Scott Inman, M.A.

  • Marriage and Family Therapist

  • Licensed Minister of Pastoral Counseling

  • Certified Temperament Counselor

  • Executive Director, My Life Counsel

  • Founder, My Life Counsel


     Scott Inman holds a Master of Arts degree in Marriage and Family Therapy from Liberty University. He is a licensed minister of pastoral counseling with the National Conservative Christian Church and is certified through the National Christian Counselors Association. Scott is a Presidential member in good standing of the American Association of Christian Counselors.​​

     Four years prior to January 2018, Scott served as the primary marriage Christian counselor for a local counseling nonprofit. Scott's God given desire to see families renewed and made whole led him to institute a Christian counseling service called "My Life Counsel."​

     Scott has led as Executive Director of a Christian community outreach program for adolescents and their families for ten years. God used that experience to produce his passion to see enriched godly relationships for families. From there, he transitioned to a family counseling position at a large organization. Utilizing many learned therapeutic techniques, he counseled parents, children, and teens that were in need of crisis management. 

      My Life Counsel allows Scott to follow God’s call by serving our community’s families who are in crisis and those who desire an increase in their individual godly potential.

Elizabeth Parker, M.A.

  • Master of Arts in Counseling

  • Pastoral Counselor

  • Licensed Pastor

       Elizabeth Parker holds a Master of Arts in Counseling from Asbury Theological Seminary and a Bachelor of Arts in Interpersonal Communications from Kent State University. She is an ordained pastor through City Light Church. 


      Elizabeth has been counseling individuals and families for seven years. She began her career working as a family counselor at the Arnette House, Inc. where she practiced individual, family and group counseling. She went on to serve as Executive Pastor and Pastoral Counselor at City Light Church. In this setting, she began integrating faith into her therapy and diving deeper into inner healing. She is trained in Sozo, an inner​​​​​​​ healing ministry of Bethel Church, aimed at targeting deep roots that hinder complete freedom in Christ. 


       Elizabeth believes that childhood wounds and trauma can hinder one from experiencing deep intimacy in relationships. These wounds can also keep a person from experiencing their fullest potential. She is deeply committed to promoting inner healing through intimate encounters with the love and power of Christ. 

Beau Williams, B.A.

  •  Family Life Coach, Pastoral

  • Certified Practitioner Trust-based Relational Intervention (TBRI) 

  • Certified Temperament Counselor

  • Licensed Pastor Counselor

      Beau has a Bachelor of Ministry degree with  Bible Concentration, a 3 year Bible certificate, and is currently working on his Masters degree in Temperment Therapy.

      He has over 15 years experience in full time ministry as a youth pastor, children's ministry director, and young adult director. Currently, he works as a success mentor helping young adults learn work and life skills to help better themselves and be productive in their families and community.

      Beau's desire is to follow God's leading in his life by helping families who are in need of direction by using Bible principles and temperment to reach their goals as a family and to grow in their walk and closeness to Him. 

Idalia Barlow, MSW

  • Registered Clinical Social Work Intern

  • Pastoral Counselor


Idalia Barlow holds a master’s degree in Clinical Social Work from Saint Leo University and a bachelor’s degree in Human Services from Saint Leo University. She is a Registered Clinical Social Work Intern in Florida. 


During her 2018 internship at a psychiatric hospital, Idalia recognized how easily individuals can find themselves in a mental health crisis. Upon graduating, she began her career continuing to work in the acute care unit for individuals struggling with suicide attempts and ideations, depression, anxiety, and substance abuse. In addition to her crisis care experience, she has also worked in the hospital’s residential program serving military active duty personnel and veterans. 


Idalia believes that incorporating Biblical truths into therapy leads to mental and emotional wellness. She desires to follow God’s wisdom and direction to be a link for others to find wholeness in Christ’s love. 


Joy Zedler, M.A.

  • Family Therapist, Pastoral 

  • Trust Based Relational Intervention (TBRI)

  • Master of Arts, Human Relations

       Joy holds a Master’s degree in Human Relations from the University of Oklahoma and is currently pursuing a Masters in Marriage and Family Therapy from Northcentral University. She is the founder and executive director of The Pearl Project, an organization that provides trauma- informed education and support to families. Joy is a Trust-Based Relational Intervention (TBRI) Practitioner and a Stephen Minister. She is a facilitator of Circle of Security Parenting, Making Sense of Your Worth and Parenting for Positive Self-Worth.


       Joy helps caregivers recognize how their attachment history and the lies they have believed about themselves influence their parenting and she helps them work through these things so they can break generational cycles and find healing. When working with children, she believes in the power of play to disarm fear responses and to help them heal and grow.

       Nothing has shown her the love and grace of God like her journey as a foster/adoptive/biological mother and she is passionate about helping others see their value, not based on performance, but as a child of God. She lives in Ocala with her husband, Stephen, and their five children.


Anna Davis, B.A.

  • Mental Health Counselor, Pastoral 

  • Licensed Pastor

  • Master of Arts, 2021

       Anna holds a Bachelor of Science in Sociology from Methodist University and is completing her Master of Arts in Mental Health Counseling this year. She is also working towards an Associates in Bible Studies from Charis Bible College. She focuses on cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) and has experience working with children, families, individuals and couples.


        Anna has volunteered for several local nonprofits in Ocala that work with children and families that come from hard places. That’s when she realized she wanted to become a professional counselor. She feels a strong call on her life to minister to others and to share the love of God.

       She was born and raised in a small town in North Carolina, but moved to Florida in 2009 where she met and married her husband, Josh Davis. Josh and Anna have two wonderful children and now live in Ocala.