We are a counseling practice in Arlington Texas. We work with children, adolescents, families, individuals, & couples.We also have pre-marital counseling available. Please call or E-mail our office if you would like more information or have any questions
(817) 723-1210 | info@compassioncounseling.us

Katelin Skinner, MS, LPC

Katelin is a Licensed Professional Counselor. Katelin graduated with a Master’s degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from the University of Texas at San Antonio and a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Samford University.

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Ginger believes we all experience personal struggles, difficult circumstances and conflict in relationships. If you need help navigating change and healing, there is hope for you. Counseling provides an intentional time, safe place and caring relationship that can help guide you to hope, healing, and change.

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I am a counselor who is passionate about people. I have known I wanted to be counselor since about the age of 13. I have been a counselor for over 25 years, with much experience with couples, individuals, and teens. I have experience working with anxiety, depression, loss, with victims of abuse and violence as well as many other issues. My desire is to help you successfully walk through life’s difficulties and clarify your goals. My job is to work myself out of a job.  I want to give you the patience, support, and tools, so you will no longer need me. The counseling is yours, not mine to give you the ability to work toward YOUR goals, not mine. I strive to be non-judgmental, as you are the expert on your life. I provide a place for you to talk and just be yourself. William Murphy

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Ashley received her Master’s of Education in Counseling from Tarleton State University and her Bachelor of Science in Education from The University of Texas at Arlington. Ashley has experience with play therapy, solution-focused counseling, and groups that address emotional, social, and academic concerns. This includes clients with a history of anxiety, Autism, abuse, divorce, bullying, Attention-Deficit Disorder, and foster care. Change is a natural and inevitable part of life. At times, every person has difficulty adjusting to those changes. This often can result in anxiety, anger, and sadness. Whether someone is grieving the loss of a loved one, celebrating a new child, adjusting to a new career or school, or struggling with relationships; everyone may need just a little help working through life’s challenges.

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Meredith is not accepting new clients at this time, but is still offering supervision.

Do you want to speak with someone without fear of judgment? Do you need to process thoughts or events in a safe place? If you are experiencing struggles in relationships, parenting, or even with yourself, I’m here to help. If you don’t feel like the best version of yourself, or your life isn’t going the way you would like, I’d love to work with you! More than likely, I want you to erase whatever negative idea you have about counseling from your mind. My job isn’t to give you advice, to be your friend or to have you lay on a couch and talk about your mom 😉

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Have you ever wondered why you repeatedly exhibit the same unhealthy behavior? Why you find yourself in the same situation or feeling the same way? I have. These are good questions to explore in counseling. I think you must address the beliefs behind the behavior, the desires that fuel the behavior and emotions. It is my goal in counseling to help you examine the thoughts and attitudes that drive your actions and to help provide insight into the issues you are addressing in light of God’s Word.

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For 20+ years, Sam Weaver has counseled individuals, couples, and families, served as youth pastor, marriage/family counselor, worked within in-patient and outpatient treatment centers, probate/drug courts, and psychiatric hospital settings. He has developed various programs including: anger management, men’s issues, co-dependency, relapse prevention, drug court, and dual diagnosis.

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Amy is a Licensed Professional Counselor. Amy has a Masters of Arts in Professional Counseling from Liberty University and a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology and Education from Stephen F. Austin State University.
Amy is certified in the PREPARE/ENRICH Counseling program and enjoys helping couples grow in their marriage by resolving conflict and managing major stressors in their relationship and families. Amy has experience working with individuals battling anxiety, depression and relationship issues. She enjoys working with teens, children, individuals, and couples. Amy uses Cognitive Behavior Therapy and Solution-focused Brief therapy.

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Supervised by Heidi Tournoux-Hanshaw, LPC-AT-S, ATR-BC, ATCS

Brittney strives to create a warm and welcoming environment. She values a strong therapeutic relationship with clients and works to create a safe, non-judgmental space for healing.

Brittney enjoys working with women and children. With experience as a classroom teacher, Brittney has been given the ability to work and connect with both children and families from all ages and backgrounds. Understanding that each individual’s experience is unique, she utilizes a variety of approaches tailored to meet each individual right where they are. These may include client-centered, strength based, and solution focused approaches when appropriate.

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Dora Saul Boyne, MS, LPC-Associate

Supervised by Dr. Ryan D. Foster

My name is Dora Saul Boyne. I strive to provide a safe space to address concerns such as anxiety, depression, grief, loss, chronic illness, end of life issues, and changes in family life. I believe there is always a way to find hope, even in our darkest places. Life presents many challenges and having someone to provide support and a place to explore the challenges can be an important step to finding healing and wholeness.

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Amy Blount - Practicum student

My name is Amy Blount and I am currently a Master’s level practicum student pursuing my Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from LeTourneau University. My passion is helping and empowering children and adolescents! Childhood has many milestones and it is important for kids to have the tools to thrive cognitively, emotionally, and socially. I look forward to helping your child through their counseling journey.

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Felica Keech-Smith MA, LPC- Associate

Supervised by Meredith Ivey, LPC-S, RPT-S

Hello! My name is Felica Keech-smith and I have a Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling with additional training in Trauma and Art therapy from Regent University. Previously, I completed my Bachelor of Science in Psychology from Colorado Christian University. I am a wife, mother, and grandmother who after working in ministry most of my life and several different fields throughout adulthood, felt the call to help those such as military and first responders and their families with traumatic issues such as PTSD. My view of calling expanded to others who suffered trauma and more complex issues found in Complex PTSD, such as in abuse and other traumatic experience. My sincere wish is to bring hope to the hurting in order that they might find a brighter future through empathy and seeing through the eyes of my clients. I first hope to build a relationship followed by CBT, TF-CBT, and even some art and creative techniques that fit with each client. I also hope to pursue more education in future such as EMDR, child play therapy, and attachment distortion education (both current in children and past in adults) to complete a well rounded service.

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Ann Brunner, MA, LPC- Associate

Supervised by Meredith Ivey, LPC-S, RPT-S

Ann is a Licensed Professional Counselor. Ann graduated with a Master’s in Professional Counseling from Liberty University. She is primarily trained in cognitive behavioral techniques but uses a wide range of counseling theories and techniques to meet her clients' needs. Ann sees clients 13 years of age and older and can help with general issues related to anxiety, depression, grief/loss, and work/life adjustment issues. In addition, she has a passion for working with those in ministry, missionaries and third-culture teens. Her more than 10 years of ministry and missions experience makes her uniquely qualified to help in these areas. She is adept at meeting you where you are and walking alongside you as you find healing.

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Jillian Rausche – Practicum student

I firmly believe that mental health is just as important as physical health, and attending to your mental well-being is essential to living your best life.

I am passionate about advocacy and research within the field of mental health. Recently, I had the opportunity to contribute to the field by co-authoring several scholarly articles published in the coming months regarding Positive Psychology interventions, Autism (to include cortisol levels in Autism), and Peer-Mediated versus Parent-Mediated Interventions.

I welcome the opportunity to serve the needs of individuals, couples, and families of all ages and backgrounds at Compassion Counseling.

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2214 Michigan Ave. Suite C & F
Arlington, TX 76013

(817) 723-1210

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