Candice Cochegrus

Candice Cochegrus

Candice Cochegrus grew up moving around as her father served in the Navy. In Virginia after the first year of her undergrad she enlisted in the US Army as a paralegal in 2005. She spent 17 years helping Soldiers and their families navigate through difficult situations, to include: legal crises, financial hardships, marriage troubles, addictions, criminal offenses, potential suicide, trauma, abuse, and other sensitive matters. Candice completed her undergraduate at Utah State University in 2010 and in 2020 she began working toward becoming a therapist as well as a commissioned chaplain in the military. She is currently completing her dual Master’s Degree of Divinity in Professional Counseling at Amridge University.

Candice has been married to her best friend since 2008. Together she and her husband have five children, to include a child with severe special needs. She has a passion for helping others recognize that even in the midst of great challenges and struggles it is possible to find joy, hope, and peace. You deserve to Live Well!

Professional Highlights:

Prepare Enrich (premarital and marriage) Certified Facilitator

Certified in ASIST Suicide Prevention Training

Master Resiliency Training Assistance Certified

Trained in Motivational Interviewing

Trained in Pastoral Counseling

Trained in Crisis Counseling for wounded and dying combat veterans




Anger Issues

Postpartum Depression

Postpartum Anxiety


Special Needs Children

Play Therapy

Marriage Counseling



Grief and Loss

Crisis of Faith or Religious Trauma

Military Deployment Stressors


Moral Injury Repair/Renewal

Traumatic Brain Injury