Audrey Futrell, Psy.D.
Audrey Futrell recently graduated with her doctorates in Clinical Psychology from Capella University (June 2019). She is currently a post-doctoral resident. Additionally, Audrey is a licensed professional counselor (LPC) and a licensed chemical dependency counselor (LCDC). She has a considerable breadth of experience in multiple clinical settings. Audrey enjoys working with adolescents (13+), adults, and geriatric populations. She obtained both her Bachelors and Masters Degrees at Liberty University in Lynchburg, Virginia where Audrey began her career assisting teen mothers with education, parent training and observation of developmental milestones for Child Abuse Prevention Services.
She has an innate ability to connect with teens and has worked with at-risk youth successfully at Texans Can Academy. She served as the adolescent Youth Program Manager at Sundance Behavioral Hospital and then transitioned into the inpatient Clinical Director position providing crisis stabilization services, support for substance abuse, grief, depression, anxiety, self-harm and other acute mental illnesses.
Audrey has spent several years working with adult and geriatric populations in acute inpatient, intensive outpatient (IOP), and outpatient settings. She enjoys working with those who struggle with chemical dependency (CD) issues and successfully ran a chemical dependency intensive outpatient program (CD-IOP) helping people with addictions in addition to depression, trauma, PTSD, Bipolar disorder, disabilities, schizophrenia as well as complex grief.
Audrey’s approach is firmly grounded in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and Rational Emotive Behavioral Therapy (REBT). Many individuals utilize the Dialectic Behavioral Therapy (DBT) practices offered to help with emotional regulation. Audrey offers some seasoning of psychodynamic in the therapy session to enhance the flavor of self-discovery. How one thinks strongly impacts feelings and consequent behaviors. Our journey will help you identifying core beliefs; determining their accuracy is often the beginning of significant changes and developing effective ways of dealing with life’s challenges.
Audrey is now a post-doctoral resident in clinical psychology and is supervised by Betty Brune PhD, LP #25235.
Audrey offers late afternoon, some evenings/night, and weekend (Sunday) appointments.
2115 Stephens Place Suite 410-E
New Braunfels, TX 78130
Credentials for TX: Post-Doctoral Resident supervised by Betty Brune PhD, LP (#25235); LPC #69730; LCDC #12817
Masters of Arts in Professional Counseling at Liberty University; Lynchburg, Virginia
Psy.D. at Capella University; Clinical Psychology; Minneapolis, Minnesota
Betty J. Brune, Ph.D.
Dr. Brune specializes in administering psychological evaluations for children, adolescents and young adults. She is a licensed Psychologist and a Licensed Specialist in School Psychology and has been conducting psychological assessments and treatment plans to provide information for diagnostic clarification, treatment, placement and recommendations. She has provided this service for 28 years in a variety of setting such as school, clinics, and non- profit agencies.
Important and helpful to understand is that a diagnostic evaluation can provide information on emotional, behavioral, developmental and learning difficulties that can help to formulate treatment plans to promote a more positive result.
Dr. Brune is bilingual (Spanish) and is familiar with school district criteria for Special Education Services.
Children (6 to 10)
Adolescent/Teenagers (14 to 19)
Types of Therapy
Psychological Testing & Evaluation
Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
Years in Practice: 28 years
School: University of Texas at Austin
Year Graduated: 1989
License and State: 25235 Texas