Heritage Behavioral Health Consultants
Heritage Behavioral Health Consultants

Chase Reed


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Enabling people with a skill set that outlasts my time with them is one of my professional goals with my clients. As a counselor, I step into the midst of situations evoking profound stress and fear. I come alongside my clients to help them find a way through it.

I believe that we all have the capability to achieve a perspective on our current situations that allows us to make systemic changes in our lives that bring long lasting effects. There will be times filled with anxiety around personal changes, professional decisions, and tension within familial relationships. Specifically concerning grief and loss, the overload of caretaking and transitioning to the season of grief that follows brings overwhelming and seemingly unanswerable questions that we ask ourselves.

As a clinician, my theoretical style leans toward Existentialism. By finding what we do and do not have control over, we are able to clarify anxiety within our lives. This style of therapy is conversational and compassionate while addressing difficult themes and patterns found in your life. My professional experiences include bereavement, caretaker fatigue, and suicidal thoughts. My expertise allows me to provide treatment to folks struggling with Generalized Anxiety Disorder, Major Depressive Disorder, Acute Stress Disorder, and other common every day stressors from the ages of 14 years and older. I am also trained in Gottman’s techniques and have worked with couples experiencing joint loss, marital questions, and relationship tribulation.

When it comes to bereavement, my counseling focus is helping people through the discombobulating and scary times surrounding the loss of a loved one. Through utilizing the Dual Process model and an existential shift in thinking, I help people understand the natural process of grief while tending to the unique pain that it brings. My goal is to help you understand your own grief cycle and to find adaptive ways to handle bereavement.

I’ve wanted to help people since I was a little kid and I most enjoy being a part of people helping themselves. I received my undergraduate degree from Baylor University and my master’s from Houston Baptist University. I have worked as a crisis therapist, a therapist in inpatient and outpatient psychiatric facilities, and a bereavement counselor for a hospice. These positions have given me a broad view of ways in which people need immediate and caring help. I love spending my down time with my family, going fishing, or watching a documentary about a subject I don’t know a lot about. It would be an honor to get to know you and to be a part of this massive transition in your life.

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