Biography

Erich Stafford, LPC
Therapist
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Mr. Erich Stafford is a Licensed Professional Counselor.

Mr. Stafford obtained his Master’s in Development and Counseling from Lamar University – Beaumont, TX. In addition, he is a Certified Sex Addiction Therapist from the International Institute for Trauma & Addiction Professionals (www.iitap.com). Erich has 20+ years of working as a minister and acquired a Master’s Divinity with Biblical Languages from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary – Fort Worth, TX. He also has 10+ years of working in law enforcement.

Mr. Stafford is a therapist who will make himself available to you. His approach to therapy is simple . . . person (you) centered, though he uses other approaches (cognitive-behavioral, eclectic, reality/choice, brief solution, etc.) based upon the needs of the client. Erich has a proven track record of success in helping clients from a variety of backgrounds. His main goal is to help you and/or your family find effective solutions. Know that he brings an attitude of providing impeccable person-centered therapy to each and every client and session.

Erich’s specialty is in treating a wide range of clients and issues. They include but are not limited to: law enforcement, marriage/divorce, gender identity, depression, addictions, spiritual/faith, and many others. He provides a practical, solution-focused, and time-limited approach to problem-solving in a safe, supportive, and non-judgmental setting.

If you are looking for a therapist who is committed to you and has a history of treating clients from a variety of backgrounds, then consider contacting Erich.

Out of the office, he enjoys working out, spending time with friends and family, cooking, and being outside.

Qualifications

Education & Training

Lamar University

Mr. Stafford earned his Master’s degree in Development and Counseling from Lamar University

Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary

Mr. Stafford received a Master’s degree in Divinity with Biblical Languages from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary