Stephanie Bevills M.Ed, LPC

Education and Training

Medical Education:
Master of Education in School Counseling, 2012

Licensed Professional Counselor, 2015
Texas Counseling Association member since 2012
American Association of Christian Counselors member since 2021

A little about me

  • What can a patient expect from you as their clinician?

    I have a genuine compassion to help others struggling with life circumstances. My counseling style is authentic with attention paid to the client’s individual needs. I prefer to use client directed approaches and techniques. The approaches that I tend to use most are Cognitive Behavioral Therapy to address distorted thought processes, Solution Focused Therapy to address the immediate issues and Story Informed Trauma Therapy which focuses on unresolved trauma from the past. I am always open to new ideas and strategies. I appreciated the fact that clients can now receive services from the comfort and safety of their own homes. This gives even those who have been hesitant in the past to seek therapy an opportunity to make positive changes to their lives.

  • What do you think is the most important factor in a doctor-patient relationship?

    Connection is the most crucial part of the doctor patient relationship. If there is not a connection established it is very hard to have a beneficial therapeutic experience.

  • What are the 3 things you love most about being a clinician?

    • Getting to have a front-row seat to seeing transformed lives.
    • The amazing insights that I am constantly learning from my patients.
    • The honor of being able to bear witness to patient’s stories.
  • What do you like doing when you're not working?

    • Being outdoors in nature
    • Exploring antique, thrift, junk, or boutique shops
    • Traveling