camille charlery

master’s student in counseling

supervised by sandra davis, psyd

My name is Camille Charlery, and I am a practicum student, working toward my master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Lamar University. I also received a master’s in Communication in the field of Social and Human Sciences from the Sorbonne-Nouvelle Paris III. I have worked as Education Liaison at a specialized Partial Hospitalization Program and Intensive Outpatient Program.

I have had experience providing services to families, children, and adolescents from ages 5 to 18 with behavioral health concerns such as anxiety, depression, and Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD).I have provided crisis intervention and prevention, as well as social skills training and adjustment related to anger and divorce. I have conducted Mental Health Status assessments and provided assistance with group skills while collaborating with school counselors, teachers, and administration to implement behavioral management plans. I am dedicated to creating a nurturing and safe environment while engaging clients in a supportive manner.

I currently work as a Vocational Rehabilitation Counselor assisting students and young adults with disabilities, from age 14 to 22, transition from High School to post-secondary education, vocational school, or employment. I provide practical tools to them and their parents, focusing on career and college counseling, as well as guidance on how to manage mental health and self-advocacy on campus. I am well-versed in the rules and challenges related to Special Education IEPs, 504 plans, and ARD meetings.

I recognize the importance of diversity in cultures, beliefs, experiences, and goals. I am committed to meeting clients where they are and understanding their unique and individual challenges. I love working with Third Culture adolescents and adults, immigrants, international students, siblings, families, and young adults in general.

Camille works out of ROCC’s McKinney office. To schedule an appointment with her, please call 469-772-0948 or email ROCC's McKinney office at