• Dr. Roxanna Ramirez, LMFT-S, LPC-S
    Executive Director/Owner

    Dr. Ramirez has been inspired by her 20 plus years of experience and extensive work with children across a variety of issues related to Autism Spectrum Disorder, Oppositional Defiant Disorder (ODD), Anxiety, Depression, Trauma and learning disabilities which has provided families with the tools needed to cope with these lifelong challenges.  Dr. Ramirez's 15 years of work within the school system has allowed her to provide special education students and their families, as well as at risk students, with caring and responsive counseling services.  Her passion to serve the community within various populations also includes adults and couples struggling with communication issues as well as everyday stress affecting their day to day life. Dr. Ramirez's passion for healing is evident in her approach to therapy.  Additionally, she has extensive experience working with the LGBT community and utilizing the EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing) method and Post Inductive Therapy with trauma survivors.

    Dr. Ramirez received her Masters in Marriage and Family Therapy from St. Marys's University and a Doctorate in Educational Administration from Baylor University.

    *Dr. Ramirez also provides supervision for both MFT Associates and LPC Interns.

  • Priscilla Sheridan-Roberson, MS, LMFT-S
    Counselor/Practice Manager

    Priscilla specializes in working with individuals, couples and families who are struggling to communicate within their relationships, having family challenges, or experiencing difficulty related to conflict resolution.  She strives to providing a safe place where clients can communicate and work through challenges as well as identify tools and skills needed to convey their feelings, and manage thoughts in a healthy and effective way.  In addition, Priscilla works closely with clients struggling with anxiety and depression in their lives through the use of mindfulness skills and Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) when traumatic experiences or events have been identified as a barrier to completing goals.

    Priscilla has a Master’s of Science degree in Marriage and Family Therapy Counseling from Capella University, and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Legal Studies from the University of Texas at San Antonio.  Priscilla is the spouse of a retired military veteran, she's been married over 27 years, with three children, two adult and one still school age.  As a licensed marriage and family therapist, she approaches life's challenges from a systemic perspective which considers the relational influences experienced by clients.

    Priscilla is a Certified Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) therapist, a trauma based treatment.

  • Dr.
    Melissa Pettit
    Licensed Professional Counselor and Supervisor (LPC-S) Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselor (LCDC)

    As a United States Navy Veteran, I come to the therapist role by no accident. Having faced my own issues around anxiety, depression and unhealthy coping techniques, I bring years of continual training, education and experience to my work with clients.  

    My areas of specialization include trauma (childhood and adult), and addiction (of all types), including substance. I believe in and work with individuals, couples and families from an integrative perspective of healthy mind, body and spirit.                                               

    While not simple nor easy, healthy relationships with self and others is our primary foundation and greatest tool in coping with all stressors. 

    As we build our own relationship, I assist my clients with the use of progressive and research - proven techniques that will decrease anxiety and self-doubt, and increase  communication, self-care and healthy boundaries, 
    My goal is to provide intense, short- term and solution- oriented care in a safe and nurturing environment. If I am not the best fit, I will help my client find one. 

  • Rebecca Valdez, LPC

    I am a bilingual Licensed Professional Counselor in San Antonio, Texas. I have a Masters in Individual and Family Psychotherapy from Our Lady of the Lake University. I have worked with families and individuals diagnosed with depression, anxiety, and those who struggle with behavior problems and communication.  I help people to utilize their existing strengths and abilities to overcome personal, relational and psychological difficulties. I utilize a post-modern approaches such as solution-focused therapy and evidenced-based practice to motivate client goal-orientated change and lessen symptoms or stressors in a welcoming environment. My areas of competence include adolescent therapy, children & family therapy, anxiety, depression, and immigration issues.
    It can be difficult to take the first step to seek counseling, I encourage all who are considering therapy to call and ask questions to determine how I can be of helping assistance in moments of difficulty and uneasiness.

  • Brandon Lucio, M.A., LPC

    My name is Brandon Lucio and I am a Licensed Professional Counselor here in San Antonio, Texas. I have worked with children, teens, adults and couples. I've worked closely with individuals experiencing symptoms of Depression, Anxiety, Oppositional Defiance Disorder, Conduct Disorder, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), Intermittent Explosive Disorder, Suicidal Ideations and Bi-Polar Disorder. I also have experience in working with individuals with poor communication skills, lack of confidence, low self esteem, marital issues, work related issues, gender identity, conflict resolution and couple related concerns.

    In session I incorporate a Solution Focused Therapeutic approach, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Person Centered Therapy. I try to include non medicated therapeutic interventions, but understand medication can be beneficial when deemed necessary. 
    I am a very engaged therapist and enjoy getting clients up and out of the chair. I utilize every tool at my disposal to help clients I serve reach their full potential. I conduct activities and real world experiences during session.

  • Lauren DeHan, LPC

    I am a Licensed Professional Counselor and I am trained in Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR). I earned my Bachelor of Arts at the University of the Incarnate Word and my Master's degree in community counseling at The University of Texas at San Antonio. I have experience working with children, adolescents, adults, and elderly in many different avenues surrounding mental health. If you have been dealing with depression or anxiety that are impacting your every day life, I encourage you to give therapy a try.

