Felicia has been pursuing counseling since 2013, when she first felt the Lord leading her to this field. Originally from California, Felicia moved to Nacogdoches in 2014 when she married her husband, Travis, who is from Nacogdoches. She completed her Bachelor of Science degree in Health Science from Stephen F. Austin State University and then went on to receive her Master of Arts degree in Counseling from Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. Felicia has worked in many settings that have given her experience working with a variety of ages and populations. Felicia has worked with individuals who are survivors of crime, men and women recovering from drug and alcohol addiction, children in the foster care system, and individuals who are homeless. Counseling is not just a job to Felicia, but rather a passion and ministry as she desires to walk alongside individuals as they navigate the peaks and valleys of life, whatever they may be.
Virginia has been practicing as a Professional counselor since 1993. She has a definite passion for working with children and adolescents as well as their families. She works effectively with clients who experience a variety of issues, including trauma, depression, anxiety, PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress), behavior and relationships problems. Since she is bilingual, Virginia is able to provide services to members of our Hispanic community. She received her Masters of Education from Stephen F. Austin State University.
Virginia tiene una pasion por ayudar a ninos, adolecentes y a sus familias . Ella trabaja con personas que tienen una variedad the problemas a incluir trauma, depresion, anciedad, problemas de conducta y problemas matrimonial.
Leah graduated from Stephen F. Austin State University with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Education, a Master of Education Degree, and a Master of Arts Degree in Counseling. She is a Texas Licensed Professional Counselor, Certified School Counselor, and Certified Educational Diagnostician. Leah, though not a registered play therapist, has received training and uses play therapy with children. She has also developed behavior intervention plans for children and worked with children and adults with special needs including those managing ADHD and Bipolar Disorder. Leah has a varied background that includes retirement from the public school system, teaching undergraduate college coursework, private counseling experience, as well as providing contract services with certain agencies. She is highly appreciative of the time she spent learning from a group of exceptional mental health specialists when she served as an educational liaison for the child/adolescent unit of a private psychiatric hospital. She is also very thankful to a special mentor and professor whom she regards as a Master Therapist who greatly contributed to her own personal “healing.”
Kallie graduated in 2007 from Stephen F. Austin State University with an undergraduate degree in Communication Disorders. She relocated to Corpus Christi, Texas where she worked as a speech therapist in a school setting. Through prayers and support from her family, she began working towards a Master of Science Degree at Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi. During her internship she gained knowledge and experience through the University’s Counseling Clinic and a local community center. She facilitated court-referred group counseling for adolescents and families, teen parents, and “at-risk” children. While working with youth and parents presented an array of challenges, she felt it was not work but a privilege to work with these individuals.
Judy achieved a long-time dream when she received her counseling license in 2001. After obtaining her undergraduate degree in Elementary Education and Sociology from Baylor University in 1967, she went on to earn her M.Ed. in Professional Counseling at West Texas A & M University in 1998. Judy began her counseling career in Plainview, Texas, working with clients who had dual diagnoses--with both substance abuse and mental illness--and she continues to have an interest in that area. After moving to Nacogdoches in 1998, she has provided counseling services at the Women’s Shelter of East Texas, Burke Center, and in a part-time private practice. A hallmark of Judy’s Rogerian style of person- centered therapy is a strong belief in the client’s ability to work through personal issues when provided with a safe, supportive environment. She especially enjoys working with individuals who experience depression and low self-esteem, and considers it a privilege to walk with them on their journey toward wholeness. She has worked with clients in the areas of codependency/boundary issues, abuse, domestic violence and anxiety.
Maura is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker who works with children, adolescents, and adults. Originally from the Spring, Texas area. Maura graduated from Stephen F Austin in 2010 and she and her husband, Shane, have established firm roots in Nacogdoches. She earned her Master’s degree in Social Work from the University of Houston and has worked extensively in various settings with families, attachment, trauma, and grief. Maura believes in meeting clients where they are and feels honored to be able to walk with them during their therapeutic journey. Maura’s commitment and thirst for knowledge drives her to provide the most comprehensive counseling services that she can. She is a certified LENS (Low Energy Neurofeedback System) provider and holds certifications in both Accelerated Resolution therapy (ART) and EMDR (Eye-Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing). Maura is currently pursuing certification as a Registered Play Therapist. She looks forward to the long-term impact healing will have on the individuals, families, and community she serves.
Linda Millican is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, Licensed Professional Counselor, and Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselor. She earned her Master of Arts in Marriage and Family Therapy from Liberty University in Lynchburg, Virginia. Her undergraduate work includes a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and Business Education from Concordia College in Moorhead, Minnesota, and a Bachelor of Science in Biblical Studies from Austin Theological Seminary in Austin, Texas.
