Diana Luu, M.A., LPC, LCDC is a Licensed Professional Counselor and Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselor in the state of Texas who appreciates the opportunity of providing empathic counseling services to adult clients who are experiencing any type of hardship in their life. These hardships may cause or may be accompanied by potential, existing, or chronic mental health related conditions, such as depression, anxiety, substance abuse or alcohol addiction, unresolved/complicated grief, family issues, or traumatic experiences. In order to address these issues, Diana meets clients where they are in their process, explores the concerns at the client’s comfort level, and provides a supportive and therapeutic space for her clients to talk about their experiences. Diana uses a variety of approaches specific to her client’s needs, which include Cognitive Behavioral therapy, Motivational Interviewing, Person-Centered Therapy, and Solution-Focused therapy.
(MA, LPC, LCDC)
Diana has developed her clinical expertise by working within various mental health settings. She began her career working at a partial hospitalization program for patients with severe mental health conditions, such as mood disorders and Schizophrenia. Diana conducted group counseling, and provided individual counseling to patients at the hospital. Following her work with psychiatric patients, Diana began working in an outpatient setting, where she provided behavioral therapy to clients of all age range and issues. This is where Diana found a passion for working with the adult age group. This led her to continue working with adults in private practice, and also to work for a group that offers counseling support through their employee assistance program.
Diana graduated with her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology and Master’s Degree in Community Counseling, both from The University of San Antonio. She takes pride in her work, and is committed to helping those in the community. Diana hopes to encourage and support her clients, so they have the tools they need to live healthy lives.
Theresa Thomason M.A., LPC-Intern, NCC has a passion for working with clients facing various difficulties, including depression and anxiety, PTSD, domestic violence, self-esteem, behavioral, and substance abuse and addiction to name a few. To ensure that her clients receive the highest quality services possible, Theresa utilizes a variety of evidenced-based practices including, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Reality Therapy, Solution-Focused Brief Counseling, Play Therapy, Creative Art Therapy, Person-Centered Approach, and Motivational Interviewing. She strives to empower her clients to focus on their strengths through self-efficacy while supporting them as they work to accomplish their goals in life.
Theresa has gained experience working with clients of all ages and in various settings. She began her career in mediation, where she became adept in the art of conflict resolution and Motivational Interviewing. Following her work in mediation, Theresa was hired as an Ombudsman for the elderly and disabled, living in nursing homes. It was during this time that she developed a passion for client advocacy. She went on to complete her practicum at Jewish Family Services and Triple H Equitherapy Center.
(Jeannette Tappe, LPC-S)
Theresa completed her Bachelor’s degree in Theology at Bethany College of Missions, then furthered her education by receiving a Master’s in Professional Counseling several years later. Beyond her professional life, Theresa is a wife, mother of two young men, and grandmother to a young boy. She enjoys spending time with her family and believes that her years as a mother and grandmother have contributed to her passion for helping young people work through their challenges. She looks forward to helping people discover their potential and create what they believe is a meaningful life.