• Denise Lopez, Masters Level Associate

    Rate: $50

    Locations: Arlington & Online

    Do you struggle with negative or ruminating thoughts? Do you worry often or struggle with past hurts? Are you a parent struggling with empty nesting or find yourself worried about your student’s college life? Maybe you’re looking for a counselor to help your high school or college-aged student adjust to the pressures that come with adult decisions that can affect the rest of their lives. If so, Denise can relate and she can help.

    Denise has been married for 28 years, she was a stay-at-home mom to three sons for 12 years, now she’s a proud Aggie mom. She became a licensed real estate broker, which was the start of her helping people reach their goals in life. Denise received her Bachelors degree in Business at Tarleton State University and is in Practicum for her Masters degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at Tarleton State University.

    Before counseling, Denise spent 25 years in the Real Estate Industry. She also served on the board for Toastmasters and has a Competent Communicator certification; and has taught numerous real estate related courses. In addition, Denise was a volunteer chaplain at the women’s jail. Denise has a passion to help individuals from all walks of life. She enjoys working with children, adolescents, young adults, and adults who are seeking to change negative or unhealthy life patterns.

    Denise understands the importance of a therapeutic counselor/client relationship. She has a passion to serve others and has realized her purpose includes helping others problem-solve when life becomes overwhelming. Denise is engaged in active listening, is empathetic, and focuses on a goal-setting approach to help you navigate through challenging life events caused by work, relationships, or addictive behaviors. One of her approaches to therapy is Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. She is a true believer that actions, emotions, and behaviors start in the mind, because as she says “Your mind believes you.”

    “If nothing changes, nothing changes… You want change, make some.” – Courtney C. Stevens

    Make an appointment with Denise today to get the change you desire so you can start living the life you want.

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