My philosophy for counseling is “Work through it, not around it.” I truly believe this statement and I live by it no matter what life throws at me.
Do you think that you could be happier? Are you ready to live better?
Why wait to feel better?
Counseling can help you implement positive changes in your life.
I’m ready to help!
I know that therapy can be life changing! I understand that beginning therapy is not necessarily an easy decision.
I believe in the efficiency and efficacy of evidence-based practices such as CBT, DBT, and REBT (so many acronyms!) but I also know that meeting you exactly where you are is my first goal.
I recognize what all of us know, that negative patterns of behavior and thinking contribute to a less than fulfilling life, and our job together is to bring you the change that makes a better life not only possible but lasts.
My passion and experience:
- Marriage & Family Therapy
- Grief and Loss
- Teens & Children
- Depression and Anxiety
- Bipolar Disorder
- Sports and Team Psychology
Feel free to contact me through email at email@example.com or go ahead and set up an appointment if you would like to set your own time and date. I would love to speak to you and answer any questions you may have or provide
Outside of Counseling:
I was born and raised in Texas, although I love seeing new places. I love anything outdoors and fitness related. I have a passion for sports and the transformative experience of being part of a team!
What is an LPC-Intern?
LPC-Interns are NOT students and have completed a 2-3 year Master’s Degree in Counseling as well as a practicum as a student to gain experience prior to graduation.
An LPC Intern is licensed by the state of Texas with a provisional license. In other states these are called LPC-Associates or LPC-They have met all educational and competency requirements to be an LPC in the state of Texas and continue post graduation to continue to accumulate supervised hours of counseling experience and training.
An LPC Intern is in the process of completing 3,000 supervised counseling hours. After completion of these hours, they are eligible for a fully licensed LPC status.
An LPC Intern is supervised. LPC Interns are required to be trained and guided by a state-approved LPC Supervisor. Once someone has obtained the status of LPC they are no longer required to have official supervision, and is able to lead their own private practice. LPC-Interns are often employed under an LPC and work with a supervisor, but rest assured LPC Interns have studied and practiced counseling specifically for years before sitting with you in a therapy session!