Christopher "Chris" Jones
Get to know Christopher
LPC and LPC supervisor, Chris has been an invaluable member of the Lifeologie team since 2006. He’s our go-to dude for trauma, PTSD, major depression, long-lasting anxiety, out-of-control anger, probation, borderline personality, narcissistic personality, and abuse recovery. Chris has a talent for working with individuals who grew up in chaotic homes and are now struggling to find their way.
Chris also has a knack for helping the young professional, age 20 – 30ish, who is trying to adjust to a real job, real relationship, first-time parenting, professional success, and “Is this really what I want to do for the rest of my life?” He works with individuals, couples, and almost couples to help them find direction in this challenging time.
Chris is also great with those “failure to launch” kids – you know – that 24-year-old who is still sleeping in their old high school room under YOUR roof? Chris can help with college difficulties of all kinds – from mild homesickness to severe functional issues.
Chris Jones grew up in a small town south of the metroplex. He has managed to remain close to his small-town roots (really— he drives his RV to NASCAR) and enjoys a relaxed lifestyle with his smart, pretty wife and his two terrific daughters. Both kids are teenagers. His street cred is solid.
A Licensed Professional Counselor (1996) and approved Licensed Professional Counselor Supervisor, Chris received both his bachelor's and master's degrees in psychology from Baylor University in Waco.
Chris is a certified EMDR clinician – and if you don’t know about EMDR, read up. EMDR is a cutting-edge and highly-tested technique that uses neuropsychological and structural components of the brain to treat trauma, depression, complex anxiety, and a number of other severe issues.
Chris has spent quality years working in a variety of clinical settings. His clinical experience ranges from the ROPES course to juvenile probation to psychiatric hospitals to private practice. Well-rounded is a proper description.
If you can’t find him in the office, he is likely off running a marathon, triathlon, or some-type-of-thon, or keeping a seat warm at Texas Motor Speedway.