Randi Crabtree LPC, M.A., MPhil
Life can get difficult, and sometimes a little help from a professional Psychotherapist can make things better. I care about your well-being and provide you all the tools you need in order to seize the day and learn how to tackle even the most traumatic circumstances. It's also important that you know a bit about me and my background if you choose to allow me to join you on your path.
I began my journey to help others through counseling in 2009 by attending Kilgore College, where I obtained my Associates of Arts and Associates of Science Degrees. In 2017 I graduated from LeTourneau University with my Master of Art degree in Counseling. In 2019 I completed a Masters of Philosophy at Walden University for Developmental Psychology. Currently, I am in the final phases of completing my Doctor of Philosophy degree in Developmental Psychology with a specialization in Child and Adolescents development. I have focused the last decade of my education of learning and researching the impact of abuse on human development. My goal is to use the knowledge I've gained in this academic journey to help change the cycle of violence and improve the future one adult at a time.
Since 2019 I have provided counseling services to survivors of domestic and sexual abuse at the Women's Center of East Texas. In 2022 I decided to branch out and make my services available to a larger group though private practice.
Interesting Facts Behind my Story:
I am also a survivor of abuse and used my experiences to motivate myself to help others through pursuing an education in counseling and psychology.
As a counselor, I value the honor and trust clients provide in their choice to work through their trauma and emotional struggles.
I love maintaining fresh and saltwater aquariums, gardening, animal husbandry, and kickboxing.