Marcy Blake, LPC
Marcy has been working for Meier Clinics since 2005, working with children as young as six, adolescents, and adults. She describes her therapy as solution-focus cognitive behavioral therapy and her goals for her clients are to learn new ways of thinking and alternative ways of coping that can be applied to future problems or concerns. Marcy strives to help clients identify negative thought patterns and replace them with truthful, healthy thoughts.
Marcy has experience working with the following treatment areas:
Anxiety, ADHD (Children), Bipolar Disorder, Blended Families, Boundaries, Codependency Communication, Decision Making, Depression, Divorce (Children), Family Issues, Grief, Guilt, Managing Stress, OCD, Panic Disorder, Parenting, Sadness, School Problems, Self-Esteem, Self-Image, Self-Worth Issues, Shame, Social Anxiety, and Social Issues
“I believe most people can benefit from counseling at some point in their life. I realize taking the first step and making the phone call is often scary. I am always humbled that people seek out my help and look forward to working with new clients. Every person is different and brings unique circumstances, but I wholeheartedly believe people are capable of change, and with God’s help, can live the life He intends them to live. I often reference Romans 12:2 “Do not conform to the patterns of the world, but be transformed by the renewing of your mind. Then you will be able to test and approve what God’s will is”
Marcy received her Bachelor of Science from Texas A&M University and her Masters of Arts in Counseling from Sam Houston State University.
Prior to working at the Meier Clinic, Marcy worked at the South Texas Children’s Home; she counseled children and teens that were living away from their families. She currently leads parenting workshops in the community as well as groups for teens. She is also involved in her church’s counseling ministering, providing training for lay counselors. Marcy offers reduced fees to clients who meet the financial guidelines.