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Master of Marriage and Family Counseling from The King’s University (2018)
B.S. in Criminal Justice – Law Enforcement from Southwest Texas State University (2003)
Professional license held in Texas as a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC)
Professional license held in Texas as a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT)
2022 to Present: Logos Services, LLC, Therapist
2020 – 2021: Fort Behavioral Health, Therapist
2019 – 2020: Compassion Counseling, Therapist
2018 – 2018: Keller Counseling Initiative, Practicum Student
2017 – 2018: Denton County Juvenile Probation, Practicum Student
2016 – 2017: Special Abilities of North Texas, Program Manager/Lead Instructor
2016 – 2016: Special Abilities of North Texas, Program Assistant
2004 – 2014: Keller ISD, Teacher’s Aide/Substitute Teacher
Tiffany entered the counseling field after finding it difficult to find adequate mental health services for her 2 nephews who are both on the autism spectrum. Tiffany has worked extensively with special needs individuals. Tiffany has raised her 2 nephews, whom both are on the autism spectrum, was a teacher’s aide in an autism specific classroom, worked one-on-one with a young lady on the autism spectrum, and was a therapist at a residential treatment center for adolescents working in the autism program as well as the mental health/substance abuse program. Tiffany feels called to work with adolescents and adults with autism as well as their families and help them navigate life’s challenges.
Tiffany enjoys working with adolescents and with adults struggling with mental health issues such as depression and anxiety. Tiffany approaches therapy from an eclectic viewpoint and meets the individual where they are at. Tiffany has gone through her own counseling and understands the courage it takes to talk to a stranger about their struggles.
Tiffany enjoys gardening and seeing what she can grow each year in the Texas soil! She also enjoys spending time outside enjoying the fresh air. God is important to Tiffany and she attends a local church.
Tiffany is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) in the State of Texas, License #81809 and a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist in the State of Texas, License #203422. She has been practicing psychotherapy in Texas since 2017. Her goal is to help those who want to improve their lives through therapy. In order to achieve this, it is imperative to create a safe environment that is collaborative and encourages problem-solving and decisive thinking skills. She believes in providing a welcoming environment; one that accommodates a variety of learning styles while encouraging everyone to express themselves and respect the opinions of others. It is her belief that this style of therapy and relationship development enriches personal experiences and knowledge. She utilizes skills drawn upon in practice to bring a rich dynamic that allows individuals to see how both educational content and personal style along with experiential learning are collaborative. Therapy is about the relationship between the client and the therapist.
By promoting independent thinking, individuals will take responsibility for their lives and apply it to real-life situations. Therefore, by integrating knowledge-base into practice, she uses a directive approach assisting to learn skills and demonstrate outcomes. Creating a safe environment for every person encourages open dialogue.
Tiffany utilizes an eclectic approach to counseling, focusing on Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, Solution Focused Therapy, and Cognitive Behavior Therapy. The eclectic approach to counseling focuses on the individual needs of the client and helps them improve communication and learn to work through problems. Another component to using an eclectic approach to therapy is meeting the client where they are and ensuring they learn the skills needed to process through that stage before moving on to learn new skills, which the client can then implement all the new skills into their life.