Staying in the Know

Join Turner Consulting & Therapy Services February 3rd from 9am - 3pm for our 1st Annual Mental Health Symposium, a gathering of local professionals dedicated to advancing collective knowledge and skills.
Attend these breakout sessions to gain practical insights and explore diverse topics such as: infidelity, veteran support, pop culture interventions, anxiety dynamics, EMDR techniques, outdoor therapy, and navigating legal complexities.
Simply sign up for the topic of your choice through Eventbrite and earn CEUs/CPEs. Take full advantage of this event using our Day Pass providing access to all sessions! Let's make 2024 a year of growth and shared knowledge. Secure your spot now using the link below!

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/792522244367?aff=oddtdtcreator

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MHS




Feature Speakers

Rechelle Brown, LCSW-S

Topic - EMDR: What is it, and is it worth the investment?

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Rechelle Brown, LCSW-S, EMDR Certified Therapist and Consultant in Training (CIT), brings over a decade of experience, specializing in providing support for individuals, couples, and families navigating life's challenges. Recognizing the overwhelming nature of these obstacles, Rechelle emphasizes the importance of hope and the right support to overcome difficulties. With expertise in addressing generational traumas as an EMDRIA certified EMDR therapist, she guides clients through life transitions, offering insights into feelings of anticipation and anxiety. In her role as a peacemaker, Rechelle equips clients with tools to find comfort within themselves and the world, empowering them to position themselves for their purpose. Committed to the belief that healing is a process, Rechelle offers steadfast support throughout clients' journeys, fostering positive changes and improvements, step by step and day by day.


Katherine "Katie" Dunham, MS, LPC-S, RPT-S

Topics - Pop Culture and Expressive Art Interventions
Nervous System Informed Parenting Strategies

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Katherine "Katie" Dunham, MS, LPC-S, RPT-S, co-founder and co-owner of Connect to Thrive counseling in Plano, TX, are passionate advocates for mental health and healing. Specializing in attachment and somatic interventions, along with EMDR, they dedicate her practice to assisting children, teens, and adults in addressing mental health symptoms. Katie and Kelsey have a particular focus on clients across the lifespan affected by interpersonal trauma, anxiety, and grief/loss. Notably, she infuses creativity into their therapeutic approach by incorporating elements of pop culture, such as Harry Potter and Taylor Swift, to make clinical terms more relatable and applicable to everyday life. As LPC supervisors, they extend their impact by offering CEUs for therapists, fostering an authentic sense of self as therapists and promoting attachment-based and trauma-informed approaches and interventions. Through their commitment, Katie contributes significantly to the mental well-being of their community.



Kelsey D'Amore, MS, LPC, RPT

Topics - Pop Culture and Expressive Art Interventions
Nervous System Informed Parenting Strategies

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Kelsey D'Amore, MS, LPC, RPT, co-founder and co-owner of Connect to Thrive counseling in Plano, TX, are passionate advocates for mental health and healing. Specializing in attachment and somatic interventions, along with EMDR, they dedicate her practice to assisting children, teens, and adults in addressing mental health symptoms. Katie and Kelsey have a particular focus on clients across the lifespan affected by interpersonal trauma, anxiety, and grief/loss. Notably, she infuses creativity into their therapeutic approach by incorporating elements of pop culture, such as Harry Potter and Taylor Swift, to make clinical terms more relatable and applicable to everyday life. As LPC supervisors, they extend their impact by offering CEUs for therapists, fostering an authentic sense of self as therapists and promoting attachment-based and trauma-informed approaches and interventions. Through their commitment, Kelsey contributes significantly to the mental well-being of their community.


Nydra Turner, LCSW-S, C-DBT, CCTP

Owner and Executive Director of Turner Consulting & Therapy Services, LLC

Topic - Bio Parents, and Courts, and CPS - Oh, My!!!

