Laura Scheindlin, MA, LPC
My practice has developed over time from what I have experienced in my life as well as what has interested me over the years. I love self-awareness and processing feelings! It led me to become a therapist. I like to think that I infuse humor into the sessions with my clients because laughter is one of our own natural highs! I believe I am an even more compassionate and understanding clinician because of the experiences I have been through. We all have the power and the potential to be our best selves. I instill hope and positivity in my patients because I have seen how the way we think can determine the way that we feel.
I have worked with clients from age 7 to age 85 in both outpatient and inpatient settings. I started my career treating patients with chronic pain and implemented a chronic pain management program. I have extensive experience working with people in recovery. I worked with teens at Phoenix House, a drug and alcohol rehabilitation facility. I also co-facilitated the outpatient program at Texas Star Recovery, where I currently work in the Inpatient Residential Detox Treatment Unit, helping people with substance abuse and dual diagnoses from bipolar disorder to PTSD to chronic pain. I strongly believe in the importance of the mind/body connection and how one affects the other.
- MA, Licensed Professional Counselor
- Years in Practice: 6
- School: St. Edward's University
- Year Graduated: 2004
- License No. and State: 67940 Texas