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Please note that we have 2 locations (Montrose Houston & Houston Heights) and some services are only available at one location. If you aren’t finding the service you need, you may need to check our other location.
Joan has a lifetime of experience supporting people in building the lives they love and developing resilience in the face of life’s challenges. Joan’s specialties are career development, self acceptance, healthy relationships, and grief and loss. Joan is a poster child for resilience and positive career change.c
Read more about Joan Mullinax M.Ed., LPC
Samantha Scharff specializes in working with adolescents and adults facing depression, anxiety, low-self esteem, eating disorders, substance abuse, relationship concerns and family of origin work.
Read more about Samantha Scharff LPC, LCDC
Steven’s experience includes counseling individuals, couples, families and teens in the area of trauma recovery, marriage and relationship counseling, anxiety, anger management, addiction, depression, and parenting concerns. With a previous background in business, Steven has also developed skills to deal with workplace stressors while also finding opportunities in the process. Steven is also trained in EMDR therapy and is fluent in English and Spanish.
Read more about Steven Serrano, MS, LPC
Andrew specializes in working with LGBTQ+ concerns, stress, anxiety, eating disorders, perfectionism, social skills, procrastination / motivation, career counseling, and adult ADD/ADHD. His approach focuses on exploring what makes each individual thrive, providing empathy and understanding, free from judgment and societal expectations.
Read more about Andrew Tessmer M.Ed., LPC
Sarah’s specialties and professional interests include helping people through life changes, trauma, abuse, anxiety, stress, depression, ADHD management, relationship issues, and the everyday things we deal with as humans.
Read more about Sarah Soto, M.S, LPC
Vanessa works with children (3+), teens, young adults and families. She helps with behavioral concerns, emotional stress such as anxiety, anger and depression, building esteem and relationships, as well as coping with life’s changes such as a change in family structure or moving schools. Vanessa also has specialized experience in grief counseling and working with trauma.
Read more about Vanessa Guidry M.Ed., LCSW
Alexandra’s focus is on helping you develop self-confidence, reduce overeating, emotional eating or binge eating, cope with feelings of anxiety, loneliness and isolation, and manage major life transitions such as changing careers or becoming a parent. Alexandra is also skilled in DBT therapy and providing emotional support and coping skills for post-partum women and parents of young children.
Read more about Alexandra Marshall M.Ed., LPC
Feeling overwhelmed or defeated by life? Is your emotional imbalance becoming a burden to your relationships, work life, or physical health? Jenet specializes in anxiety, trauma recovery, depression, life transitions, and relationship difficulties. She can help you get unstuck and back on track.
Read more about Jenet Dove, LPC- Associate
Kristen specializes in treating people with OCD and its various sub-types (harm, aggression, sexual, religious, contamination, illness, etc.). Her focus also centers on religious/spiritual trauma and those who are struggling with doubt and uncertainty around spirituality. A large part of her work is also with anxiety, depression, relationships, and personality disorders. When working with Kristen, clients discover that they are loved, they regain a sense of dignity and self-worth, and they feel hopeful about the future.
Becky specializes in working with adults in the areas of anxiety, depression, grief and loss, trauma, EMDR therapy, LGBT issues, and relationships issues. She is known for her skills in working with all types of anxiety – social anxiety, general worry, panic, or other types of fears.
Read more about Becky Reiter MA, LPC-S
Heidi Hoarau specializes in working with individuals facing anxiety/stress, depression, low self-esteem, shame/perfectionism, anger, trauma, grief/loss, or self-destructive behaviors (e.g. addictions, self-harm, eating disorder). When working with Heidi, clients feel safe exploring the unresolved life experiences that may be at the root of their struggles. With experience, compassion, curiosity and hope, she helps clients heal and grow.
Read more about Heidi Hoarau M.S., LPC
Since 2016, I have been providing individual, couples, and group therapy services to people from diverse racial, ethnic, gender, socioeconomic, sexual orientation, age, and religious backgrounds. I work closely with clients who face challenges with anxiety, depression, relationship issues, substance abuse and addictions, self-esteem, life transitions, and trauma. Life can be overwhelming and filled with uncertainty, but you don’t have to navigate through it on your own. My goal as a therapist is not only to support you in your journey, but to empower you to find the path you envision for yourself. I look forward to working with you.
Read more about Jehanzeb Dar, MA, LPC
Sarah’s specialty is working with children, teens, young adults, and parents. Sarah is an experienced play therapist and works with parents using Child-Parent Relationship therapy to build stronger parent-child relationships. Sarah also has experience working with clients across the lifespan who struggle with anxiety, depression, identity issues, transitions, and relational problems.
Read more about Sarah Agarwal, M.A., LPC
Holly specializes in working with adolescents, young adults, and women. She is passionate about helping clients work through life transitions, behavioral issues, anxiety, depression, LGBT issues, self harm, low self esteem, and relationships. Holly helps clients develop the skills to live a healthy mental, physical, and emotional life.
Read more about Holly Lark MSW, LCSW
Greta’s passion is to help individuals live an authentic and meaningful life through self-acceptance and compassion. She provides a space of empathy and understanding to individuals, couples and families as they navigate life’s challenges and transitions such as divorce, parenting/co-parenting, the empty nest, aging parents, grief and loss, career change and relational difficulties. She also works with anxiety, depression and disordered eating. When working with Greta, clients realize their inherent worth and become hopeful about the future.
Read more about Greta Bellinger MSW, LMSW
Ametis specializes in helping individuals, couples and families as they navigate life’s challenges in the areas of eating disorders, personality disorders, attachment issues, trauma and relationship/marital/premarital counseling. She also works with anxiety, depression, shame/perfectionism and domestic violence related trauma. She is a Trained EMDR Therapist.
