MISSION: The Hope Project’s mission is to support and provide family-based services to families that will promote and empower families towards a happier and healthier lifestyle.
VISION: The Hope Project’s vision is that every family has the opportunity and tools to reach their highest potential in achieving a greater level of quality of life through inclusion and integration of all active participants.
Camille Clark, LMSW
My name is Camille Clark and I’ve had the privilege of serving youth and families in the Austin area for the last 15+ years. Much of this work has addressed youth dealing with trauma and/or mental health challenges. As a parent of a child with such challenges, I’ve become quite familiar with the services and resources available in the community. I can also relate to the isolation that often comes with the territory. I’m a native Texan who moved to Austin to attend UT where I received a Master’s degree in Social Work and then chose to stay in this great city as an advocate for community health and healing.
My name is James Harrison. And I am a Licensed Professional Counselor. I am currently working as a Military Family Life Counselor at the Fort Hood military installation. I graduated from Texas A&M University-Central Texas with a Master’s in Mental Health Counseling. I graduated from the University of South Carolina with a bachelor’s in business administration. I have a certification as a certified sports counselor. My preference of population is adults. I feel it is essential that we meet our clients where they are and assist them to move in a more positive direction. I would describe my counseling style as eclectic, but I have used cognitive behavior therapy, reality therapy, and brief solution-oriented therapy in my past counseling positions.
I am a 10-year veteran of the Army. I have been working as a counselor since 2016. My work experience has been in various positions. I worked as a Career counselor, a child and adolescent counselor, and a counselor at the Texas department of criminal justice. I have a passion for helping others to be their best self. I also have great respect for the field of counseling and the hard work it takes to be a great counselor. I continue to learn something new almost every day. I am grateful to have the opportunity to assist others through a difficult time in their life. I hope to continue to make my stamp on the counseling field for many years to come.
My name is Latondria Fair, working as a Human Resources Specialist with The Hope Project of Central Texas. I have 12 years of experience in Human Resources working mostly in the areas of recruitment and employment, human resources information systems, and benefits administration. I am very familiar with payroll, staff training, recruitment, and financial document support. I am dedicated to my job and abilities to take care of our employees.
Kelli Tzorin, LCSW
Have you ever thought that no one else in the world cares or could possibly relate to what you’re going through? Maybe you’ve tried therapy before and been disappointed with the results or maybe you’re afraid if you do try, you’ll have to add it to the growing list of things that haven’t worked for you. Wherever you find yourself, whether it’s living with immense loss, reliving something unimaginable, stuck in a cycle of numbness and indifference, or just feeling stuck, my hope is to offer you tools and support to reach new levels of healing, purpose, and freedom. No matter what you are going through, seeking help is an incredibly brave choice. I would be honored to come alongside you in your journey to reach your wellness goals.
I am a bilingual therapist with over 5 years of experience working with children, teens, young adults and parents. I received my master’s degree in Social Work from the University of Texas at Austin as well as undergraduate degrees in Social Work and Spanish from the University of Georgia. I offer support with trauma, grief, suicidal thoughts, anxiety, depression, and other mood disorders. I also assist individuals or families dealing with relational conflict. Most recently, I have been working with adults with chronic pain or chronic mental health problems who are often managing both physical and mental health diagnoses. I use a wide variety of treatment approaches depending on what feels right to each client.
Justine Joseph, LPC
My name is Justine Joseph and I am a Licensed Professional Counselor. I work with individuals of all ages to provide targeted counseling services. I believe that as a team, we can identify realistic goals that you want to work toward and accomplish. Together, we will establish an open and safe environment where thoughts and feelings can be explored without fear of judgement. I am also certified as a Systematic Training for Effective Parenting (STEP) facilitator. My clinical focus is to help to build self-esteem, enhance parenting skills, reduce stress, develop coping skills, manage anxiety and anger, decrease depression and plan life goals. Basically, I have tools and resources to help you deal best with the barriers that are in the way of your success. We can figure out the path to where you want to be and I will walk the journey with you to get you there and beyond!
I received my degrees from The University of St. Thomas in Houston and have been licensed for almost 10 years. I enjoy life happily with my spouse and am a proud mother of an amazing son.
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