Holly is a counseling student at Lamar University. Holly is pursuing her degree in Clinical Mental Health. She is currently practicing under the supervision of Kimberly L. Boyd, M.S., LPC-S. Holly is a member of the American Counseling Association.
Holly believes that counseling is an avenue for her to serve others and walk alongside them through life’s journeys. She uses multiple approaches, based on the client’s needs. Including Cognitive behavioral therapy, Person-Centered therapy, and Gestalt therapy. Many times, clients come to therapy because they feel ‘stuck’ about something- maybe they don’t even know what. Holly’s goal is to help clients identify ‘stuck’ areas of their life and equip them to become ‘un-stuck’ and experience renewed freedom. If a client has faith-based needs, Holly can also offer a Christian outlook.
Holly views counseling as a true partnership between client and counselor and desires to work with clients through anxiety, depression, stress, life decisions, and relationship stressors (family, friendship, significant other). Holly is honored to walk through each individual journey without judgment believing that each person has the right to be healthy, happy, and whole.