All of our counselors set their own appointments and will work with you individually on scheduling and availability
Bryan Moffitt, 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. Bryan is currently not taking new clients.
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 and accepts Firstcare, Amerigroup, and Superior Medicaid.
Ramona Gayle Jefferson, LPC
R. Gayle Jefferson, Ph.D., is a Licensed Professional Counselor. She counsels and facilitates therapy for adults, adolescents, and children with a variety of counseling issues. She schedules appointments Thursday-Sunday 2:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m., and accepts affordable fees and Superior and Firstcare Medicaid.
Christian Enevoldsen, LPC
Christian sees adults, adolescents, and children. Christian operates from a person-centered approach and has worked with individuals in addiction recovery over the last decade. He is trained in Critical Incident Stress Management (CISM) and oversees training for our substance abuse intensive outpatient program. Christian does not accept insurance.
Jonathan Byrd, LPC
Jonathan accepts Firstcare, Amerigroup, and Superior Medicaid.
Master's Level Interns (Students)
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.
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.
Brad does not accept insurance.
Cristy Martinez, LPC
Cristy specializes in working with survivors of sex trafficking and sexual assault. She is also experienced in helping those with PTSD, substance abuse issues, problems with interpersonal relationships, and in developing self-care/wellness plans. Cristy is trained in Critical Incident Stress Management (CISM), Trust-Based Relational Intervention (TBRI), and Motivational Interviewing for CSEY Responders.
Cristy conducts information-based presentations in the community on sex trafficking. Counseling hours vary; message for appointment.
Terri Beard, LPC
Terri enjoys working with individuals, couples and adolescents in their transitions in life, relationships, depression/anxiety, stress, grief and loss. She also provides LGBTQIA and affirmative therapy, in that clients who are members of this population will encounter a loving, open and non-oppressive environment. Terri is trained in EMDR therapy (an interactive psychotherapy technique) used to relieve psychological stress for clients who may be experiencing PTSD and/or working through past trauma.
Terri only provides REMOTE counseling sessions.
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 and accepts Firstcare, Amerigroup, and Superior Medicaid.
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, we do have a few available between 8 and 5, as well. The cost to see a LPC Intern is $20 per session.