Mariah Gilmore, LPCC


Mariah Gilmore graduated from Arizona State University with her bachelor’s degree in psychology in 2019 and received her master’s degree in counseling psychology from Texas Woman’s University in 2023. Mariah completed two years of her practicum training at Texas Woman’s Counseling Center where she worked with a diverse population of traditional and nontraditionally aged college students to provide individual and group therapy services. Mariah utilizes an integrated strengths-based therapy model often incorporating Feminist-Multicultural, Cognitive Behavioral therapy, Acceptance and Commitment therapy and Narrative therapy theories to meet the client where they are at in their personal journey toward healing. She strives to work collaboratively with her clients toward a healthier and more connected experience of life.

Mariah has special interest in anxiety, depression, mood disorders, relational distress, LGBTQ+ concerns, trauma, and concerns around major life transitions (entering/leaving college, transitioning into adulthood, coping with a change in ability status). Mariah enjoys working with a diverse population of folks with significant experience with college age women of color and those in LGBTQIA community. Mariah strongly values inclusion, diversity, and connection! She is an advocate for marginalized populations inside and outside of her therapy work. Mariah recognizes the strength and vulnerability it takes to pursue therapy. She strives to create a collaborative and empowering environment that honors the client’s values and personal experiences.

In her spare time Mariah enjoys creative writing, crafting, getting lost in fantasy novels, and spending time with her cat!