Bryce Blackford, Clinical Counseling Intern

Bryce is a graduate student at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary (SEBTS) pursuing a master’s degree in Christian Marital, Family, and Individual Counseling. He anticipates graduating in December 2024.

Bryce has a desire to work with married couples, families, adults, teens, and young adolescents as they navigate the complexities of life. This includes assisting those in dealing with marital dysfunction and dissatisfaction, family issues, life transitions, anxiety, depression, and gender identity issues.

With the Bible as the foundation for truth, Bryce employs different techniques and approaches to assist clients toward emotional health, relational stability, and behavioral growth. Knowledgeable in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Narrative Therapy, and Gottman’s model, Bryce will tailor his techniques and skills to each client’s needs. He believes that, above all else, a caring and supportive therapeutic relationship can pave the way toward healing and future success.

In his free time, Bryce enjoys spending time with his family, watching soccer and hockey, cooking, listening to music, and a good bowl of ice cream.