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Community Counseling Program Counselors

Our team of licensed mental health practitioners provides accessible and affordable behavioral health care where you live, work and learn.
Photo of Caprice Hollis, Counselor with the Methodist Hospital Community Counseling Program

Caprice Hollis, PLMHP, PCMSW

Caprice Hollis, PLMHP, PCMSW, grew up with a strong desire to help others – especially those facing hardships.

“I was introduced to mental health awareness when I attended my first suicide awareness charity walk at age 10,” she said. “Right then and there, I knew I wanted to work in a profession where I could help people overcome their behavioral and mental health challenges.”

As a counselor with the Methodist Hospital Community Counseling Program, Hollis is passionate about advocating for clients with intellectual disabilities as well as survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault and human trafficking. She often uses cognitive behavioral therapy and motivational interviewing in her counseling sessions, which are always infused with The Meaning of Care.

“To me, that means displaying decency, kindness and dedication,” she said. “Anyone can get into a job and do it. But it takes a special person to genuinely care about the work they’re doing and the impact they’re having on clients.”
In fact, it’s her impact on clients that she finds most fulfilling.

“I once had a client tell me that she had never felt as encouraged from anyone else to do things that she was always afraid to do. She said that I made her realize her inner power, and that made me feel wonderful.”
In her free time, Hollis rescues and fosters animals. She enjoys riding her motorcycle, studying robotics, and taking apart and building computers and other electronics.