Connie Hoagland is a Licensed Professional Counselor and a Certified School Counselor. She is a graduate of Sam Houston State University, where she received a Master’s Degree in Counseling and a Bachelor’s Degree in Academic Studies with a certification in Special Education. Connie’s areas of interest include Faith-Based Counseling, women’s issues, past abuse, family therapy, marital/couples therapy, relationship issues, grief/loss, and divorce. She works with children, adolescents, adults, and families in individual or group settings.
Connie has worked with women and women’s issues in a faith-based setting for the past ten years. She has worked as an educator and school counselor in an elementary school setting for the past 16 years. She has experience helping students, parents, and teachers deal with academic issues, grief/loss, crisis, and pre-teen issues. In addition, Connie has ten years of experience working with youth ages 12-18 in a youth group setting. Her training and experience also enable her to work with individuals with special needs and their families.
In keeping with current trends and community demands, Connie has most recently certified as a Life Coach and National Trainer for Managing Yourself, a powerful coaching modality that enables clients to learn about themselves so they can move forward to live an even more fulfilling life.
During the counseling process, Connie strives to treat each person with respect and concern. Her focus is on helping the client recognize individual personal needs, discover strengths and abilities, set and reach personal goals, and communicate needs to family members and friends. Connie is willing to take the extra step to meet the needs of clients and help them grow to their full potential. She tirelessly advocates and searches out creative solutions for clients.