Faith Martinez


Faith completed her Master of Arts in Christian Counseling (MACC) at Houston Baptist University in May of 2017. She became a Licensed Professional Counselor Intern in October of 2017.

Faith has completed Gottman Method Couples Therapy Level I: Bridging the Couple Chasm and Level 2: Assessment, Intervention, and Co-morbidities. She was elected and served as a Chaplain for a social service organization at Lee University. Faith also led a women’s small group at Houston’s First Baptist Church.

Her approach to counseling is Biblically founded with a Christian perspective. She may use different approaches that may be beneficial to the client and within her areas of training, including but not limited to Cognitive Behavioral and Person Centered approaches. The purpose of counseling is to reach specific goals for the client’s individual and relational growth. These goals are mutually agreed upon by both the client and the counselor. Faith's hope is to partner with the client, through a beneficial relationship, during counseling sessions to work towards these goals. A client benefits most from actively participating within and outside of sessions in the pursuit of these goals.