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Meet the Panel of Counselors

On August 26 we are hosting a live-streamed podcast in which Rev. Doug Meyer will interview three licensed counselors who are connected to Trietsch. In this podcast, you will be able to ask questions, share stories, or give your input on topics relating to mental health. As our kids are returning to school, we will be focus on depression and anxiety in teens, bullying, and school violence, but we are also open to discussing issues happening daily with you. We know that mental health and mental illness are not contained to a certain age, race, gender, or economic status. 

You can join the podcast via Facebook Live on Monday, August 26 at 8 pm on the Trietsch Memorial United Methodist Church Facebook page.

Please take a moment to get to know the counselors who will be present for the panel:

Laura O'Reilly, Licensed Clinical Social Worker

Laura worked as a School Social Worker in the Chicago suburbs for 5 years.  Upon moving to Texas, she started  her own private practice in Flower Mound in 2017.  In addition to her private practice, she is an adjunct professor with Texas A&M Commerce.  Laura is a wife, a mom, and also enjoys creative writing.

Specialties: Laura is a generalist and practices with children, adolescents, adults and couples.

Education: Masters Degree in Social Work, Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW)
Website: https://www.lauraoreillylcsw.com/
Contact: 217-600-2565

Clint Donaldson, Licensed Professional Counselor

Clint has been in the field of counseling and psychology for over 7 years, after working in ministry for several churches in Texas. He has experience providing counseling in both a private practice setting as well as in a church setting. His passion has always been for helping marriages, families, and relationships, yet desired to expand his knowledge and experience with other areas. While completing his initial internship hours, he gained experience in acute psychiatric care, working within a multidisciplinary team to provide care for patients needing stabilization from suicidal and homicidal thoughts as well as psychosis. For the past 2 years, he has been focused on helping men and their families that have struggled with addiction to drugs and alcohol, providing individual, group, and family therapy at a local residential treatment center. Clint holds a bachelor’s degree from Texas Tech University in Psychology and received his master’s degree in Counseling from B.H. Carroll Theological Institute. He is currently working in private practice for The Center for Integrative Counseling and Psychology seeing clients in Dallas, Arlington, and Flower Mound.

Specialties: Boundaries, codependency, depression, anxiety, suicidal thoughts, faith and spirituality, marriage, couples, substance abuse/ addiction

Education: BA in Psychology, Texas Tech University and MA in Counseling, B.H. Carroll Theological Institute
Website: https://thecentercounseling.org/team/clint-donaldson
Contact: 214-526-4525

Chris Robinson, Licensed Professional Counselor Intern

Chris received his Master of Arts in Counseling with a dual degree in Professional Counseling and Marriage and Family Therapy. He is experienced in working with children, adolescents, adults, couples and families in the treatment of depression, anxiety, PTSD, relational issues, vocational issues, life transitions and marital issues. His treatment modalities include Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Couples Therapy, Family Therapy and Group Therapy. He is a speaker and trainer on mental health issues and is an active advocate for social justice in providing mental health services to the underserved. Chris is a Christian who believes that the spirituality of every person is important to respect and explore in overcoming adversity. 

Specialties: Depression, anxiety, trauma, PTSD, relationships

Education: MA in Counseling, LeTourneau University
Website: https://cjrcounseling.com/
Contact: 972-822-8338

Posted by Alyssa Robinson at 1:55 PM
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