    My education and trauma informed training has helped clients identify how past life experiences, their thoughts, and habits contribute to their current maladaptive behavior. Traumas can be processed and healed and new thoughts and habits can be formed. This allows for growth of new behaviors that align with current goals to make success attainable.

  • Mary Holman-Anderson
    MEd, LPC

    Mary Holman-Anderson, brings multiple lenses to her work, the culmination of 30+ years of experience in education (1988-present) and clinical mental health (2013 - present).

    Mary holds a MEd in Clinical Mental Health and is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC). After conducting a Review of Literature on Mindfulness-Based Therapies with children and special populations throughout her graduate coursework, Mary decided that, as a therapist, her work would be grounded in mindfulness-based therapies. Mary has also worked in the school setting as both a psychological services counselor (Trinity Educational Services, 2018-present) and as part of a Yoga and Mindfulness in School initiative (Concrete Yoga, 2018-present). She has also worked with underserved populations in a counseling setting, including work with children from homes experiencing mental health and/or socio-economic distress and helping adults transition from prison and addiction back into society.

    Mary combines her training in mental health with 26 years of experience in education to guide her work supporting teachers and administrators.

  • Yvette Garza

    My name is Yvette Garza. I am a bilingual Licensed Professional Counselor, with a
    Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. I am currently in the process of
    becoming a Registered Play Therapist, and have ample experience working with
    children, adolescents, adults, and elderly in many different areas of mental health. This
    includes, but not limited to, substance use disorders, eating disorders, behavioral
    issues, depression, anxiety, communication issues, and crisis counseling. I am
    constantly striving to expand my knowledge to current times in order for me to provide
    the best available service to you. I work from a person-centered approach and aspire to
    create a safe environment where you are able to feel comfortable and share your
    experiences. Collaboratively, we can come up with strategies to grow and meet your
    counseling goals.

  • David Eubanks

    Reaching out to a new person for help, or even thinking about sharing your story can be difficult. We can go at your pace, starting where you're at now, and figure it out together. In sessions you will have a safe place to unpack and discuss whatever you’d like in a non-judgmental and empathic environment. I’m dedicated to developing a collaborative and authentic therapeutic relationship with my clients. I use a solution-focused approach to therapy to help my client’s journey through depression, anxiety, loss, trauma, life transitions, marriage, and family issues. I love working with people of all different backgrounds and needs. I look forward to working with you on your journey to positive change. Let's connect to discuss your specific situation and see if we may be a good fit

  • Emily Tran, LMFT-A,
    Counselor-Associate, Supervised by Erin Guanero, LMFT-S

    My name is Emily Tran and I am a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist Associate, as well as a Counseling Psychology doctoral student at Our Lady of the Lake University.  I am currently under the supervision of Erin Guanero, LMFT-S, LPC-S. I work with a wide variety of circumstances children, adults, couples and families may face. This includes, but is not limited to, behavioral issues, depression, anxiety, communication issues, and life transitions. We can work together to discover where you want to be in your life no matter where you are or who you are.  

    As a doctoral student, and Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist-Associate, I am continually learning to provide the best possible help to you. I take a non-judgmental stance and work hard to provide an environment where you can feel comfortable sharing your experiences.  

    Throughout our lifetime, we will all face challenges. Sometimes, these challenges become too heavy for us to carry on our own. I hope that in working together, we can make them as light as possible.

  • Leo Scaletta, LMFT-A
    Counselor-Associate, Supervised by Dr. Roxanna Ramirez LMFT-S, LPC-S​

    Hello! My name is Leo Scaletta and I am a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist Associate. I am also a Counseling Psychology doctoral student at Our Lady of the Lake University. I believe a positive connection between a client and a therapist is important for the therapeutic process to be beneficial, which is why I value creating a safe environment built on collaboration, warmth, and understanding.  

    I have experience in working with adolescents, families, couples, and adults who are navigating the unique challenges that arise when going through life such as depression, anxiety, trauma, and life’s many other stressors. My approach is tailored to the unique needs of my client, and draws from strength-based methods. My primary goal is to understand my client’s core values, personality, and resources in order to make efforts to help them reach their goals.
    As a Marriage and Family Therapists Associate, and doctoral student, I am always trying to find the best ways to help serve you. It takes bravery to begin to untangle the knots in our lives, and I'd be honored to be a part of this process with you!          

    Feel free to call with any questions you might have.

    “Each person is a unique individual. Hence, therapy should be formulated to meet the uniqueness of the individual’s needs” - Milton H. Erickson, M.D

    LGBTQ+ ally

  • Ana Navarro
    Office Manager

    Ana is a highly experienced administrator with a heart for service. Her professional experience has given her the opportunity to exemplify her organization and communication skills as well as make meaningful relationships with those she meets.

    From showing the love of Christ to kindergarten children, to yielding her professional skills at Levi Strauss & Co., to nurturing a small business into operation, Ana shows dedication and passion in all she does. She is honored to work with a team of professional marriage and family counselors at AFCC that show the Word of Christ to those they serve.

    Ana received her Business Administration degree from the University of Texas at El Paso. She resides in the San Antonio area along with her husband and two children who are now college graduates.

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