Aubree Raley is a licensed professional counselor with an extensive academic background. In addition to holding a Master’s degree in Counseling from Dallas Baptist University, Aubree earned two Bachelor of Science degrees from The University of Texas at Dallas, where she studied Psychology and Child Development. She is currently completing her Ph.D. in Counseling Education at Texas A&M University at Commerce.
Aubree has treated a wide variety of clients at various life stages and struggling with diverse issues. Among her many areas of treatment specialty:
- children, teens and adults
- family counseling and family issues
- career stress
- motivational challenges
- trauma and abuse
- substance abuse and dependency
- anger management and impulse control
- emotional reactivity
- self-harm and suicidal ideation
- eating disorders
Aubree has worked in a range of clinical settings, including Timberlawn Psychiatric Hospital, Carrollton Springs Adult Outpatient Program, Collin County Children’s Advocacy Center and Homeward Bound. In private practice, she employs an array of clinical treatment strategies and approaches, thoughtfully customized to best suit the client’s unique needs and circumstances. She is trained in Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), which is especially effective for individuals who tend to be emotionally reactive in stressful situations. She is also trained in Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), which is used to treat anxiety, negative self-beliefs, PTSD, and emotional and sexual trauma. Drawing on her clinical experience involving children, teens, adults and families, Aubree emphasizes a holistic, “whole life” approach to counseling. She carefully considers family background and circumstances when treating individuals of any age, and helps her clients better understand how struggles early in life tend to shape their reactions to various life challenges in adulthood.