Warren B. Wright, M.Ed., LPC-Associate, NCC
Licensed Professional Counselor-Associate
Clinical work supervised by Jasmine Hussain, Ph.D., LPC-S
- M.Ed., Counselor Education, Georgia Southern University emphasis in Clinical Mental Health Counseling
- B.S., Psychology, minor in Public Health, Georgia Southern University
License and Certification
- Licensed Professional Counselor-Associate, Texas State Board of Examiners of Professional Counselors, No. 80532
- National Certified Counselor, National Board for Certified Counselors, No. 1112851
Approach to Therapy and Professional Interests
Areas of Special Interest: Diversity & Inclusion; Outreach & Prevention; Identity development; Self-development; Emotional wellness
Theoretical Orientation: Multicultural-constructivist approach utilizing solution-focused, narrative, emotion-focused, and strength-based therapies.
Personal Statement on Diversity and Social Justice
It is an honor to be a part of the TAMU community and serve as a counselor for the Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) team. College is difficult to navigate, yet with the proper resources and support, I believe that every student has the potential within themselves to overcome any obstacle, barrier, or issue in life if only they explore that untapped potential. I’m a firm believer that counseling bridges the gap between the past and the future. It allows students to find meaning from past experiences, learn new coping skills to manage their concerns in the present, while creating a path toward success in the future. As a counselor, it is my goal to provide a safe and brave space when assisting students on their journey of self-empowerment, self-development, and personal growth. I am committed to the work of diversity and social justice. I believe in the representation, celebration, and recognition of all social identities and their intersectionality. I aspire to defuse all levels of power, privilege, and oppression negatively impacting marginalized populations. Through counseling, advocacy, and allyship, it is my hope to foster a sense of connectedness, respect, and inclusion. My mission is to serve the student population here at TAMU to the best of my abilities while promoting authenticity, worthiness (“You are enough”), and wellness.
In my downtime, I like to read, write, and watch Big Brother.