Tami Hendrix MA, LPC
Adults, Couples, Families
PTSD, Trauma, Anxiety, Military, Stress, Phobias
Has your career as a 1st Responder or in the Military taken a toll on you and your life? Have a trauma from your past that wont let go? Issues in your life have you stuck? Difficulty falling asleep because events play over and over in your head? EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization & Reprocessing) methodology is a proven way past your past. I have successfully worked with Veterans and 1st Responders and people from all walks of life with issues from today and yesterday. You don't have to suffer any longer. There is help, hope, and a healthy way through.
My therapeutic style is interactive, cognitive-behavioral and short-term focused, with engagement of the Adaptive Information Processing Model (EMDR therapy) to facilitate an individual's own skills and strengths. I tailor my style to your needs. Form more information on EMDR: www.emdr.com or www.emdria.org
I look forward to sharing this journey with you. Don't hesitate to call for a free phone consultation. Check out my website if you have any questions about beginning therapy, my style, or rates.
EMDR Trained Therapists--available for group or individual consultation--Call for information
Troy Callaway MA, LPC
Kenyatta Black MA LPC-S
Kenyatta is a Licensed Professional Counselor Supervisor in the State of Texas and holds a Master's of Arts degree in Counseling from Prairie View A&M University. Kenyatta spent eight years working for a global telecommunications company where she was promoted to a management position. Kenyatta found her passion in the mental health field and is able to combine her business experience with her clinical training to help her clients identify and achieve their goals. Kenyatta's theoretical approach is eclectic, meaning she incorporates different styles such as Cognitive Behavior Therapy, Person-Centered Therapy, and Family Systems.
Adam Cluchey LPC
D'Lisa Huffstuttler MA. LPC
Treatment Specializations Include:
Traumat and Abuse Issues
Children and Adolescents
Family Conflict, Communication Issues, Parenting
D’Lisa M. Huffstuttler earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from Texas Tech University in 2010 and then returned back to her home town to complete her Master of Arts in Professional Counseling from Texas Wesleyan in May of 2014. She has worked in a number of different settings including inpatient and outpatient/PHP services, private practice, and with foster and adoption in the state of Texas. In addition to being an LPC practicing with the Arlington Counseling Group, D’Lisa works as a full-time program therapist at Mesa Springs Innovations.
D’Lisa primarily works with children and their families to teach new ways of communicating, connecting, and compromising. She believes that there is an underlying cause to every behavior and through communication and exploration, behaviors can be better controlled. D’Lisa uses her passion to help others as a driving force in continuing her education to find the best possible solution for her clients. Together, through a working therapeutic relationship, she would like to help others make a positive change in their life to find peace and happiness.
D’Lisa compares her duty as a therapist to that of the taxi cab driver. First, the client tells her where he/she or they would like to go or maybe together destinations can be explored. Then, together with some possible road blocks and traffic along the way, D’Lisa will do her best to use her skills to assist her clients in getting to their desired goal(s).
Throughout life I have learned there is no "cookie cutter" or "one size fits all" approach to learning how to manage this thing called life. Through encouragement and openness to work as a team we can learn how to regain control over life's concerns.
I use various modes of therapy to help you open your eyes to what's in your control and how those things bring about change in your own life. I provide a safe environment where the various facets of your concerns can be addressed.
Angi Seagraves MA LPC
Jackie Todd MS, NCC, LPC, LCDCi
LeAnn Preuitt MA LCP-Intern
Supervised by: Deborah Gardner MEd LPC-S, LMFT
Salina Keller, MA LCP-Intern
Supervised by: Kenyatta Black-Jacobs LPC-S
Salina Keller, born in Louisiana and having adopted another home state of Tennessee, is now a resident of Arlington, TX. Brought to TX by her husband’s new job in 2015, Salina looks particularly forward to continued work within the military population, in which TX has proven to be plentiful. Salina is married with four children, three grandchildren, three terriers, and a number of foster hounds from GALT (Greyhound Adoption League of Texas) at any given time. Salina has personal and professional experiences in many areas of life to include being a child of divorce, being a step-child, surviving a divorce, raising a child after divorce, raising step-children, and co-parenting.
Raised in a Christian home, Salina has learned "Blessed are the poor in spirit, for theirs is the kingdom of heaven, and Blessed are they who mourn, for they shall be comforted” and also the Serenity Prayer: God grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change; courage to change the things I can; and wisdom to know the difference. Living one day at a time; enjoying one moment at a time; accepting hardships as the pathway to peace; taking, as He did, this sinful world as it is, not as I would have it; trusting that He will make all things right if I surrender to His Will; that I may be reasonably happy in this life and supremely happy with Him forever in the next. Amen (If you are of a different faith, belief system, or are not a spiritual person, no worries. Counselors are trained to counsel based on the beliefs shared by their clients, not their own).