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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.
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This therapy involves changing one’s perception, thinking and false beliefs. At its core is the belief that how one thinks affects how they are in life. Seemingly developed in the last century, it is not a new concept. Solomon, the wisest man ever said, “As a man...
You are facing the holidays and someone you love will be missing from the holiday table because they have died. Holidays are often difficult for anyone who has experienced a loss. You are not alone. Rather than times of feeling joy, togetherness, sharing, and...
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