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Shannon Holder, MA, LPC

Shannon Holder earned his Bachelor’s degree from Thomas Edison University, Trenton, New Jersey. He received his Master of Arts from the University of Houston-Victoria. Shannon is a Licensed Professional Counselor. He is employed as a counselor with the Goliad Special Educational Cooperative in Goliad, Texas, and serves Reclamation Counseling Center as a therapist as his schedule permits.

He has over 20 years of experience working with special needs youth both in the school and private setting. Shannon specializes in adolescents and young adults.

Wendy Holder, M.Ed, LPC-S, LCDC

When individuals experience severe stress, trauma, and/or loss, life tends to unravel and become difficult to manage.  I am dedicated to seeing people rise above their circumstances and become who they were created to be.  I use an integrated approach to therapy incorporating my faith in God while utilizing a variety of techniques including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Cognitive Processing Therapy, stress management, anxiety reduction, communication skills, anger management, and establishing healthy boundaries to bring about healing, hope, and restoration to individuals who have faced or are facing life trials.  

I have been practicing since 2008 and feel blessed to walk in my calling to help others every day.  I enjoy working with Veterans to overcome trauma, teens to deal with overwhelming issues they face today, individuals to discover who they are and recover from a variety of life situations, and couples to restore faith and love in their marriage. 

I am a Licensed Professional Counselor-Supervisor (LPC-S) in the state of Texas and am available to provide clinical supervision to recent graduates.  During supervision we will address case consultation, ethics, documentation, counseling skills and more.  I have a BS in Psychology and a M.Ed. in Counseling. I am also a Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselor (LCDC). 



Shelby Rodgers, MA, LPC

I’m passionate about helping individual adults and teens find their happiness and overcome current and past difficulties in their lives through faith-based counseling. As an eclectic therapist we will utilize multiple theories and techniques to personalize a treatment plan that caters to each client’s individual and specific needs.

Our first session will focus on building rapport. Come as yourself, leaving judgment and shame at the threshold of the therapeutic room. As we get to know each other we will start to identify key areas of difficulty and work together to come up with goals that can help you reach the best you there is.

I believe in working together to set doable goals and building a rock solid foundation that will be able to sustain you in the long run.  I will be with you through the whole process and together we can get you to the best you.


John Lenihan, MA, LPC-S

John Lenihan has a Bachelor of Arts degree in Sociology (1964) and a Master of Arts in Counseling and Guidance (1975). He is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) and a Licensed Professional Counselor-Supervisor (LPC-S) in the state of Texas. He is accepting interns who are striving to become licensed professional counselors.

John has practiced counseling since 2008. He has worked at Reclamation Center for five years. In addition to his counseling career, he is a retired career USAF officer and a former licensed Nursing Home Administrator for 24 years. He works primarily with adults and couples but has had clients as young as 11.

John is an avid reader of psychology books seeking the latest in therapeutic ideas to provide his clients with evidence-based, cutting-edge therapy. His focus is on adults who have experienced early childhood or adolescent trauma and may now suffer from depression, anxiety, chronic pain, and autoimmune diseases.


April Trevino, LPC

April received her Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology and her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from the University of Houston-Victoria. She has 10 years of experience providing social-emotional and behavioral counseling to youth and adolescents. 

While her main theoretical model is Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, April uses a multi-modal approach when helping youth and adolescents navigate their stages of development. She understands that an individual and personalized path works best when serving youth. She is currently working towards her Registered Play Therapist license and offers a variety of play therapy techniques including music, art, and sand tray.

Personal Note: Listening is the greatest gift you can give others. I am passionate about helping youth and adolescents develop self-awareness and social skills to empower them to use their voices in an appropriate way and achieve success in the classroom, at home, and beyond. I will partner with you and your child to strengthen communication, cooperation, and resilience within your family unit. Please call me today to make an appointment.

Carol Wendel, LPC

I graduated from Oral Robert’s University with a Master of Arts in Professional Counseling in 2020. Since 2018, I have provided emotional and behavioral therapy and interventions working at an Autism Therapy Center, Residential Treatment Center, and at Gulf Bend Center for four years providing Diagnostic assessments, Crisis Intervention, and training staff on Trauma Informed Care. I am excited to provide more one on one therapy and build therapeutic relationships with my clients.

I utilize multi-theoretical approaches to therapy depending on the clients needs. Reaching out for therapy and help is difficult enough. When you come into the office you will feel validated, welcomed, and provided a calm and safe space to talk about what difficulties you are experiencing. I believe in a Client Centered approach to therapy, so we will create goals however it will be done at the clients own pace.

Clients will take away improved self confidence, tools to cope and tackle life’s difficulties, and feel empowered. I love to make my clients feel heard, seen, and meeting my clients where they are in life.


Margie Van Cleave, LPC-S

Margie has had a career spanning three decades in Brazoria County. She has worked in education, clinical therapy, supervision, and various non-profit organizations. Margie has a deep commitment to her community and her faith, actively volunteering at her church offering her time and support. She has two amazing children which she raised as a single mother. Margie is an inclusive, nonjudgmental, and imaginative professional who is dedicated to promoting your overall well-being and vitality.

Margie embraces a warm and respectful approach to therapy, considering it a privilege to listen to your story and accompany you on your personal journey. Margie is well-versed in various counseling methods and tailors her approach to each client’s unique needs and desires. Among the techniques she employs are Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), mindfulness, faith-based approaches, and solution-focused therapy.

Clients can anticipate leaving therapy with a renewed sense of hope, concrete plans, and effective tools to help them achieve their goals. Margie strives to empower individuals, enabling them to move forward with peace and confidence. Throughout the therapeutic process, clients can trust that their voices will be heard and their well-being prioritized. Margie particularly enjoys working with teens and adults grappling with loss, trauma, abuse, violence, eating disorders, and chronic illness.

Amber Martinez, Counselor Intern

I believe in creating a safe, nonjudgmental space for my clients, and I value people from all cultural backgrounds and walks of life. I approach treatment with flexibility so that each unique person’s needs and desires are met. Most of all, I am passionate about empowering people to grow, change, and succeed.

Amber Martinez is a licensed Counselor Intern (CI) supervised by Wendy Holder (LPC-S). Amber received her Bachelor of Science in Psychology from the University of Houston-Victoria in 2020 and is now working on completing a Master of Arts in Forensic Psychology at the University of Houston-Victoria. Once she graduates, she plans to pursue further licensure and become a Licensed Professional Counselor-Associate (LPC-A). She now works in our Substance Abuse Treatment Program counseling adults who face addiction.


Reanna Torres – Office Manager

Reanna handles all our scheduling and insurance verification.  She is very familiar with all our therapist including their specialties, qualities, availability, and schedule.  She will be happy to speak with you to ensure you are placed with the therapist that is a good fit for your needs and circumstances, helping you get started in your journey. 

Reanna started at Reclamation Counseling Center in 2010 as a Homemaker. After the Homemaking Program, Reanna worked on special projects for RCC. In 2016, she started part-time as an Administrative Assistant. In October 2020, Reanna became the Office Manager.

Reanna has a Bachelor of Science from Brigham Young University.

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  • 506 Glascow Street,
  • Victoria, TX 77904
  • US

  • 506 Glascow Street,
  • Victoria, TX 77904
  • US

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