Bo Godbold, Student Intern
Clinical Mental Health Counseling
Healing and finding purpose in healing, best describes what brought me to the counseling profession. As a student of psychology and philosophy at Clemson University, I lost the practicality of my studies. After graduating, I followed the expected social and cultural roles. This expected path resulted in a successful career in sales and pushed the human sciences further from my life and mind. Many years later, significant life changes occurred due to repressed pain and trauma. Experiencing and benefiting from counseling through the most trying times in my life pointed me towards God’s purpose for me. My life experiences both good and bad, and the unconditional love, acceptance, and forgiveness I have received fosters an understanding into the pain of others in their time of need, creating an environment of acceptance. It is my privilege to serve others with the training, education and life lessons I have received.
Master of Arts Mental Health Counseling, anticipated 2017
Webster University, Myrtle Beach, SC
Bachelor of Arts Psychology, 1994
Clemson University, Clemson, SC
Luke 23:34 "Jesus said, "Father, forgive them, for they do not know what they are doing."