CB Klemt Craig, Psy.D.
- Postdoctoral Fellowship, Baylor College of Medicine
- APA-Accredited Internship, The Youth Opportunity Center
- Psy.D., Clinical Psychology, Regent University
- M.A., Clinical Psychology, Regent University
- B.S., Psychology, The Ohio State University
License and Certification
- Licensed Psychologist, Texas State Board of Examiners of Psychologists, No. 37620
Approach to Therapy and Professional Interests
Howdy, y’all! I’m excited to be in Aggieland and consider it an honor to work with the students here at A&M. I believe that everyone has an interesting story to tell and I really value the opportunity to join students as their next chapters are written. I think that the best type of mental health care is the kind that you can take with you, so I strive to help students not only feel better in the here-and-now, but to develop specific coping skills that can be used for years to come. I have experience working in a number of different settings with a wide variety of people, so I really value being able to connect with diverse students. So, whether you are having trouble with anxiety, depression, trouble adjusting, or feeling connected, I look forward to seeing you soon and helping you to feel better.
Personal Statement on Diversity and Social Justice
As a member of the LGBTQ+ community, I understand the importance of social justice not only on a professional level but a personal one as well. My own experiences have been a source of inspiration for striving to be an advocate and ally for other minority groups. I believe that social justice advocacy is a lifelong process of learning, so I proactively seek out experiences to expand my knowledge and skill base as a clinician as well as a supervisor. In my office, I believe…”Black lives matter, women’s rights are human rights, no human is illegal, science is real, love is love, and kindness is everything.” – Jennifer Rosen-Heinz
Approach to Supervision
My supervision style incorporates a supportive and encouraging atmosphere along with a cognitive behavioral teaching style. I vary my level of direction base on the developmental level of the supervisee, recognizing that beginning students may benefit from more concrete instruction and advanced trainees may appreciate a consultative and collaborative approach. My main priority is to help students become efficient and self-sustaining clinicians, so I take special care to create a supportive space for learning, growth, and self-care.
On a personal level, I’m a native Buckeye but love living in Texas—especially during the “winter.” I spend most of my free time staying cool with my partner and our two pups. Thanks and Gig ‘em!