• Jordan Shafer, MS, LPC

    I am available on a limited basis, every other week. Contact mail by email.

    As an EMDR therapist, I help people explore and identify the thought patterns constantly running in the background that cause conflict and discomfort.  These thoughts or “neural patterns,” which are formed over a lifetime, cause anxiety and stress (PTSD) and are disruptive regular living.  As these emotional patterns are identified, we then use EMDR processing to resolve them.  Sometimes this can be accomplished in a few sessions, but most often it takes longer.

    I teach people the skill of tuning into their “felt-sense”, staying with their emotions, and learning to regulate their feelings and emotions from that place.  This is a great way to live in the present moment, responding in “real-time” to what is currently happening as opposed to reacting to a contrived reality constructed in the mind and being played out in “real-life.”

    For people who want to go deeper, I encourage them to buy, read and do, The Presence Process by Michael Brown.  We can then use that as a way to guide our sessions and the work we do.

    I help people see life from a different perspective.  After all, you can’t use the thinking you used to get into your current discomfort, to get you out of it.

    Location:

    Plano, TX  75023  (near Custer and Legacy)

    Fees:
    Counseling is provided on a “fee-for-service” or “self-pay” basis, and payment is due at the time of service. If out-of-network benefits are available, they are the responsibility of the client.

    Charges are as follows:

    • Regular session (50 minutes) $140.00;
    • Extended Session (80 minutes) $185.00.

    Jordan can be reached via:

    email: jshafer@compassionworks.com

    phone: (972) 342-2448

  • Jose Carbajal, PhD, LCSW

    Dr. Jose Carbajal attended Baylor University after his tenure in the U.S. Army, where he received his bachelor’s degree and master’s degree in social work, and a master’s degree in theological studies. He completed his Ph.D. in Social Work at the University of Texas at Arlington. Jose has several publications and he has conducted many professional presentations and trainings. Jose’s research focus is on the interventions clinicians use to treat trauma, neuroscience, and faith. Jose has over 15 years of clinical experience and he has extensive teaching experience, leading seminars, and workshops. His clinical specialties are trauma, sexual abuse recovery, domestic violence, and substance abuse. Dr. Carbajal is EMDR Certified, an Approved Consultant, and an EMDRIA Approved Trainer in EMDR.

    Jose can be reached via:

    email: joseic@live.com (preferred contact method)

    phone: (817) 565-7162