Tami Hendrix, M.A., LPC 

Treatment specializations include:
Wildnerness/Nature Based therapy
Depression, OCD, ADHD and Anxiety
PTSD / Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
Couples/Relationship Counseling 
GLBT Issues
Grief Counseling
Work and Career issues
Self-Esteem/ Body Image
Stress Management
Addiction & Recovery

Tami Hendrix has a passion for helping others, learning and sharing her education through counseling and teaching.  She is a Licensed Professional Counselor and top honor graduate from Texas Wesleyan University where she earned her Masters degree in Counseling. She found her passion for counseling while studying at the University of Texas at Arlington where she earned her Bachelors Degree in Psychology. She has a strong belief in the benefits of the therapeutic process.  Tami has twelve years of previous experience as a psychology teacher where she learned that knowledge is empowering and a key factor in understanding, problem solving and healing.   "When we know better we do better." Maya Angelou 

Tami uses an integrative approach to counseling choosing from several different theories of therapy including EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing), Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Reality Therapy, Solution Focused, Wildnerness/Nature Based Therapy and Family Systems. EMDR is a psychotherapy treatment originally designed to alleviate the distress associated with traumatic memories (Shapiro, 1989a, 1989b). EMDR has been successful with clients who have experienced PTSD, phobias, anxiety, OCD, childhood abuse, rape and other traumatic events.  While EMDR has been highly successful with helping people overcome/reprocess traumatic memories it has also been beneficial with depression, Panic Disorders, eating disorders, weight loss, addiction, self confidence, self esteem, sports performance, performance anxiety, test anxiety, marriage problems and much more. Tami is trained in both levels of Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) therapy and is an active member of the EMDR International Association.  You can learn more about this therapy at,  or feel free to email her with any questions. 

Tami has recently received training in Wilderness and Nature based therapy.  Sessions are held at near by parks and/or hiking trails.  If you enjoy being outside, walking and/or nature this therapy is very beneficial for depression and many other emotional problems.  For more information please email Tami at .

Susan Dalrymple, MSSW, LCSW
Board Approved Supervisor

Treatment specializations include:
PTSD / Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
Anxiety Disorders & Phobias
Stress Management
Work & Career issues
Life Balance
Cancer Recovery
Self-Esteem/ Body Image
GLBT Issues
Addiction & Recovery
Seminars & Workshops

Susan Dalrymple believes in an individual's innate ability to heal, each of us is perfectly created, designed and able to live out our God-given potential. Susan is a military spouse, and particularly loved serving young combat veterans returning from both OIF and OEF, leading her to a specialty in Veterans and First Responders. Susan also taught at the Command Leadership School for the US Navy, and has experience as a professional speaker and trainer in the area of PTSD, trauma, anxiety, leadership and life management.

Susan has an undergraduate degree from Texas Wesleyan in Psychology, a Master of Science in Social Work from UT Arlington, and a Master of Public Administration from Troy State University. Susan's approach to treatment is eclectic, tailoring her style to your needs. She uses a blend of Cognitive-Behavioral Therapies, Solution Focused treatment, Transactional Analysis, and Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) EMDR Therapy. The psychotherapeutic treatment of EMDR was initially designed and used to treat the issues associated with traumatic memory, and proved highly successful in treating PTSD and issues related to both single event trauma (e.g. car accident, sexual assault) and long term trauma (e.g. childhood abuse). In addition to traumatic event-related traumas, EMDR has also been proved effective with other issues, such as Panic Attacks, Phobias, Performance Anxiety, Athletic Performance, Self-esteem, Addictions, Depression and Co-dependency. Susan is trained in both levels of EMDR and is an active member of the EMDR International Association. You may read more about EMDR at or, or you may contact Susan for more information at 817-933-4878 or via her email. 

Alandiaz D. McKinnie, M.A., LPC                                           

Treatment specializations include:
Child or Adolescent
Behavioral Issues
Family Conflict
Anixety/Stress Management
Drug Abuse
Coping Skills
Teen Violence / Self Esteem
Anger Management

I earned a master’s in professional counseling from Argosy University in Dallas TX and earned a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Cardinal Stritch University in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Since 2007 I have been serving in the mental health field where my passion for helping my clients reach new levels in their lives continues to grow.  I continue to serve others as an adolescent therapist at Sundance Behavioral Health Hospital.  At Sundance I  facilitate individual, group and family therapy to clients struggling with a wide array of concerns.  I have experience in treating anxiety, depression, substance abuse, disruptive behavior and adjustment challenges.  

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.   Although I do not present that I have all the answers, I provide an open and safe environment where the various facets of your concerns can be addressed.

I have a true passion for working with youth and their families’. Frequently we find a parent and child engaging in power struggles leading to discord within the family system.  In efforts to reduce these struggles I focus on how one can gain control of their own behavior, thinking pattern and even feelings. This not only promotes responsibility for ones actions towards another but also helps one gain a sense of control.

There are times when we feel powerless in managing the stress that life throws at us.  As a result, our view is limited and we perceive our coping options to be few.  I use reality and choice therapy to help one open their eyes to what’s in our control and how we can use those things to bring about change in our own lives.  Through encouragement and openness to work as a team we can together learn how to regain control over life’s concerns.

Troy Callaway, M.S., LMFT

Treatment specializations include:

Individuals, families, couples, child & adolescent
PTSD & Trauma counseling
Grief, anxiety and depression counseling
Marriage & couples counseling
Alcohol & substance abuse counseling
Athletic performance & mental blocks
Sexual issues & addictions
Confidence building and coaching

“Our wounds are often the openings into the best and most beautiful part of us.” 

