Everyone will enter into a crisis sometime in their lives. We provide well trained individuals to help you through any crisis you are experiencing.
A Professional Counselor can care for you. You are not alone and we can help!
JAMES CALDWELL, LPC
James Caldwell LPC offers professional individual (adolescent and adult), family, group and marriage counseling. His areas of special interest and training are depression, anxiety/panic attacks/phobias, self-injury, stress management and parenting.
James also has experience as an Intervention Specialist for the Richardson Independent School District, where he has worked with "at risk" adolescents experiencing a wide range of problems including depression, social phobias, ADD/ADHD, authority issues, substance abuse, truancy and divorce. For more than 12 years, he has also been making presentations at schools and conventions across the state on issues including bullying,
ANDREW SIEFERS, MA, LPC-SUPERVISOR; EMDR TRAINED
Andrew is a Licensed Professional Counselor, with a Masters Degree in Counseling from Dallas Baptist University and 8 years of counseling experience in the DFW area. Professional experience has included:
- Individual Counseling
- Marriage Counseling
- Family Counseling
- Group Counseling
- Biblical Christian Counseling
- Inpatient Behavioral Health Hospital
- Chronic Illness Partial Hospitalization Program
- Drug and Alcohol Rehabilitation Treatment Facility
- EMDR Therapy for PTSD and Life-Altering Trauma
My Rooted Soul Counseling is committed to understanding how to root out, release, remove and grow new core selves based on the life giving resources of Biblical truth, Christ's death and resurrection, and grace that is given by God to all that would believe and accept it. Those that would choose otherwise would be likened to Esau who could not change when he wanted to because he had missed the truth.
JENNIFER BROBST, PH.D.
Brobst Psychological Services
Dr. Jennifer Brobst is a licensed Clinical Psychologist and a Licensed Specialist in School Psychology. Dr. Brobst counsels adults, adolescents, children, parents, and couples. She has experience with depression, anxiety, autism and other developmental disabilities, OCD, ADHD, family issues, parenting stress, career and academic concerns, and coping with traumatic experiences and/or loss, such as in a time of death, divorce, and other significant life changes. In addition, she enjoys working with individuals and families to achieve their goals and grow spiritually as well as emotionally in their every day lives. Dr. Brobst completed her Internship at Baylor College of Medicine Menninger Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Science in Houston. She obtained her M.A. and Ph.D. from Texas Tech University and her B.S. from Texas A&M University in College Station. Dr. Brobst utilizes cognitive-behavioral and interpersonal therapeutic techniques to initiate healing, change, and most of all to find hope.