Raina D. White is a Liberty University Counselor in Training through the Department of Counselor Education and Family Studies. She is currently completing her internship through Here-4-You Counseling under the supervision of Dr. Jeffrey J. Rodman.
Feeling hopeless, lonely, fearful, or misunderstood? Desiring purpose, better relationships, and having control over thoughts? These are common concerns as well as many more. Some people have experienced traumatic events they do not necessarily label as traumatic, but never had the opportunity to fully cope either, leading to additional grief, confusion and feelings of loss. People desire to love and be loved but often have a hard time interacting socially and with confidence. People desire to enjoy the little things in life but often never feel satisfied with what they have. This can be the result of unresolved issues.
My goal as a counselor is to help people achieve mental wellness, a sense of peace, and a better understanding of how they can be the best version of themselves. I strive to work with peoples' views of themselves and how they relate to others around them to enhance communication skills, relationships with others, and overall self-esteem.
If you are having a difficult time knowing what steps to take next in life, are constantly feeling sad or depressed, or have a hard time dealing with other people, now might be the time to treat yourself with a counselor who loves to listen and help you process through your concerns. Please contact me for a free consult or details of C.L.A.Y. growth group.
Raina D. White has a BS in Psychology and an MA in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Liberty University (anticipated graduation December, 2022) and an Undergraduate Certificate in Military Resilience.
Raina is also a a facilitator for Saving Your Marriage Before It Starts (SYMBIS), a comprehensive pre-marital and marriage program designed specifically for today’s couples.
C.L.A.Y. (Closer Look At You) Growth Group
A faith-based group focused on mental wellness. Ideal for those who are struggling with their faith, having a valley moment, or burned out from ministry. Great for anyone working through difficult times who wants to use God's Word to help them cope with the challenges of life. Narrative therapy is used in this group while integrating biblical concepts such as shalom, lament, confidence, and identity.