Hello, I am Ms. Solomon!
I'm a counseling and behavioral therapist. I am an LPC-Associate, I specialize in marriage and family therapy, and I am certified in applied behavioral analysis. I am supervised by Mrs. Debbie Gardner, LPC-S, LMFT-S. I have been providing services to individuals with psychological and behavioral disorders for a little over 5 years. Therapy modalities that I use are CBT, CPT, DBT, REBT, SFBT, PCIT, ABA, positive psychology, reality therapy, Gottman methods, family systems therapy, Christian counseling, person-centered therapy, and narrative therapy. I earned a Bachelor of Science in Psychology and Business Management at Texas A&M University-Texarkana. I earned a Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology and Marriage and Family Therapy at LeTourneau University in Longview, TX. I also obtained a certification in Applied Behavioral Analysis from Capella University in Minneapolis, MN. I've worked in in-patient, PHP, IOP, and individual clinical settings. I am a passionate and empathetic therapist with strong counseling abilities and an understanding of interpersonal familial relationships. Through clinical experience, compassion, and empathy, I support and assist those willing to make a positive difference in their lives. I pride myself in providing a safe and supportive space, to work side by side with my clients to help them to overcome their barriers. I am fully committed to listen and offer my best professional practices to help you. I am straight forward, I have a heart of a servant, and I love the work that I do which is helping people live better, productive lives. You can count on my empathetic and person-centered approach towards every conversation we take part in. Thank you for taking the first step and for allowing me to be part of this very important journey.
Look forward to meeting you!
Bachelor of Science in Psychology and Business Management
Texas A&M University-Texarkana
Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology and Marriage and Family Therapy
Certification in Applied Behavioral Analysis