Raziya Chase

Licensed Professional Counselor Associate


Individual Counseling | Depression

Populations Served:

Individual | Family

Hello! I’m Raziya

Licensed Professional Counselor Associate

Raziya Chase received her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and Masters of Professional Counseling from East Texas Baptist University. Throughout her work with clients, she is dedicated to helping others acknowledge and embrace their own power and strength. She has a passion for working with individuals that suffer from depression, anxiety, and survivors of trauma. Despite those interests, she looks forward to working and learning from clients from every walk of life.

Although a native of the Dallas-Fort Worth area, Raziya currently lives in Forney, Texas. In her free time, she loves to cook, travel, listen to music, watch sports, and play videogames. She enjoys helping others learn about their mental health and is driven to decrease the stigma around mental health care, especially among marginalized populations.

Approach & Values

Raziya’s approach to counseling involves viewing each client as social and capable beings. Throughout the counseling process, Raziya helps clients pinpoint how they would like to change and how that change could affect significant relationships. The therapy utilized to address these concerns is referred to as Adlerian therapy.

In addition, Raziya values the establishment of a strong client-counselor relationship that is built on trust and openness. As a result, clients can expect to have their issues discussed without fear of being judged or misunderstood. Also, a vital part of her counseling process includes evaluating and expanding client strengths. These values were strengthened as Raziya worked with various populations including teenagers, members of the LGBTQIA+ community, and survivors of trauma. Although clients attend counseling to address what is going wrong in their life, Raziya firmly believes every client can make positive changes based on their unique strengths.


  • Survivors of Trauma
  • Depression
  • Grief
  • Anxiety

Populations Served

  • Adolescents
  • Individuals
  • Family
  • Groups