Mentanna Campbell, Ph.D, LPC, NCC Gottman Level 1 Dare to Lead Trained
My name is Mentanna Campbell and I am credentialed as a Licensed Professional Counselor with the state of Texas. I received my Master of Arts degree in Community Mental Health Counseling at Regent University and graduated with my Ph.D. from Texas Christian University in 2020. I also hold a Masters of Divinity from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary.
1 unique thing about you?
I lived in France for 10 years.
Areas of Specialties
I have been trained to provide counseling services for individuals, couples, and families struggling with anxiety, depression, addiction, grief, and relational conflicts. I have specialized training in the following areas: couple's counseling, sexual/gender identity, religious/spiritual struggles, and spiritual direction.
What is your personal statement? What do you believe about counseling?
As a counselor, I see myself as a companion and a collaborator, someone who comes alongside clients for a season to support, encourage, and facilitate the discussions that bring about change. I practice counseling from a strengths-based, eclectic stance. I believe clients bring a unique perspective and set of resources to the table and as such require an approach tailored specifically to their experience. Theoretical orientations that inform my approach includes systems, emotion-focused, collaborative, narrative, and solution-focused.