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Britney Maxwell Tegtmeier,

Child and Family Counseling

Tomball, Texas

 
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Counseling and Support

My clinical interests include but are not limited to: depression, anxiety, grief and loss, parenting support, stress management, trauma recovery, school related issues, launching and stage of life transitioning.

My therapeutic modalities include:

Cognitive-Behavioral
Client Centered

Narrative Therapy
Brief Solution Focused
Grief and Loss Care

Trauma Processing

Family Systems Therapy

Attachment Parenting

Theraplay Techniques

Art Therapy Techniques

Other areas of training:

Art Therapy
Trust Based Relationship Intervention (TBRI)
Crisis and Trauma Care

Grief Care

Mindfulness and Meditation

Yoga

 

We all need support at various points in our lives...

Succulent

Child and Adolescent Counseling

Child and Adolescent Counseling empowers the individual by building on his or her interests and gifts. Through counseling, relationships between child and parent, child and sibling, and child and school are strengthened. Sessions are tailored to the needs of the individual while keeping a therapeutic focus of health as the foundation.

In addition to office based counseling sessions, school-based counseling services are available, the counselor comes to the child by providing services at their school. The child is still taken out of class, but it can be anywhere from 20-50 minutes. The counselor is able to work with the child’s school schedule in order to help intervention take place at more helpful times. Additionally, with school-based services, the counselor is able, with parent and/or child permission, to work closely with school teachers and other staff to help meet the child’s needs. Intervention can still be creative with utilizing the outdoors, quiet spaces, play and typical “therapy toys”.


Common issues addressed in counseling include anxiety/worry, depression, anger management, emotion regulation, frustration tolerance, trauma processing, struggles with transitions, sensory related trouble, and more. When therapy is provided in a setting the child is already familiar with, such as school, it allows for the therapeutic relationship to be built quickly, which is one of the most important indicators as to whether counseling will be effective.

Hope begins in the dark, the stubborn hope that if you just show up and try to do the right thing, the dawn will come. You wait and watch and work: you don't give up.

Anne Lamott

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