Christi Copeland, M.A., LPC, CSAT, EMDR
BA with a double major in Psychology and Christian Studies from the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor in 2001
MA in Professional Counseling from Liberty University in 2014
As a counselor, I have worked with people from all walks of life at all stages of life. My areas of focus include sexual addiction/intimacy recovery, anxiety, depression, trauma/abuse survivors, grief, relationship issues, life change/direction struggles, and emotion regulation difficulties. I do not typically work with substance abuse, eating disorders, or psychotic disorders, as those require a level of specialized training that I have not completed. I use a client-centered approach, choosing to come alongside you, and walk with you through the times you are facing. Biblical truths and prayer are also used with your permission and consent. It is my utmost desire to provide a safe place for you to share your hurts, explore your thoughts and emotions, learn about what you are going through, and find hope and healing for your future. On a personal note, my husband and I have been married for over 22 years, we have 4 children, and two grandchildren. We are also active members of our church in Georgetown.