Dr. Cude enjoys working with both individuals and couples. Although most of his clinical work is with distressed couples (affairs, divorce, unhealthy conflict etc.)

Courtney has been practicing since 2012. She began her counseling career as a therapist in the office of Raj Shiwach MD PA in DeSoto, TX. She spent time there treating individuals and intensive outpatient groups with mood disorders, trauma, and grief.

Sindhu's special areas of interest include grief, loss and trauma. Currently, her practice is focused on helping adults deal with a variety of issues including anxiety, depression, anger, PTSD and trauma.

Michael is a Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist, as well as a Licensed Clinical Social Worker. Over his long career, he has worked with children, adolescents and adults.

Her approaches include trauma-focused cognitive, behavioral, cognitive-behavioral, and solution-focused therapy. Bransha describes the therapeutic relationship between a counselor and the client as a collaborative one.

Laura has a passion for working with people and walking with them through their life experiences and to help them toward their identified goals.  Laura sees counseling as a safe place to address the thoughts about ourselves and the world, and to evaluate how these thoughts impact our emotions and behaviors

Freda is an interactive, narrative therapist. Her therapeutic approach is to assist clients in alleviating personal problems by shifting one’s thinking about their unique story. She integrates complementary methodologies and techniques to offer a highly personalized approach tailored to each client.

Shonda enjoys working with adolescents, couples and adults. She helps client’s resolve and/or manage an array of issues such as relationship challenges, communication difficulties, boundary issues, stress management, etc. She has clinical experience in inpatient and outpatient settings serving diverse communities across the metroplex.

Linda enjoys working with adults, couples and families. Her specialties include: anger, anxiety, depression, codependency, domestic violence issues, grief and loss, life transitions, ministry in care taker burn out, stress, relationship issues, abuse survivors, women’s issues and spirituality.