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Gabby Carr, M.S., LPC Associate, NCC
Supervised by  Dr. Sarah E. Carlson, LPC-S, RPT-S

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Licensing and certifications

  • Licensed Professional Counselor  - Associate

  • National Certified Counselor

  • EMDR Trained

Education 

  • Masters of Science in Counseling from the University of North Texas

  • Bachelor of Science in Music Business - State University of New York at Fredonia

 

Fees

  • private pay $135/session

gabby@mightyoakscounseling.com

940.220.9230

Gabby is passionate about supporting individuals through life's complexities and empowering them to find their inner strength. Gabby’s approach to therapy is client-centered and eclectic, tailored to meet the unique needs of each client. She believes that the therapeutic relationship is the cornerstone of healing and personal growth, and firmly believes that you are the expert on your own experience. She strives to support her clients in their journey toward well-being by fostering a safe, warm, and non-judgmental environment, while also providing resources and tools to navigate life’s ever-present challenges. 

Gabby has received specialized training in several therapeutic modalities, including Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT), Expressive Arts, Child Centered Play Therapy, and Transpersonal Psychology. These diverse techniques allow her to offer a flexible and comprehensive approach to therapy, addressing a wide range of issues and helping clients to identify and achieve their unique goals.

Gabby is neurodiversity affirming, and is particularly passionate about working with the queer and trans community, as well as with survivors of trauma. Additionally, she is dedicated to advocating for body size liberation, helping clients examine and strengthen their relationships with their bodies while navigating complex systems and societal pressures. 

 

Fun fact: Gabby likes to spend her time outside of the counseling room singing and writing music.

Populations:

  • children (ages 3-10)

  • pre-teens (ages 10-14)

  • teens (ages 14-18)

  • adults (ages 18+)

Specializations:

  • abuse

  • ADHD/attention concerns

  • attachment concerns

  • body size liberation

  • childhood trauma

  • complex PTSD

  • depression

  • domestic violence

  • generational trauma

  • grief and loss

  • identity

  • LGBTQIA+ identity exploration and thriving

  • life transitions

  • neurodiversity 

  • open relationships non-monogamy

  • overwork/productivity stress

  • religious trauma/spiritual abuse

  • self-esteem

  • sex positivity, kind-affirming 

  • social anxiety 

  • spirituality 

  • trauma/PTSD

  • women's issues

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