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If you’ve gotten this far you’re probably looking for what makes me fit to be preaching from this soapbox. I attended the University of Texas at Dallas for my Bachelors in Psychology and Texas A&M University at Commerce for my Master’s in Counseling. During my time in university I spent a year working for a mental health crisis line. I spent two years working in a psychological research lab looking at the dynamics of romantic relationships and how conflicts could predict relationship success. Finally, eight years in Community Mental Health doing everything from psychological assessments, medication management, and case management to suicide assessments, to teaching, psychoeducation, coping skills, and career counseling.

The problem is the problem, the person is not the problem.

– Michael White and David Epston

Experience and Certifications

Trained in ACT by Russ Harris

Certified by the Dulwich Centre for Narrative Therapy

Certified by PESI in LGBTQ Treatment

Certified by PESI for Transgender Affirming Care

Certified by PESI for the Treatment of Anxiety

Certified by PESI for Bringing Trauma-informed Yoga into Mental Health Practices

Schedule with Me

I’m Kaleb and I really enjoy the work I do. I’m a huge fan of non-fiction, it keeps my facts straight and my wit dry. I almost always have a new therapeutic book on my nightstand. I’m also passionate about social reform and try to be the best advocate I can. It seems like the more I read the longer the list gets. When I’m not on the other side of the couch, I like to think of myself as a gamer who was forced into partial retirement after being wounded in graduate school. But I’m hoping to get the free time back some day to fully reconnect. I’m a prospective cat-dad just waiting for the day that the stork brings me my bundle of joy.

For those of you who don’t know, the counseling profession is about 80% women. With graduate classes being about 10 people, I was usually the only man in my class. In fact, our graduating class only had one other man besides me. While men often dominate the stage in business, politics and religion it feels strange to be a gender minority in a field. Moreover, it feels weird that men are an underserved and understudied topic in psychotherapy. After working for eight years in community mental health I worked with dozens of male clients who were doing the best they could with what they had but were met with constant opposition. Its not that they weren’t trying but that people in the system weren’t used to understanding their problems from their context and because men are generally considered the majority, the idea that they have special needs and considerations went under the radar.