Sally Vasquez LPC-Associate
Sally Vasquez was born and raised in San Antonio, Texas. Sally earned her bachelor’s degree in Psychology with a minor in Criminal Justice from the University of Texas in San Antonio and a Master of Arts in Professional Counseling from Liberty University in Lynchburg, Virginia. Sally is currently earning hours as a LPC-Associate and is supervised by Molly McCann, LPC-S
Sally has served the people of Texas for 25 years as an eligibility worker for the Health and Human Services Commission (HHSC) and advanced to various positions before transferring to the Texas Department of Agriculture Food and Nutrition Division. Sally retired in April of 2018 from State employment but before retiring, returned to school to get a Master’s degree. Her desire to help people continued into her second career by becoming a licensed therapist.
Sally started her counseling career at an inpatient facility, Laurel Ridge Treatment Center (LRTC), working with children, adolescents and adults suffering from mental illness. Her primary focus was working with children and adolescents who experienced traumatic events early in life consequently requiring inpatient care.
Sally currently attends a Bible believing church where she actively serves in the Children’s ministries. Sally spent three years as a volunteer at a local church helping teens navigate through several issues affecting them such as self-esteem, acceptance, depression, and bullying. She has also volunteered with children, teenagers, and families in different capacities such as providing free counseling to the homeless.
She is passionate about helping children, adolescents and adults express their emotions and understand their own mental health. She understands that it is important to work with the family system as well and incorporates parents and caregivers in the process as needed.
Sally seeks to provide a non-judgmental, safe place for her clients to talk and process whatever they are going through whether it is a daily life stressor or a traumatic event, providing the tools needed to cope with life’s difficulties. Using evidence-based interventions, she will collaborate with you to develop beneficial coping skills and a deeper understanding of yourself and your feelings.