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Alyssa Highland

Alyssa Highland, Licensed Professional Counselor- Supervisor, Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf National Interpreter Certification - Advanced (NIC Advanced)

Practice Locations: Dallas

Primary Specialties: 
Deaf, Hard of Hearing and Hearing Individuals and their family members. 
Bilingual Counseling: American Sign Language (ASL) and English.
Video Phone Counseling
Group Psychotherapy and Group Psychoeducation

Services Provided and Topics Covered:
Individual therapy
Elements of Play therapy
Counseling for children, adolescents or adults
Learning healthy skills for dealing with anger
Adjusting to life transitions
Parenting
Shame
Stress, Anxiety and Depression
Processing Trauma
Abuse Survival
Grief and Loss
Premarital Counseling
Group Counseling
Individualized Education Plan (IEP) Consultation
Consultation 
Psychoeducation
Public Speaking
Career Counseling

My Approach to Counseling:
It takes such courage to share your story with others. You do everything you can to navigate the struggles in life and find that sometimes everything just isn't enough. You are enough. You are resilient. And I'm thrilled to walk alongside you as you discover how you want to handle obstacles that illicit emotions so strong they feel impossible. Counseling can be a place where you rediscover your best, and silence the noise that distracts you from living in abundance, love, joy and peace.

I also work with Deaf and Hard of Hearing communities and their loved ones to provide a counseling environment that is inviting and visually accessible.

Services provided in American Sign Language as well as spoken English. Services provided on site, in office or through Video Phone technology to reach all Texas residents.

About Me:
Graduated from Dallas Theological Seminary, 2008 with MA in Biblical Counseling
Graduated from California State University, Fresno, 2003 with BA in Communicative Disorders and Deaf Studies
Nationally certified as an American Sign Language Interpreter, 2003 (NAD/RID)