Nancy Isch, M.A. Student Intern
Nancy is a graduate student at LeTourneau University. Her prior experiences as a high school teacher and childbirth educator
have given her a passion for working with teens struggling with depression and anxiety as well as pregnant and postpartum women, couples, and families.
As a woman of faith, she is also equipped to provide Christian counseling for clients who desire spiritual integration in the
therapeutic process. Nancy believes that counseling should be an opportunity for clients to connect with another person and learn skills and strategies that will enable them to enjoy each
day more and cope with life’s difficulties.
To apply this vision, Nancy uses an integrated
approach, pulling from both cognitive-behavioral therapy and family systems therapy to provide a pathway for healing.
When not working with clients, Nancy enjoys crocheting, reading, and spending time with her husband and two children.
● Depression/anxiety in teens and adults
● Prenatal/postpartum mental health
● Christian counseling
● Cognitive behavioral therapy
● Family systems therapy
● Individual counseling
● Couples counseling
● Family counseling