Hunter Verheul has a Bachelor of Science degree in Kinesiology from Texas A&M University (2011) and a Masters of Science in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from UTSA (2017). He has worked in a wide range of different counseling settings including providing counseling to at-risk youth and their families, teaching life skills, and as a caseworker to foster kids aging out of the foster care system. He now works with ages 18 and up and has a passion for working with depression, anxiety, trauma, life transitions, financial strain, and marital struggles. He is a Licensed Professional Counselor (2019) and has been trained in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and Gottman Method Couples Therapy techniques. He also incorporates faith integration in counseling for those that desire it.
Patients have told him that he has a unique approach to making them feel at ease by creating a judgment-free and supportive environment. Patients have also mentioned that his balance between humor and depth makes them feel comfortable to pursue growth.
He thoroughly enjoys counseling, and being able to walk alongside patients as they go through some of the most difficult things in their lives is a very meaningful experience for him. His goal is to help patients get to a point where they are confident in themselves and their ability to handle what life throws at them.
He is a Texas native, grew up in San Antonio, and married to his high school sweetheart. He enjoys spending time with his wife, daughter, and dog, fantasy football, traveling, and is a huge Spurs and Aggie fan.