Erin Perry, MA, LPC-Associate (Under the supervision of Candy Marcum, LPC-S, LMFT-S, LCDC)
817-361-4545 Ext: 1
I am a Licensed Professional Counselor-Associate under the supervision of Candy Marcum, LPC-S, LMFT-S, LCDC. I work with adolescents and adults using an eclectic approach tailored to the unique needs of each new client.
“Show me someone who has done something worthwhile, and I’ll show you someone who has overcome adversity.”– Lou Holtz
I believe that there is no struggle so great, we cannot overcome it. I am dedicated to helping you find your way out from under the weight of your concerns. I won’t pretend to know about everything you have experienced, but I will absolutely provide you with a non-judgmental space to share those experiences. If it matters to you, it matters to me, and I want to partner with you to find your best path forward toward the goals you have for your future.
I have experience in marital, family, and individual counseling, LGBTQ+, military, and women's issues, career and vocational counseling, stress/anxiety, depression, grief/loss and healing from broken relationships, sexuality and self-identity struggles, and life transition issues. Let's partner together to help you overcome, to quote Lou Holtz, the adversity you are currently experiencing so that you can achieve the goals you've set for yourself!
*** Evening and Saturday appointments are available***
Career and Vocational Counseling (Fidelity Investments) (4 years)
Adjunct Professor of Psychology (North Central Texas College) (3 years)
Resume-Building and Interviewing Coach (4 years)
Family Psychology Center (Hardin-Simmons University) (1.5 years)
Educational Background, Associations, and Certifications:
Master of Arts in Family Psychology from Hardin-Simmons University
Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Hardin-Simmons University
Licensed Professional Counselor - Associate
My Areas of Specialty:
Pre Marital & Marital Counseling
Adolescents Through Seniors
Stress and Anxiety
Self-Image and Self-Esteem Struggles
Grief and Loss
I use feminine pronouns and designations (she/her).