LPC Supervision Students & LPC Interns

I am currently accepting LPC-Interns for supervision. I focus on utilizing cognitive behavioral therapy in my counseling; however, I utilize other therapies as well when needed. If you would like more information about supervision, please either e-mail or call me. Thank you and I look forward to talking to you!

Marissa Rater

Hello, my name is Marissa Rater. I am a student intern from Midwestern State University, and will receive a Clinical Mental Health Counseling, M.A. in 2019.

My areas of focus and interest include but are not limited to anxiety disorders, depression, conduct disorder, oppositional defiant disorder, PTSD, trauma, anger management, and substance abuse.

I have a passion for helping others, and believe that I was created and called to do so.

Amanda McCormick

Hello, my name is Amanda McCormick. I received my Bachelor’s degree in Psychology/Sociology in 2008 from Eastern New Mexico University. I will receive my Master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling in May 2019 from University of the Southwest.

I have five years’ experience working in the mental/behavioral health field.

My areas of focus and interests include but are not limited to anger management, anxiety disorder, conduct disorder, depression, oppositional defiant disorder, PTSD, trauma and substance abuse.

I’ve always had a strong desire to help others and have been fortunate with the opportunities that have been provided for me to do so.

Randi Roanhaus

Ms. Randi Roanhaus, M.A., LPC Intern, is a Christian Clinical Mental Health Counselor and specializes in academic, career, domestic violence, sexual assault, individual, couples and marriage counseling. Randi uses a holistic approach combined with Biblical principles to help others through various seasons of life. She has 8+ successful years in the career development and counseling field, 12+ years in higher education and 18+ years in music ministry.

Randi wrote The Birthday Method©, a Christ-centered career counseling method targeting audiences who work directly with K-12 students, collegians, alumni and individuals in professional adulthood. This method provides insightful structure for clients to express who they are as distinctive individuals exposing their true self and career identities. Additionally, the method takes a directive strategic focus on helping persons configure a thematic tone of their academic, relational and professional career strengths. Simultaneously, they represent these fortes via industry specific verbiage and identified value within a school project, internship, professional, or ministerial position.

It is Randi’s mission to aid in the individual, relationship, and career pathway processes. Her objective is to engage, encourage and empower others! If you are seeking therapy with a Christ-centered focus, schedule an appointment today.

“For we are his workmanship, created in Christ Jesus for good works, which God prepared beforehand, that we should walk in them.” Ephesians 2:10


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