Ashlee Flournoy, M.E.d, LPC
Supervised by Dr. Cheryl Ivory, LPC-S
Ashlee Flournoy is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) Intern who's passion runs deep for helping others. She earned her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from the University of Houston and has worked in the education field in the most recent 8 years. Ashlee began her career as an Educator and later returned to school to earn her Masters of Education in School Counseling from Lamar University. She then became a School Counselor but decided to take things a step further and complete the Clinical Mental Health Counseling Program. She is currently working towards full licensure as a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC).
Her goal as a counselor is to help clients overcome their personal challenges, spark desire to change in positive and realistic ways, as well as accomplish their goals and ultimately live their best life. She enjoys working with individuals, couples, and families. In her experience, people seek help when they want to make changes in their lives and improve in the way they handle their lives on a path involving both healing and growth. Her goal is to assist clients in a safe, caring, and non-judgmental environment.
She is a member of the American Counseling Association (ACA), the American School Counselor Association (ASCA), and the Texas School Counselor Association (TSCA). Ashlee constantly seeks professional development for networking and educational opportunities to grow professionally as a counselor. Ashlee considers it a privilege to work for Renewed Hope Counseling Center, where the goal is to change, renew, and revive lives one encounter at a time.
Should you need to contact Ashlee's supervisor you may do so by contacting:
Dr. Cheryl Ivory, LPC-S at or 832-329-8500.
My approach to therapy
When counseling I model after cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) counseling. This theory emphasizes thoughts and behavior and how they affect/direct each other. While there are many counseling approaches which will also be utilized, cognitive behavioral therapy will be the primary approach. You as the client will have an active role in setting and achieving your treatment goals. I often will ask that you complete homework assignments, as I believe that the work we do in session will be most effective if implemented in your life outside of therapy. Your commitment to a treatment plan is necessary for you to experience the most successful outcome. If you ever have any questions about the nature of the treatment or your care, please do not hesitate to ask.