Erika Epps Bio
As a new psychologist at Texas A&M University (Go AGGIES), I am truly honored and humbled to have this opportunity to walk alongside our college students in these formidable years of self, interpersonal, and relational development. This journey will incorporate several years of academic and personal study, which may initiate the desire for internal reflection and self-dialogue.
My ideology of therapy is that therapy provides an individual with a safe and judgmental free opportunity to truly reflect upon their inner processes without fear, guilt, and shame; it is a place for growth, transformation, and self-empowerment.
As a personal note, in my free time, I am a die-hard Philadelphia Eagles and Houston Rockets sports fan. I enjoy watching and attending professional sporting events. Additionally, I love spending time with my daughter doing various kinds of activities like shopping, watching movies, amusement parks, arcades, and driving road trips.
Psy. D. Clinical Psychology
MA, Clinical Psychology
American School of Professional Psychology, Argosy University, San Francisco Bay Area Campus
MA, Family Ministry
MA, Theological Studies
Winebrenner Theological Seminary
BA, Liberal Arts
John F. Kennedy University
Postdoctoral, Santa Maria Hostel, Inc.
Predoctoral, Harris County Children’s Assessment Center
Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselor, No. 13810
Areas of Special Interest:
Substance abuse issues and sobriety, young adult transitional challenges, childhood sexual abuse, trauma and recovery, psychological evaluations, outreach and consultation, and faith and spirituality.
Time-Limited Dynamic Psychology with an integration of Psychodynamic therapy conceptualization utilizing cognitive behavioral interventions to foster self-awareness, empowerment, and self and interpersonal strengths and positive change.