Chandler BundrenChandler Bundren, LPC-Associate, TBRI Practitioner, Supervised by Dr. Scott Floyd

I attended Texas Christian University for my undergraduate degree, where I completed a B.S. in Child Development with a Minor in Social Work. During my undergraduate years, I further discovered my passion for working with people & helping them understand their inherent value & worth. This ultimately led to my pursuit of my Master of Education in Counseling specializations in Clinical Mental Health & School Counseling.

1 unique thing about you?

In my free time, I enjoy spending time with my husband. You can usually find us walking along the Trinity River with our husky, Dakota, playing sports with close friends, or traveling to a new city!

Areas of Specialties

I enjoy working with individuals of all ages in various circumstances. I am available to see children, teens, and adults. I am also a TBRI® Practitioner, which is an attachment-based, trauma-informed intervention based on years of attachment, sensory processing, & neuroscience research, with a heartbeat of connection.

What is your personal statement? What do you believe about counseling?

I believe that God designed us to live in community, with Him and with those around us - simply put, we were never intended to live this life alone. God reminds us through scripture that this life will bring us challenges, but to not lose faith because He has overcome the world (John 16:33). That being said, I believe that counseling is the humbling opportunity for me to link arms with individuals in some of life’s messier moments in order to work together to find hope and healing in Christ. As a counselor, I see myself as a collaborator with clients, who are the true experts on their lives. I am passionate about seeing and understanding the whole person in order to best understand one’s strengths, while being sensitive toward their individual circumstances in life.