Relationships

Bren Berger

Bren Berger, MABC, LPC Practicum Student

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

Counseling is a joy and calling in my life. To partner with those longing to find a healthier, more fulfilling and purposeful path in life is a true privilege.  I believe there are answers to life’s journey, and with time, dedication, and purpose, our story can be one of great victory, peace, and joy.

Betsy Jones

Betsy Jones

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

 

My Mission:

Carl Rogers says, “The curious paradox is that when I accept myself just as I am, then I can change.” I believe that regardless of where you’ve been, what you’ve done, or where you are now, you inherently have value and worth. My mission is to help you see your inherent worth, and to journey along a path in which we can discover the authentic you.

My Focus:

Ann Schroeder

 

Ann Schroeder, LPC Intern

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

 

My Mission: To honor the cultural diversity of each client and offer acceptance, compassion, and support in the counseling relationship. I provide an emotionally safe “listening space” for clients to reconnect with their inner strength, core values, and sense of purpose. I have trust in the counseling process and faith that clients can make positive changes in their lives and move toward their future with hope.

Stephanie Williams

Stephanie Williams, 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.

Faith Martinez

Faith Martinez, MACC, LPC-Intern
Supervisor: Roxy Riefkohl-Siegrist, PhD, LPC-S

My Mission:
My mission is to help foster personal and relational growth in clients who are seeking support and encouragement. There is potential for hope and empowerment by becoming more self-aware, gaining insight, setting attainable goals, building skills, and committing to personal growth. As we work together in pursuit of your goals, my hope is that you become better equipped to face life’s current and future challenges.

Melissa Pless

Melissa Pless, M.Ed., LPC, LCDC

 

Education/Licenses:

B.S. in Psychology from Louisiana State University

Masters in Counseling (M.Ed.) from the University of Houston

Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) in the State of Texas

Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselor (LCDC) in the State of Texas

 

Experience/Background:

Jennifer Webb

Jennifer Webb, MA, LPC

I am a Licensed Professional Counselor who is presently in the process of obtaining my play therapy certification. I have also taught preschool, pre-kindergarten, and kindergarten over a ten year span. During this time, I noticed that children who were struggling with a variety of issues tended to gravitate toward me, and I was able to help them deal with these obstacles. This realization led me on a new career path where I could focus one hundred percent of my energy on providing support for these individuals.

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.

Dina Blume

Dina Blume, LPC, RPT, LSSP

MY MISSION:  To help people build healthy relationships with family, God, and others; to inspire hope; to help others live more intentionally.


MY FOCUS:  My formal education allows me to provide counseling at any stage of life.


MY EXPERIENCE:  I have been in private practice for many years. I provided psychological services in public schools in the past.

Staci Mullinax

Staci Mullinax, LCSW

Licensed Clinical Social Worker. In my experience, I have found that the most significant factor in effective counseling is the ability for the client and therapist to build a trusting relationship. In order for this to happen, you need to feel confident in my ability to not only provide appropriate clinical care, but to be able to meet you where you are, without judgement. Here’s a little bit of information that can tell you about what I do, as well as who I am.

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