Page Price M.S., LPC-Intern Supervised by Cristina Sevadjian PhD, LPC-S

Page Price
Page Price

Page grew up in Midland, Texas but has considered Dallas home now for over ten years. She completed her undergraduate degree in Interdisciplinary Studies at Texas A&M University. Page taught fourth grade at Providence Christian School in Dallas for seven years. Outside of teaching, Page has had various experiences such as mentoring, tutoring, and coaching that have helped her to recognize the impact of an authentic one on one relationship. Page decided to pursue further training and received her Master’s degree in Counseling from the University of North Texas, where she also received training in play therapy.  
 
Page’s experience includes counseling individuals of all ages at the UNT Counseling and Human Development Center. She also has experience counseling children and families impacted by trauma, as she continues to serve as a clinical therapy intern at the Children’s Advocacy Center of Collin County, providing counseling services and support to child victims of abuse and their families. Page considers it an honor to walk alongside those who are hurting, while working together toward hope and healing. 
 
Page is active in her church and served on the women’s ministry team for over three years. Page mentors a high school group of girls, providing her a unique perspective on the challenges that many adolescents face. In her spare time, Page enjoys traveling, being outside, reading a good book, and spending time with her friends, her family, and her pup!