Audrey is a nationally board certified Licensed Professional Counselor specializing in individual and family-based interventions for children, adolescents, and adults.  Specializing in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and in Parent Consultation for families struggling with behavioral issues and family discord, Audrey works frequently with clients struggling with anxiety, depression, ADHD, Autism, trauma, and/or adjustment issues.  Audrey’s clinical training and education emphasized respect for cultural diversity and commitment to holistic treatment; she enjoys working closely with educational institutions and other health care providers to ensure collaborative and coordinated care for her clients. Audrey is licensed in both Oklahoma and Texas.

A National Board Certified Counselor, Audrey received her Master of Science in Counseling from the CACREP-accredited program at Oklahoma State University. She completed her clinical internship at Edmond Family Counseling in Oklahoma, a CARF-accredited community mental health agency serving children, adolescents, and adults with diverse needs and concerns.  

Audrey enjoys speaking to groups of parents, students, and professionals on topics related to parenting and anxiety. Her background in public speaking regarding sexual violence prevention in university settings has cultivated a passion for prevention and education, as well as the skills to engage audiences on a variety of topics. 

Moving from Oklahoma to Dallas in July 2022, Audrey currently provides virtual services for parents, pre-teens, teens, and individuals whose concerns and goals are well-suited to telehealth.  She is pleased to offer in-person sessions beginning July 2022. 

License and Education

Texas License #86845
Oklahoma License #7168
National Certified Counselor ID #933674

Oklahoma State University School of Community Health Sciences, Counseling, and Counseling Psychology, Stillwater, OK
Master of Science in Counseling

Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, OK
Bachelor of Science in Human Development and Family Science