Miranda Nadeau Bio

Miranda M. Nadeau, M.A.
Psychology Intern, Supervised by Robert Carter, Ph.D., ABPP

Personal Statement:
I am so grateful for the honor of working with Texas A&M students as a doctoral intern with the Student Counseling Service. College and graduate school present many challenges, and I enjoy helping students to more effectively cope with these struggles and to discover what makes them thrive. I use a compassionate, collaborative approach to treating difficulties like depression, anxiety, trauma, life transitions, and relationship issues. I view therapy as collaborative and dynamic, and I enjoy working with individuals, couples, and groups to gain increased mastery and meaning in their lives. Whatever brings you in to the Student Counseling Service, I will work to provide you with a space that respects and honors your perspectives, struggles, and unique strengths. When I’m not at the SCS, I love to read (especially nonfiction), travel to new places, bake sweet treats, and play board games.

Academic Training:
Ph.D., Counseling Psychology, The University of Texas at Austin, expected 2019
M.A., Educational Psychology, The University of Texas at Austin
B.A., Psychology, Rice University

Student Counseling Service, Texas A&M University

Areas of Special Interest:
Couples therapy, sexual orientation and gender identity and expression, identity development and self-discovery, developmental trauma and family of origin concerns

Theoretical Orientation:
Integration of relational and humanistic theories with mindfulness and strengths-based approaches, within a social justice and multicultural framework.

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