Shirley Nedock, LPC
My professional experience includes over 13 years of experience working with our military service members and their dependents working through deployments, suicide, multiple relocation’s, marital issues, PTSD and other issues that military families face. In addition, I have worked with families, teens and children on multiple issues such as depression, anxiety, family issues, divorce, substance abuse, anger management, grief and loss, parenting skills, domestic violence, and adolescent issues.
I know that making the decision to contact a therapist can be difficult for some and my goal is to make the process as welcoming as possible. My approach to therapy is solution-focused and collaborative. You will find that sessions are more like a warm conversation in an office setting. I believe that everyone is motivated to succeed given the right tools in a safe and warm comfortable environment. I tend to use cognitive behavioral therapy or solution-focused therapy to help people overcome irrational and/or unhealthy thought patterns. I would love to help you overcome obstacles in your life and move forward.
Andrea Y. Muñoz-Szczepaniak, MS, LPC, LCDC-I
Hello my name is Andrea, and I am a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) in the state of Texas. I earned my Master of Science degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from The University of Texas at San Antonio (UTSA) in 2017. My clinical experience started in 2016 at a non-profit community mental health agency. I have specialized training in trauma and bereavement. I have experience in process groups, psychoeducational groups and substance use dependency groups. I am a clinician who is down-to-earth and will meet you where you are. I want our therapeutic relationship to feel safe, trusting, and supportive. As a military spouse for over 15 years, I am very familiar with military life and the challenges that individuals and families face in everyday life and in transition to civilian life. I have experience working with children and teens who have had traumatic experiences. I have experience with bereavement, substance dependency, and mood disorders. I work with children, teens, and adults. I look forward to speaking to you more about how I can help with your unique situation.
Laura Baskin, MA, LPC, NCC
Registered Play Therapist and Certified Clinical Trauma Professional
I enjoy working with people of all ages, especially children and adolescents providing individual counseling, sibling therapy, and family therapy. I also enjoy working with the LGBTQ community. In my counseling career, I have been privileged to serve communities such as survivors of abuse, those experiencing grief and loss, and children in residential psychiatric treatment experiencing complex trauma.
My approach to the counseling relationship is trauma-informed and person-centered, utilizing play therapy, narrative therapy, and cognitive-behavioral therapy. I have experience helping people adjust to and face issues including divorce, blending families, adoption, grief and loss, abuse and neglect, anxiety, depression, and attention and developmental delays in young children.
I was born and raised in Central Texas and graduated from Texas State University. I have a bachelor’s degree in psychology with a minor in child and family development in 2011 and graduated with a master’s degree in professional counseling in 2014. I enjoy gardening, exploring nature, and spending time with my family. I love serving the people of my community.
Allie Middleton, MS, LPC, RYT
Hello Beautiful Souls! My name is Allie, and I am a Licensed Professional Counselor and a Registered Yoga Teacher. Throughout my professional career, I have utilized a holistic approach to help my clients. I believe that we, as human beings, are able to heal, grow and thrive when we nurture our entire entity. I have found that a holistic approach is truly beneficial at aligning a whole person; mind, body, and soul. My approach to counseling is a person centered approach, and to help you to become more aware of your own emotions, thoughts, body and surroundings. By gaining this awareness and viewing the self in its entirety with compassion and grace, we gain a deeper understanding of ourselves at all levels, and are more capable to promote progress and enhance our quality of life. I earned my bachelor’s degree in Child and Family Development in 2012, and my master’s degree in Professional Counseling in 2015. During my career, I have had the opportunity of working with children and families that have experienced grief and loss, abuse and neglect, depression, anxiety, neurodevelopmental issues, and other complex trauma in a residential setting. I also have experience working with children with Autism Spectrum Disorder in school and day care settings, and am passionate about integrating movement and sensory based modalities in with my counseling. It is a privilege to see how resilient human beings can be! In my own time, I teach yoga, enjoy kayaking and being in nature, and spending time with my loved ones.
Stephen Miller, MS, LPC, NCC
My name is Stephen Miller and I am a Licensed Professional Counselor. I am a U.S. Air Force veteran with more than 22-years of active duty service. I hold a Bachelor of Science degree in Applied Sociology from Texas State University, and Master of Science degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from the University of Texas at San Antonio, and am a National Certified Counselor (NCC) and a professional member of the American Counseling Association (ACA). I have experience counseling adolescents, adults, and couples, covering a wide variety of issues related to anxiety, depression, grief and loss, LGBTQ, and marriage and relationships, including pre-marital counseling. I have worked with individuals and families dealing with challenges including Schizophrenia, Bipolar Disorder, Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), Anxiety, Depressive, and Conduct Disorders, and Substance-Related and Addictive Disorders, among others. I employ techniques from a number of therapeutic approaches, but consider myself primarily to be a Cognitive-Behavioral and Solution-Focused counselor. Together, we will utilize your strengths, along with a variety of therapeutic tools to help you identify roadblocks, overcome challenges, and learn to live life to the fullest.