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Dana Hildebrand, Graduate Student Intern
Supervised by David Burleson, M.A., LPC-S, D.Min

$40 per 50-minute session

Education

  • University of Mary Hardin-Baylor, B. A. in Christian Studies and Psychology

  • University of Mary Hardin-Baylor, M. A. in Professional Counseling, CMHC (completion May 2022)

Areas of focus 

  • Adults

  • Couples

  • Blended Families

  • Life Transitions

  • Divorce

  • Anxiety/ Depression

  • Physical Fitness, Health and Nutrition

  • Spirituality

About me...

It is my desire to help each client live with purpose, hope and resiliency that comes through the life-changing power and love of God. When we are connected to God our earthly relationships begin to shift in a powerful and dynamic way. It is my privilege to walk with clients through the difficulties of life and watch them flourish in the life they were created and designed for. Life can be exceptionally challenging, but through relationship and connectedness, healing and restoration can begin.  I come from a strength-based approach that allows clients to describe their preferred future, identify relational skills and utilize resources needed for change. 

 

I am excited to join The Center for Relational Care team as an Intern. In addition to being a full-time graduate student at UMHB I am a wife, mom, and a new GiGi. For over 20 years I have ministered to women of all backgrounds both personally and through my church. My greatest blessings are my husband, children, and grandson. In my spare time I enjoy lifting weights, running, reading, and spending quality time with my family.