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Nydra Turner, LCSW,-S, C-DBT, CCTP, owner and Executive Director of Turner Consulting and Therapy Services,. With a diverse background spanning two decades, she employs an integrative approach, blending the biopsychosocial model with specialized knowledge for assessment, treatment, and diagnosis. Utilizing therapeutic techniques such as cognitive-behavioral, psychodynamic, and brief solution-based therapy, Mrs. Turner is trained in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, (CBT) Certified in Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, (C-DBT) as well as a Certified Clinical Trauma Professional (CCTP).  Ms. Turner is also a Critical Incident Stress Management (CISM) and is a Crisis Consultant for Deloitte Executive Optimization Team.  Ms. Turner skills and services have also been utilized in times of crisis or immediate danger for debriefing and/or as a First Responder. She actively contributes to state and agency program development, and constantly enhances her expertise through seminars and conferences. Committed to community well-being, Mrs. Turner's impactful work is rooted in the belief that giving back is essential to fostering positive change.


Travis Moore, Owner and Founder of Campfire Counseling

Topic - Outdoor and Experiential Therapy

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Travis Moore, the visionary owner and founder of Campfire Counseling, established the organization in 2018 with the aim of harnessing the therapeutic benefits of the outdoors for clients in North Texas. Operating with a distinctive perspective, Travis brings creativity to counseling, incorporating innovative approaches into his sessions. Demonstrating a commitment to the connection between nature and well-being, he frequently conducts outdoor sessions, offering walk-and-talk opportunities in local parks and nature preserves. Travis goes beyond traditional methods by integrating outdoor experiential therapy activities like fly fishing and equine facilitated learning, fostering a unique space for processing and the development of new coping skills. Currently extending his services to Dallas, Rockwall, and Poetry, TX, Travis is dedicated to providing transformative counseling experiences that go beyond the confines of traditional therapy settings.


Kenny Thomas, , 101st Airborne 1-187 Infantry

Topics - Supporting Veterans and Their Families

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Kenny Thomas, General Manager of the PTSD Foundation of America Dallas/Fort Worth chapter, is a dedicated advocate for the well-being of veterans and their families. Leading the charge in supporting the community, The Dallas/Fort Worth chapter supports veterans and family members. The transformative Camp Hope is an interim housing program which uses peer-to-peer support for combat veterans grappling with PTSD. Since 2016, he has been actively engaged in this peer-to-peer mentoring and discipleship program. He pioneered the transitional phase in 2017, which significantly enhances the successful reintegration of combat veterans into everyday life. Mr. Thomas’ own journey includes four years of service in the 101st Airborne 1-187 Infantry. He deployed to Afghanistan in October of 2001 in combat operations. After a 10-month tour in Afghanistan, Mr. Thomas deployed to Iraq in December of 2003 and spent 12 months in combat operations. After an honorable discharge, he pursued an associate degree in respiratory therapy at Wallace State University, managing the challenges of combat-related PTSD. With nine years as a registered respiratory therapist, Mr. Thomas shifted career paths to dedicate himself fully to the PTSD Foundation, drawing on his personal experience of overcoming a 12-year struggle with PTSD and suicidal ideations that he found healing through his peers, faith, and comradary at Camp Hope.


Haley Stromberg, LMFT

Topics - Navigating Infidelity and Affairs

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Haley Stromberg, a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist based in Texas and the proud owner of Greater House Counseling, specializes in holistic therapy, emphasizing the interconnected nature of societal, relational, biological, spiritual, and emotional factors. Drawing from therapeutic models such as Emotionally-Focused Therapy and EMDR, she provides comprehensive support for individuals, couples, and families dealing with issues like stress, trauma, and addiction. Beyond her private practice, Haley is dedicated to advancing the field, offering a course for MFT applicants and developing one for clients managing mental health and trauma. Her vision extends to training other therapists, fostering transformation in hearts, homes, and the world, guided by the belief that healing ourselves creates a ripple effect, changing the world—one heart and one home at a time. Outside of her professional life, Haley and her husband, Zach, bring a depth of understanding from their experiences in church leadership and as resident coordinators in a homeless shelter, emphasizing the importance of healing the family unit in building the Greater House of God's Kingdom on Earth

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Availability

Monday:

10:00 am-6:30 pm

Tuesday:

10:00 am-6:30 pm

Wednesday:

10:00 am-6:30 pm

Thursday:

10:00 am-5:00 pm

Friday:

Closed

Saturday:

10:00 am-4:30 pm

Sunday:

Closed