• Mary Grace Ward, Masters Level Associate

    Rate: $50 for individual, $75 for couples
    Locations: Coppell & Online

    Are you struggling with intrusive thoughts or worry? Are you feeling lost and wish you could feel more like yourself? Are you overwhelmed with the circumstances life has thrown at you? Do you feel stuck? If so, Mary Grace is here to listen and help.

    Mary Grace works primarily with adolescents and adults struggling with anxiety and depression. She believes that a personal encounter can be genuinely transformative. There is so much power in the capability of an open and honest conversation. Through counseling, her clients can experience relief by being given the freedom to process and challenge the emotions and cognitions that keep them from being the best versions of themselves.

    Mary Grace’s experience working in psychiatry offices has strengthened her skills in identifying cognitive distortions and chemical imbalances in the brain that can cause symptoms of anxiety and depression.

    Mary Grace was born and raised in Dallas. She attended Benedictine College, where she received her bachelors degree in Psychology. She is currently working to receive her master’s degree through Divine Mercy University.

    Mary Grace is ready to help you transform your life. Call and schedule an appointment today.

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