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Laura has a master’s degree in professional counseling and has been practicing since 2019. She currently works with youth and adults ages 12 and up. She offers therapy for anxiety, depression, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, phobias, trauma and a myriad of other mental health issues. Laura also has extensive knowledge regarding the treatment of addiction and substance abuse disorders with co-occurring psychiatric disorders.
Laura is a Certified Clinical Trauma Professional that aims to provide increased trauma focused care to her clients. She is passionate about counseling and takes pride in her work, education, supervision, training, and experience in the mental health profession. Her chosen modality of therapy is Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Solution-Focused Therapy, and EMDR. She enjoys offering counseling to individuals of all ages, lifestyles, and backgrounds.
Laura’s approach to therapy is to build a strong working alliance with clients and form a lasting bond where clients feel comfortable exploring areas of their lives in which they would like to make some changes. She is a person-centered counselor that seeks to assist clients in their personal journey towards increased happiness and well-being. She believes that when there is a strong collaboration between counselor and client, anything is possible.
Laura is currently available for virtual sessions by appointment and accepts Aetna, Team Choice, Tricare West, Baylor Scott & White, FirstCare, and United Healthcare insurance. She also accepts private pay.
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