About Family Tree Counseling
Cheri has twenty years of experience as a Licensed Professional Counselor and enjoys working with individuals, couples, and families. She has worked in various clinical settings including community mental health centers, psychiatric hospitals and outpatient facilities.
Having been a teacher for 15 years Chris shares a passion in working with children, adolescents and their families. She utilizes a variety of techniques to best serve her client’s needs.
Michelle enjoys working alongside clients of all ages. She has served individuals and groups at non-profit agencies, domestic violence shelters, and within schools. She is also certified in trauma sensitive yoga and often utilizes mindfulness techniques in her practice.
Lindsay has experience working with children and adolescents in the school setting. Her goal is to help clients by creating safe environment for clients to grow.
Allison brings a thoughtful and calming presence to the therapeutic relationship, with analytic vision and an integrated view of the big picture. Allison’s approach is existential, with cognitive-behavioral and/or play therapy strategies as appropriate.
Estrelita is a compassionate counselor who provides a nonjudgmental, safe space where clients have the freedom to grow at their own pace. She specializes in trauma-informed care, grief/loss, and self-care/stress management. She primarily uses a cognitive behavioral or solution-focused approach, and a faith-based approach when requested.
ED MILLER, MS, LPC
Ed enjoys working in all formats of counseling including individual, group, and family therapy. He has experience in individual and couples counseling, and has worked with those suffering from depression, anxiety, drug and alcohol addiction, marital and relationship issues, spiritual issues, and he is certified in Cognitive Processing Therapy for PTSD.
Sarah practices from a person-centered point of view, incorporating techniques from cognitive-behavioral and solution focused theories. Her priority is providing clients with a safe-space for growth and tailor therapy to each person’s unique needs. Her calm and empathetic demeanor helps clients feel comfortable and secure.
Timara counsels individuals, couples and families in various settings. Her counseling approach is eclectic, incorporating rational emotive behavior therapy, and cognitive behavioral theories. Timara believes change is initiated through repairing interpersonal relationships and reshaping core values.
Elaine believes nothing substitutes life experiences as a vehicle for building compassion, empathy, and a desire to assist others going through difficulties in life. As a social worker and psychotherapist in the field, she provides a safe, non-judgmental space for all individuals.
Margaret has extensive experience as a working ally with adults suffering from traumatic distress – such as rape, incest, domestic violence, and human trafficking, etc. – along with aiding those suffering from anxiety, depression, and other concerns that impede living a fully-functioning life.
Glenda may look like your every day Grandmother, but she isn’t. Glenda has over 50 years of experience in the mental health field and continues to grow her tool box. Glenda wants everyone to know the feeling of peace and has many years and skills to help you and your family head in that direction. She, and her therapy dog Toby, will walk alongside you to help you find the peace and happiness you deserve.
Jessica’s approach to therapy is warm and collaborative, and she practices from a cognitive-behavioral approach. She empowers her clients to replace unhelpful thoughts and behaviors with healthier ways of thinking and being.
Daisy is passionate about helping individuals, adolescents, and couples determine the changes they need or want to make in their lives to meet their goals, whether those goals are personal, relational, or professional. Daisy believes change is a natural part of life, and yet it can be challenging and even, at times, paralyzing. However, change can also provide us with opportunities to grow and become the kind of people we aim to be.
Robert utilizes existential counseling to build authentic and meaningful relationships with his clients. In the past Robert has worked as a crisis counselor for a suicide hotline, and is currently a graduate student in SMU’s Master of Science Counseling program. Robert is also an active member of the Human Rights Campaign
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