- Military and their Families
Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW)
- Master of Social Work, Baylor University
- Bachelor of Science in Psychology, Florida State University
- Blue Cross Blue Shield
- Scott and White Health Care
- United Behavioral Health
April Pearce is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with more than 10 years of experience counseling individuals, groups, and families. She earned a master’s of social work degree from Baylor University and a bachelor’s of science in psychology from Florida State University. Her passion is helping children, young adults, military personnel, and their families.
April has vast experience working with children and their families. Previously, she provided support on medical units at a children’s hospital, provided treatment at inpatient acute mental health hospitals, and provided counseling and education on military posts and in Department of Defense schools. Common issues she has worked with include anxiety, depression, adjustment, separation, suicidal ideations, trauma, grief, abuse, self-harm, behavioral issues, relationship issues, social skills, anger, self-esteem, coping skills, and divorce.
It is important to her that clients feel safe and seen and that their feelings and needs are validated. In order to do this, she takes a multi-faceted approach to understanding and supporting clients while utilizing a variety of therapeutic techniques including, but not limited to, child-centered play therapy, solution-focused therapy, strengths-based approach, family systems techniques, person-centered techniques, and narrative therapy.
In her personal life, April loves spending all of her free time with her family. For fun, she enjoys reading, mountain biking, rock climbing, hiking, traveling, exploring, and goofing around with her husband and three children.