Hayley Viter, Administrative Assistant
Hi, my name is Hayley Viter. I graduated from the University of Houston-Clear Lake with a B.S in Psychology and am currently a graduate student at Walden University for Clinical Mental Health Counseling. I am originally a southern California girl, but Texas now has my heart. In my spare time I enjoy serving at church, horseback riding and kayaking.
Mental health matters to me because, though you cannot physically see it, it can hurt more than any physical pain one might experience. Therefore, it is important for people to feel heard and understand they are not struggling alone. Vulnerability is a beautiful thing when practiced correctly.
To have hope is “to want an outcome that makes your life better in some way.” Hope motivates us to keep moving forward when it feels impossible. Hope gives us eyes to see the bigger picture. Hope is a mindset, and if we wear it, our families, our friends, our communities can grow as we seek to grow.