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Mallory Rykhoek

Practicum Student

Supervised By
Dr. Carrie Davidson, Licensed Psychologist, LMSW
Credentials
  • Practicum Student
Practice Locations
  • Central Office
Life Stages
  • Adolescents, 13-17 years
  • College, Young Adults
  • Adults
  • Seniors, 65+ years
Areas of Focus
  • Boundaries
  • Grief and loss
  • Guilt and shame
  • Identity and self-image
  • Life changes/transitions
  • Women's issues, young women
Education
  • Currently studying for Masters in Counseling, Dallas Theological Seminary
  • Bachelors in Communications Disorders, Truman State University, Missouri

Philosophy

Having a safe place to acknowledge and process how we feel seems to be a powerful tool for health and wellness. We are all impacted by brokenness and our experiences shape the way that we handle life and relationships. I hope to be someone who can come alongside and partner with you for a piece of your journey. It is important to me that those I am working with are reminded that they matter and have dignity. Using therapeutic techniques, I hope to empower you toward your personal growth and wellness goals.

After obtaining her bachelors degree, Mallory gained experience working with adolescents and families during her work in youth ministry. She also worked closely with college age to young professional and adult leaders. She was the Women's Director for KLIFE Ministries before she transitioned to the Student Coordinator for Faithbridge Church in Jacksonville, Florida. An influential mission trip stirred Mallory's passion for survivors of trauma and led her to begin pursuing counseling as a profession. Mallory moved to Dallas two years ago and is currently a student at Dallas Theological Seminary pursuing her Masters in Counseling.

Mallory enjoys coffee and conversation with friends. She loves singing and listening to music. Currently a student, she spends a lot of time studying with books on theology or psychology.

Additional areas of focus:
Boundaries
Faith and spirituality
Grief and loss
Guilt and shame
Identity and self-image
Life changes/transitions
Relationship issues
Stress management
Trauma
Women's issues, young women

In addition to our Central Office, Mallory sees clients at community partner locations as part of our PACT program. For more information about our PACT Program and community partners, please click HERE.