Linda is passionate about working with couples and has certifications and training as a Gottman Couple and Marital Therapist Levels 1 and 2; a Gottman Relationship Checkup approved member; an Attachment-Based Intervention Specialist; and training with Dr. Sue Johnson, founder of Emotion Focused Couples Therapy (EFCT). Additionally, Linda is certified as a PREPARE/ENRICH facilitator which enables her to give assessments to couples and target treatment. She is as an Internationally Certified EMDR therapist and uses Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing to help clients resolve unprocessed traumatic memories which often contribute to diagnoses such as PTSD, anxiety, depression, and addictions.
Linda worked at a psychiatric hospital where she counseled adolescents, and adults and families who struggled with substance abuse, addictions, and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. She acquired experience at Ft. Hood in Killeen, Texas counseling individuals affected by domestic violence, infidelity, and difficulties integrating into everyday life due to multiple deployments. Her most recent work includes private practice for 6 years in Central Texas.
Married to her husband of 38 years, Linda has three children, a daughter-in-law and son-in-law, and two grandsons. Linda is passionate about working beside her clients as they gain tools for coping with life issues and discovering their God-given purpose for their lives.
Malena received her Bachelor of Arts from Baylor University in Waco, Texas, and her Master of Arts in Marriage and Family Counseling from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in Fort Worth, Texas. Malena’s approach to counseling emphasizes the importance of the therapeutic relationship as well as the importance of processing underlying hurt and behaviors that impede change. She works with clients of all ages but especially enjoys working with children through the process of play therapy. Often when children have major life changes in both environment and routine, there can be emotional and behavioral issues that arise. These issues can be addressed through the counseling process using play therapy. The purpose of counseling serves to provide an environment for children to process the changes in their life, as well as the accompanying emotions that can be difficult for children to cope with and understand.
Ashley was raised in Nacogdoches, Texas. After completing high school, Ashley studied Rhetorical Theory at Houston Baptist University. She went on to complete her Bachelor's degree in Interpersonal Communication at Stephen F. Austin State University. Ashley has always had a heart to help others, in whatever capacity that may be. She has openly struggled with major depression and anxiety and believes God has called her to use her experiences and difficulties to guide and assist those going through similar troubles. In 2017, she earned her Master's Degree in Professional Counseling from Amberton University. Ashley is now practicing as a licensed counselor at Crossover Counseling .
Laura and her husband, Bobby, have been married for over 35 years and have three adult children. With the exception of her relationship with the Lord Jesus Christ, her relationship with her family is most important to her. After graduating from Baylor University with a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology, she earned her Master’s degree in Counseling through Liberty University in 1992. She became a Licensed Professional Counselor in June 1996 and started a Crossover Counseling as a private practice in August of 1996. She continues to enjoy working with children, teenagers, adults, couples, and families. She sees a great deal of strength in her clients, especially with their survival through some very difficult situations. She considers it a privilege to get to have a firsthand view of the changes and victories that can and do take place in their lives and has spent several years being trained in assisting clients who have experiences trauma. She would also like to say an extra “thank you” to her husband for his continued understanding, love, and support.
Joshua has lived in Nacogdoches for 30 plus years. He received his degree from Stephen F. Austin in 2004 in Criminal Justice and Sociology. He is available for counseling in the areas of Relationship/Divorce, Spiritual, Life Purpose, Family/Parenting, Wellness, and College Prep/Adjustment. Joshua says, “I believe counseling is going to bridge the ever-present gap between people’s dreams and individuals seeing their dreams come true. As counselors, we encourage, support, and push clients to discover and accomplish the goal(s) that they have set.” Joshua enjoys working with people and encouraging and watching them make improvements in their personal, family, social, and professional lives.
Joy graduated with a bachelor of science in psychology from North Greenville University in South Carolina. She then attended and graduated from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary with a Master of Arts in Marriage and Family counseling. Joy has lived in East Texas for three years. For the past three years, she has been counseling at Skyview with clients who have major mental illness and in many cases dual diagnoses. During her internship, Joy worked with several children and adolescents, working through issues related to divorce, anger management, ADHD and various other issues. She also had the opportunity to work with couples for premarital counseling and marriage issues (including financial issues, communication problems, intimacy issues, and parenting). Joy also worked with families to assist them in communication and becoming a stronger unit
Janae is a Licensed Professional Counselor who moved to Texas in 2010 from her native Oklahoma. She graduated from Oklahoma Wesleyan University with her Bachelor of Science degree in Behavioral Sciences and from Oral Roberts University with her Master of Arts degree in Christian Counseling. Janae has been involved in the local churches she has attended, including singing in the choir, leading worship, teaching children’s Sunday School and creating and leading a women’s ministry program. Janae’s experience in counseling includes working with children, adolescents, adults, families and couples. She has also worked with people who have many different mental health and life issues including depression, anxiety, ADHD, divorce, infidelity, self-esteem, anger management and Bipolar disorder
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