Kendra Foisie Rice LPC Associate, NCC, CDHWP Supervised by Kimberly Watts Hoggatt LPC-S

Do I need therapy?

I may be biased (I am a therapist after all!) but the answer is yes.

We live in a culture where physical health is a priority, while mental, emotional, and spiritual health are merely afterthoughts. But guess what…health is health. We simply cannot expect our body to function flawlessly when our spirit is suffering. If you broke your arm would you think twice about going to a doctor for an x-ray and a cast? Of course not. Why then do we question whether our mental health struggles are valid? They are. Your brain is an organ (arguably the most important one), and just like any other organ, it can malfunction. It’s not “all in your head”,” just like it’s not “all in your lungs” when you have a cough. Mental health is health. If you are here reading this, then yes, you need therapy (we all do).

Creating a friendly, down-to-earth, and no-nonsense space for healing, I believe that authenticity is an essential component to the therapeutic relationship.

I take a holistic approach to counseling and believe that true health and wellness requires balance of mind, body, and spirit. I am passionate about meeting clients where they are, incorporating existential and cognitive-behavioral techniques as well as expressive arts modalities into my practice.

Life can be challenging. We all need a safe space to sort through the ups and downs. Let’s sit down together, talk it out, have a laugh (if you’re up for it), and get you moving in a direction that feels right.

Background

Kendra Foisie Rice (she/her) was born and raised in Houston, Texas and earned her Bachelor of Science in Psychology with a minor in English Literature from the University of Houston. Kendra began her graduate studies at Salve Regina University in Newport, Rhode Island where she studied Holistic Counseling and received a Certificate of Advanced Graduate Studies in Professional Applications of the Expressive and Creative Arts, before returning home to Texas to complete her Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from St. Mary’s University.  

Kendra enjoys working with individuals, couples, children, and families, and has specialized training in perinatal (pregnancy/postpartum) issues and technology addiction. Kendra can be found on both Postpartum Support International’s and the Pregnancy and Postpartum Health Alliance of Texas’ list of qualified practitioners for perinatal care, as well as the National Institute for Digital Health and Wellness’ list of certified professionals. Kendra provides a safe and affirming space for LGBTQ+ clients and has proficiency in working with depression, anxiety, self-esteem, trauma, and challenging relationships.


Areas of Expertise:

– Perinatal (Pregnancy/Postpartum) Issues
– Technology Addiction
– Parenting Support
– Relationship Concerns
– Depression
– Anxiety
– Identity Exploration
– Children (9+)
– Tweens and Teens
– Couples
– Families
– Communication Skills

Fee:

$140 for 50 minute Individual Session

$155 for 50 minute Couples or Family Session

Locations:

Teletherapy