Supervised by Brenda Elledge, LPC-S
Bridgett Cronin earned a Bachelor of Science in Family and Child Studies from Northern Illinois University and earned a Master of Arts in Biblical Counseling from Dallas Theological Seminary. She is licensed as a Professional Counselor Intern by the state of Texas.
Bridgett has dedicated most of her work and volunteer hours thus far, to the service of children, teens, and their families. Bridgett’s experience and education equips her to work with clients of all ages with a variety of troubles. She accepts tween, teen and adult clients dealing with divorce recovery, grief, adjustment, sexual abuse, anxiety, self-esteem, depression, stress and codependency.
Bridgett’s gentle approach with clients puts them at ease when dealing with tough topics during stressful times. She understands well that seeking help is often a difficult first step. Therefore, Bridgett provides both support and accountability as she and her clients collaborate to find healthy solutions to painful problems.