Caroline Sahba, LPC-S, LCDC, MBA
Caroline is the Assistant Director of the Counseling and Mental Health Center, overseeing the Substance Use and Recovery Services unit. She has a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from the University of Texas at San Antonio and a Master’s degree in Education in Counseling from Texas Christian University. She also received her MBA – Health Care Emphasis from TCU in December 2020. Caroline has a passion for students in recovery and recovery advocacy. She supports the Collegiate Recovery Community for students in Recovery from Substance Use Disorder and consults for other peer support communities at TCU.
Caroline is a Licensed Professional Counselor-Supervisor (LPC-S) and utilizes motivational interviewing and solution-focused techniques while striving for a collaborative effort between counselor and student to identify and/or strengthen current skills necessary for future resolutions. Her areas of specialty include working with adolescents and young adults, relationships and family dynamics, resiliency, substance use, recovery, and relapse prevention. Before joining the Counseling Center team at TCU, Caroline worked as a Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselor (LCDC) at a residential substance use treatment facility for adolescents in Dallas, TX.
Joe LeConte, M. Ed., LCDC
Joe has a Bachelor’s degree in Moving Image Arts from the College of Santa Fe and a Master’s degree in Education in Counseling from Texas Christian University. Joe is a Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselor (LCDC) and uses both motivational interviewing and solution-focused techniques to connect with students. Joe cares deeply about helping students to overcome the stresses and difficulties that come during their time in college and believes the most meaningful work occurs when he can understand the client’s point of view. During his time as a graduate student, Joe worked with residential adolescent clients dealing with substance use issues in a residential treatment facility in Dallas, TX. Joe is also the leader of the supportive gaming community at TCU, where he utilizes tabletop roleplaying games to help students deal with anxiety, loneliness, and a lack of connectedness.
In addition to working with Substance Use and Recovery Services, Joe works as the Audio/Visual Coordinator for Student Affairs. Prior to joining TCU he worked in the film and television industry as a special effects technician. Joe has also worked with multiple theater groups, touring music productions and production companies as a musician, lighting designer, and sound technician. Joe’s wide background gives him a chance to connect with TCU’s diverse student population.