“Therapy” and “counseling” were everyday words in Linda’s household. She grew up with a dad who is a psychologist and dinner time was often an opportunity for “group therapy.” Let’s just say it wasn’t exactly something she loved as a teenager! She is familiar with the ups and downs of marriage and raising teenagers. When people experience life stressors, it is not uncommon for their lives to unravel. She believes unhealthy relationships can result in emotional and physical stress, and healthy relationships can improve overall well-being.
Linda loves seeing people discover inner strength and awareness to make positive changes in their life. She views therapy as a collaborative experience and seeks to help clients feel understood and hopeful. Her educational background includes a Master of Education from Texas Tech and a Master of counseling from SMU. Linda’s clients include couples and individuals with depression, anxiety, and relationship issues.
Some of Linda’s favorite things are traveling, hanging out with her family, and looking for new adventures. She is passionate about Fellowship of Christian Athletes (supporting coaches and athletes), Buckner International (vulnerable children and families), and Both Ends Believing (working with countries to reform child welfare practices). Linda was born in Ft. Worth and has been married for 30 years with 3 children.
Her favorite quote… “With the new day comes new strength and new thoughts.”
~ Eleanor Roosevelt
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