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Andi Thacker

Assistant Professor of Biblical Counseling

BS, Texas Tech University, 2003; MABC, Dallas Theological Seminary, 2006; PhD, University of North Texas, 2010

In addition to her teaching responsibilities at DTS, Dr. Thacker maintains a small private practice in which she specializes with children and adolescents and supervises LPC-Interns. Dr. Thacker's clinical experience includes working as an inpatient program therapist for the Minirth Christian Program, serving on a mobile crisis outreach team conducting suicide risk assessments, working as a church counselor, and conducting child and adolescent psychoeducational assessments. Dr. Thacker is a Licensed Professional Counselor, a Board Approved Supervisor, a Registered Play Therapist, a Nationally Certified Counselor, and a Certified Crisis Worker by the American Association of Suicidology.

Andi Thacker
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214-923-2255
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  1. Thacker, Andi, "Research in counseling: A 10-year review to inform practice." Journal of Counseling and Development Summer 2011, no. 89 (2011). 349-359.

Academic Interests

  • Teaching areas of Play Therapy
  • Filial Therapy
  • Human Development
  • Integrating Expressive Arts in the Therapeutic Process

Personal Interests

  • Family activities (married with two children)
  • Spending time with family
  • Playing the guitar
  • Antiquing
  • Re-finishing old furniture

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