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Meet Robbe…

Robbe Sebesta, MA, LPC

Robbe is a Licensed Professional Counselor and a Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselor Intern. She has a B.S. in Journalism from Texas A&M University and an M.A. in Community Counseling from St. Mary’s University, San Antonio. During her training and education as a counselor, she has worked at Gulf Winds to Youth Home in Bay City, where she provided Person Centered Therapy and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) to boys from ages 10 to 17 who were recovering from trauma stemming from abuse and neglect. She has also worked in a group practice in Lake Jackson, where she provides CBT along with Logotherapy. Logotherapy is a theory developed by Viktor Frankl—the renowned holocaust survivor, psychiatrist, and author of Man’s Search for Meaning—whose work is founded on the belief that human nature is motivated by the search for a life purpose.

Robbe has a passion for providing quality services to individuals, couples, and families who may be struggling with loss, change, depression, anxiety, chemical dependencies, or other stressors that affect us at different times in our lives. She believes healing is a collaborative endeavor that requires empathy without judgment, and her clinical vision is to ensure counseling is a safe place for clients and families to experience their thoughts and feelings while sharing their stories in a spirit of faith.

Robbe has previously served in jail ministry and as the pro-life coordinator at her parish. She and her husband have four children and are parishioners of Most Holy Trinity Catholic Church in Angleton, Texas.