Camille Belle Bio

Camille Belle, M.Ed.

Practicum Intern, Supervised by Santana Simple, M.S.

Personal Statement:

Camille BelleI have been at Texas A&M since 2010 as both an undergraduate student and member of the Corps of Cadets, as well as a graduate student. My journey at Texas A&M and the various roles that I have taken on have allowed me to develop a deep appreciation for the various experiences of students who attend this university. Since high school I have had a heart to work with teenagers and young adults and the wide range of challenges they face as they begin to form their own identities. I believe in the value of self-acceptance and it is my goal to help clients wherever they are on that path.

Academic Training:

Ph.D., Counseling Psychology, Texas A&M University (in-progress)

M.Ed., Educational Psychology, Texas A&M University

B.A., Psychology (Sociology minor), Texas A&M University

Areas of Special Interest:

Minority populations, anxiety, depression, self-esteem, and adjustment concerns

Theoretical Orientation:

I use an integrative approach to counseling which uses a multicultural lens and incorporates aspects of person-centered therapy and existential-humanistic therapy.

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