The Greenbranch is proud to introduce a partnership with Wells Counseling Services, PLLC. Jim and I first met David Wells 7 years ago when the Counseling Center from Houston , First Baptist Church , came to The Greenbranch for a day retreat. This summer David and his family moved to Bryan/ College Station to open a counseling practice in Aggieland. Having done his undergraduate studies at A&M , he and his wife, Nicole, are excited about returning to the area and raising their family here. David is trained for individual, family, premarital ,marital counseling and has a heart for father-son relationships and missionary care. His complete bio and references can be found on the link to his website listed below.
David R. Wells, MAMFC, LPC-Supervisor
I desire to see God’s restoration in relationships. My interest in premarital and marital counseling is a God-given passion, but He has also given me a heart for father-son relationships, spiritual formation and for missionary care. God has moved my love of the outdoors, especially the mountains, into a desire to use the creative combination of hiking, spiritual formation and missions to bring honor to Him by reaching others for Christ.
David is available for individual, family, premarital and marital counseling services. He is trained and experienced in Family Systems theory, Biblical Counseling, Cognitive-Behavioral, Spiritual Formation and Solution-Focused counseling with focus on facilitating growth and healing among those seeking help with a broad range of personal, spiritual and interpersonal issues.
Licensed Professional Counselor and Supervisor
Founder of Wells Counseling Services, Houston, Texas
Associate Minister of Counseling Services, Houston’s First Baptist Church
Director, Promises Community Ministries and Counseling Center
Undergraduate Studies: Texas A&M University
Masters in Marriage and Family Counseling, Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, 1997
Masters in Religious Education, Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, 1997
Certifications in Spiritual Formation and Appreciative Inquiry