Erika Wright Bio

Erika Wright, M.Ed., Practicum Counselor, Supervised by Michelle Morris, M.A.

Personal Statement:
Originally from North Carolina, I moved to Texas to pursue a doctorate degree in Counseling Psychology at Texas A&M University. I am excited to work with the diverse A&M community and help students reach their goals. In counseling, I recognize the unique values, characteristics, and experiences of each individual and emphasize understanding people holistically. I believe the therapeutic relationship is a powerful tool in the process of healing and I strive to create a safe place for each client to explore their beliefs, behaviors, and emotions.  I work with clients to identify areas of dysregulation in their lives and make plans to restore balance. I empower clients to use their strengths and address their weaknesses as they navigate their own lifelong process of growth. In my free time, I like to travel, paint, be outdoors, keep up with sports, and spend time with loved ones.

Academic Training:
Ph.D., Counseling Psychology, Texas A&M University (in-progress)
M.Ed. Educational Psychology, Texas A&M University
B.S. Psychology & Neuroscience, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Areas of Special Interest:  
Identity development; relationship issues; trauma; spirituality; life transitions

Theoretical Orientation:
I counsel from an integrative framework that emphasizes systems, interpersonal, and psychodynamic perspectives.


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