You’re likely familiar with the popular image of a mid-life crisis presenting itself in the form of a man in his mid-forties buying a car way out of his tax bracket and attempting to wear the latest fashion. You may be less familiar with the quarter-life crisis, affecting individuals between the ages of 18-25 who find themselves at a loss between childhood and adulthood. This stage of life doesn’t have to be a time of fear and turmoil. Insight counselors, Hailley White and Emily Kerlin, share tools for redefinition and revitalization in this free, one-hour webinar. Join us on Friday, July 30 at 1 pm – register below.
Hailley White is a counseling intern at Insight Counseling Centers, pursuing a master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at University of the Cumberlands. She has a passion for helping those who feel as if they aren’t living life to its full potential, especially if you are in between the ages of 18-35 and are experiencing a quarter-life crisis. She aims to partner with her clients with a person-centered approach, so they can not only feel seen and heard, but also empowered to navigate life successfully. She also has a desire to meet with those hurt by their religious affiliations and to restore a healthy perspective of themselves and the relationships around them.
Emily Kerlin a counseling intern at Insight Counseling Centers, pursuing a master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Colorado Christian University. She has over 5 years of working in ministry, coaching kids and youth sports, and community mental health. She uses a person-centered approach and creates partnerships with clients in helping them reach their therapeutic goals. Emily has a passion for helping people experience healing and restoration within themselves and their relationships.