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.
Plano, TX 75023 (near Custer and Legacy)
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:
phone: (972) 342-2448
Amanda Martin, PhD, LMFT-S, LPC and LCCA
Amanda Martin has PhD in Family Therapy, Licensed Professional Counselor and Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist Supervisor and EMDRIA Approved Consultant for EMDR. She has over 14 years of experience and specializes working with people and families with trauma histories in residential and outpatient settings. In addition, she provides supervision for EMDR certification and EMDR consultants-in-trainings and LMFT-Associates. It’s her mission to help people find their healthy, joyful and fulfilling path in life.
Amanda’s counseling style is warm, supportive and interactive. She believes everyone has inner strengths and a purpose of significance in this world. Her theoretical approaches include: Symbolic Experiential Therapy approach layered with Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, EMDR, HeartMath, Animal-Assisted Therapy, Neurofeedback and Collaborative Problem Solving.
Amanda is offering in person and online EMDR consultation at two locations, Katy and Sugar Land, Texas.
Amanda can be reached via:
phone: (832) 422 8702
Address: 1850 Ave D, Katy, TX 77493
800 Bonaventure Ste #104, Sugar Land, TX 77478
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: email@example.com (preferred contact method)
phone: (817) 565-7162
Heather Dunn, LPC-S and LMFT-S
Heather graduated from the University of Colorado in Denver with a Masters of Arts in Couples and Family Therapy in 2005. Shortly after graduation she moved to Houston where she worked with survivors of domestic and sexual violence in a non-profit setting for 15 years. Now in private practice, she specializes in working with adults with complex trauma. Heather is a supervisor for both LPC’s and LMFT’s, and a Fully Approved EMDR Consultant.
Heather offers group and individual consultation online at flexible times
Heather can be reached via:
phone: (720) 934-2078
address: 2217 Park Ave., Pearland, TX 77581
Madison Duncan, LPC
Madison Duncan is an EMDR trained Licensed Professional Counselor with a person-centered lens. She is passionate about working with Adult Children of Alcoholics, young adults, and sexual trauma. Prior to receiving her master’s from Southern Methodist University, she received her bachelor’s degree in Corporate Communications from the University of Texas. Her private practice office that she shares with her pup, Oggie, is in the downtown Dallas area and overlooks the beautiful SMU campus at Mockingbird Station.
Madison can be reached via:
phone: (214) 997-4971
Robert Peacock, LCSW-S
Robert is a Humanistic therapist and an EMDR Approved Consultant with three years of experience practicing EMDR in private practice. His specialties are complex trauma and dissociation. Additionally, Robert has worked with clients who have struggled with Generalized Anxiety Disorder, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, and Grief/Bereavement. He enjoys helping consultees gain a deeper understanding of the EMDR practice, particularly the importance of target sequencing, cognitive interweaves, and how best to implement EMDR into your theoretical framework.
Robert can be reached via:
phone: (682) 472-7771
Sharon Walker, LCSW
Sharon L. Walker, LCSW is in private practice in Arlington, TX and has been in the field of social work for nearly 40 years. Since 2003, Sharon has worked to specialize her practice to treating complex trauma. She is a certified and Approved Consultant in EMDR therapy. She is trained in Sensorimotor Psychotherapy and utilizes mindfulness and body work in her practice. She is also trained in Thought Field Therapy, Play Therapy and in Clinical Hypnosis. In the past 10 years, Sharon has worked extensively with dissociation and DID including those with ritual abuse. She also works with survivors of suicide loss and facilitates Survivors of Suicide (SOS), a support group in Fort Worth. Sharon is a member of the Suicide Awareness Coalition in Tarrant County. She is also a member of EMDRIA, NASW, and the International Society on the Study of Trauma and Dissociation (ISSTD).
Sharon can be reached via:
phone: (817) 277-0660
Amber Quaranta-Leech, MA, LPC-S
Amber is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) and Supervisor (LPC-S). She is an EMDRIA certified provider, a Certified Career Counselor, trained in TF-CBT, certified by the Equine Assisted Growth and Learning Association (EAGALA) as well as a Natural Lifemanship: Trauma-Focused Equine Assisted Therapy practitioner. She graduated from The University of Texas at Tyler in 2009 with her Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology. Her work experiences have included a variety of settings such as adolescent drug rehab, hospitals, and Residential Treatment Centers. In 2013 Amber moved to Killeen, Texas and entered private practice. During her time there she focused on helping clients heal from trauma and abuse. She also helped individuals who needed support in transitions, life changes, and dealing with depression and anxiety. In 2020 Amber moved back to Tyler, Texas to join the TASK program. She especially enjoys education and curriculum development, and supervision of up and coming counselors. Amber is currently a student at Regent University working on her PhD in Counseling Education and Supervision.
Tricia Gagnon, MS. Ed.S, RYT, LPC-S
Tricia Gagnon, MS. Ed.S, RYT, LPC-S is licensed in counseling and intern supervision and is a Consultant in Training with EMDRIA and a Certified EMDR Therapist with twenty years experience in residential and outpatient settings. Tricia teaches clients how to benefit from mindfulness and yoga in order to expand their window of tolerance for EMDR processing. She also teaches clinicians how to expand their own window of tolerance so they can continue to do the trauma work they love without compassion fatigue. She follows the latest research in neuroscience that finds yoga and mindfulness to be highly beneficial in the treatment of trauma recovery. Tricia is a 200 RYT Yoga teacher, trained in trauma informed yoga and meditation. She is also versed in working with HSP’s (Highly Sensitive Persons) and utilizes EMDR, Internal Family Systems, HeartMath, mindfulness groups, and equine therapy in her private practice in Flower Mound for adults in recovery from trauma, PTSD, anxiety, and codependency.
Tricia can be reached via:
phone: (469) 556-5234
Beth Coles, M.Ed. LPC-S, RPT-S
Beth Coles, M.Ed. LPC-S #61349, RPT-S is licensed in counseling and intern supervision and is a Certified EMDR Therapist. Beth is also a Consultant in Training with EMDRIA. Beth has a private practice in Richardson, TX and has extensive experience in the child sexual abuse field.
Beth can offer consultation toward certification in EMDR and Play Therapy. Beth specializes in working with children and teens who have experienced various types of trauma. She has completed advanced training in EMDR including: Integrative Attachment Trauma Protocol for Children, EMDR and Play Therapy, EMDR and Sandtray, and EMDR Therapy Protocols for Early Intervention and Ongoing Traumatic Stress.
Beth can be contacted at: