Bridget Paige, MA, CCTP, LPC-S

Licensed Professional Counselor

Last updated on May 20th, 2024 at 11:08 am

Bridget Paige received her Master of Arts in counseling from St. Edward’s University in Austin, TX. She also is a proud Texas Aggie having received her Bachelor of Arts in English from Texas A&M University in College Station, TX.

Bridget is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) in the states of Wyoming and Texas. Ms. Paige has been fully licensed since 2005 and is a Board-Certified Counseling Supervisor in the state of Texas. In her tenure, she has worked with children as young as 4 to adults as old as 73. Bridget’s theoretical foundation is centered upon Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and Trauma-Informed Care (TIC) since both theories are evidenced-based practices that appeal to most presenting issues found in mental health.

Ms. Paige has experience working in the juvenile justice system, foster care, Child Protective Services, school-based services, rural communities, and inpatient services. Bridget is a member of the Houston LPC Association and the Texas Counseling Association. Her specialties include being trained as a Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy therapist (TF- CBT) for youth and adolescents, a certified QPR Trainer and a Safety Planning Intervention Trainer (using the Stanley Brown safety plan). Additionally, Ms. Paige is a Certified Clinical Trauma Professional (CCTP), a certification that distinguishes professionals that have mastered the principles of complex trauma and are equipped to implement effective person-centered services that maximize resiliency and recovery outcomes.

Bridget grew up in a rural coastal town of 2,000 residents in Southeast Texas. Rice, cattle, corn, cotton and shrimp are common crops of the area. Her hometown of Anahuac, Texas, is known as “The alligator Capital of Texas” where there is excellent fishing and bird watching. Bridget is a cattle producer who runs a cow-calf and backgrounding operation near the Louisiana border. She is currently working on transforming her farm house into a safe space for the local community to gather for a cup of coffee to share recipes, trade crops, problem solve farm issues and assist each other with life’s ups and downs.

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