Jane Williamson, PhD, LPC
I appreciate clients who are open to self-examination and change – who are able to have insight. Most of my clients have experienced some degree of trauma and benefit from examining the impact of their adverse life experiences. Pain often shows up in our relationships, in depression and anxiety. As an Empath, I enjoy validating people’s feelings, gently challenging misbeliefs, and coaching clients to deeply feel their value. With all our flaws, we humans still deserve great respect. I admire those who are willing to face and overcome adversity. How does this happen? We can learn to set boundaries, face reality, and ask for what we want and need (in an effective manner).
My path to becoming a therapist started with a desire to help others experience meaningful change, growth, and improvement. Then morphed to working on myself to heal my unconscious wounds by comforting others (I believe we all do this to some extent). Now I think doing therapy scratches an itch to have meaningful dialogue that isn’t superficial and is a bit challenging (mentally and emotionally).
For Myself – I love historical fiction and young adult fiction series.
- Language of Letting Go by Melody Beattie
- What Happened to You by Perry/Oprah
Outdoors – walking, hiking, water/beach. Having the extended family over for dinner. Going out to eat with my girlfriends. 70s/80s music.
I’ve been called an “absentminded professor”. Once I tried on two different color shoes to see which looked best with my outfit and then forgot to change into a matching pair.
With the grandchildren (and all “young ‘uns”). I absolutely delight in being as silly and goofy as possible. My favorite photo is where I stick out my tongue that is bright blue from a lollipop.
Years in Practice
- Adults 18-39
- Adults 40-65
- Trauma Therapy (EMDR, & PIT)
- Christian Perspective (on request)
- Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, PhD Education
- University of North Texas, M Ed Counseling
- Baylor University, BA Psychology
- Texas Women’s University, BS Nursing
- EMDR trained
- PIT (post-induction therapy) Certified
- RN (retired)
- Insurance: Accepts most major plans
- Cost: $200 per session
- Mon 9-8
- Tue 9-5
- Wed 12-6
- Thu 9-5
- Fri 9-4:30
- Sat 9-12 (every other)
How To Schedule an Appointment
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