Building a trusting relationship and creating a safe, nonjudgmental environment is central to Andy’s approach to therapy. He understands the importance of accepting his clients as they are and supporting them in the pursuit of their goals. He helps clients develop the tools they need to make desired changes, utilizing solution-focused, relational, and person-centered counseling approaches. He has extensive experience working with a broad range of mental health, personal concerns, and life challenges. He appreciates and enjoys collaborating with diverse populations including children, adults, couples, and families. In addition, he feels strongly about supporting Veterans, Active Duty and their families.
Andy earned his Master’s degree in Professional Counseling from Texas State University - San Marcos in 2001.
Suzanna believes that the counseling relationship is the foundation for change and growth. Suzanna works collaboratively with her clients to help them identify, appreciate and cultivate their strengths so they can utilize them in resolving difficulties. Suzanna works with children, adolescents and adults seeking psychotherapy to address issues including trauma, difficulties with emotional regulation, anxiety, panic, depression, grief and loss, life transitions, sexuality, divorce, school problems, social skills, low self-esteem, identity development, communication problems, and family and peer relationship challenges.
Suzanna Meyer, MA, LPC is a Licensed Professional Counselor. She received her Master’s degree in Professional Counseling from Texas State University – San Marcos in 2004. Suzanna has over ten years experience working with children, adolescents, adults, and couples.
Cynthia is comfortable working with adults and children. She welcomes couples who are trying to improve their marriage relationship as well as individuals who are going through the divorce process. She also addresses a variety of treatment issues including behavior difficulties in children. Ms. Ince believes that children who are in need of the most love will ask for it in the most unloving ways. When a child shows behavior that is unacceptable in the home or school environment they are using a form of communication. In most cases there is something behind misbehavior that is triggering or strengthening the behavior. There is a hidden message which must be discovered. Cynthia has attended play therapy training and has experience working at a children’s advocacy center providing play therapy as well as working with four school districts in helping children be successful in the school environment. In addition, she has worked with depression, trauma, anxiety, bipolar disorder, personality disorders, relationship difficulties, and sexual abuse.