Ms. Elizabeth Ivey, M.A., LPC is a Mental Health Counselor specializing in domestic violence, sexual assault, trauma, individuals, teens, and parenting skills. She graduated with her bachelors and masters in Clinical and Counseling Psychology from Midwestern State University. Serving as the Survivor Specialist at First Step of Wichita Falls for 3 years, Elizabeth counseled victims of domestic violence and sexual assault through individual and group settings. She volunteers with Faith Refuge, Common Ground Ministries, and The Opal Center in Wichita Falls. For these entities, she teaches Parent Skills Training Groups in an effort to increase child care knowledge and provides counseling services to the local LGBTQ population. She is also an active member of Texas 4H Adult Leaders Association teaching and coaching the leaders of tomorrow. Elizabeth's mission is to empower those she works with in a supportive and motivated way.
Elizabeth designed and developed the “It Doesn't Have to be Hard: Parent Skills Training Group” to address the growing need for parenting advice in lower income and shelter populations. Her focus is to help parents understand the developmental and emotional aspect of their children from a perspective of understanding and self-introspection. Additionally, she strives to create an environment where parents can come to grow and not feel their past situations will be used against them.
Kayla Gilbert, M.A., LPC is a Mental Health Counselor specializing in safe place for adults,children, and teenagers to explore their past experiences and current challenges to find their strengths, confidence, and self-esteem to achieve their goals of who they want to be. She graduated from Midwestern State University with her bachelors and master in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. Kayla volunteered at First Step, Inc. providing individual and group counseling to children and adults of domestic violence and sexual assault for 4 years. She is currently a Service Coordinator in the Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (IDD) Department of Helen Farbee Centers assisting individuals with IDD with finding services and resources to assist with living in the community. It is Kayla's mission to provide a safe and accepting environment to empower individuals to achieve their goals in self-growth.
Ms. Randi Roanhaus, M.A., LPC Intern, is a Christian Clinical Mental Health Counselor and specializes in academic, career, domestic violence, sexual assault, individual, couples and marriage counseling. Randi uses a holistic approach combined with Biblical principles to help others through various seasons of life. She has 8+ successful years in the career development and counseling field, 12+ years in higher education and 18+ years in music ministry.
Randi wrote The Birthday Method©, a Christ-centered career counseling method targeting audiences who work directly with K-12 students, collegians, alumni and individuals in professional adulthood. This method provides insightful structure for clients to express who they are as distinctive individuals exposing their true self and career identities. Additionally, the method takes a directive strategic focus on helping persons configure a thematic tone of their academic, relational and professional career strengths. Simultaneously, they represent these fortes via industry specific verbiage and identified value within a school project, internship, professional, or ministerial position.
It is Randi’s mission to aid in the individual, relationship, and career pathway processes. Her objective is to engage, encourage and empower others! If you are seeking therapy with a Christ-centered focus, schedule an appointment today.
“For we are his workmanship, created in Christ Jesus for good works, which God prepared beforehand, that we should walk in them.” Ephesians 2:10
Dr. Rogers is a Nationally Certified Counselor as well as a Licensed Professional Counselor in Texas and Oklahoma. Dr. Rogers received her Ph. D. in Marriage and Family Therapy from Texas Woman’s University, a Master’s in Public Health from the University of North Texas Health Science Center, and a Master’s in Psychology from the University of Colorado at Denver.
Dr. Rogers' experience includes counseling those dealing with health issues, the elderly and their families, and specializing in sexuality issues for individuals and couples. Dr. Rogers is a member of the American Association of Sexuality Educators Counselors and Therapists, conducting her Ph. D. dissertation on what motivates sexuality educators.