Dawn Dillon

A Little About Dawn:
I view life as constantly changing, presenting us with new challenges, both unwanted struggles and desired new opportunities. I believe many of the struggles from these challenges arise as we disconnect from ourselves and others. Reconnecting with ourselves, including our self-worth, values, emotions and goals, along with reconnecting with others in a healthy, positive way, can be transformative and rewarding. This journey is unique for each person. It is a journey of progress rather than perfection. My role is to be a professional guide along this part of your journey as you learn to reconnect to your own inner strength and wisdom.  
My education and experience over the past 20 years has provided me with opportunities to specialize in working with clients in demanding professions, such as healthcare, higher education, and law as well as with disordered eating, body image issues, eating disorders (Anorexia, Bulimia and Binge Eating Disorder) and work-life balance.

License:
Licensed Professional Counselor-Supervisor (LPC-S) in Texas #15850

National Certified Counselor (NCC)

Certified Eating Disorder Specialist (CEDS)

Education:
B.S. in Biomedical Science from Missouri State University
M.S. in Exercise Physiology from University of Illinois
M.Ed. In Counselor Education from University of North Texas

May McInnis

A Little About May:


view life as an existential journey during which we learn, grow, and constantly develop. I believe that various life changes and traumas impact how we interact with our world, and a persistent disconnection with our world and with ourselves leads to a less fulfilling existence. I practice counseling from a systems-perspective, and social justice counseling principles are the basis for my worldview. I believe that our lives and our issues must be viewed within the contexts of our inner and outer environments. My goal is help my clients live a life worth living, whatever that means to the individual.

In counseling I use cognitive behavioral therapies, internal family systems, and motivational interviewing. My professional experiences include working as a counselor in an inpatient setting, in a university counseling center, and in a non-clinical role providing juvenile court case management. I am trained to provide counseling services for a variety of issues including depression, anxiety, substance use disorders, eating disorders, life stage adjustment issues, suicidality, sexual traumas, and other complex traumas.

License:

Licensed Professional Counselor-Intern (LPC-I) in TX # 80521, supervised by Dawn Dillon, LPC-S, NCC, CEDS

Education:

B.S. in Physical Education, Exercise Science from East Tennessee State University

M.A. in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from LaGrange College

 

May McInnis