Annalisa White, LPC

Annie is originally from New Mexico, but has lived the majority of her life in Dallas. Annie graduated from Oklahoma State University with an undergraduate degree in Human Development Family Sciences in 2013. She graduated from Dallas Theological Seminary with a Master’s degree in Counseling in 2016. Annie has a background in different settings including wedding/event planning, non-profit organizations, and treatment centers.
Annie counsels from the belief that empathy, hope, and self-compassion bring healing to people’s lives. She desires to create a space of compassion, safety, and respect as she and her clients work together for growth to take place and the clients’ goals to be met. She has a passion for helping others find specific tools that can help them achieve what they desire out of life.
One of Annie’s unique offerings is “walk-and-talk therapy”. Annie believes that peace and restoration can be found in nature. The beauty and healing found in nature helps bring a new perspective to the counseling process. If you are interested in this, please ask Annie about walk-and-talk therapy.
Annie’s specialties include working with adolescents, young adults, and couples who are struggling with anxiety, depression, difficult life challenges, low self-esteem, and body image issues. She seeks to use a variety of counseling approaches because she believes each individual is unique. Different techniques may be helpful for different people, thought patterns, and circumstances. These approaches include, but are not limited to, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Acceptance Commitment Therapy, mindfulness, and coping skills.
Annie is a fun-loving, kind, and compassionate therapist who aims to help people find purpose and joy in their day-to-day lives.

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