Tia Jennings, LPC

Licensed Professional Counselor - Supervisor
Houston TX
Central to my therapeutic philosophy is the recognition of the interconnectedness of mind, body, and spirit. By addressing the holistic needs of my clients, I empower them to embark on a holistic journey toward healing and self-actualization. Through a combination of evidence-based psychotherapy, experiential techniques, and somatic practices, I guide individuals toward a deeper understanding of themselves and their innate capacity for resilience and transformation. Ultimately, my therapeutic approach is grounded in compassion, empathy, and a deep respect for the innate wisdom within each individual. Together, we create a nurturing and supportive environment where healing can unfold organically, and clients can reclaim their inherent wholeness and vitality.
This is normally the section where I tell you all about me. Where I would list all of my degrees, certification and things that make me look super fancy. But I’m not going to do that. See, all the letters behind my name, the schools I went to and the trainings I have under my belt aren’t going to tell you how we’ll laugh together even in those tough moments. It’s not going to tell you how I’ve walked in those same ugly shoes that you find yourself standing in now. It’s not going to tell you about how I’m going to sit with you through the telling of some of your most intimate secrets and not judge who you are. It’s not going to tell you of the changes that you are going to see just by having someone outside of your friends or family to talk to. One of the things that I constantly say is that therapists are born not made. This goes in line with the belief that there are people that have been put on this earth to heal others and then there are those that try to be those people. I have always found this work to be, dare I say it, easy. When I sit in a room with a client things feel right, they feel natural, I feel at home which creates the perfect space for healing for the clients that I work with. See, I got into this profession over 15 years ago, wanting to be able to change the world, wanting to be that person that transformed lives. I studied hard, excelled academically, and continued to get certification after certification to be able to tell others that I was capable of doing something that I always knew I had in me. Therapy to me is only part of the healing journey, having the space to be able to process and tools to be able to dig deep is what makes us whole again.