Our Counselors

Travis Hebert, MA LPC

Travis Hebert, MA LPC

Owner / Counselor

Travis’ clinical experience began at Gaston House, a transitional living house for 18-40 year old males recovering from alcohol and drug addiction. There, he gained extensive experience working with individuals and families struggling with addiction and codependency, as well as experience running countless group therapy sessions. Travis’ training also extends to Emotionally Focused Couples Therapy (EFT), in which he has a passion to help couples identify and overcome unhealthy negative cycles, in order to create new patterns of safety and intimacy.

Born and raised in Southeast Texas – Travis Hebert is a Masters Level, Licensed Professional Counselor serving those in and around the Dallas area. In 2008, Travis graduated from Lamar University with a bachelors degree in Business Marketing. Shortly after finishing at Lamar, Travis enrolled at Dallas Theological Seminary where he received a Master’s degree in Christian Education. He spent several years on staff with Young Life working with high school students and their families in Richardson, TX. It was during this time that Travis realized his calling toward a career in counseling. Travis returned to Dallas Theological Seminary where he received his Master’s degree in Counseling in 2013.

“I believe we were created to be known, to connect, and to be free. Each of us has a unique story we are living out and along the way experience circumstances and degrees of difficulty that leave us feeling burnt out, stuck, alone and/or confused. I enjoy working alongside individuals, families and couples from all walks of life that are open to learning and growing together. I am passionate about creating a safe place for you to tell your story and explore what may be blocking you from living life to it’s fullest.”

Bryan D. Young, MA LPC

Bryan D. Young, MA LPC

Counselor

Bryan’s clinical experience began by working with students at a college. He also gained experience by working at a domestic violence shelter. He has worked with individuals struggling with family of origin issues and codependency and he has experience working with couples struggling with everything from an marital difficulties due to an affair to the unexpected loss of a child. Bryan approaches counseling from a psychodynamic perspective along with cognitive behavioral therapy. Bryan has experience and enjoys working with teenagers and young adults. He has a deep desire to see families and individuals thrive no matter what they have been through by helping them understand the nature of the emotional cycles that keep people feeling stuck and helping make a plan that leads to them flourishing.

“I believe that part of the path to healing is acknowledging what someone has gone through, acknowledging and helping them to understand their unique strengths and weaknesses so that they are no longer trapped in an emotional cycle and can thrive in the midst of life’s difficult circumstances. I will be very honored to listen with compassion and lend a helping hand in helping you to understand how to live a life that helps you flourish.”

Bryan was born and raised in south Texas. Bryan is a Master Level, Licensed Professional Counselor serving in and around the Richardson area. In 2008 Bryan graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in Biblical Studies from Criswell College in Dallas. In 2010 he received his Master’s Degree in Philosophy and in 2014 he received his Master’s Degree in Counseling from Criswell College.

“What does love look like? It has the hands to help others.  It has the feet to hasten to the wounded.  It has eyes to see misery.  It has the ears to hear the sighs and sorrows of men and women.  That is what love looks like.”  – St. Augustine

Travis Hebert, MA LPC

Travis Hebert, MA LPC

Owner / Counselor

Travis’ clinical experience began at Gaston House, a transitional living house for 18-40 year old males recovering from alcohol and drug addiction. There, he gained extensive experience working with individuals and families struggling with addiction and codependency, as well as experience running countless group therapy sessions. Travis’ training also extends to Emotionally Focused Couples Therapy (EFT), in which he has a passion to help couples identify and overcome unhealthy negative cycles, in order to create new patterns of safety and intimacy.

Born and raised in Southeast Texas – Travis Hebert is a Masters Level, Licensed Professional Counselor serving those in and around the Dallas area. In 2008, Travis graduated from Lamar University with a bachelors degree in Business Marketing. Shortly after finishing at Lamar, Travis enrolled at Dallas Theological Seminary where he received a Master’s degree in Christian Education. He spent several years on staff with Young Life working with high school students and their families in Richardson, TX. It was during this time that Travis realized his calling toward a career in counseling. Travis returned to Dallas Theological Seminary where he received his Master’s degree in Counseling in 2013.

“I believe we were created to be known, to connect, and to be free. Each of us has a unique story we are living out and along the way experience circumstances and degrees of difficulty that leave us feeling burnt out, stuck, alone and/or confused. I enjoy working alongside individuals, families and couples from all walks of life that are open to learning and growing together. I am passionate about creating a safe place for you to tell your story and explore what may be blocking you from living life to it’s fullest.”

Bryan D. Young, MA LPC

Bryan D. Young, MA LPC

Counselor

Bryan’s clinical experience began by working with students at a college. He also gained experience by working at a domestic violence shelter. He has worked with individuals struggling with family of origin issues and codependency and he has experience working with couples struggling with everything from an marital difficulties due to an affair to the unexpected loss of a child. Bryan approaches counseling from a psychodynamic perspective along with cognitive behavioral therapy. Bryan has experience and enjoys working with teenagers and young adults. He has a deep desire to see families and individuals thrive no matter what they have been through by helping them understand the nature of the emotional cycles that keep people feeling stuck and helping make a plan that leads to them flourishing.

“I believe that part of the path to healing is acknowledging what someone has gone through, acknowledging and helping them to understand their unique strengths and weaknesses so that they are no longer trapped in an emotional cycle and can thrive in the midst of life’s difficult circumstances. I will be very honored to listen with compassion and lend a helping hand in helping you to understand how to live a life that helps you flourish.”

Bryan was born and raised in south Texas. Bryan is a Master Level, Licensed Professional Counselor serving in and around the Richardson area. In 2008 Bryan graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in Biblical Studies from Criswell College in Dallas. In 2010 he received his Master’s Degree in Philosophy and in 2014 he received his Master’s Degree in Counseling from Criswell College.

“What does love look like? It has the hands to help others.  It has the feet to hasten to the wounded.  It has eyes to see misery.  It has the ears to hear the sighs and sorrows of men and women.  That is what love looks like.”  – St. Augustine