Daynes is passionate about advocating for the needs of those experiencing pain and brokenness. Daynes’ approach to counseling operates out of the view that we all have inherent worth and value. Her style of therapy includes providing a supportive, empathetic, and encouraging environment where collaboration leads to helpful life changes.
Her background of 16 years of work in non-profit and church ministry gave her a firsthand experience working with underserved communities, giving her a heart for social justice and equal representation in marginalized communities.
Daynes has training and background in foundations of Child-Centered Play Therapy and Group Dynamic Therapy.
Daynes works with young people, adults, and third culture children dealing with issues of identity, self-esteem, behavioral, anxiety, loss and trauma.
Her focus in Child- Centered Play therapy is to provide children a safe place to feel heard and respected so that they can express themselves through the language of play.
Daynes has a Bachelor’s of Arts degree in Counseling Psychology from Toccoa Falls College with a concentration in Biblical Studies. Daynes is a wife and a mother to three school age children. She enjoys cooking, dancing, and hosting in her home. She values friendship and being an active participant of her community.