Ashley Rosenstein, MA, LPC, LCDC

Licensed Professional Counselor and Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselor

Why Counseling?

Life presents challenges at times that can feel difficult to navigate. It may seem overwhelming or helpless without the right tools and support. Therapy is an excellent way to process and learn new tools to manage challenges while having the support and guidance of a trusted professional.

About Me

I am a Licensed Professional Counselor and Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselor providing telehealth counseling services to individuals 18 and older in the state of Texas. 

Background and Experience

 I graduated from Baylor University in 2012 with a Bachelors in Psychology and in 2016 from Texas Wesleyan University with a Masters in Professional Counseling. 

My training and work experiences include working at a community counseling center, a homeless recovery lodge, the local mental health authority, and a non-profit counseling center for veterans and their family members. 

I am an approved Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT) provider and Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) trained.

I have experience counseling individuals who need some additional support moving through difficulties or transitions in life (grief, divorce, interpersonal difficulties, job stress, other stressful experiences or major changes, etc.) as well as experience treating individuals living with Depression, Anxiety, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, and Substance Abuse. 

My years of experience working with the local mental health authority provided me the opportunity to work with individuals living with Bipolar Disorder, Schizophrenia, and Schizoaffective Disorder. My years working at the non-profit counseling center for veterans and their families enhanced my understanding of military culture, and allowed me the ability to treat individuals with a wide range of trauma experiences some of which include combat trauma, childhood abuse, physical assault, sexual assault, witnessing extreme violence, and military sexual trauma (MST).  

My Approach

I consider myself a therapist with an eclectic approach. I place a heavy emphasis on the use of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), but also implement aspects of a wide variety of other approaches, some of which include mindfulness and creative expression. 

I use CBT to provide tools and help clients better understand the relationships between their thoughts, feelings, and behaviors in order to facilitate the changes they desire for themselves. 

Often times, people find it difficult to remain present in the moment and may feel as if they are missing out on life. Mindfulness can be helpful to regain connection to the here and now. It can improve our ability to manage distressing emotions and the challenges life throws at us. 

I do not believe in a “one shoe fits all” approach. We will work together towards a treatment plan that feels right for you and meets your needs. A foundational piece of successful therapy is a trusting relationship. I will always strive to build a trusting relationship with my clients where they feel seen and heard. I am passionate about my work with clients and hope to continue helping others make a difference in their lives 



Anger Management




Life Transitions

Military/Veteran Support

Panic Disorder



Services available from: 9am–4pm, Monday through Friday

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(254) 218-3690

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