About the Online Counseling Team
H. Xavier Reveles, MSW, LCSW
Bachelor of Social Work, Texas State University
Master of Social Work, Texas State University
Licensed Clinical Social Worker (License #63430)
Xavier’s focus during therapy is to nurture your process of growth by developing a safe and healthy environment for you. He believes that total involvement and support by your therapist should be available to all individuals, regardless of your financial situation, gender/sexual identity, or life experiences. Your growth and support is the primary factor in counseling.
After working for several years in Corporate America, Xavier realized that his abilities were suited more for the helping profession. He served survivors of sexual trauma and the Spanish-speaking community for five years in Waco, TX. During this time, he discovered his passion of working with individuals on a clinical level and returned to school. While studying for his master’s degree in Social Work, Xavier focused his education on clinical practice and how it directly relates to trauma, mental health, and personality development. His own life experiences have provided him with a wealth of knowledge about men’s issues, anxiety, depression, healthy relationships, feminism, and social justice.
While Xavier is trained in many therapeutic modalities, his vision and voice are influenced by his feminist perspective and a strive to nurture diversity and inclusivity. Xavier most frequently utilizes EMDR, Person-Centered, Solution-Focused, and Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy. He practices with the beliefs that your life is important, your experiences have influenced who you are today, and that you have the power to change your world.
Xavier is able to provide sessions in either Spanish or English, and offers a variety of options for appointments. He is the co-founder of Get Out Of Your Head Therapy and its subsidiary, Get Out of Your Head Groups.
Karen Cotton, MSW, LCSW
Bachelor of Science in Education Psychology, North Texas State University
Master of Social Work, West Virginia University
Licensed Clinical Social Worker (License #32681)
Karen joined Get Out of Your Head Therapy in 2016 to expand her work with the LGBTQIA community, people taking care of aging loved ones or those living with Alzheimer’s Disease, and clients who want to incorporate weight loss or weight management into their counseling experience. Karen had a robust career before joining Get Out Of Your Head Therapy. She worked in a hospital setting serving clients struggling with drug and alcohol abuse. Then, she worked with couples and families living with HIV. For many years, she worked with inmates in California and coordinated their re-integration into the community.
Karen works with adults and the elderly and specializes in same-sex couples counseling, crisis intervention, aging issues, adult caretaker challenges, retirement transitions, HIV challenges and concerns specifically related to LGBTQIA identity. While Karen is trained in many of the schools and models of therapy, the theories and therapeutic approaches she utilizes the most are Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Psychodynamic and Person-Centered Therapy.
Karen provides her clients Saturday appointments.
Patricia Huggins, MA, LPC
Bachelor of Science in Psychology, Illinois Institute of Technology
Master of Arts in Community Counseling, Northeastern Illinois University
Licensed Professional Counselor (License #69068)
Patricia joined Get Out of Your Head Therapy in 2018. Patricia began her career as a therapist out of a burning desire to help individuals struggling with life circumstances. Patricia graduated from the Illinois Institute of Technology with a Bachelor of Science in Psychology. As her desire for helping people grew, she went back to school and obtained her master’s degree in Community Counseling from Northeastern Illinois University in Chicago. She worked as a DUI counselor in the Cook County Court system. This lead to more fulfilling work in the Ozarks of Missouri as a Community Support worker with chronic mentally ill population. She fought for mental health services, housing for her clients and developing independent living skills. She has over 20 years of substance counseling experience with the federal government in the National Drug Abuse Program. There, she helped establish and implement drug programming in the federal system. After retiring from the federal government, she went to work for a family advocacy center; counseling battered women and children at a facility that catered to victims of crime and domestic abuse. She has also worked with chronic mental illness in a psychiatric setting.
As a therapist, she works side by side with clients to help them feel worthy and supported. Patricia receives fulfillment by assisting clients struggling to overcome life’s obstacles and offering a safe place to hurt, heal and grow.
