Candace Runaas, MS, LMFT
15555 Kuykendahl Road, Suite 318A
Houston, Texas 77090
Candace is a marriage and family therapist who enjoys presenting at workshops, state and local conferences, and other events to discuss, teach, and explore systemic and psychotherapy concepts and topics, and to facilitate theoretical, ethical, and philosophical inquiry of ideas related to psychotherapy, the practice of psychotherapy, and education.
She is also the School Director for Xavier Academy at The Woodlands campus. Her primary interest for the school is to cultivate and promote a space in which collaborative-dialogical practices are welcome and practiced in the context of learning and education.
In 2017, after receiving her Masters Degree in Psychology from Our Lady of the Lake University, Candace enrolled in the International Certificate of Collaborative Practices (ICCP) program at Houston Galveston Institute. After completion of this certification, she accepted an invitation from HGI to participate in the next ICCP cohort as a ‘Train the Trainer’ to further develop her skills and knowledge of collaborative-dialogical practices for use in a variety of contexts.
Candace also operates a private practice in the northwest Houston area, and is currently an AAMFT Approved Supervisor candidate.