Kerrie Wallace is a Licensed Professional Counselor. Kerrie has an undergraduate degree in Psychology from Lamar University. She completed her Masters Degree in Counseling, from Sam Houston State University. After completing her Masters Degree, she worked in Community Mental Health as a provider and manager. From there she worked in the private sector developing and leading teams of providers and managers in behavioral health settings, medical/surgical hospitals, as well as Private Practice. In addition to over 30 years of behavioral health and practice experience, she has significant executive level management experience in Behavioral Health and the Hospice Industry
Kerrie uses an eclectic approach in working with Adults and Geriatric clients. She is EMDR trained and practicing. Kerrie is also Gottman Level I trained to work with couples. In addition, Kerrie is trained in Addictions. Areas of focus are Adults and Geriatric clients who may be experiencing Mood Instability, Depression, Anxiety, Anger, Grief and Loss, Relationship issues, Addiction, and Trauma. She also uses Cognitive Behavioral Therapy strategies, Person Centered, and Reality Therapy approaches.
Kerrie believes we are a sum of our formative experiences which cannot be discounted or ignored. These experiences impact us, as well as those with whom we live and work, in our day-to-day activities. Kerrie also believes we hold our own answers, needing only a catalyst to explore those answers to be the best version of ourselves possible. Her role is to be that catalyst, that explores and challenges, in unlocking those answers. Kerrie’s style is supportive, dynamic, and engaging because counseling should not be feared.