Moriah completed her undergraduate degree in psychology at Lee University before attending Richmont Graduate University where she earned her masters degree in Clinical Mental Health with a certificate in Marriage and Family Therapy. She and her husband moved to Rome in the summer of 2018 to serve as youth pastors in the local area.
Moriah is passionate about walking alongside others in their pain with the goal of restoration and healing. Moriah views every client holistically, meaning that a person is made up of an integration of the mind, body, and spirit. As a counselor, Moriah pays attention to the family dynamics, physical well-being, social, cultural, economic factors and spirituality of those she sees. Moriah has experience counseling children, adolescents, couples, families, women of various ages with concerns such as: anxiety, depression, divorce, grief, emotional disorders and adjustment issues. Moriah has experience with clients in collegiate mental health settings working with additional issues such as vocational concerns and crisis management.
Moriah and her husband, JV, have been married since 2018. During her free time, Moriah enjoys hiking with her husband and their dog Lucy, photography, hanging out with their youth and college group, and visiting North Carolina to spend time with family.