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Regina Williams, MA, LPC Associate,  
Supervised by Dr. Katrina Landry, PhD, LPC-S


As a clinician, I am guided by an integrative holistic, client-centered, narrative theoretical and eclectic approach. I believe that every part of our lives should be healthy, healed and whole. The bases upon which I practice is built on a solid foundation of practical principles. I desire to work with individuals, couples and families who are in need of mental health services. I also believe in therapy and Jesus! Therapy provides you with a trusted voice to be your most authentic self and express your feelings. Therapy also provides you with practical tools and strategies to deal with life. Therapy is a safe place to share your story and rewrite the narrative when needed. Therapy is to help you navigate through life no matter the path you are on, or the path you desire to take. Therapy is not easy, but it is necessary. Therapy will require work, and it is worth it. 


I obtained my bachelor's in interdisciplinary studies from Stephen F. Austin State University. Recently in December 2022, I completed my master's in counseling from LeTourneau University. Over the past ten years of my career, I have worked as an educator in and out of the classroom with individuals, children, and families providing psychoeducation, coping skills, and strategies for mental and emotional health, with supportive reflection and feedback. I am also a self-published author of five books, “Purity In The Process: Poetry & My Story”, “Grown With No Regrets: Healing, Freedom & Grace”, Unmarried & Whole: 7-Day Guide To Becoming Whole”, and the newly released projects “Good Grief, Honey!” Book and Journal. 


Most recently in my career, I’ve had the privilege of working two years as a Qualified Mental Health Specialist and Supervisor providing trainings and rehabilitative skills (anger management, behavioral skills, emotional skills) to children and teens in a private practice. In addition, I am Trust-Based Relational Intervention® (TBRI®) certified which is an attachment-based, trauma-informed intervention that is designed to meet the complex needs of vulnerable children. Overall, I value learning, educating, writing, and providing mental health resources and services to those in need. 

Should you need to contact Regina's supervisor you may do so by contacting: Dr. Katrina Landry LPC-S at 281-238-5908 or 


Regina William's office hours and fees:

Mon 8 am-3 pm

Wed 3 pm-7 pm

Thurs 10 am-5 pm

Regina accepts the following insurance:

Cigna/Evernorth Behavioral Health


Self-pay fees:

Individual sessions: $80

Couple/Family session: $90

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