My approach to therapy combines existentialism and person-centered therapy. I fully believe in meeting the client where they are and walking alongside the client as we explore, face and overcome the struggles, challenges and roadblocks they face in their life.

Avery Wageman
Intern, Supervised by Tina Yang, Ph.D., Licensed Psychologist

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College Major
Psychology
Year Graduated
2017

A Conversation with Avery

What is your approach to therapy?

My approach to therapy combines existentialism and person-centered therapy. I fully believe in meeting the client where they are and walking alongside the client as we explore and overcome the struggles, challenges and roadblocks they face in their life. Each client is unique in the challenges that they possess but every client is capable of the self-growth and change that is needed to live life to the fullest.

What do you love most about A&M-Commerce?

I love how welcoming and friendly everyone is. There is a deep sense of peace in knowing you can turn to anyone for help.

Educational Background

  • B.S., Psychology, Texas A&M University-Commerce, 2017

Clinical Interests

  • Identity formation
  • Trauma and recovery
  • Life transitions and adjustment
  • Healthy relationships
  • Religious/spiritual abuse

Favorite Quote

Keep moving forward.

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