Treva Barham

Treva Barham

M.A., LPC-S - Clinical Faculty

Treva Barham, MA, LPC-S, obtained her bachelor of arts degree from East Texas Baptist University. After graduating from ETBU, Mrs. Barham attended Hardin-Simmons University where she earned a Master's in Family Psychology. While in graduate school, she completed internships at the Family Psychology Center and Clyde Elementary School.

Additionally, post graduate internship hours were completed at a local MHMR working with adults and children and at LeTourneau University providing counseling to university students.

Mrs. Barham is a Licensed Professional Counselor and LPC Supervisor currently practicing at LeTourneau University Center for Counseling. Her counseling experience includes: in an MHMR setting, LeTourneau University, private practice, and working at a medical clinic that also provided social services.

She has worked with children, adolescents, elderly, adults, couples, families; and, women with postpartum-related issues. She and her husband are raising their three sons in Longview, Texas.

"The beginning of my interest in counseling was my first Human Growth and Development class in undergraduate work. I was intrigued by how we are formed physically and mentally, and develop throughout the lifespan. Each of these phases brings new challenges for us as people. I found myself wanting to understand more about how we develop and face challenges throughout life.

"As a counselor, I consider it a great privilege to journey with people. I believe we are called to live in relationships and community with one another, and there is something transformational that happens when we sit across from one another allowing others to enter our world. For many of us, the idea of this process is foreign and overwhelming as this calls us to live in relationship in ways we have not previously lived. However, as frightening as this may seem, most of us have desire to be known and know one another even in the midst of our fear.

"The same passions that drive my counseling also drive my pursuit as an educator and supervisor. It is amazing to be part of the educational journey for our students as they develop new understandings of themselves and the world around them. It is incredibly rewarding to walk alongside students as they discern God's plan for their lives and engage them as they live out calling, even as a student. Additionally, it is exciting to supervise interns as they develop as counselors to serve our community."