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In 1997, when Nancy graduated from the University of Cincinnati with a Master's degree in Social Work, her story took an unexpected turn that led she and her husband, Chris, to Las Vegas, Nevada. Within a few short months, Nancy began building a career in the challenging field of child welfare. Over the next fifteen years, she had the privilege of stepping into the stories of hundreds of children and the families surrounding them, helping them to make sense of their own lives. She officially did so by utilizing her clinical social work license, but the most important "interventions" learned along the way included simply showing up, being present, and being available. Today, even as her career and life direction continues to evolve, that simple truth remains. Therefore, whether in her private practice at Life Spring Counseling Center or out meeting hospice patients; whether with her house church and community, or with her own family—Nancy's sole desire is show up, be present and be available.