Fort Worth Counseling & Intervention

 

Mission

 

To walk with clients as they seek freedom from the physical, mental and spiritual bonds that keep them from living a full and healthy life.

Our Truths

1

Struggles can be blessings in disguise.

2

Anything can be redeemed.

3

Healing involves mind, body, and soul.

4

Understanding identity is the path to healing.

Our Counseling Goal

 

Our goal is to be a guide in helping you identify, confront and overcome problematic issues. We understand that sharing your story with us can be difficult and we recognize the privilege we have in being included on your journey. We strive to be safe, affirming, and attuned to your struggles. Here is our promise to you:

Confidentiality is essential and your counselor will hold your story in trust until you are willing and ready to share it with others, if ever.

We will not push you to journey faster than you are capable of going. As guides we work for you, and your pace is our pace.

Our counselors concentrate on building expertise in specific areas of treatment. We are committed to receiving ongoing training in order to provide the necessary skills to help guide you on the path to wholeness.

Counseling Approaches

 

Individuals
Couples
Group
Family
Parenting

We believe in the power of people and in the power of community. Different types of counseling approaches are aimed at different goals.

Individual counseling helps a person understand himself or herself better. It is an interior process helping a person gain insight into the reasons for a less than satisfactory life.

Couples counseling explores the unique dynamic in relationships between people fully committed to each other. A marriage partner has the power to affect his or her spouse in ways that no other person can.

Group counseling helps a person understand himself or herself in the context of relationships with others. It also allows controlled experimentation with different ways of relating to others that might be more successful.

Family counseling addresses the family as a system with its own unique relational and authority structures that affect the health of everyone in the system.

Parenting counseling helps equip parents with tools to build authentic, trusting relationships with their children that encourage real communication and growth.

Meet The Crew

 

Michelle Groff

Michelle Groff

Clinical Director

Specialties: Anxiety disorders such as OCD, Generalized Anxiety Disorder, Panic Disorder, Phobias, and Trichotillomania. I also specialize in treating trauma, PTSD, and dissociative disorders.

 

Chris Groff

Chris Groff

Counselor

Specialties: All addictions, including Sex, Pornography, Substances, such as alcohol and drugs, and Behavioral Compulsions, such as gaming, social media, gambling, and exercise. Also, I work as a Marriage and Couples Counselor when the couple is struggling with addiction in one or both of the partners.

 

Allison Dulweber

Allison Dulweber

Counselor

Specialties: Anxiety, Codependence, Trauma, and Grief

 

Brad Nowlin

Brad Nowlin

Counselor

Specialties: Marital and Pre-Marital Counseling, Depression, Anxiety and Major Lifestyle Changes, Grief, Loss, and Trauma, and Career and Business Leadership Coaching.

 

Katelyn Eddelman

Katelyn Eddelman

LPC Intern under the supervision of Tamara Allen Bush, LPC-S

Specialties: Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, depression and anxiety disorders, grief and loss, anger, eating disorders, homelessness, social media and shopping addictions, boundary issues, marital conflict, identity/relational issues, and other mental health concerns.

 

Tamara Allen Bush

Tamara Allen Bush

Counselor

Specialties: Couples, Partner Betrayal, Love & Sex Addiction, Pornography Addiction, Substance & Process Addictions, Trauma, Attachment issues, Medical issues, Complex Cases, Family, Adolescents, Home Studies, and Group Counseling

 

Gary Dietz

Gary Dietz

LPC Intern and LMFT Associate under the supervision of Dr. Russ Bartee, LPCS LMFTS

Specialties: Pornography and sex addiction, alcohol and chemical dependency, marriage and family, blended families, adolescent issues, anxiety, trauma, PTSD, and chronic pain. As a retired police officer, I have a special affinity for first responders.

 

Debra Purvis

Debra Purvis

Counselor

Specialties: Partners of Sex addicts, Trauma of all kinds including Dissociative Disorders and PTSD, Codependency, Depression, Anxiety disorders, and personal Spiritual Issues.

 

Allie McKinney

Allie McKinney

Dietitian

Specialties: Eating disorders & disordered eating – including anorexia, bulimia, binge-eating disorder, unspecified feeding & eating disorders, emotional eating, and anyone looking to improve their relationship with food.

 

Caley Patterson

Caley Patterson

Counselor

Specialties: Addictions – Substance and Behavioral, including Codependency, Grief and Loss, Spiritual Issues, Relational Problems, Anxiety and Lifestyle Adjustments.

 

Nici Richardson

Nici Richardson

LPC-Intern under the Supervision of Heidi Tournoux-Hanshaw, LPC-S

Specialties: Grief, Perinatal Loss, Abortion, Compassion Fatigue & Burnout

 

Kimberly Knox

Kimberly Knox

Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist Associate under the supervision of Dr. Russ Bartee, LMFTS LPCS

Specialties: LGTBQ+ issues, teens and adolescents, depression and anxiety, marriage and family, blended families, grief and loss.

 

Chris McMullen

Chris McMullen

Counselor

Specialties: Couples Counseling, Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), and Sex Addiction Counseling.

 

Joel Snead

Joel Snead

LPC Intern under the supervision of Tamara Allen Bush, LPC-S

Specialties: Depression, anxiety, anger issues, mixed family conflict, grief, audible and visual hallucinations, suicidal ideation, relationship and marital struggles, and sexual trauma.

 

Bob Groff

Bob Groff

MA, LPC Intern under the supervision of Tamara Allen Bush, LPC-S

Specialties: Addictions, depression, anxiety, anger, grief, adoption and fostering issues, relational problems, decision-making, existential/meaning issues, adolescents, teens, young adults, and adults.

 

Begin The Journey

If you’re not sure which counselor is best suited for your particular needs, We’ve provided the following page to help you get started. Click the link below to see the following list of potential obstacles to a healthy life. Choose the issue with which you are struggling and Take a look at the counselors in our practice that specialize in that issue.

 

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Fort Worth Counseling & Intervention

550 Bailey Ave, Ste 235
Fort Worth, TX 76107

682-385-9258

Fort Worth Counseling & Intervention




Forth Worth Counseling & Intervention
550 Bailey Ave, Ste 235
Fort Worth, TX 76107
Phone: (682) 385-9258
We are an Out of Network Provider.

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