RENÈE HENDRIX, MA, Ph. M., LPCC
Treatment specialties and clinical interests: I enjoy working with individuals of all ages experiencing challenges with mood, depression, and anxiety. I am particularly interested in working with individuals struggling with anxiety, micro-traumas, aging, grief and loss, and depression. I love various forms of art. I also have a strong love of learning whether it is about a rare disability or a therapeutic technique. I always seek to align my research and education with the population that I am counseling, so I can adapt my clinical techniques to fit the current population I support.
Clinical Approaches: I typically use the person-centered approach. I have also used CBT, mindfulness, art, and play therapy techniques. I have training in Sand Tray, Nutritional and Integrated Therapies and tapping techniques. I have worked extensively with young people and disabled children and adults. CBT, Mindfulness, Trauma-Informed, Christian-centered therapy, LGBTQIA+ Affirming, Telehealth, DBT
Issues Treated: Anger Management, Anxiety, Career Stress, Depression, Life transitions, LGBTQ+ Affirming / sexual identity, Moms and caregivers, Mood disorders, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, Panic & Phobias, Self-Esteem / empowerment, Stress Management, Trauma
Master of Philosophy, Psychology 2019. Walden University – Minneapolis, MN
Master of Arts Degree, Community Counseling 2006. Eastern New Mexico University – Portales, NM
Bachelor of Science Degree, Psychology 2000. Eastern New Mexico University – Portales, NM