Daisy Chow is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) and a Certified Clinical Trauma Professional (CCTP). She received her Bachelors degree in Psychology from the University of St. Thomas in Houston, Texas. Daisy then earned a Masters degree in Counseling from the University of Houston. Daisy offers individual and couples therapy, and specializes in helping patients with a history of early child sexual abuse, abandonment, attachment/relational issues and neglect. She also has a passion in helping those who work as caregivers, such as therapists and first responders. Daisy is in the process of becoming a Certified First Responder Counselor. She is trained in Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing (EMDR) as an evidence-based treatment approach for trauma. EMDR has been proven to alleviate symptoms of depression and anxiety in clients working through grief and loss. Daisy offers her clients a highly personalized approach in resolving trauma, by using complimentary methodologies and techniques. By providing support and practical feedback to clients struggling with processing past trauma, she excels at guiding them on a path that brings future strength and personal growth. Daisy emphasizes the importance of redirecting damaging patterns from past childhood trauma. She reminds her clients that everyone has pain from their past, and it is her mission to help her clients live life to the fullest. Daisy’s clients have benefited from her compassionate and solution-focused approach. She has successfully treated hundreds of patients – helping them resolve issues including depression, anxiety, stress management and childhood trauma. Her patients describe her as an open-minded professional, and a therapist who is well versed in many areas of treatment. Perhaps most importantly, her clients report feeling safe and comfortable in her care.
Anxiety, Codependency, Life Coaching, Sexual Abuse, Trauma / PTSD
Attachment-Based, Clinical Supervision, Eye-Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), Internal Family Systems (IFS), Person-Centered