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Aimee Culp, MA, LPC-Intern

Aimee Culp believes that each individual has innate value and a drive to grow. Through patient listening and empowerment, Aimee understands that her role as a counselor is to encourage that growth which allows each individual to move from surviving to thriving. She creates a space for authenticity and self-awareness to empower her clients to look at themselves in their context and face their difficult realities with a sense of freedom and hope.

Aimee’s preferred counseling approaches are Strength-Based CBT (Cognitive Behavioral Therapy), Motivational Interviewing, DBT (Dialectical Behavioral Therapy) and Existential Therapy. She specializes in assisting those with anxiety, depression, grief, PTSD, loss of identity, relational conflict, and life transitions. Aimee has specific expertise in the topics of relational health, domestic violence, substance abuse, and communication skills training. She lead resiliency programs for adolescents facing a variety of emotional and cognitive challenges, as well as lead parenting classes that focused on child development and communication.

Aimee is able to integrate a Christian counseling approach if requested.

Aimee achieved her Masters of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Denver Seminary after completing her Bachelor of Arts degree in Counseling Psychology. While in Colorado she worked for a court-mandated counseling center as a graduate-level intern and a Colorado Registered Psychotherapist. She is currently licensed by the state of Texas as a Licensed Professional Counselor Intern, and is under the direct supervision of Kimberly Boyd, MA, LPC-S. She is a Level 1 Facilitator certified in a child and adolescent resiliency program called “Why Try”. Aimee is a good-standing member of the American Counselors Association.

Therapy is an investment in oneself and the people one encounters. Aimee looks forward to making that investment with you.