Abbie Satterfield Bio

Professional Counselor II

Personal Statement:
As a former student, I am so proud to be back at Texas A&M. I have over twenty years of experience as a Licensed Professional Counselor, and I am passionate about working with my clients to help them achieve their counseling goals. My approach to counseling is down to earth, collaborative and solution oriented. I used whatever approaches would be most helpful for each individual, whether that is teaching skills, improving communication, deepening self-awareness, fostering a positive sense of self and others, and helping students feel empowered in their ability to meet life’s challenges. Currently, I am working in the College of Veterinary Medicine, serving DVM students, residents, and interns. I truly enjoy working with this gifted group of students and healers. When not at work, I enjoy spending time with my family and pets, cooking, watching bad reality tv, laughing, and generally enjoying life.

Academic Training:
Doctoral Level Study in Counseling Psychology, Texas A&M university , 1999-2001
M.Ed. Counselor Education, University of North Texas, 1995
B.A. English, Texas A&M University, 1988

Licensure:
Licensed Professional Counselor
Texas State Board of Examiners of Professional Counselors, Lic. No. 14515

Areas of Special Interest:
Relationships, anger management, trauma recovery, self-acceptance and identity development, spiritual issues

Theoretical Orientation:
Integrated approach informed by cognitive psychology, humanistic/existential, attachment theory, lifespan integration, and mindfulness


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