Regan Wilds is originally from the plains of Oklahoma and loves being there with her family as often as possible. She is also quite at home in the beautiful mountains of North Carolina. After completing graduate school in Philadelphia, PA in 2003, Regan ventured to Asheville where she met her husband, found her local and church community, and got to know her amazing neighbors and friends.
“When I am not working a task or in a fireside chat with a friend, I love hiking, running, reading, adventure, and camping. I feel most at rest when I am surrounded by the quiet of the outdoors, and inspired when I see folks of all walks of life meet the challenges and adversities of everyday life with courage, even in the face of fear and doubt.
I am regularly encouraged by what I learn from family, friends, my faith, and my professional life. I am challenged and compelled by the way Jesus taught to selflessly respect and love all people– especially those on the edges of their own lives, and/or on the margins of society. I want to continue learning how to set that kind of commitment, love, and respect into motion in the details of my life and work.”
Regan has been providing counseling for over a decade, and counts it a privilege to experience the challenges and progress of the people who walk with her through the therapeutic relationship and process.
REGAN WILDS, LPC, NCC
• M.S. Community Counseling, Western Carolina University
• MDiv, Westminster Theological Seminary
• B.S., Family Relations and Child Development, Oklahoma State University