Ginger is a bilingual Licensed Professional Counselor with 8 years of experience providing counseling services to various populations in numerous settings including non-profit organizations, mental health facilities, public schools, and most recently the child advocacy center in Harris County. Through her time working in diverse and often challenging settings, she developed a successful therapeutic model to target each client’s unique needs.
Ginger has vast training in working with child sexual abuse and human trafficking victims and their families. She also has extensive knowledge in working with youth and adolescents through personal struggles and relationship issues. Having worked as a school counselor for Pre-K through 8th grade students, Ginger has experience collaborating with teachers and administrators to implement academic interventions and therapeutic strategies in a school setting. In addition, Ginger is passionate about facilitating growth in parent/child relationships, working with young adults who feel overwhelmed in transitioning to adulthood, and guiding couples who feel disconnected in their relationship. She also provides pre-marital counseling to those getting ready for the next chapter in their lives. In addition to individual and family counseling, Ginger is also a facilitator for the Teen 360 Sisterhood groups for teen girls.
Ginger believes the key to successful therapy is building a supportive, trusting relationship in a safe, non-judgmental place that allows individuals to freely talk about their worries and struggles. She is trained and experienced in using evidence-based treatments. Utilizing an integrative approach in therapy, Ginger tailors each session to the individual client by designing a unique and effective form of treatment.
Ginger holds a Master’s degree in Counseling and a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology with a minor in Women’s Studies from The University of Texas San Antonio. She is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC #73003) in the state of Texas.