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Keith Bryant, MS, LPC Associate
Supervised by  Dr. Sarah E. Carlson, LPC-S, RPT-S

Licensing and certifications

  • Licensed Professional Counselor -Associate

  • National Certified Counselor


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

  • Bachelors of Arts in Psychology from the University of North Texas

  • Associate of Arts in General Education from North Texas Central College



  • private pay $150/session


Keith is a lifelong learner with a passion for understanding the human experience. Keith’s primary area of focus is Child Centered Play Therapy (CCPT) with children between the ages of 3-8 years old. However, he also has experience working with teens, adults, groups and families. Keith finds Child Parent Relationship Therapy (CPRT) to be a particularly fulfilling way of working within the family system.

Before coming to Mighty Oaks, Keith worked as a child counseling intern at Denton County Friends of the Family where he gained experience working through complex trauma connected to domestic violence. Keith primarily views counseling from a holistic Person-Centered perspective, meaning he believes that all people have an innate tendency towards growth that is hindered by beliefs internalized from our environment. His approach to counseling is non-directive and seeks only to remove these external barriers to the individual’s growth.


Outside the counseling room Keith finds great meaning in expressive arts, mindfulness, yoga, and athletic training. Though he does not often bring these activities into the therapeutic relationship, Keith is happy to explore how these interests can be implemented into daily living to supplement counseling. The client is the expert in themselves, and Keith trusts each person to determine what will work best for their growth.


  • children (ages 3-10)

  • pre-teens (ages 10-14)

  • teens (ages 14-18)

  • adults (ages 18+)


  • ADHD

  • anxiety

  • attachment/relationship concerns

  • attachment-based trauma

  • autism

  • childhood trauma

  • depression

  • family changes

  • life transitions

  • parenting concerns

  • self-esteem

  • stress management

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