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Meet Our Team

Counselors

 

Cynthia Barkley

Ph.D., LPC-S, CSAT, CPTT

Alessia Madkins

M.A., LPC, CCPS

Emilio Jimenez

M.A., LPC

Justin Bond

M.A., LPC-Associate

Lisha Espinosa

B.A., Health Coach

Anne Kemp

Trained Debriefer, Board Member

Coaching & Debriefing

 

Program Team

 

Ron Barkley

Co-Founder, Board Member

David Parker

Business Advisor

Skyler Womack

Director of Development

Shawn & Sharon Sidwell

Dan Miller

Program Development Associate

What do all the letters mean?

LPC


A therapist with this credential is a Licensed Professional Counselor. These Therapists have completed all requirements for becoming fully licensed according to the Texas State Board's licensing requirements.




LPC-S


Along with being fully licensed, these therapists have completed additional training to supervise LPC-Associates.




LPC-Associate


These therapists have completed their master's level work and passed the National Counselor Examination for Licensure and Certification. The Texas State Board requires associates to accumulate 3,000 hours of counseling experience before they can complete their associate requirements. Until that time, they are under the weekly supervision of an LPC-S.




CSAT


A therapist with this credential is a Certified Sex Addiction Therapist. They are already licensed in their state as a therapist and have completed additional training with faculty of the International Institute for Trauma and Addiction Professionals. These therapists have received intensive, experiential training for treating sex addiction with 30 hours of supervision under a CSAT supervisor.




CCPS


A therapist with this credential is a Certified Clinical Partner Specialist. They are already licensed in their state as a therapist and have completed additional specialized training with the Associate of Partners of Sex Addicts Trauma Specialists. These therapists have received extensive training for treating partners affected by problematic sexual behavior and betrayal trauma in addition to completing 30 hours of consultation with an APSATS approved consultation supervisor.




CPTT


A therapist with this credential is a Certified Partner Trauma Therapist. They are already licensed in their state as a therapist and have completed additional training with faculty of the International Institute for Trauma and Addiction Professionals (IITAP). These therapists have received extensive training for treating partners of betrayal trauma in addition to completing 30 hours of supervision under a CPTT supervisor.