After obtaining a Master of Science in Marriage and Family Therapy from Texas Women's University in 1985, Troy's passion for behavioral health work began.  In addition to his work with adolescents, families, and couples counseling, he spent several years working with New Life Clinics, Paul Meier Day Hospital and other outpatient clinics and gained valuable experience working with addictions and adolescents. 

Troy is also trained in EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing), a very fast paced healing process for all types of trauma, PTSD, abuse issues, anxiety, overwhelming emotions, grief issues and cravings.
He works with athletes suffering from mental blocks, injuries and other issues inhibiting performance. Even after an injury is completely healed, the brain can often retain the pain memory, causing the athlete to compensate by favoring one side over the other, for example.  More than 50% of his athletic clients are able to completely move past it in just one or two sessions.  

"A person's belief system is most important. What do you believe about yourself, your world and your purpose in this world? How does the problem you are experiencing relate to that belief? Spirituality and religion are a strong part of this. For those requesting, I offer Christian/Biblical counseling. For those desiring other, I am respectful of their beliefs and direction."

Angi Seagraves, MA- LPC

Treatment Specialties Include:
Self Harm Behavior
Self Esteem Issues
Women's Issues
Teen Adjustment/Behavioral Issues
Art Therapy
Individual, Couples and Family Counseling
Group Counseling (Teen Group- Mondays 5:30pm-6:30pm, Women's Group- Saturdays 10:00am-11:00am)

Angi Seagraves MA, LPC-Intern is delighted to be joining Arlington Counseling Group. Angi has earned a Master's degree in professional counseling from Texas Wesleyan University and is currently under the supervision of Dr. Michele Greer, Ph.D, LPC, LPC-S. Angi works with individuals, couples and families who are struggling with poor communication, boundary issues, behavioral problems, depression, anxiety, and self harming behaviors. Angi specializes in treating teens and adults by incorporating Reality Therapy with Art Therapy techniques. By using creative expression clients are able to get in touch with what they feel, learn what they want, evaluate their behavior and make a plan for achieving the outcomes they desire. By choosing healthy thoughts and behaviors the client chooses a more fulfilling life.

D'Lisa Huffstuttler, M.A., LPC-Intern
Supervised by:  Mary
Dainty, LPC-S 

Treatment specializations include:
Foster care/Adoption

Adjustment challenges
Depression /Anxiety/Stress Management
Trauma and Abuse Issues
Behavioral Issues
Children and Adolescents
Family Conflict
Communication Issues

D’Lisa M. Huffstuttler is an LPC-Intern supervised by Mary Dainty, LPC-S. D’Lisa 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 (while in graduate school), and currently with foster and adoption in the state of Texas. In addition to be an LPC-Intern practicing with the Arlington Counseling Group, D’Lisa works full-time as a Clinical Supervisor at Arrow Child and Family Ministries. 

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).

Kenyatta Black, MA, LPC

Treatment Specializations Include
Teens, adults and families dealing with
Parentling Issues

Kenyatta is a Licensed Professional Counselor in the State of Texas, holds a Master's of Arts degree in Counseling from Prairie View A&M University and is a proud member of the Texas Counseling Association.
Kenyatta's theoretical approach is eclectic, meaning she incorporates different styles such as Cognitive Behavior Therapy, Person-Centered Therapy, Family Systems and is certified in Trauma Model Therapy.
While working on a trauma unit at mental health hospital, Kenyatta gained extensive training helping victims of emotional, physical, and sexual abuse work through their trauma and begin the process of healing. 
She is a wife and proud mother of two young children and understands the difficulties of trying to balance career and family issues.  Kenyatta believes we all have the answers to our questions deep inside of us and her role in the therapeutic process is to ask powerful and effective questions to help you reach those answers.

Charles 'Adam' Cluchey, LPC                                          

atment specializations include:
Self Esteem



Adam Cluchey is a Licensed Professional Counselor-Intern under the supervision of Linda Metcalf, PhD, and graduate of the Biblical Counseling program at Dallas Theological Seminary. Adam specializes in self-esteem, anxiety, depression, and addiction with adults and adolescents. While Adam's faith is integral to his counseling approach, he is most interested in serving his clients - he doesn't push religion.

His mission, "Raising Consciousness and Bringing the Kingdom," focuses primarily on the connection between what we do or feel and what we believe. Most of us are keenly aware of what we do or feel, but we feel powerless to change. By exploring and uncovering what we believe, we can often find the power we need to live and do so abundantly. 

Perhaps Adam can help you find the abundant life you seek? Contact him to find out!

Jackie Todd, MS, NCC, LPC, LCDCi

Treatment Specializations Include:
Depression, OCD, Anxiety, PTSD
GLBT Issues
Grief and Loss Counseling, Life Coaching
Work and Career, Self-Esteem, Stress Management
Dual Diagnosis, Addiction & Recovery
Relationship Issues, Wellness, Anger Management

Jackie Todd has been in the mental health field for almost 10 years. She is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) in the State of Texas, as well as a National Certified Counselor (NCC). She is also a Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselor Intern, currently studying for the exam. She has a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from The University of Mary Hardin-Baylor and a Master’s of Science in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from The University of North Texas. She has extensive training in crisis intervention and assessment/diagnostic, as well as experience with individual, group, and couples counseling. She also has knowledge and skill working with the substance abuse and dual diagnosed populations. She is a goal-oriented, problem-focused counselor with the belief that if we can learn to control and change our thoughts, our emotions and behaviors will follow. Her main theoretical approach includes Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), which is a goal-oriented theory and is an evidenced based treatment for mental health. She also enjoys incorporating other theoretical orientations, as the need arises for clients. She believes strongly in the therapeutic alliance and strives to ensure an active working relationship with her clients. She is continuously researching and attending workshops, as she believes it is her duty to continue learning about the mental health field and its growth and discoveries. Feel free to contact Jackie at or 214-799-1021.


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