Ph.D., LMFT, LPC
Location:Arizona, United States
- Workshop Presenter
- Multicultural Couples
- Art & Science of Love
Dr. Drew is a Certified Gottman Therapist, a Bringing Baby Home Educator, and has received specialized training in Gottman Marathon Couples Therapy and offers a “Love Lab” experience for couples in Charlotte, NC. Additionally, she earned her Ph.D. in marriage therapy and has 15 years of experience working with couples. She presents the Art & Science of Love Workshop three times a year with her husband and fellow Certified Gottman Therapist, Dr. George Bitar.
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Dr. Faith Drew is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT) in Arizona, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Texas and a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) and LPC Supervisor in Texas and has been providing individual and couples therapy nearly 20 years. She earned her Master’s degree in Marriage and Family Therapy at Abilene Christian University and her Doctoral degree from Texas Tech University.
She is the former EAP Director of a private Employee Assistance Program where she managed clinical operations, led a team of clinicians and support staff, and consulted on critical incident responses.
She spent time in academia, helping to create a Marriage and Family Therapy Master’s Program and earn the COAMFTE Accreditation designation. In addition, she helped establish the on-site training clinic, which provided therapy at a reduced cost for the community.
Currently, she co-owns two private practices with offices in North Carolina and Arizona with her husband, and fellow Certified Gottman Therapist, Dr. George Bitar, LMFT. In addition to running operations and managing a team for both Connect Couples Therapy, PLLC, specializing in couples therapy, and In Session Psychotherapy, PLLC, specializing in working with individuals using EMDR, she co-presents The Art & Science of Love Weekend Workshop for Couples with her husband and offers couples intensives at her office in Arizona.
She believes in promoting and modeling vulnerability and growth and uses an evidence-based method to improve clinical skills called Deliberate Practice. She values the use of recorded sessions and regularly watches sessions and reviews performance skills – the best musicians, artists, Olympians, and athletes must watch their performance and practice before their main event. She believes as clinicians, we should too.
She has been married for 19-years and is a mom to a 5-year-year old daughter and 10-year-old Westie. She loves traveling, is a foodie-at-heart, can speak Spanish and is learning French.
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