Elizabeth acquired early experience through volunteering with social services and family and juvenile courts. These experiences fostered her passion to serve others, clarified her life’s purpose, and inspired collegiate studies in social work, sociology, and psychology during her junior and senior high school years. During this time, she completed certification with Prison Fellowship Ministries and begin facilitating groups in prisons and serving as the Area Director for the Angel Tree program for children and families of those incarcerated. For two decades Elizabeth has empowered people to believe in their inherent ability to elicit strengths and resilience, overcome challenges, and achieve the life worth living. Her integrated approach encourages honoring the self and the therapeutic relationship to cooperatively identify the step-by-step process you will embrace as you achieve goals. Facilitating an accepting, safe and nurturing environment; she encourages understanding one’s self holistically; not separated parts pieced together, but how the mind, body, spirt and behavior are interwoven and impact one another. Elizabeth obtained a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology with a minor in Social Work from the University of Montevallo, a Masters of Science in Community Agency Counseling through Jacksonville State University, and completed post graduate studies at Ohio University and Kent State University. Elizabeth’s experience entails private practice, community mental health, schools, non-profits and Hospice. She served as a missionary in Mexico and with Indigenous Peoples. Her broad experiences provide the perspectives needed in opening a wealth of insight and ability to inspire one’s surpassing struggles. She is certified as a Clinical Trauma Professional, National Certified Counselor, and is completing the process for Certification as a Mental Health Integrative Medicine Professional. She holds licensure as a Professional Clinical Counselor and Chemical Dependency Counselor Assistant in Ohio. She’s had extensive training in Cognitive Behavior and Dialectical Behavior Therapy, Trauma Focused Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, and Solution Focused Therapy; yet firmly believes in empowering the therapeutic alliance through working with the individual where he or she is at.
Katherine Ewing is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with 10 years of experience in counseling children, adolescents, parents, and families. She received her Bachelors and Masters degrees in Social Work from Texas State University. Katherine has worked with a wide variety of individuals from many walks of life. She has supported individuals and families who have experienced anxiety and panic attack issues, life transitions (including transitions into adulthood and parenthood), grief and loss, depression, communication issues, and dependence issues. Katherine believes in creating a safe, free-of-expectations- experience in which the client builds upon their strengths to achieve their best self. She practices from a strengths perspective and is honored to assist her clients in creating their pathway to wellness.
Previous Experience: 14 years at local youth mental health clinic as director of clinical services and worked in private practice as well. Treatment modalities utilized: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectic Behavior Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Mindfulness, Interpersonal Therapy and EMDR. I provide these services in individual, group, and family formats. Whatever is warranted to help the individual meet there needs and goals. I look to provide a safe atmosphere for individuals to come and attain the change they need. I aim to meet individuals I have the honor to meet and serve where they are. Striving to develop a therapeutic relationship which will ultimately help them learn to meet their needs and attain their goals. Pain can often not be avoided but one does not have to suffer. Helping others to find peace, contentment, and living a healthy and authentic life in spite of what life brings ..... I pull from positive psychology and a person-centered approach to hopefully provide a place that can facilitate growth and acceptance.
Elizabeth Weber is a Licensed Professional Counselor and Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist-Associate with experience in counseling adolescents, couples, families, and adults. She received her Master’s degree in Counseling from St. Edward’s University and her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Texas A&M University-College Station. Throughout her training and since receiving her license, Elizabeth has worked with a variety of populations and mental health concerns, including but not limited to anxiety, depression, grief and loss, life transitions, relationship issues, relationship building/enrichment, and parent-child relationship issues. Elizabeth’s therapeutic approach values a strong therapeutic relationship. She has collaborative approach that is influenced most by Interpersonal Neurobiology, the work from the “Daring Way” by Brene Brown, Trauma Informed Care, Family Systems, Attachment Theory, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, and Dialectical Behavior Therapy. She believes creating a safe, warm, and non-judgmental environment that can facilitate the healing process. She believes that therapy is a unique journey for each individual, couple, or family and she hopes to “walk” with you on the journey towards new possibilities.
Amanda Bergeron is originally from Round Rock Texas. She relocated to San Antonio after obtaining her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Schreiner University in Kerrville. She is a neurofeedback technician in addition to website design and management and program development for InMindOut. She has years of experience in customer service and enthusiastic about her new experience. She is dedicated to applying her experience and compassion with clients as they work together to assess and address issues. She wants to help clients improve their journey in life by providing the information and training possible to do so. She is dedicated to provide tailored approaches to her clients. She enjoys working with children, adolescents, and adults.
Yolanda is originally from Brownsville, TX and began working in mental health as a school counselor. Yolanda obtained her Master of Education in Counseling and Guidance from The University of Texas at Brownsville, now known as The University of Texas Rio Grande Valley. As an LPC Intern, Yolanda worked in a shelter setting with at-risk youth predominantly from Central America and therefore has extensive experience counseling clients in Spanish. Yolanda adheres to a collaboration between a Person Centered and Cognitive Behavioral theoretical framework, then implements an eclectic variety of techniques to tailor to each client’s unique needs. Yolanda strives to create a comfortable, genuine and judgment-free environment in which her clients can explore thought patterns that may be contributing to difficulty managing life’s stressors. Yolanda’s areas of interest include mood disorders, anxiety related disorders, grief counseling, working with clients struggling with major life transitions as well as career issues.
Dr. Heather Ingram, originally from Chicago, obtained her doctorate in Clinical Psychology at Argosy University in Schaumburg, Illinois. At Argosy, Dr. Ingram obtained a specialization in child and family interventions. Throughout her training, Dr. Ingram worked in a variety of settings around Chicago including Elgin Mental Health Center on the Unfit to Stand Trial Unit, Bridge View-Challenger Therapeutic Day School, Women In Need Growing Stronger domestic violence shelter, and Gateway Foundation residential substance abuse treatment center. During her work in Boston, Dr. Ingram worked at Walden Behavioral Care eating disorder clinic, where she worked in inpatient, residential, partial hospitalization, and intensive outpatient levels of care. Dr. Ingram has training and experience working with a range of mental health concerns including eating disorders, trauma, depression, anxiety, mood disorders, substance abuse, and domestic violence. In 2013, Dr. Ingram moved to Texas to continue working with clients affected by mental illness and their families by founding InMindOut Emotional Wellness Center. In 2017, Dr. Ingram founded Orion Mental Health Services, Inc., a nonprofit organization designed to offer reduced cost neurofeedback services to clients in need. Currently Dr. Ingram is a psychologist and biofeedback practitioner at InMindOut and adjunct professor at Our Lady of the Lake University in San Antonio. She is also board certified in Biofeedback and teaches a Biofeedback certification course annually in Chicago and Texas.