Hi, my name is Zylphia Marie Beverly and I am a licensed professional counselor. Through my 26 years of counseling experience and my own life experiences, you will find it, as a client, easy to connect and build trust with me. You will benefit from a grounded and broadened perspective for individuals (adults and children), couples and families.
As a qualified licensed professional counselor, I am committed to helping you develop the personal and relational skills and strategies needed in order to build and maintain a positive, meaningful life and healthy relationships. I truly believe in the power of hope and will guide you in the process of healing and healthy living, focusing on the hope that happens as we embrace challenges and adversities. With hope, and new skills you can face the storms of life with confidence! Hope renews your strength to repair broken relationships, to face anxiety, depression, grief and anything else!
Ultimately, my job, is to help you find the truth about what we encounter together, even if that information may be difficult to process and understand. My style is to be interactive, sensitive, and challenging in the search for practical solutions to the problems my clients face, so I utilize a variety techniques and mediums to assist you personally in accomplishing your goals. My concern is for your wellbeing and I look forward to the progression you will make towards positive life changes and a hopeful future. If you are ready to make a change, I am ready to guide you through your journey of self-discovery. Contact me today.
Belief that All that want and need Counseling will receive it. You can achieve to become self-actualized with guided empowerment
Professional Licenses and Affiliations:
Bachelor of Science in Psychology (1978)
Texas Women’s University, Denton, Texas
Master of Arts in Mental Health Counseling (1982)
St. Mary’s University, San Antonio, Texas
Private practice: Extrordinary Counseling
May, 2011 to Present----
Provide group and individual counseling for probationers in the Intensive Supervision Unit and Gang Unit.
The Center for Healthcare Services
June 1988 to May, 2011