Midlothian Therapists

Jacqueline Avalos, MA, LPC

Jacqueline Avalos received her Master of Arts degree in Forensic Psychology in 2013 from Argosy University and has been providing mental health counseling ever since. She is a Licensed Professional Counselor who has a passion for those suffering from trauma, attachment difficulties, anger and anxiety. Jackie is a full member of the EMDR International Association. She is EMDR certified as well as is in training as an EMDR consultant. Honorably discharged from the Marine Corps in 2010, Jackie served her country overseas for six years. Jackie and her family are very engaged in her church and community.

*Session prices may vary depending on the need of the client and services provided. Accepts Blue Cross/ Blue Shield, and United Health Care Services

Melissa Pulido, MA, LPC-Intern

Under the Supervision of Vicki Moody Licensed Professional Counselor, MA, LPC-S, LCDC, NCC

Melissa graduated with a Masters in Arts in Professional Counseling from Amberton University in 2016. She is currently an LPCi. Melissa works with individuals of all ages and uses various counseling theories on a case by case basis. Melissa enjoys working with children, adolescents and adults and believes there is no stage in life that does not have challenges.

Tiffany Medlin, MS, LPC

Tiffany Medlin received her Master of Science in Community Counseling from Argosy University in 2015. With several years of experience as a practicing clinician, Tiffany uses a combination of acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT) and dialectal behavior therapy (DBT) to assist adolescents, teens and young adults.

Tiffany has extensive training in crisis counseling, and through this work, has developed a greater understanding of the hardships children and young adults face. She is passionate about working with these individuals to identify personal strengths to build resilience and develop the skills needed to live a fulfilling life.

Confidentiality, Email & Texting Policy

Your privacy is highly valued. However, inquiries from current or prospective clients regarding specific counseling issues should be discussed via a one time consultation or during face to face contact. Confidentiality and privacy is essential to the counseling process and cannot be guaranteed with email or text.

Email and texting to coordinate rescheduling and to send reminders is standard but please do not use these forms of communication to send confidential information. Communication will be during regular business hours.

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