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At Crossland Counseling, we offer evidence-based therapies that can help you overcome a range of issues, including stress and overwhelm, grief and loss, anxiety, depression, relationship difficulties, and more. We provide a warm and welcoming environment where you can feel comfortable exploring your thoughts and feelings, and our approach is personalized to meet your unique needs and goals.
We know that seeking therapy can be intimidating, but we’re here to help you navigate the process. Our therapists are committed to building a strong therapeutic relationship with you and working collaboratively to help you achieve your goals. Whether you’re seeking individual therapy, couples therapy, or family therapy, we are here to support you every step of the way.
Take the first step towards a brighter future and contact us today to schedule an appointment. No matter what challenges you.
What our clients have to say
“I started my journey of self healing about a year ago, and I truly believe Jessica was God sent, she has walked me through so much, and has been monumental in my healing journey!!!! To say my experience with Crossland counceling has been amazing is an understatement. I am genuinely happy today and excited to continue my healing journey with Crossland Counseling.❤️❤️❤️“
“Jessica is a stellar therapist! I find her to be insightful and current in her knowledge of intervention and theory. If you are looking for some sound guidance and heartfelt healing for yourself or your child, I highly recommend her.”
What is the difference between a Therapist and a Counselor?
So you typed in “therapist near me” or “online counselor” and landed here, but you’re not really sure what the difference is?
When trying to find help regarding emotional health, mental health, and behavioral health there are so many choices to choose from. Between counselors, life coaches, psychiatrist, psychologists, psychotherapists, and therapists. How are you suppose to know what you need? We’ll I’m here to help. Let’s break each one down so that you can find the help you need:
Licensed Professional Counselor: Master’s degree in counseling or counseling psychology. Serve a diverse clientele with different mental, emotional and behavioral difficulties. Licensed by the state.
Licensed Professional Counselor-Associate: Master’s degree in counseling or counseling psychology. Licensed by the state. In their first 3000hrs (about 2 years) of counseling.
School Counselor: Master’s degree is school psychology. In Texas requires 2 years teaching experience.
Therapist: Someone (often counselors) that is specialized in a particular kind of therapy.
Psychotherapist: Any therapist who treats mental disorders by using psychological means rather than medical means. (Counselors and Psychologists are often referred to as Psychotherapist)
Life Coach: Someone who encourages clients on matters having to do with personal goals, life coaches are often certified. Life coaches cannot legally preform therapy.
Psychologist: Doctorate degree in psychology. Licensed by the State. Often specialize in assessments, such as an ADHD assessment.
Psychiatrist: Doctorate degree in medicine. Licensed by the State that specializes in the diagnosis of mental illness and can prescribe medication.
Meet the Therapist
Jessica Crossland is a Licensed Professional Counselor-Associate, supervised by Amy Hutchinson LPC-S, RPT-S.
“As a therapist I don’t have all the answers, and that’s not my job, my job is to help you find your answers.”