Warren Wright Bio

Warren B. Wright, MEd, LPC-Intern, NCC
Professional Counselor I, Supervised by Kristie De La Garza, M.S., LPC-S

Personal Statement:
Warren WrightIt is an honor to be here at Texas A&M University and to start my career as a college counselor in the SCS! My interest in counseling the collegiate population started as I navigated through my personal college experience by engaging in self-reflection, exploration, and life transitions. College is a difficult place to navigate, yet with the proper resources and support, anyone can achieve the impossible. As a counselor, I believe that every student has the potential within themselves to overcome any obstacle, barrier, or issue in life if only they explore that untapped potential. I will serve the student population here at TAMU to the best of my abilities while promoting authenticity, worthiness (“You are enough”), and overall wellness. In my down time, I enjoy reading, writing, and watching Big Brother.

Academic Training:
M.Ed. Clinical Mental Health Counseling, Georgia Southern University
B.S. Psychology, minor in Public Health, Georgia Southern University

Internship:
Counseling and Student Support Services, Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD)

Certification:
National Certified Counselor

Areas of Special Interest:
Anxiety, depression, diversity and inclusion, identity formation, and emotional wellness.

Theoretical Orientation:
Social constructionist approach utilizing interventions and skills from solution-focused, narrative, emotion-focused, and strength-based therapies.


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