Megan Culpepper Bio

Professional Counselor I

Personal Statement:
I am excited for the opportunity to work with the students of Texas A&M University. I believe college can be both rewarding and challenging at times, and counseling is a safe space to explore this stage of life. My approach to counseling is to meet clients where they are at, provide an environment to be open about thoughts and feelings, and to highlight clients’ unique strengths and abilities to cope. My hope is to collaborate with clients that face challenges in all areas of their life, including relationships, academics and career choices. Outside of work, I enjoy spending quality time with my husband and sons. I also enjoy playing volleyball, cooking, and traveling.

Academic Training:
M.A. Community Counseling, Texas State University B.A. Psychology, East Texas Baptist University

Licensure/Certification:
Licensed Professional Counselor, No. 69895

Areas of Special Interest:
Identity development, family and relationship issues, group counseling, career counseling, spirituality and women’s issues.

Theoretical Orientation:
Integrative approach incorporating person-centered, interpersonal process and cognitive-behavioral interventions.


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