Brass Professional Bldg
4414 Centerview Dr. Ste 106
San Antono, TX 78228
If you are ready to get help or need more information about mental health services for yourself or a loved one, please give us a call for a free mental health consultation. We can perform a suicide assessment and help you determine the next steps.
If you are currently experiencing a mental health crisis or emergency, please call 911 for crisis support or go to your nearest emergency room. If you are feeling suicidal, please call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255 or Bexar County 24 Hour Crisis and Substance Use Helpline 1-210-223-7233 (SAFE).
We can all benefit from the help and understanding of an empathic, thoughtful, understanding and listening ear from time to time. With our non-judgmental and thoughtful approach, along with a safe environment for honest self-reflection, you can begin to accept the parts of your life that have brought you to this particular point in time. Together we will work to further your understanding and acceptance, increase your emotional well-being and personal growth, and help you make the best choices for the futures of you and your loved ones.
Inspire 2Be You Counseling Services is a private practice in San Antonio, Texas that specializes in individual, couples, and family therapy.
Our desire is to fill you with inspiration, a sense of strength, hope, and a renewed perspective on life. Inspire 2Be You provides an environment for rejuvenation where the client emerges reinvigorated for the challenges of life. We strive to provide a service that focuses on creating a new perspective on life, love, and relationships, catering to the specific needs of each individual, couple, and family.
We provide a wide range of emotional and behavioral services to the community of San Antonio to include:
We strive to provide quality care to our clients daily and make a lasting positive impact in their lives.
Colonies North Professional Building
3740 Colony Dr., Suite 122
San Antonio, TX 78230
Monday to Friday: 8AM-8PM
Sunday: Emergency Appointments
"I believe every person has value and a divine purpose in life. Challenges will come, but you can overcome them". Thank you for taking the first step in the healing process. I am dedicated to enhancing the emotional, physical, and spiritual strength of my clients. I am here to support, encourage, challenge and empower you to reach your goals."
I am a Licensed Professional Counselor with a Bachelor of Science in Human Services and a Master of Science degree in Counseling. My professional work experience includes working as a Clinical Therapist with children and adolescents in a community shelter and in the Northeast Independent School District, as well as a Child and Family Therapist in the non-profit sector.
As a Nationally Certified Trauma Informed Care Therapist (TF-CBT), I have several years of experience working with adults, children, and adolescents seeking support in a variety of areas such as traumatic events, anxiety, depression, and other life challenges. I acknowledge that every person and situation are unique. I use several evidence-based treatment modalities to guide the counseling process.
To facilitate change, I will create a safe, trusting environment characterized by warmth, compassion, acceptance, and empathy that allows you to restore peace and wellness in your life to move forward. You will see that counseling is not only worthwhile, but life changing. I'm looking forward to connecting with you.
Texas State Board of Examiners of Professional Counselors, License #71795
There are several ways to arrange for payment for your therapy, and this is a personal choice. We offer affordable private pay or direct insurance billing.
Sliding scale fee is available. Acceptance is based on a variety of criteria. If you do not have insurance, please call to inquire.
Insurance Services may be covered in full or in part by your health insurance or employee benefit plan. Please check your coverage carefully by asking the following questions:
We currently accept the following plans:
* We also offer the convenience of Telehealth services which allows you to have a counseling session via video conferencing in the comfort of your home.
We accept cash, check and all major credit cards are accepted for payment. We also accept Flex Spending Accounts (FSA) and Health Savings Accounts (HSA).
We have reserved a time specifically for you when scheduling an appointment. If you are unable to attend your scheduled therapy appointment, please make sure you have notified us atleast 24 hours in advance, or you will be charged the cancellation fee for the missed session.
Types of Therapy
Your first psychotherapy session
Your first psychotherapy session is usually a time for the therapist to gather information about you. The therapist may ask you to fill out forms about your current and past physical and emotional health. All of this information helps the therapist gain a deeper understanding of your situation. It might take a few sessions for your therapist to fully understand your situation and concerns and to determine the best approach or course of action.
The first session is also an opportunity for you to interview your therapist to see if his or her approach and personality are going to work for you. At any time during therapy, especially in the beginning, don’t hesitate to ask the therapist questions. If you don’t feel comfortable with the first psychotherapist you see, try someone else. Having a good “fit” with your therapist is critical for psychotherapy to be effective.
Types of psychotherapy
There are a number of effective types of psychotherapy. Some work better than others in treating certain disorders and conditions. In many cases, therapists use a combination of techniques. Your therapist will consider your particular situation and preferences to determine which approach may be best for you.
For most types of psychotherapy, you and your therapist sit facing each other during sessions. Your therapist encourages you to talk about your thoughts and feelings and what’s troubling you. Don’t worry if you find it hard to open up about your feelings. Your therapist can help you gain more confidence and comfort.
Because psychotherapy sometimes involves intense emotional discussions, you may find yourself crying, upset or even having an angry outburst during a session. You may also feel physically exhausted after a session. Your therapist is there to help you cope with such feelings and emotions.
Your therapist may ask you to do “homework” activities or practices that build on what you learn during your regular therapy sessions. Over time, discussing your concerns can help improve your mood, change the way you think and feel about yourself, and improve your ability to cope with problems.