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Sandy is a Licensed Professional Counselor, a National Certified Counselor, is trained in play therapy and has been counseling since 1995. She completed her Master’s degree from the respected counseling program at University of North Texas. Her Bachelor’s degree was earned from Texas Wesleyan in Elementary Education with Psychology as her minor. Sandy has been a middle school counselor and has also worked at The Warm Place, a grief center for children and their families. Since 2001 she has also worked at Alliance for Children facilitating group therapy for kids who have been sexually abused.

Sandy enjoys working with individuals, families, single moms, children as young as 3 years old, adolescents, college age, who are facing a variety of challenging life issues. Her special interest include life transitions, stress management, grief from death, divorce, abuse (emotional and sexual). Additional areas include anxiety, depression, healthy boundaries, parenting issues.

Recent blog posts

Love Your Children Uniquely

Each child has a unique and evolving personality. Adele Faber and Elaine Mazlish in Siblings Without Rivalry say “To be loved uniquely - for one’s own special self - is to be loved as much as we need to be loved.” Each child is different and unique in all character...

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You are never too old to learn

“You are the average of the five people you spend the most time with”.  That quote from Jim Rohn, who wrote The Art of Exceptional Living has traveled many business circles.  Think about it in your personal life. Have you ever thought about who you hang out with the...

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Play Therapy

Play is the language of a child. The art of Play Therapy uses play to help children express their feelings through toys instead of words. Play is the child’s natural medium of expression. Toys are to children what words are to adults. The Association For Play Therapy...

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