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***Currently NOT accepting new therapy clients***

The Therapeutic Approach

We will work on as much or as little as you choose to. I am an interactive systemic therapist who desires to help bring healing to the whole-person using techniques from various clinical approaches including family systems theory, cognitive behavioral, REBT, strategic, solution-focused, Gestalt, existential and positive psychology. I want to work with you in a team approach to meet your goals for treatment and will look at your issues from a perspective that examines your mental, emotional, behavioral, social and spiritual situations.

I believe that each area of a person’s life can affect them and therefore, each area should be explored, as applicable and desired. As we work on your therapy goals, I will consider your medical history and physical health, your social life, your work life, how you handle emotions and your thought processes, as well as behaviors. I also explore the spiritual side of you because ultimately, we will live what we believe. If you believe you are worthless, you will live that way. But if you truly believe you have great worth and have hope for your life, you will live that as well. And although I am a follower of Jesus by faith and practice and can offer Biblical/Christian counseling as a part of the therapeutic process, I also treat clients of all walks of life and faith. I will honor you where you are in your spiritual journey.

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I have been treating therapy clients in private practice for over 20 years. I am honored to be chosen and trusted by my clients to help them heal and overcome various difficulties in life. 

Over the years, I have worked with nearly every kind of trauma and the aftermath that follows. This led me to specializing in trauma recovery, eating disorders and relationships.

In fact, most of my background, training and experience are focused on helping people come into wholeness in the area of relationships with other people, with themselves and/or with God.

I no longer see couples in therapy unless there is a diagnosed mental illness in one partner and it is the focus of care. Otherwise, all couples, marriage or family issues relating to communication, conflict, etc. is addressed in private coaching, group programs or retreats. For more information, see the Coaching page.

Clinical Therapeutic Offerings

Children (Ages 6 and up)

School issues, behavior problems, discipline, AD/HD, poor social skills, bullying, trauma, eating disorders, mood disorders.

Adolescents

School issues, peer/social problems, drug/alcohol abuse, acting out behaviors, abuse/trauma, depression, anxiety, self-harm issues, eating disorders, body image, self-esteem.

Individual Adults

Depression, anxiety, abuse/trauma, unresolved issues, lack of boundaries, addictions, eating disorders, anger issues, work issues, low self-worth, chronic pain or other medical issues, grief and loss, job issues.

Athletes

Performance issues due to eating disorders, exercise addiction, body image issues, mental illness.

New Clients

1. To book your first appointment, you have two options:

a) Complete the contact form, adding any comments/questions you may have.

b) Call my office at 830-632-5186 and leave a voicemail.

My assistant or I will contact you as soon as possible.

2. Therapy appointments are held Monday through Friday from 9am to 2pm. A 1-hour initial intake session is $250. Every session thereafter is $200 an hour.

3. All Therapy Clients:

Please read the Notice of Privacy Policy.

If someone else is paying for your sessions, please have them sign the Credit Card Authorization Form.

I no longer accept insurance, however, I can offer you a receipt that you can submit for partial reimbursement if you have out of network benefits.

For other common Q & A, see the section below.

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    FAQ About Therapy

    The length of therapy is really determined by the severity of the issues that are to be addressed. It is hard to say exactly how many but after my initial assessment, I can usually offer a bit of a time line for you. We will, of course, continue to evaluate your progress on your goals for the duration of therapy to determine an end time and discharge session.

    I only offer phone sessions to established clients on a case by case basis. Phone sessions are usually for clients with minor issues and/or are at a maintenance level of therapeutic care.
    Yes! I provide online video therapy services to anyone in the state of Texas via Doxy.me. These online sessions are secure, confidential and HIPPA compliant, unlike other methods such as Skype.

    Therapy or counseling is focused on bringing resolution and healing to clinically dysfunctional areas of life. Oftentimes, therapy will not only look at your present circumstances but will also look into the past to identify root issues where healing or help is needed to bring a person to wholeness in the present.

    Coaching, on the other hand, focuses more on present-future situations. Coaching offers skills training and action-oriented strategies so you are able to grow, change, and be empowered to accomplish the goals you want to achieve.

    You can think of wellness like a numbered continuum from -100 to 0 to +100. Therapy clients are often walking in negative numbers and work to progress to zero. Coaching takes you from being around zero or above and then moves you into higher positive numbers.

    My clinical therapy rates are as follows:

    $250 for 1-hour initial intake session
    $200 for 1-hour session thereafter

    I accept cash, venmo and debit/credit cards. I do not accept any insurance.

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