Meet the staff

Stacy Brothers, M.S. LPC-Supervisor

President & CEO

     Stacy Brothers, M.S., LPC-Supervisor has over a decade of experience helping persons in need, and persons looking to improve their happiness and life satisfaction. Stacy specializes in helping clients with anxiety, depression, grief, and relationship problems (however, she helps a very wide variety of clients). Stacy provides counseling for adults (individual counseling family and couples counseling) as well as children and adolescents. Stacy has a special interest in working with teens that self-harm, suffer from low self-worth, and struggle with panic attacks.

 

     When working with clients, Stacy wants to ensure each person's experience is one that is positive and unique. She  prides herself  in not only listening empathetically to every client's own personal story but at the same time, wants them to feel like they can truly be themselves without any judgment.  Stacy provides a warm, approachable, nurturing and relatable environment for her clients.

 

     Stacy graduated in 2002 from the University of North Texas with an undergraduate degree in psychology. In 2009, she graduated from Texas Woman's University with a Masters in Family Therapy. She continued her professional development by getting her supervisor’s license to help support and nurture other counselors in the field.

Carolyn Arnold, M.S., LPC-I

Inten

Carolyn Arnold is a Licensed Professional Counselor Intern in the State of Texas. She holds a Master’s degree in Professional Counseling from Amberton University and a Master’s degree in Psychology from the University of Phoenix. Carolyn has worked with a variety of clients ranging in age from four to seventy-five. Carolyn has a background in Trauma, working with abused children and their families at the Children’s Advocacy Center and also as therapist at a behavioral health hospital, in addition to her private practice work. She has worked with clients who experience a wide range of issues, including Anxiety, Depression, Attention Deficit Disorder/Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, Trauma/Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, Bipolar Disorder, Substance Abuse, Sexuality/Gender issues, Self-esteem issues, Family/Relationship issues and more.  Carolyn also counseled in an Academic setting for nearly ten years.

Carolyn employs an eclectic approach to counseling and believes that each client is unique and deserves individualized therapy based on what works best for them. Carolyn believes in unconditional positive regard for her clients and that a caring, non-judgmental relationship is essential for progress. Whether you just need someone to listen and help you get through the stressors of everyday life, or you are ready to clear out some of the emotional baggage weighing you down, Carolyn can help guide you through it. She genuinely loves helping people live better lives and would be honored to partner with you on your journey. Carolyn is under the supervision of Stacy  Brothers, M.S., LPC-S.

Lisa Boyd, M.ED., LPC-I, LCDC

Intern

Lisa Boyd is an empathic, emotionally intelligent and intuitive Licensed Professional Counselor Intern and a Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselor.

She holds a Master of Counselor Education from the University of North Texas and a Bachelor of Music from the University of Texas at Arlington.

Kristin Smart, M.A., LPC-I

Intern

Kristin Smart received her Master of Arts in Counselor Education from The University of Texas at Austin and is a Licensed Professional Counselor-Intern under the supervision of Stacy -Brothers, LPC-S. Kristin has a caring, nonjudgmental presence and creates a safe space for you to explore yourself and the challenges you are facing. Through counseling and coaching, she supports you in working through difficult issues, experiencing symptom relief, and creating a more meaningful and balanced life.  She specializes in adolescent counseling for identity issues, anxiety, depression, transitions, self-esteem, and a number of other issues. She works from solution focused, humanistic and cognitive behavioral approaches to help you understand yourself, the issues you are facing, and how to work through them.