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MacKenzie Enderwitz, M.A., LMFT


University of Houston-Clear Lake

Professional Interests

I have experience (and love) working with college students in several different clinical settings. I have a particular passion for working with students presenting with: LGBTQIA+ identities, suicidality, romantic relationship concerns, neurodiversity, relational and sexual trauma, women’s issues, and identity development.

Theoretical Orientation

Perhaps a bit cliché, but I believe that therapy should be a collaborative experience. You know you better than I ever will, so it makes the most sense to work as a team. I am a big believer in creating an environment that feels safe and promotes authenticity. My theoretical style comes predominantly from an Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) framework with an emphasis on multicultural and systems perspectives (i.e., how the people and system structures around you influence your mental health, identity development, and ability to navigate the world).

Personal Interests

Most weekends you will find me either cuddling on the couch with my dog, (pc) gaming with my friends, binge-watching an anime, or starting some kind of craft project. I also love attending concerts (alternative/rock/metal music, please!) and trying out new recipes.