Sallye Hale Sallye Hale M.A. LPC-Intern, Supervised by Cristina Sevadjian PhD, LPC-S

Sallye Hale
Sallye Hale

Sallye was born and raised right here in Dallas, TX. She received her Bachelor’s in Health and Psychology from Texas A&M University and earned her Masters in Biblical Counseling from Dallas Theological Seminary in 2018. During her summers in college, Sallye was a camp counselor at T Bar M: Camp Travis. This is where her passion for counseling children and adolescents was first ignited.

Sallye spent her time in graduate school counseling men, women and children at the Dallas Life Foundation and at a private practice working with couples. Most recently, Sallye has worked at an eating disorder treatment facility serving as the child and adolescent intensive outpatient therapist. She has experience working with anxiety, depression, eating disorders, crisis management, trauma, perfectionism, emotion regulation, child and adolescent behavior concerns, parenting and underlying mental health issues.

Sallye finds it a joy helping others find hope in the midst of their pain and believes that healing happens within the context of relationships. She strives to create a warm, non-judgmental environment that encourages clients to gain awareness of themselves. She is passionate about meeting people right where they are and believes that all people have it within themselves the capacity for growth, change and joy.

Personally, Sallye loves spending time with family and traveling with her friends. She enjoys going on walks around her neighborhood and exploring new restaurants around town.