An organization designed to increase awareness of parental alienation.
An organization to support those who have lost a child
A short term method designed to strengthen conflict resolution skills between parents as the family is reorganized.
ABOUT OUR THERAPISTS
Amy Eichler, Ph.D., LP, LSSP
Clinical Services Director
Dr. Eichler is a Licensed Psychologist and a Licensed Specialist in School Psychology. She received her Ph.D. from the University of Texas at Austin and has been working with children and families since 1997. She began her career in the school setting and is experienced in assessments, including autism and bilingual evaluations.
Dr. Eichler primarily works with children and families on parenting, step-parenting, adjustment issues, relationship issues, addiction, anxiety, depression, grief, and anyone trying to make a change in their lives. She has been recognized for her work and research in parental alienation and continues to work with families struggling in this area. Amy testifies in court as a therapist and has also served as an expert witness in the areas of child abuse (sexual, physical, and emotional), child development, and parental alienation. Other services include forensic consultation and presentations. Amy is also a certified New Ways for Families therapist and an assistant professor at the University of Mary Hardin Baylor.
Natalie Lenard, LPC
Natalie Lenard is a Licensed Professional Counselor. Natalie received her M. Ed. in Counselor Education from Texas Tech University with a focus on school counseling and community mental health. She is currently pursuing her PhD in Counselor Education and Supervision; she plans to complete her doctorate this year. Her research interests are animal-assisted play therapy and rural and distance counseling.
Natalie has worked with clients of all ages in a variety of settings. She enjoys working with all clients at each life stage and particularly enjoys working with children and adolescents. Natalie has worked with clients who are dealing with depression, anxiety, domestic violence, substance abuse, topics related to academia, as well as parenting, couple and family issues. Natalie is also registered as a provider for the Great Start Pre-marital program and is working towards becoming a registered Play Therapist by Summer.
Therapy Labradoodle - in training
Kai is the world's cutest labradoodle. Follow him on Instagram and we are sure you will agree.
Kai was born August 29, 2016, and he lives with Dr. Eichler and her family. Kai doesn't have any official certifications (yet), but he is currently enrolled in school learning how to be a therapy dog.
Once Kai completes his training he will work alongside Dr. Eichler in her Georgetown office.
Barbara Corff, Ph.D.
Barbara received her Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from Fielding Graduate University. She is currently working on obtaining her state licensure and is supervised by Dr. Amy Eichler. She has an M.A. in Art Therapy / Marital and Family Therapy from Notre Dame de Namur University and is registered as an art therapist by the Art Therapy Credentials Board.
To help clients achieve personal growth in therapy, Barbara uses a collaborative approach and incorporates creative techniques specific to the unique needs of the individual. Her experience includes conducting therapy and assessments with children, adolescents, and families in school, children's shelter, and juvenile probation settings. She has also worked with adults dealing with depression, anxiety, chronic pain, and substance use problems.
Felicia Gledhill, LPC
Felicia Gledhill is a Licensed Professional Counselor. Felicia has over 30 years’ experience in the field of psychotherapy. Her areas of expertise include clinical diagnoses such as bipolar, depression and anxiety; adjustment issues related to life events such as divorce, grief and loss; stages of development, adolescence, mid-life and aging; and couples and family therapy.
Felicia uses a variety of therapeutic interventions: cognitive behavioral, experiential, play therapy, mindfulness. She believes that therapy works best when clinician and client share a foundation of trust and positive regard. Therapy being both art and science, Felicia sees the "art" of her work in her ability to be natural and spontaneous with her clients, easing distress and fostering well being.