A.C. Schooler, M.A., LPCCounselor - Trauma Counselor
“You gain strength, courage, and confidence by every experience in which you really stop to look fear in the face. You must do the thing you think you cannot do.”
A.C. has lived in central Texas for nearly 30 years and holds Master’s degrees in Counselor Education and in Criminal Justice from Sam Houston State University. A.C. spent 25 years in the Criminal Justice field, including 18 years in law enforcement, where her assignments included hostage and crisis negotiations and responding to critical incidents involving first responders. Upon retiring from policing, A.C. began building on the skills she learned there to help people heal from all sorts of traumatic events. She also contracts with Twin City Domestic Violence Services and the Unlimited Potential organization to provide counseling services to their clients, most of whom are survivors of ongoing abuse.
Professional Highlights & Memberships
- Master’s degree in Counselor Education, Sam Houston State University, Huntsville, TX
- Member of the Brazos Valley Critical Incident Stress Management Team
- Member of the Bryan Police Department Peer Support Team
- Retired Master Peace Officer, Bryan Police Department
- Master’s degree in Criminal Justice, Sam Houston State University, Huntsville, TX
Specialty AreasAdults* PTSD* First responders and veterans’ issues* Domestic Abuse and Neglect* Sexual Abuse* Chronic Illness* Anxiety* Therapy: A.C. is currently accepting new clients.
Individual Sessions: $100 A.C. does not accept insurance. Her receipts may be used as qualified medical expenses for tax purposes, and she also accepts cards linked to medical savings account, as well as checks, cash and credit cards. If you cannot afford the regular fees, you may still be able to see A.C. As all the other counselors at Associates In Counseling, she offers a limited number of spots, available at a negotiable rate, following a SLIDING SCALE. Our sliding scale is based on income, and it is available for your convenience on the button bellow.