Sally Lineback Bio

Sally Lineback, M.A.
Psychology Intern, Supervised by Iris Carrillo, Ph.D.
 
Personal Statement:
I am excited about the privilege of working with both college and graduate students at Texas A&M. This time of life can be a wonderful period of growth and can also present many challenges. I view therapy as a safe place in which I can help clients explore thoughts, feelings, identities, cultures, and family background. During therapy, I let clients drive what we would like to work on together. A strong, collaborative therapeutic relationship is important in helping my clients make the changes they would like to see. I feel honored to be on this journey of self-discovery with my clients. Outside of work, I enjoy spending time with my wife and our two dogs, running, hiking and spending time outdoors, and exploring new places to eat!
 
Academic Training:
B.A. History, Rhodes College
M.A. Educational Psychology, The University of Texas at Austin
Ph.D. (in progress) Counseling Psychology, The University of Texas at Austin
 
Internship:
Texas A&M University Student Counseling Service
 
Areas of Special Interest:
Sexual orientation, gender identity, and gender expression; first-generation students; social justice and diversity; career counseling
 
Theoretical Orientation:
My primary approach in conceptualizing and working with clients is person-centered and interpersonal. I also maintain a curiosity about clients’ cultural background and an awareness of how systems of oppression factor into clients’ reasons for entering therapy. 

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