Christy Daniel, LCSW, EMDR Trained
Location: Flower Mound
Complex trauma, PTSD, depression, anxiety, working with families with a loved one that has bipolar disorder or mental health issues, substance/alcohol abuse, history of abuse, adjustment disorder, or faith-based issues.
Age Group: 18-65
- Master’s of Social Work
Texas A&M, Commerce
- BS in Family Studies
Texas Woman’s University
- Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW)
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Everyone, wherever they are on their journey, wants “better” – better relationships, better feelings about self, satisfaction in life – and we try so many things but often come to places where we feel stuck or see ourselves repeating similar patterns. You may be adept at moving on after walking through difficult circumstances, yet this time your “bounce back” doesn’t seem as strong.
Making change in one’s self can appear difficult, especially if we cannot see for ourselves what needs to be changed. Change can be exhilarating, liberating and an adventure, not an arduous task of “what’s wrong with me?” My joy is to empower you to find your “better”. In my therapeutic approach, I use a variety of methods; including family systems, person-in-environment, cognitive behavioral therapy- all through a strength(s) based, trauma informed, direct, but compassionate approach. This means your sessions are about you and your needs. Together, we will look at thought patterns and you as a whole, which includes influences from childhood, internal messages that drive your behavior, and factors in your environment that keep you feeling stuck and unable to break free from aspects of your life that are not your true, authentic self.
I strive to ensure my clients feel understood in a non-judgmental atmosphere. I also will create a personalized treatment plan to achieve the best possible results from each client’s sessions including a faith-based or biblical approach if desired.
I have much experience working with persons in crisis and overcoming alcohol and substance abuse and in the past year I have been working more extensively with those dealing with severe anxiety and depression in a hospital setting.