Allysen Efferson Counselor
Allysen Efferson is a Marriage and Family therapist intern and holds a temporary license in Marriage and Family Therapy from the state of Tennessee. She is also a licensed Speech Pathologist in the state of Tennessee, and California. Her primary counseling focus is women and family issues which include physical and sexual abuse, addiction, trauma, anxiety, depression, boundaries in relationship, parenting, divorce, grief, unplanned pregnancy, post-abortive support, and premarital and couples counseling. She believes in using a faith-based therapeutic approach that integrates sound psychology with biblical doctrine to meet the needs of clients in a way that promotes healing, intimacy, and growth in their relationship with Christ.
Mrs. Efferson graduated from California Baptist University with a Masters of Science in Counseling Psychology in 2017. She did her clinical practicum internship at Concord Baptist Church, and Bradford Mental Health center working with addictions. She has been on staff at Concord as a counselor since the beginning of 2018. Mrs. Efferson also has Masters of Science in Speech Pathology from Mississippi University for Women in 2001 and works as a speech pathologist providing teletherapy support for international clients.