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Laurel Wade

Telebehavioral Care: 979.436.0700


Laurel Wade is a third-year doctoral student in the Counseling Psychology program at Texas A&M University and is a practicum counselor at the Telehealth Counseling Clinic. Wade gained experience providing mental health evaluations to individuals in rural Alabama while earning her bachelor’s degree.

Wade’s clinical training at the doctoral level has provided her with the opportunity to provide counseling to individuals with diverse backgrounds and therapeutic goals at the Counseling Assessment Clinic in Bryan, Texas, as well as the Texas A&M Counseling and Psychological Service. Her approach to counseling utilizes an existential-humanistic framework as her guiding philosophy of change and emphasizes the client’s relationship with the social system.

Within that framework, Wade integrates Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) and techniques and interventions from other behavioral approaches, as well as focusing on the interpersonal process of counseling relationship to facilitate change. Wade believes that that the counseling relationship is a dynamic process for clients to discover the meaning, values and identity they wish to express in their lives and become empowered to confront pain and obstacles that challenge their authentic expression.

Wade received her bachelor’s degree in psychology with a second major in Spanish from Samford University in 2017.

Services & Specialties



  • Practicum Counselor

Education & Training

  • Samford University, BS, Psychology, 2017


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