Waxahachie Therapists

Nancy Reffitt, MS, LPC-Intern, LCDC

Under the Supervision of Cindy Seamans, PhD, LPC-S – 14114 Dallas Parkway, Ste 245 Dallas, Texas 75254

Nancy Reffitt received her Master of Science degree in Counseling Psychology in 2017 from Grand Canyon University.

She is EMDR trained and uses a Person-Centered approach as well as CBT, REBT, Mindfulness practices as well as other approaches structured around an individual case-by-case basis.

Nancy is passionate about working with individuals who suffer from trauma, depression, anxiety and substance use issues. She offers a safe, non-judgmental environment because she believes it is important individuals feel comfortable with the therapeutic process.

Audrey Crouch, MA, LPC-Intern, LCDC

Under the Supervision of Cindy Seamans, PhD, LPC-S – 14114 Dallas Parkway, Ste 245 Dallas, Texas 75254

Audrey Crouch received her Master of Arts degree in Professional Counseling in 2016 from Amberton University. Audrey is a Licensed Professional Counselor Intern. She has also been licensed as a Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselor for the past 9 years.

Audrey provides a warm, compassionate and caring environment to help people who are hurting. She works with individuals who struggle with, but not limited to, anxiety, grief, substance use and trauma. She believes everyone deserves to become the person they want to be and experience life to it’s fullest. She utilizes EMDR, CBT, Mindfulness, and other techniques to help people move past hurt and into their healing.

She sees individuals 18 and up. Audrey is a member of the EMDR International Association, Texas Association of Addiction Professionals and the American Counseling Association.

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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