Read more about Ametis Bassir M.Ed., LPC
Diana’s specialty areas include working with mothers at any stage in their journey, as well as working with clients for whom race, culture, ethnicity, religion, sexual orientation, gender expression, and other differences lead to questions of identity and belonging. She has helped many clients break past the anxiety and depression that have held them back from engaging fully with their lives. Diana truly considers it an honor to be invited to share in someone’s journey and to walk alongside them as they discover their potential and grow to become their best selves.
Read more about Diana Cabrera-Stewart, LPC-S, CCTP
Suzanne (Susan) is bilingual (English & Farsi). Her focus is helping you navigate through life with balance, harmony and authenticity. She works with anxiety, self-esteem issues, women’s issues, high functioning professional burnout and interpersonal relationship issues with couples and individuals.
Read more about Suzanne Kamfar, M.Ed., LPC- Associate
Shannon’s specialties include child development, parenting, and family issues. She is an experienced play therapist. She works with children and teens of all ages to help them heal and become their best selves. She also provides parent education so the entire family system can change and heal.
Her work with children and families is to bring families closer and happier together.
Read more about Shannon Guinther, LCSW
“The greatest gift I can give is to see, hear, understand, and touch another person.” Virginia Satir
AP exclusively focuses on couples counseling. Her background as an attorney and mediator enhances her effectiveness as a therapist. AP will work with you to clear the emotional fog, restore hope, and achieve a happy and healthy relationship. You can write your own ending.
AP is supervised by Anne Slater, LCSW-S. AP is also bilingual in English and Vietnamese.
Read more about AP VO, LMSW.
Marcie works with parents, young adults, and teens, together or individually, to assess what the major issues and roadblocks are, address any hurts and misunderstandings, and work towards better communication, finding common ground, and family unity. She specializes in behavioral issues, individual, family issues and parenting issues, with a focus on depression, addiction, anxiety, trauma, oppositional behaviors, family relationships, social isolation and peer/ interpersonal relationships.
Marcie is trained in trauma-focused cognitive behavioral therapy (TFCBT), trauma and grief component therapy for adolescents (TGCTA), dialectical behavioral (DBT) and cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT). She uses Family Systems tools (and others) to help individuals and families heal.
Marcie is also bilingual in English and Spanish.
Read more about Marcie Dinkin, LCSW.
Maggie works with children, teens, and adults in the areas of trauma, anxiety, and depression. She is an EMDR specialist and play therapist.
Her therapy style is warm, attuned, anti-oppressive, and trauma-informed. She believes that the quality of the therapeutic relationship is paramount and strives to uphold a safe, nurturing environment for her clients.
Maggie is fluent in Spanish and Brazilian Portugeuse.
Read more about Maggie Burkett, LMSW.
I find this work deeply moving and vital for growth, and I will work with you and your family to learn and practice the skills that I am certain will help you. All you have to do is show up and meet me halfway.
I work with substance abuse, depression, self harm, trauma, and family concerns that often surround all these things. Dialectical Behavior Therapy is my main modality, but I work in several other modalities as well, so that I can meet you where you are and with the tools that best fit your situation.
Read more about Matt Winter, LCSW.
Kenisha has invaluable experience working with pre-teens, adolescents, and adults who may be experiencing parent-child relational issues, parental concerns, family conflict, relationship issues, emotional stress, depression, anxiety, and behavioral concerns. Therapy with Kenisha will allow an opportunity to replace the repeating cycles that no longer serve you and establish positive life experiences as you reintegrate your voice, passions, and purpose.
Kenisha is a Licensed Professional Counselor Associate and Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist Associate supervised by a board approved LPC-Supervisor (LPC-S) / LMFT Supervisor (LMFT-S) Jill Wheeler.
Read more about Kenisha Brown, LPC- Associate, LMFT- Associate.
Hello! I look forward to meeting with you. I work with clients experiencing a variety of symptoms ranging from depression, anxiety, PTSD, and disordered eating. I hope to collaborate with you so that we can determine what the next best steps are to help you effectively manage and process your emotional experiences, build a better brain/body connection by listening to your body and what it needs, and create a life that brings you joy and fulfillment.
Alexis offers individual therapy for adolescents and adults and family counseling.
Read more about Alexis Leeper, LCSW
Whether it be everyday stressors or a significant life event, life is often stressful and challenging, leaving us feeling drained and unsure of what to do next. However, change is possible, and I’d like to walk with you on your path to better health and happiness.
Katie enjoys working with adolescents and adults around a variety of challenges, including anxiety, depression, disordered eating, body-image concerns, and intuitive eating.
Katie is a counselor in training under the supervision of Ametis Bassir, LPC. .
Read more about Katie Osgood, Practicum.
I enjoy working with children, adolescents, and young adults. I take pride in serving my clients by providing help, care, support, and skills that they can utilize in their journey to healing. I have previous experience as a Speech Language Pathologist Assistant, working with individuals and their families around a range of neurological issues, including ADHD and Autism. I also work with clients around anxiety, behavioral issues, career & college planning, self-esteem, and parenting issues.
Jessie is a counselor in training under the supervision of Diana Cabrera-Stewart, LPC-S.
Read more about Jessie Blakely, Practicum Student.
Rachel’s passion is to help people achieve self-acceptance, create a healthy relationship with food, mind and body, and find meaning and fulfillment in work and life roles. Her specialty is binge eating and overeating. She is known for helping people feel at ease with themselves and discover what really creates purpose and happiness in their lives.* Rachel is currently only accepting new clients for the Make Peace with Food Group or Beyond Emotional Eating Program
Read more about Rachel Eddins M.Ed., LPC-S, CGP