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 prior to receiving her Masters in Counseling from the University of North Texas. Page’s clinical training consists of working with children, adolescents, groups, families, and adults in both agency and private practice settings. At the University of North Texas, she received training in play therapy and counseled individuals of all ages at the UNT Counseling and Human Development Center. Page gained experience during her clinical internship counseling children and families impacted by trauma and abuse at the Children’s Advocacy Center of Collin County. She has experience working with anxiety, depression, grief and loss, trauma, behavioral concerns in children and teenagers, parenting issues, and other mental health concerns.
Page considers it an honor to walk alongside those who are hurting, working together toward hope and healing. Page is active in her church and worked on the women’s ministry team during her time in graduate school. She 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 and family.