Mary K. Wright is a Provisionally Licensed Professional Counselor. She earned her Bachelor’s Degree in Child and Family Studies from LSU, and went on to attain a Master’s Degree in Counseling from New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary.
Mary began working as a substitute school counselor to the middle school and high school divisions at Parkview Baptist School. Currently, she works part-time in private practice at Baton Rouge Counseling Associates and full-time as an Academic Counselor at LSU. Mary helps equip students for their college careers through individual meetings, academic planning, and workshops.
Mary has worked with clients through stage-of-life transitions, divorce, grief, anxiety, depression, family issues, stress, and managing low self-esteem. Mary’s therapy style is to be genuine, straightforward, and she utilizes humor and pop culture references, often. She strives to create a non-judgmental space open for anyone who decides to take the courageous step of pursuing therapy.
Mary utilizes cognitive-behavioral therapy, emotion-focused therapy, and strengths-based therapy to approach counseling. In her spare time, Mary enjoys hanging out with her family—especially her dog—and friends, participating in her church, and indoor rock climbing.