Harold Gibson, Resident Therapist

Resident Therapist

Harold Gibson

Hello! My name is Harold Gibson, I am a resident therapist here at Fuller Life. I hold a Master of Arts degree in Counseling from Houston Graduate School of Theology and practice as an LPC Associate under the supervision of  Dr. Amy Fuller. I also hold a Master of Arts in Leadership Ministries from Faith International University in Tacoma Washington and received my undergraduate degree in Biblical Studies from Oikodom’e School of Biblical Studies in Houston Texas. I have transitioned into this field from the food service industry to a second career in counseling making relevant contributions to the lives of people needing help, which is my mission and ministry.

So far, my professional experience consists of 37 years in foodservice, and 20 years as a chef. I also earned an emeritus degree from the school of hard knocks. In other words, I have learned many lessons the hard way, but you don’t have to. I have something to offer, a kind heart, a listening ear, a willingness to help, and most of all, a lifetime of experiences.

The journey of life can, at times be difficult to navigate alone. Life’s path can be blocked by the unexpected, full of potholes, road closures, detours traffic jams. Maybe you are ending one trip and beginning a new one. Like that unexpected pothole, we sometimes have personal issues, or relational issues to sort through. If there is a place along your life’s journey where you are bogged down, reach out. I would love to come alongside and work with you, together we can explore opportunities that will help get you moving again.

I look forward to meeting and working with you at Fuller Life.

I see clients in person and via secure tele-health and am available by appointment only.  

To schedule an appointment please contact me by email at Harold@FullerLifeFamilyTherapy.org, by phone at (713) 320-3646 or thorough our webform.

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