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ABOUT AUDREY

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Audrey received her Master of Social Work Degree at The University of Houston, while receiving psychotherapy training at the Baylor Psychiatry Clinic. Upon graduation, Audrey also completed a two-year postgraduate Psychodynamic Psychotherapy fellowship at the Center for Psychoanalytic Studies in Houston. In addition to being a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, Audrey is also a Certified Group Psychotherapist.

Prior to transitioning into private practice, Audrey worked at the Center for Recovering Families, a division of The Council on Recovery (formerly The Council on Alcohol and Drugs Houston), serving as both a primary therapist and Coordinator of Treatment Services. Audrey is currently an active board member of the Center for Psychoanalytic Studies Alumni Group and the Houston Group Psychotherapy Society.

Audrey’s interests include working with individuals, couples, groups and families. Audrey primarily use a psychoanalytic/psychodynamic informed approach as well as dialectical, cognitive and family systems models of treatment. Audrey has concentrated expertise in addressing the issues of co-occurring disorders, addiction, personality disorders, and interpersonal relationship struggles.