||Annie Ferrera, M.A., LPC-S is a graduate of Dallas Theological Seminary's Biblical Counseling program and holds
a Bachelor of Arts in Human Development Family Studies from Abilene Christian University.
She is a clinical member of the American Counseling Association. Annie is a Licensed
Professional Counselor and an LPC Supervisor in the state of Texas. She is able to
work with students struggling with many issues commonly faced on college campuses,
including depression, anxiety, loneliness, academic concerns, relationship issues,
disordered eating, and substance use. She also recognizes that many students enter
college with previous hurts and stressors that can be exacerbated by the added stress
of the college experience. Seeking help during the transition can be a life-changing
decision in which she would love to come alongside and offer support.
||Rebekah Morrow, M.Ed., LPC Intern, is a 2007 graduate of Concordia University Texas with a Bachelors in Education.
She spent 8 years teaching elementary and middle school in both the public and private
(LCMS) sectors. She graduated from TAMU-Central Texas in 2015 with a Masters of Education
in Counseling. She is a Licensed Professional Counselor Intern in the state of Texas
and a member of the American Counseling Association. She feels called to this position
and is excited to begin this phase of her life as a counselor at Concordia. She is
able to counsel students struggling with many of the challenges commonly faced during
college life. She hopes to be able to assist students in achieving their goals and
support them in this endeavor.
||Rhea Ann Spiegel is the Administrative Assistant for Student Support Services and also the Testing
Center Coordinator. She has served at CTX for 6 years and is a vital member of Student
Support Services as well as the larger CTX community. Rhea Ann has a Bachelors in
Education from the University of Texas. Rhea Ann taught middle school math for eleven
years, ten of which were in the LCMS system. She also brings ten years of experience
in retail and customer service. She enjoys working with CTX students and assisting
them in order to achieve their goals academically, socially, emotionally, and spiritually.
Rhea Ann can assist students seeking to make an appointment for counseling if Annie
is unavailable. Her office is conveniently located in the Library, office F-216.