Each of our therapists are highly skilled professionals with a variety of areas knowledge and expertise.
Neuropsychologist, Director of Assessment
As a neuropsychologist, my approach to therapy is based on an empathic connection with clients and involves a holistic approach that integrates client’s unique backgrounds, family dynamics, strengths, and interests combined with a comprehensive understanding of brain functioning.
I draw from 17 years of experience in various mental health settings provide a collaborative treatment approach with unique brain-based interventions. I work with patients to identify recurring themes and patterns of thoughts, feelings, self-concept, relationships and life experiences with an emphasis on how past experiences contribute to recurring patterns of behavior and relationships.
I strive to provide a compassionate and individualized approach to psychotherapy, and to see the whole person rather than simply a diagnosis. I am experienced in working with a variety of concerns, from processing trauma to exploring existential issues such as grief, loss, and life transitions. Additionally, I have experience in working with difficulties related to personality disorders, depression, bipolar disorder, and anxiety. I also have extensive training working with veterans on a variety of issues including PTSD.
Veronica is a therapist because she loves the healing journey and believes relationship is the most powerful catalyst along the way. For her, the therapeutic relationship is a process of co-creating safe enough space where clients can find what they need within themselves. It can provide the security to explore and integrate that which is coming to the surface for a greater purpose. She is an LMSW, CDWF and certified Vita ™ sex coach.
Therapy is an opportunity to create a safe container in which we can become open and curious--instead of fearful or defended—about thoughts, feelings, and behavior that are problematic and unproductive. I believe in making a good start in a client’s personal journey by being approachable, empathetic and establishing clear, useful boundaries.
I am a Trauma Fellow trained at the University of Houston and have over 20 years’ experience working in the recovery community. I have also enjoyed a 29-year career as a recording engineer and producer. I am passionate about helping people who identify as ‘being creative' or as 'a creative.'
You may want to work with me if you seek to build greater self-esteem and self-love, to better understand and deal with overwhelming feelings, and to communicate openly and directly – even when it’s really tough. As your therapist, I promise to offer a non-judgmental space where you decide the most important focus. From there, we’ll work together to decide the best way to meet your individual needs.
I have a strong background providing CBT (Cognitive Behavioral Therapy) and have received significant training in DBT (Dialectical Behavioral Therapy). I provide individual, group, and family therapy to adults and adolescents.
My therapeutic approach can be described as one that emphasizes an appreciation for the complexity and uniqueness of all of my clients. I provide a safe space for us to explore your thoughts, feelings, and actions so that you can more fully understand yourself and obtain direction on how and where to grow. Using my professional experience and training I will collaborate with you to create an individualized treatment plan based on your specific needs.
EMILY NETHERTON, LCSW
Licensed Clinical Social Worker
I am passionate about helping individuals of all ages struggling with a variety of challenging issues such as anxiety, depression, relationship difficulties, motherhood, mood disorders, personality disorders, body image issues, grief, and general life stressors. I also provide services for couples and families hoping to constructively address conflict and increase understanding of one another. To schedule a session with me, call me directly at 832-224-6453 or send an email.