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

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

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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