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I enjoy working with individuals to address boundaries, negotiation of power in relationships, conflicts in intimacy and/or spirituality, shame, grief & loss, and those adjusting to a diagnosis of a chronic medical issue (as I am a Type-I diabetic and a 2x cancer survivor).  I invite clients to consider how past relationships influence current relational patterns and how these often influence current mood regulation (anxiety and depression).  I pursue this by helping my client a) grieve past pain, and b) focus on internal resources to help manage his/her greatest fears and unmet fantasies.  Lastly, I enjoy teaching graduate students at Texas State University and training LPC-Associates and Graduate Interns on how to integrate Christian faith within the therapy process here at New Life. Taking clients at our South location.

Leah McDill, Ph.D.

Education: Doctorate of Philosophy in Marriage & Family Therapy, Fuller Theological Seminary | Master of Arts in Theology, Fuller Theological Seminary | Master of Arts in Christian Counseling, Oral Roberts University | Master of Arts in Marriage & Family Therapy, Oral Roberts University | Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, Oral Roberts University

Professional Memberships: The Net Connection, Co-Founder | Christian Counselors of Texas

Teaching Affiliation:  Adjunct Professor at Texas State University

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