Kerri Pearson


About Kerri

Kerri Pearson is a Licensed Professional Counselor, as well as an LPC Supervisor. She began her practice in the Dallas area in 2004. Since moving back home to Belton in 2012, Kerri has worked in private practice, been an Adjunct Professor of Psychology at the University of Mary Hardin Baylor, and performed Adoption Home Studies for the local district courts. Kerri will also competed her Doctorate in Educational Leadership in May of 2018 from UMHB.

Kerri is also an accomplished presenter, speaking for local churches, schools, local organizations, businesses and trainings for other professionals. Her presentations include humor, education, experiential exercises as well as sharing about her own “growth opportunities”. She also holds the license of supervisor and enjoys working with new clinicians as they pursue their professional development.

Kerri has a passion for helping people heal themselves and their relationships, especially their marriages. She has an extensive history working with infidelity recovery and betrayal. Kerri has attended the Gottman Institute in Seattle, WA in order to expand her knowledge in helping couples who are seeking to recover from betrayal in their marriage. Since being in private practice, Kerri has worked with adolescents, families, marriages and individuals addressing a variety of struggles. She specializes in anxiety, family and marriage dynamics and addiction, with an emphasis on eating disorders, substance abuse and the family component of the disease. Kerri also works with victims of PTSD and other trauma based behaviors by utilizing EMDR therapy. Kerri has also attended the Enneagram Institute and enjoys using this tool to help her clients learn about themselves and their relationships.

Kerri’s leadership experience gives her a unique passion for those that feel the need to be the strong one, and she hopes to provide a space where clients can work through their own struggles and be their authentic selves. Kerri believes that healing happens in the context of safe relationships and it is her desire to walk alongside clients in a shame free environment on their journey to greater self-awareness and freedom. She believes that life change takes place in the context of connection and vulnerability.

Kerri believes the right therapeutic relationship can facilitate growth, healing, and freedom from the past. When not counseling you can find Kerri reading books, spending time with friends, or enjoying the outdoors with her husband, and three daughters.

Kerri accepts BCBS, SWHP, Megellan and TriCare Insurance.

Kerri believes the right therapeutic relationship can facilitate growth, healing, and freedom from the past.