Micah Gultery

LPC Associate

Supervised by Erica Pouncie, LPC-S

Telehealth Available

insurance accepted


Get to know Micah

As a part of the Gen Z population, Micah has found his passion and purpose in working with troubled adolescents, struggling young adults, and adults looking for solutions to complex problems. His years of experience working with high risk youth at MetroCare Dallas have given him both a heart for this misunderstood population and a unique ability to connect with and work with them. 

Micah specializes in adolescent behavioral issues, drug use and abuse, anxiety, depression, suicidal ideation, mental health issues, self-harm, anger management, self-esteem challenges, stress, and time management issues. Micah also works with parents and families. His role as a counselor is to be a journeyman with each client's experiences. He is an advocate, encourager, and supporter throughout sessions. "I want you as my client to experience the same breakthrough I found through my mental health journey to become who I am today. My hope and expectation is that you will find your breakthrough and empowerment to be your truest self."

Micah’s journey to becoming a counselor started when, as a teenager, he dealt with mental health struggles that affected him into young adulthood. Discovering the mental health field gave him hope to solve his problems, and he knew he wanted to give back to his community through therapy tailored to the well-being of every client. Micah's expectation and hope is that every individual he counsels will experience that same empowerment to overcome their mental health adversities.

Micah earned his BA in Psychology from the University of Texas at Arlington and his Master’s in Clinical Counseling from the University of North Texas at Dallas. He utilizes the approaches of person-centered, solution-focused and CBT to assist clients through their adversities. His joy is seeing clients progress throughout sessions to discover themselves and have a positive outlook for their future.

Micah considers himself an ambivert who enjoys a social life with friends and family at concerts, sporting events and traveling, while keeping a quietness in his lifestyle.

Click here to view Micah's profile on Psychology Today.