INTRODUCING MS. KEMBLE
Ms. Lauren Kemble, M.S. is a practicum doctoral student who is passionate about working with children, adolescents, and adults with a strengths-based lens. Ms. Kemble uses a relational, client-centered approach to therapy and believes it is important to consider both contextual and individual factors. Ms. Kemble primarily works from a relational cultural theory but incorporates a range of interventions in her work, such as expressive arts, psychodynamic, and acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT). She has experience working with a variety of concerns, including trauma, grief, identity development, depression, anxiety, and life transitions.
Education and Career Background
Ms. Lauren Kemble, M.S. is currently pursuing a Ph.D. in counseling psychology from the University of North Texas (UNT) with a specialty focus on children and families. She completed her undergraduate degree from Santa Clara University where she earned a Bachelor of Science in Psychology and Women’s & Gender Studies with a minor in Studio Art – Photography concentration. Ms. Kemble has worked with a diverse range of clients in a community mental health agency and a university counseling center. Along with psychotherapy, she has been trained in administering various psychological assessments. As a doctoral practicum student clinician, Ms. Kemble will be providing services on behalf of Great Life Counseling Center under the clinical supervision of Roger Giovino, Psy.D.