Meet Our Team


Our Team

Bridget Jowid


Sometimes the journeys we are on require us to pause, seek support, and discover a greater understanding and awareness of ourselves, our families, and our community. We are presented with the challenge to make meaning out of our life situations and discover or create new options. I believe counseling allows us to better understand ourselves so we can recognize and identify new possibilities and options that promote a healthier and happier life.



Prior to becoming a Licensed Professional Counselor and Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, I had over fifteen years of experience working with individuals and families who have experienced trauma and disability. I understand how life challenges can impact an individual, a couple, and a family’s journey.



I respect, value, and work with the variations of human experiences across the life span.  I work with adolescents and adults.  I specialize in relational challenges and counsel individuals, couples or the entire family system. My specialty skills include working with trauma, anxiety, depression, and relational disturbances.  I am certified in EMDR® (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing); an advanced trainer in Neuroptimal® Neurofeedback, a Senior Trainer for Safe Conversations®, a facilitator and professional trainer for Prepare/Enrich® and trained in Emotion-Focused Therapy.



Let me help you strengthen your relationships with yourself and others and find hope again.



*No Occupational Therapy Services are provided at this site

*Shannon Carl


About Me
People often say they want to make changes in their life but find the change process to
be more difficult and complicated than anticipated. The therapeutic relationship is a
unique collaboration that helps you to learn about yourself though insight (cognitive/”a-
ha!”) and awareness (somatic/experiential). When you begin to know yourself -and to
accept yourself – change can happen.



Research indicates that the relationship between the client and the therapist is the most
significant predictor of successful outcomes in therapy. Accordingly, I prioritize attending
to the quality of our therapeutic relationship as I draw heavily from evidence-based
treatments that are attachment-focused, emotion-focused, trauma-informed, and
attentive to political and systemic dynamics. More specifically, I have training in
Emotionally Focused Therapy for Individuals and Couples, Gottman Method for
Couples, and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, and Somatic Experiencing. These
evidence-based modalities, when experienced within the container of our therapeutic
relationship, strengthen and empower people facing challenges that arise from life
transitions, loss, grief, abuse, trauma, as well as the cumulative toll of our modern



Education, Training, and Relevant Experience
I hold a MS in clinical mental health counseling from Tarleton State University, a
member of the Texas A&M University system, and a MS and BS in education from
Baylor University where my academic focus was community wellness and public health
promotion. In addition to my work in psychotherapy, I was an adjunct faculty member for
Baylor University’s Department of Public Health from 2001-2022. During this time, I
taught courses that focused on the human condition in all its complexity like Stress
Management, Health and Human Behavior, Human Diseases, Epidemiology, and
Human Sexuality.


It’s been said that I was on the road to becoming a therapist before I knew it, and I can’t
disagree! I am deeply satisfied to participate in my clients’ change process, and I
welcome any further questions you have about me or my practice.
My professional resources and skills are not limited to the counseling room and the
classroom. I enjoy opportunities to engage the community, and I am happy to adapt
academic presentations to fit your group’s needs.

Lucy Keith

Master's Level Intern

Lucy Keith is currently a Master’s Level Intern completing her graduate Degree in Counseling from Southern Methodist University. She holds a Degree in Public Relations from The University of Texas in Austin, where she was also a student-athlete lettering four years on Women’s Varsity Soccer Team. Her formal counseling education, clinical experience, and a decade of developing transferable skills in another client service industry has prepared her to counsel adults, adolescents, couples, families, and groups.  Lucy is a facilitator for Prepare & Enrich® to support pre engagement, pre marriage, and seasoned couples.  She utilizes other relational tools such as Safe Conversations®.  Lucy is also trained in NeurOptimal® neurofeedback.  


Lucy loves working with clients experiencing family and relational conflict, grief and loss, life transitions, anxiety and depression, and women’s issues, including prenatal and post-partum. Lucy also enjoys exploring interpersonal topics with her clients, including self-concept and self- esteem; values and passions; purpose and meaning; emotional regulation; and achieving optimal mental and physical performance.


Lucy believes our thoughts, emotions and behaviors make sense within the systems we live in (e.g. family, friendships, romantic relationships, workplace, sports team, teammates). Together, she helps clients explore their struggles in the context of their relationships, increasing self-awareness and awareness of dysfunctional patterns and agreements to begin identifying and incorporating positive changes to promote overall satisfaction, health, and wellbeing. 


Lucy cares deeply about people and their unique stories. She cultivates a safe, warm environment for her clients and serves them with acceptance, empathy, curiosity, and appropriate humor so they not only benefit from but enjoy the therapeutic relationship.

Navi Kaur

Master's Level Intern

Navi Kaur is currently a Master’s Level Intern completing her graduate degree
in Counseling from Southern Methodist University. She holds a Bachelor’s
degree in Software Engineering and a Master’s degree in Business. Her eight
years of industry experience, life experience, and formal graduate education
allows her to bring a well-rounded approach to counseling when working with

adolescents, adults, couples, families, and groups. Navi is trained in Neuroptimal® neurofeedback and relational tools such as Safe Conversations®.  Navi is also a facilitator for Prepare & Enrich® to support pre engagement, pre marriage, and seasoned couples.  

Through her own counseling experience and her education, Navi has learned

that often individuals do not think they have many choices available to them or
they have limiting beliefs that inhibit them from trying to go after their dreams.
Navi is passionate about helping others take control of their lives so they can
have the life they truly desire.


Navi believes that a strong therapeutic relationship is essential to the
counseling process. Therefore, she focuses on safety, empathy, authenticity,
and a collaborative approach when working with clients. Navi will work
alongside you to identify your thinking patterns that are no longer serving you,
challenge negative assumptions, and explore core beliefs to create a new
narrative that aligns with your goals better. Her areas of interests include
anxiety, depression, relational counseling (friends, family, partners, or co-
workers), career counseling, life transitions, bicultural struggles, and self-
esteem issues.  Navi is trilingual in English, Hindi, and Punjabi.

Nicole Anderson

Director of Communications

Nicole Anderson is the Director of Communications here at PATH Counseling and Wellness. She brings over 20 years experience in the business communications arena. Nicole has one goal and that is to make sure everyone receives the attention and insight PATH has to offer.
Prior to joining PATH, Nicole was Delivery Lead for a multi-site project management and resource deployment firm where she supported clients with the development, transformation, and maintenance of their physical sites.Nicole graduated from Saint Mary’s College with a degree in Business Communications and has been married to her husband for over 20 years.  She is available to connect with you today on your journey with PATH Counseling and Wellness.
Email Nicole with questions, concerns, or comments at
*Independently licensed therapists, who office at PATH Counseling and Wellness, are solely responsible for the services they provide and operate as independent practitioners.  No partnerships are implied by the content of this website.

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