Get to Know Me
I am Brenda Bible a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and a Certified Daring Way Facilitator-Candidate. I am trained in EMDR, CBT, CPT, and ACT. I utilize my training to specialize treatment for each individual that comes to me for assistance.
I have an Bachelors Degree in Social Work from St. Edward University in Austin, Texas and a Masters Degree in Social Work from the University of Texas, Austin "Hook'em Horns!"
I have journeyed through parenthood and now blessed with two wonderful granddaughters. I love being a "MeMaw."
I enjoy traveling, hiking, kayaking, biking, reading and enjoying people.
I feel blessed in being a therapist, having the opportunity to share in others lives. I truly feel blessed in being trusted to hear each of my clients story.
I look forward in working with you!
Experience You Can Count On
Fort Hood, Killeen, Texas
While practicing at Fort Hood, I had the honor to work with our Military Men and Women to address multiple issues and help to readjust to their lives stateside.
Lone Star Circle Of Care
While at LSCC I practiced in the Behavioral Health Department on a multidimensional team to address a multitude of mental health issues.
Director of Marriage and Family Life, St. William Catholic Church
As the Director of Marriage and Family Life I worked with individuals, couples, families and adolescents addressing many of life's challenges. In addition I worked with engaged couples in preparation for marriage.
Emergency Room Social Worker PRN
As a PRN Social Worker I completed intensive psychosocial assessments and planned care for individuals that were admitted.
Adjunct Professor, George Fox University
As an Adjunct Profession in the Social Work Department at George Fox University I taught Field Foundation I & II and Macro Practice II
I have been in private practice since 2009. Initially in Texas and most recently in Washington State.
Allies In Change
At Allies In Change I have facilitated multiple groups focusing on Anger Management Issues. Additionally, counseled individuals, couples and complete psychosocial intake assessments.