Patricia has comprehensive training in multiple therapeutic modalities, but the ones she draws from most frequently are Cognitive Behavior Therapy and Rational Skills Therapy. She is certified in Cognitive Processing Therapy which is a specific type of cognitive behavioral therapy that has been effective in reducing symptoms of PTSD that have developed after experiencing a variety of traumatic events including child abuse, combat, rape and natural disasters. She has extensive experience working with substance abuse, anxiety, depression and self-esteem.
Tabitha Jones, MSW, LCSW, LCDC
Bachelor of Science in Sociology/Psychology, Eureka College
Master of Social Work, University of Southern California
Licensed Master Social Worker (License #65333)
Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselor (License #14078)
Tabitha decided to go into social work and counseling because she wanted to help people learn how to become the best versions of themselves. She believes in meeting the client where they are at and has experience working with a variety of clients from different backgrounds. Tabitha is an advocate that everyone is the author of their own story and as such values each individual’s experience.
Tabitha has experience and passion working with individuals who are adjusting to major life changes such as birth of a child, becoming an empty nester, job changes, changes in marital status, etc. She has experience with helping clients learn to cope and thrive with mood disorders including anxiety, depression, and bi-polar diagnoses. Tabitha also works with patients experiencing disordered eating as well as adults and teens with ADHD and Austin Spectrum Disorder. Before going into private practice Tabitha gained experience as a substance abuse counselor and a medical social worker. Tabitha sees individuals ages 12 and older.
Tabitha focuses on a person-in-environment theory and believes that the mind and body are connected. She uses an eclectic style including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Rational Emotive Behavioral Therapy, Seeking Safety, Motivational Interviewing, Active Parenting, and Psychodynamic Theory. Tabitha enjoys providing psycho-education on new discoveries and research in neurobiology and overall health and that makes an impact in how clients feel.
Kayleigh Anderson, MS, LPC-S
Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, Texas Woman’s University
Master of Science in Counseling & Development, Texas Woman’s University
Licensed Professional Counselor- Supervisor (License #69120)
Kayleigh joined our team in 2019. She was drawn to working at Get Out Of Your Head Therapy because of the mission to provide counseling services to underserved populations. She is passionate about breaking down barriers to mental health services. Kayleigh finds joy in getting to know people and values the vulnerability clients show when they choose to engage in the counseling process. Kayleigh understands the courage it takes to seek help and actively works to reduce stigma surrounding mental health.
Kayleigh has a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology with a minor in Family Studies and a Master of Science in Counseling and Development. She has experience working with children, adolescents, and adults. She especially enjoys working with couples, survivors of trauma, individuals who are adapting to a change in health status, adolescents who are transitioning into adulthood, and individuals struggling with depression. As a person with a physical disability, Kayleigh is aware of and knowledgeable about the unique struggles individuals with physical disabilities face throughout their lifespan. Kayleigh is committed to providing counseling which is welcoming to all regardless of sexual orientation, disability status, or ethnic background.
Kayleigh has an eclectic approach to therapy and aims to tailor the counseling process to the unique needs of her clients. She has been trained in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Level 1 of the Gottman Method, and Cognitive Processing Therapy. Some of the theories and therapeutic approaches that Kayleigh utilizes include Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, Person-Centered Therapy, Motivational Interviewing, Play Therapy, and Seeking Safety.
Kayleigh offers clients evening and weekend appointments.
Amanda Frey, MSW, LCSW
Bachelor of Arts, Bucknell University
Master of Social Work, Garland School of Social Work at Baylor University
Licensed Clinical Social Worker (License #62425)
Amanda spent many years working in the service industry before pursuing a career in clinical social work. While working in this industry, the various injustices in society and stigmas relating to mental health and trauma became more prevalent. Amanda realized that she could no longer remain silent and left this industry to pursue a career that would allow her to bring awareness to mental health stigmas as well as offer supportive counseling to individuals in need.
Prior to joining Get Out Of Your Head Therapy, Amanda spent several years working with diverse populations in acute crisis at an inpatient hospital. While serving at that facility, Amanda developed an eclectic approach to therapy because she wanted to tailor therapy sessions to meet the unique needs of each client. Amanda knows the courage it takes for individuals to reach out for mental health help, and she enjoys working alongside individuals that choose to actively engage in the counseling process.
