Caroline Carey Zuniga

Executive Director, Counselor, Speaker

 
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Caroline’s greatest joy is seeing people living the fulfilling life for which they were created.  She works with women and teenage girls who are seeking empowerment and healing.  She believes that change (of any kind) starts with intention.  Discipleship counseling aligns that intention with the life-changing truth of the Gospel, providing an optimal opportunity for spiritual growth and emotional wellbeing. 

Prior to becoming a Discipleship Counselor, Caroline spent several years studying relationships and mental health.  She graduated from Fuller Theological Seminary in Pasadena, California, with a Masters in Marriage and Family Therapy in 2012.  Desiring to make Faith more central to the counseling process, she chose to forgo licensure as a Marriage and Family Therapist (MFT) and pursue becoming a Discipleship Counselor.

Accordingly, she has received discipleship training from Freedom in Christ Ministries (Knoxville, TN) and Grace Ministries International (Marietta, GA).  Caroline is commissioned as a Minister by Network 220 (www.network220.org) – a network of ministers that counsel with the explicit goal of helping people live an abundant life in Christ. 

Caroline is a partner of the Shut Up Ministry (www.sayshutup.com).  She speaks to teens, young adults, and women on overcoming negative thoughts and debilitating symptoms through Christ. 

Caroline attended Pepperdine University where she met her husband, Jacob.  They reside in East Cobb with their daughter.  

The hope of the Gospel is that everyone has an equal opportunity for abundance and freedom in Christ.  If you are ready to make a commitment toward your spiritual growth, healing, and change, then she would be honored to join you in that process.