Adults

Stephanie Webb

Stephanie Webb, LPC - Intern

Supervisor: Roxy Riefkohl-Siegrist. PHD, LPC-S

Mission: To work with each individual in order to foster growth and awareness. I strive to make sure my clients know their unique strengths in order to overcome obstacles and achieve change.

Focus: I serve individuals (13+), couples and groups who struggle with anxiety, depression, adjustment issues and relational problems.

Jasmine Boone

Jasmine Boone, LPC - Intern

Supervisor: Roxy Riefkohl-Siegrist, Ph.d, LPC-S

 

Deborah Sauls

Deborah Sauls, LCSW

Deborah Sauls, LCSW, a Licensed Clinical Social Worker in the state of Texas, has been providing therapeutic services to adolescents, adults and families since 1994.

Deborah has extensive post graduate training working with at risk adolescents and is currently the Clinical Director of an adolescent residential treatment facility

 

Daniel Hayes

Daniel Hayes, M.A., LPC

My Mission:

My goal is to provide a safe, comfortable, objective, and collaborative environment in which to help you work through any concerns or challenges you may be facing. I can help you learn new skills and ways of thinking and give you guidance and tools to help you accomplish your goals.

Joseph Garza

Joseph Garza, LPC

MY MISSION:

I would like to state that my mission and or calling is to assist individuals in areas in their lives where they are struggling. This can be from past traumas, present on going relationships, or future events. I do what I do simply because it’s my passion, not my job.

MY FOCUS:

JiJi Arcilla

JiJi Arcilla, LPC Practicum Student in Counseling
Supervisor: Dr. Roxy Riefkohl, Siegrist

MY MISSION: To create an authentic, safe, and inspiring environment for individuals to collaborate with me to achieve their goals.

MY FOCUS:
I provide the tools to help adult individuals gain insight, resolve relationship issues, develop self-confidence, problem solve more effectively, and discover their purpose.

Matt Miller

Matt Miller, LPC-S

MY MISSION:  I work to help others grow and develop their most important relationships e.g. God, family, self, and others through healing.


MY FOCUS:  “Every problem is a relationship problem.” (Dean Sherman)  Understanding this concept drives my treatment focus with everyone who comes to see me.  When relationships are working well, people are able to get their needs met, and facilitate meeting needs of others.

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