Licensed Professional Counselors
We have a wide variety of counselors available to meet your needs and see clients who have a wide range of counseling issues. All of the counselors are well-trained and come from a variety of backgrounds.
Bryan Moffitt, Executive Director, JD, MBA, MEd, LPC, Ph.D.
Bryan has worked in the counseling field since 1992 and has been in management since 1998. His areas of work are in individual counseling, couples counseling, and in creating access to services for the public. He teaches in the counseling program at Wayland Baptist and at ENMU.
Brad Stiggers, LPC
Brad is a Licensed Professional Counselor and Supervisor. Brad enjoys working with adults, adolescents, and families coping with a variety of issues. He deals with PTSD, career counseling, addiction, and sexual abuse. Brad also runs the weekly Anger Management, Domestic Violence, and Life Skills groups. He schedules appointments M-F 4:30-9:30 p.m. and Sat. and Sunday 9-5.
Margie Martinez, LPC
Margie is a Spanish-speaking Licensed Professional Counselor who works with individuals, children, adolescents, families, and couples. She deals with PTSD, sexual abuse, addiction, parenting, career, and general mental health issues and can provide faith-based counseling, as well. She is available 3-7 p.m. M-F.
Melisa Hernandez, LPC
Melisa sees adults and deals with PTSD, sexual abuse, LGBT, addiction, grief, and general mental health issues. She is available after 5 and on Saturdays.
Sylvia Trevino, LPC
Sylvia is Spanish-speaking and sees adults, children, couples, and families. She deals with addiction, parenting, depression, anxiety, and other general mental health needs. She is available after 5 and on weekends.
Keith Rivers, LPC
Keith sees adults, children, families, and couples. He works with veterans, PTSD, LGBT, parenting issues, careers, and addiction, as well as general mental health issues. He is available after 5 M-F and Sat 9-4.
Shari Sawyer, LPC
Shari sees adults, children, families, and couples. She works with a wide variety of mental health issues. She is available after 5 and on weekends.
We have an average of 8 LPC-Interns at any given time. These counselors have completed a Master’s degree in counseling and are working on accumulating 3000 hours towards licensure as a LPC. Most of these counselors are available after 5; however, it is possible that some will be available 8-5, as well.
Master’s Level Counseling Interns
We have an average of 15 of these interns at any given time. These counselors are working on their Master’s degree in counseling at Texas Tech, Wayland Baptist, LCU, or another university. These counselors are available 9 a.m. -9 p.m.
All of our counselors set their own appointments.