Priscilla Avery has been helping children, adolescents, and adults since 2012 towards healing and finding hope. She has a wide range of experience in working with individuals of a variety of cultures and backgrounds. Priscilla has a variety of expertise that is not limited to the following areas: trauma, grief, divorce, parent-child relationship problems, depression, anxiety, and adjustment to life changes. She is passionate in helping individuals who have experienced trauma in finding breakthrough so that they can find freedom in their life. Priscilla sees each person, couple, and family as an individual with their own story to build healing and grow from. She takes a collaborative and directive approach in encouraging individuals to fight against the negative strongholds that have been preventing them in living the life they are meant to. She believes it is a privilege in being able to be a part of each person's life she encounters.
Master of Science in Marriage and Family Therapy - California State University, Chico
Bachelor of Arts in Psychology - California State University, Chico
Carelon Behavioral Health, Inc
United Behavioral Health