Amanda is trained to use a variety of therapy modalities including Prepare Enrich, Cognitive Processing Therapy, and EMDR. Several other theories and therapeutic approaches that Amanda often utilizes in sessions with clients are Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Person-Centered Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, and Dialectical Behavioral Therapy.
Amanda offers clients morning and daytime appointments.
Veronica Gaytan De La Rosa, BS, MS, LPC Associate
Supervised by AshleyDawn Sheppard, MS, LPC-S #69395
Bachelor of Science in Psychology and Counseling, Tarleton State University
Master of Science Clinical Mental Health Counseling, Tarleton State University
Licensed Professional Counselor Associate (License #85779)
Veronica focuses on creating a healthy environment where clients can feel cared for, pressure-free and understood. Being able to help clients to find a safe place where they can connect with themselves is her passion and motivation. She decided to become a Licensed Professional Counselor Associate when she realized the need for counseling services for minority populations and vulnerable communities. Veronica's dream is to make a difference and break the stereotypes of counseling little by little, so more people can receive the proper care to promote a more enjoyable life.
Veronica desires to help people from different backgrounds, cultural and sexual identities, financial situations, and life experiences. She emphasizes the importance of equity among all human beings and the right to receive proper health care.
Some of the theories and approaches that Veronica uses the most are Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Reality Therapy, Existential Therapy, Person-Centered Therapy and Adlerian. She utilizes the Prepare Enrich model when working with couples.
Veronica is an EMDR trained Clinician who enjoys working with adolescents and adults who have experienced trauma, grief, or immigration issues. She also has a special passion for working with mothers who have experienced unplanned pregnancies or perinatal or postpartum struggles.
Veronica can work with children as young as 5, preteens, adolescents, adults and couples. She offers low-cost online sessions to anyone living in Texas. She offers clients evening and daytime appointments.
Sara Brooks, M.Ed., LPC
Bachelor of Arts in Family and Consumer Science, Baylor University
Master of Education in Educational Psychology, Texas A&M University
Licensed Professional Counselor (License #84502)
Sara’s goal is to give you time to take a deep breath and be yourself. In an age of social media and technology, she wants you to be able to have an open and honest conversation about whatever has brought you to seek counseling.
Sara has extensive experience in college and career counseling, identity and relationship counseling, and working with young adults as they navigate difficult situations. Although Sara worked within the high school setting for five years, she realized that her love of helping people extends beyond school age-children and she now works exclusively with adults. Using a solution focused approach allows Sara to help set both short and long term goals with clients in the private practice setting.
In Sara’s mind, you are the expert in you and your life, but she wants to give you the tools to work through difficult times and events. Whether you are struggling with relationships, a change in your career, a lack of personal motivation or just unsure of where you go from here, she wants to help you.
Sara offers daytime and evening appointments.
Nicolle McCullough, BS, MA, LPC Associate
Supervised by AshleyDawn Sheppard, MS, LPC-S #6939
Bachelor of Science in Business, Indiana University
Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling, Northwestern University
Licensed Professional Counselor Associate (License #91672)
Nicolle McCullough was an intern with GOOYHT and has returned to work as a Licensed Professional Counselor Associate. Nicolle has a passion for walking alongside those who are experiencing grief, anxiety, depression, or any difficult transitions along life’s path. She also has a special interest in neurodivergent clients, helping those who may be feeling stuck moving through their days with executive function difficulties or feeling accepted as one’s true self. She comes to the counseling relationship from a person-centered and psychodynamic lens, recognizing that every person is unique and has different needs. Nicolle is dedicated to creating and facilitating safe spaces where people can explore their emotions, fears, and identities, where people know they matter and belong, and where space is made for healing and growth. Before moving into counseling, Nicolle previously worked in human resources, supporting employee relations, as well as training and development. She also led and organized many volunteer projects while raising her three children.
Nicolle offers low-cost online sessions to anyone living in Texas. She offers weekday appointments only.