About Lauren Lloyd, Graduate Intern

Make time for a conversation about your therapy goals today!

Evening, weekend, and virtual appointments available.

Graduate Intern supervised by Heather Murphy, LPC-S

Contact me: lauren@thefeelingshealers.com (832) 308-0544

Explore possibilities through a different perspective and forget about society’s expectations so you can focus on what is.

Have you been feeling stressed and anxious about the relationships in your life? Are you struggling to find balance between your career, family, and social life? Do you keep replaying the past in your mind and constantly feel anxious about the future? If you answered yes to any of these questions, don’t worry, you are not alone. Together we can explore and develop tools that will help guide you during moments of tribulation. It is common to experience overwhelming emotions throughout the course of our lives, but sometimes these emotions can feel too heavy and all consuming. The fact that you made it here is a great first step.

What I Do:

Who knows you better than you do? Nobody, because you are the expert in your life.  As your therapist, I would take on an Eclectic Therapy approach, as I consider every person to be unique and therefore your treatment would be designed and tailored to your specific needs. Together we would create a plan for you to reach your goals so that you can live your life without fear of anxiety, depression, and other turmoil that comes your way.  

I offer both in person and virtual counseling sessions. Schedule a free 15 min New Client Consultation with me today. We can do this over the phone or virtually and will discuss the goals you are seeking to achieve and different therapeutic approaches I use. I look forward to getting to know you and working with you to take the next step on your healing journey.

“Person-centered therapy is an optimistic, humanistic, and phenomenological approach to therapy. Person-centered theory posits that individuals have within themselves a capacity for dramatic and positive growth.”

Rita Sommers-Flanagan and John Sommers-Flanagan

Mental health is just as important as your physical health and involves unbiased and specialized care. There is a misunderstanding about therapy requiring you to have experienced a cataclysmic event, but that is simply not true. Some people choose to seek therapy to help with navigating through a transitional or adjustment period, marital, career, and academic concerns, or psychoeducation and skill building opportunities. My goal is to create an inviting and nonjudgmental atmosphere where my clients can feel comfortable enough to be open and vulnerable with me and themselves.

Education & Training:

I completed my undergraduate degree from the University of Houston- Victoria, where I received a Bachelor of Science in Psychology with a minor in Criminal Justice. I have over eight years of experience being a first responder as a police dispatcher in Harris County.  This experience satiated my desire to contribute to my community while helping others. After receiving my undergraduate degree, I realized that this career path had its limitations to the ways in which I could use my abilities to help others. Thus, I began my graduate career at the University of Houston-Victoria and will be completing a Counseling psychology master’s degree in August of 2024.

I look forward to using the knowledge I have gained over my educational career and my experience as a police dispatcher to help individuals become the best versions of themselves. I’m excited to build professional therapeutic relationships with members of the community that come from all different walks of life and would love to break the stigma around mental health with first responders. 

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