Dr. Gina Galloway holds a Ph.D. in counseling from the University of North Texas. Her education also includes a masters degree in counseling from the University of North Texas and a bachelors degree in psychology from Austin College. Dr. Galloway is a licensed professional counselor, a licensed professional counselor supervisor, and a registered play therapist.
Dr. Galloway studied and practiced play therapy under the supervision of Dr. Garry Landreth. She has extensive experience counseling individuals, couples, and families who are struggling with abuse, trauma, grief, depression, emotional and behavioral disorders.
Dr. Galloway’s clinical experience includes counseling at community agencies, a residential treatment center for people with drug and alcohol addictions, a university counseling center, and an elementary and high school. She has extensive teaching experience at the university level, has presented at local, state, and national conferences, and currently serves as an adjunct professor in the counseling program at the University of North Texas. Dr. Galloway is a member of North Texas Families in Transition and Tarrant County Family Professionals.
Rachael Patterson is a Licensed Professional Counselor. Rachael earned her M.Ed. in Counseling with specializations in community counseling and play therapy from the University of North Texas. She also earned a Bachelor’s degree in Integrated Marketing Communications – Public Relations and a minor in Psychology from Abilene Christian University.
Rachael has experience working in a university mental health clinic, community schools, and a non-profit community counseling center. Rachael has facilitated adolescent support and psycho-educational groups as well as parenting skills and parenting support groups. Rachael specializes in working with individual children, adolescents and adults with a variety of concerns including but not limited to grief, trauma, behavioral issues, anxiety, divorce and other major life transitions, abuse, relationship issues, and adoption. Rachael’s passion is working with the entire family to empower each member of the family and to create a healthier and happier atmosphere in the home.
Rachael enjoys reading, nature, watching and playing sports and spending time with her family. Rachael loves meeting new people, hearing about their lives, and partnering with them as they work through difficult situations. Rachael believes in counseling as a partnership in which both counselor and client form a strong relationship and work together to help the client grow and gain awareness.
Laura Nunez is a Licensed Professional Counselor-Intern under the supervision of Julia Stacy, LPC-S. Laura earned her Master of Science in Counseling with a specialization in play therapy from Southern Methodist University. She earned her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology with a minor in Sociology from The University of Texas at San Antonio.
Laura has gained experience through working with clients of all ages- from preschools to senior care communities. Her clinical experience includes facilitating groups in various settings in addition to providing individual counseling in a domestic violence shelter + outreach center and university mental health clinic. She has facilitated parent training as well as groups for children who have experienced trauma. Laura specializes in working with children and adolescents through play and activity therapy.
Laura finds happiness in reading and painting with her cat, camping and hiking with her dog, and spending time with the people she loves. She finds fulfillment in helping others discover their happiness, too.
Lindsey Engel is a Licensed Professional Counselor, with an MA in Counseling from Dallas Baptist University. Lindsey has experience working in a domestic violence outreach center and a community health crisis center in addition to outpatient private practice. As a part of her experience, Lindsey has worked with children and adults struggling with a variety of concerns, including, but not limited to Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), Abuse, Trauma, Anxiety, Depression, Bipolar disorder, Grief, Relationship Concerns, and Personal Identity.
Lindsey has also facilitated support groups with survivors of domestic violence and women in crisis on a variety of topics such as self-esteem, overcoming abuse, anger management, communication, problem-solving, coping skills, mental health education, and art therapy.
Lindsey is originally from Oklahoma but has lived in the DFW area since 2011. She currently lives in Keller with her young daughter and two boxers. In her spare time, Lindsey enjoys reading, baking, crafting, volunteering, traveling, spending time with friends and family, attending church and watching Oklahoma State football.
I fell in love with counseling when I was sixteen years old. I was in a class called Peer Assistant Leadership Skills (PALS). I felt so honored to be allowed into these children’s lives, and I knew I was going to do anything and everything possible to be a part of this world. I have always been drawn to working with adolescents and children because I want to give a voice to those that are not sure how to express what is going on. I have been fortunate to work with individuals of all ages and all different backgrounds, from life transitions to past sexual abuse. I incorporate expressive arts into my session because it is not only a passion of mine, but it opens up another avenue for insight and awareness.
I have grown up in this wonderful town and watched it become the beautiful community it is now. I enjoy seeing art and making art, reading, going to parks with my dog, Winter Rose, and traveling. I enjoy learning about the world in whatever way I can. I try to include working out and yoga into my weekly routine to keep myself fresh and healthy. Self-care is important and something that I am constantly trying to work on.
I went to Texas Tech University where I received my Bachelors in Psychology then I decided to come back to DFW, and went the University of North Texas and received my Masters of Science in Counseling.
Winter Rose is currently in training to become a licensed therapy dog and assist in animal-assisted therapy when she is ready. She loves people, pets, and treats! She is the sweetest pup and loves when people come say hello. You may see her walking around the office when we are not in session working.
Winter and I cannot wait to meet you and your family and be a part of your journey.
Erin Anthony, M.Ed., LPC saw her first client at GCC in 2013, and prior to that gained experience at the Child and Family Resource Center in Denton, TX, as well as in Denton County schools, non-profits, and an Autism treatment center in Roanoke, TX. Since her first session a decade ago, she has developed an interest in addressing a variety of concerns, including grief, trauma, Selective Mutism, Anxiety, ADHD, Depression, Autism, and parenting challenges. Mostly, Erin experiences enthusiasm for the individuals themselves, and never takes it for granted when a client invites her into their story. In addition to play therapy, Erin has found a passion for sand tray therapy and animal-assisted therapy, with the help of her Border Collie, Winston. Winston retired in 2018, but his fellow Border Collie, Scout, is training to follow in his footsteps.