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Tashara Foxx

Student Counseling Intern
Lamar University
Supervised by Dr. Shawna Munson, LPC-S, LMFT-S

Hi! I'm Tashara, a Counseling Student Intern from Lamar University under the supervision of Dr. Shawna Munson, LPC-S, LMFT-S.  


Counseling is my calling and I feel I’m here to serve a purpose for all walks of life. There’s no greater gift for me than to help others heal from their negative experiences or triggered traumas. 


I have had the privilege of working with adults and adolescents using a variety of techniques and theories to guide my work. What we use in our work with you depends on what fits your needs. I specialize in CBT, DBT, and SFBT methods. My approach is meeting you where you are, to get you to where you need to be. I want to give a “listening ear”, and challenge you in an empathetic and non-judgmental way.  


You may be experiencing anxiety, depression, fear, worry or a multitude of other emotions. Good news is, you’re not alone and those emotions can be managed. Sometimes our negative thought patterns can halt our ambitions, stride, and self-worth in life. I believe there’s a technique to everything in life. We as people can find our way back to a healthy mental balance, especially with an excellent support system. 


Talk therapy is my passion because I truly believe that it’s one of the best medicines on the planet. Getting a person to open and trust you with their experience is the “ice breaker” and a “fresh start” to the counseling/client relationship beginning. This type of connection can have a positive effect on each person involved. Take a chance, and let me in to change that reality, and together we can stomp out those stigmas. As humans, we not only want to be understood, but we want to understand ourselves and why we feel different and do the things we do .I wear many hats and can relate to many situations through my own lived experiences of traumatic events. 


We can’t let the challenge win. 


My motto is “If you do what you’ve always done, you get what you’ve always gotten”. 

Tashara Foxx
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