Supervised by Savannah Burke, M.Ed., LPC
Karlee Kleibrink is a graduate of Texas Tech University where she obtained her B.S. in Human Development & Family Studies with a minor in Psychology. She is currently completing her Master of Education in Marriage, Family & Couples Counseling at Lamar University. After completion of her master’s program, her goal is to become a Licensed Marriage Family Therapist. She is currently under the supervision of Savannah Burke, M.Ed., LPC.
Karlee’s passion is to help others and guide them through navigating life’s hurdles. She believes that each client needs individualized treatment to reach their goals and obtain internal peace with their specific struggles. As part of her mission, she strives to form an honest and safe relationship with her clients and a collaborative approach working with the client through their healing process. Karlee’s counseling pursuits are working with all people from childhood to adulthood whether they present trauma, crisis intervention, depression, anxiety, couples therapy, grief, PTSD, or developing coping skills. Karlee is determined to take the approach that will benefit the client’s situation most which can include, but is not limited to, Cognitive Behavior Therapy, Cognitive Processing Therapy, Family Systems, Solution Focused Therapy, and implementing Faith Based strategies when appropriate. She knows that continuously educating herself on different approaches and research in the field can better equip her to work with her clients and it is part of her mission to commit to this action.
Karlee understands that change can be daunting, and she also knows it takes courage to seek help to better oneself. She is ready to aid others in that journey to make necessary changes to obtain the emotional well-being they strive for, improve mental health, and allow them to discover useful strategies and tools to carry out far beyond their therapeutic experience.