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John Randall

LPC Associate – Supervised by Lisa Lamey, MEd, LPC-S


John Randall, LPC Associate

John Randall

LPC Associate – Supervised by Lisa Lamey, MEd, LPC-S


Mental Health Specialties

  • Issues facing first responders
  • Trauma
  • Depression
  • Anxiety

It's hard to know the truth anymore.

The media will tell you what to fear and who to blame. Politics is as divisive and polarizing as I have ever seen. Social media paints a picture of someone’s perfect life yet yours is messy and complicated. We don’t know what is real because we are not told the truth all the time.

I think that we long for someone to look us in the eye and tell us the truth.

That’s what a good counselor does. They will listen on purpose. They will reflect to you honest, truthful, observations. The idea is to help you find answers to all the confusing noise.

A depressed first responder sitting in the back on an ambulance

I have spent my whole adult life as a First Responder.

I have been in the Fire Service for 30 years. I spent 35 years in the Army and Air Force National Guard. I know this world and the people in it. We have shared experiences and similar language. I also enjoy getting to hear young people’s stories about the troubles that they face because I have been there too and I can relate.

Areas of focus

I am a Licensed Professional Counselor in Texas. My education and professional background give me a unique and effective approach to counseling. I work to provide clients with tailored treatment plans that can be integrated into their daily lives.

I have a master’s level education in clinical mental health counseling and an undergrad-level degree in psychology.

In my years in uniform, I held many different leadership positions. I started in the Fire Department, then put on the Diamond to become First Sergeant. When I moved up to the Wing Staff, I became a Human Resource Advisor.

Who I am out of the office

When I am not working, I love to paint and draw. I have been doing that my entire life. I enjoy sitting alone in the living room and figuring out new songs and playing the guitar and banjo. I have learned that I enjoy creative writing as well.

I am a worker, so you won’t see me in front of a TV too much. I want to be outside working on the lawn or in my shop restoring old things back to something new and interesting.

A black woman sitting and crying

What are your mental health goals?

My counseling approach is using my active listening skills to understand the entire worldview of anyone sitting across from me. Schedule an appointment with me to bridge the gap between today’s problems and tomorrow’s goals.