Dr. Huber is a Licensed Psychologist in private practice in Dallas. She completed her doctorate in clinical psychology at UT Southwestern Medical Center in 2016. She completed her APA-Accredited Pre-Doctoral Internship at both the Eating Disorder Services Unit of Children’s Hospital of Dallas, and Counseling Services at Southern Methodist University in Dallas. Prior to this, Liz completed a BA with honors in Plan II and Spanish at the University of Texas in Austin (2001) and a Masters of Psychology at the University of Dallas (2012).
Liz pursued a career in finance in both New York City and Dallas before realizing her calling in the field of psychology. Her experience in the corporate world informs her work as a therapist, particularly relating to partnering with patients to help them achieve balance between their personal lives and professional aspirations. She believes that fulfillment can often be found at the intersection of passion and aptitude, and strives to help her patients uncover and nurture their intrinsic talents to discover joy and purpose in their personal and professional lives.
Dr. Huber’s training and areas of clinical interest pertain to women’s health and include anxiety, depression, eating disorders, antepartum and postpartum psychopathology, fertility-related concerns and difficulties in relationships. Her approach to therapy is primarily psychodynamic in nature and incorporates elements of skills-based approaches, including cognitive behavioral therapy and mindfulness. Dr. Huber’s goal is to graduate patients from therapy with the confidence and self-reliance that will enable them to lead richer, more joy-filled lives.
Originally from Tulsa, Oklahoma, Jennifer received her BA in Psychology and her MEd in Counseling from the University of Oklahoma. She earned her PhD in Counseling Psychology from the University of North Texas in 2006. She completed her APA-Accredited Pre-Doctoral Internship in university counseling at the University of Pennsylvania and she completed a post-doctoral fellowship in student counseling and disability services at the University of Southern California. She has spent 10+years in university counseling centers, most recently at SMU where she was a Senior Staff Psychologist. Prior to being at SMU, Jennifer lived in New York City and served as a staff psychologist and the coordinator of training at William Paterson University in New Jersey. Within college counseling, she enjoyed the focus on eating disorder treatment, college mental health, and supervision and training of future professionals in psychology, but she practiced with a more generalist approach providing treatment for the full spectrum of psychological difficulties.
Jennifer has been in private practice since 2012. Her clinical areas of interest include anxiety disorders, women’s issues, infertility concerns, eating concerns and mindful eating, and relational issues. She very much enjoys working with young professionals, new mothers or soon to be mothers, women and college students. Jennifer provides assessments for ADHD as well as pre-surgical assessments for bariatric surgery. She is also an adjunct instructor at Seton Hall University in their online Master’s Degree program in Mental Health Counseling and School Counseling.
Jennifer describes herself as a relational therapist, which means she is interested in examining relational patterns that clients engage in that support, maintain, and prevent the challenges/symptoms they are experiencing. She works with clients to explore the relationships they have with others, within their environments, and with themselves to understand where those relationships work effectively and where those patterns need adjustments or shifts in perspective. Jennifer also believes the therapy relationship is very important and works to provide a safe, compassionate space in which clients feel comfortable collaborating in their treatment. Her approach to therapy is primarily psychodynamic with an emphasis on attachment theory and developmental theory. She also integrates mindfulness and self-compassion into her work.
Jennifer currently lives in Dallas with her husband, 2 children, and 1 cat. When she is not seeing clients, chauffeuring kiddos, or being a spectator at various youth sporting events, she enjoys baking, reading by the water, and quiet (this one is elusive)!
Coming to therapy requires courage, and I offer an empathic and supportive space where patients can feel understood, valued, and accepted as they are. I approach therapy through an important lens: that lasting change and healing comes from understanding the present-day impact of one’s past experiences and relationships, most importantly with oneself. Whether you are hoping to better manage stress and anxiety, navigate a challenging time in your life, strengthen your relationships, let go of feelings of inadequacy and insecurity, or improve your overall wellbeing and satisfaction with life, I can help. Together, we can collaborate to help you develop a deeper awareness of yourself and whatever you are struggling with in order to empower you to make the purposeful and meaningful changes you desire. My work often emphasizes the development of self-compassion, mindfulness of the present moment, and trust in one’s own inner wisdom. Believing that the ultimate goal of psychotherapy extends far beyond relief from suffering, I support my patients in learning to celebrate who they are so that they can leave therapy with a stronger sense of self, deeper relationships, and more fulfilling and joyful lives.
I earned my doctorate in Clinical Psychology at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, where I completed an APA-accredited internship working with adolescents and adults across a variety of clinical settings. I am currently receiving specialized postdoctoral training in women’s health while completing a fellowship with the Department of Obstetrics & Gynecology at Baylor University Medical Center.
Born in Germany, Alexandra moved to the Sunshine state of Florida at the age of 12. Alexandra received her BA in Psychology from California State University, Northridge and completed her M.S. and Psy.D. in Clinical Psychology at the APA accredited program at Nova Southeastern University, in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida in 2017. She completed her APPIC accredited Pre-Doctoral Internship at the Jane Pauley Community Health Centers in Anderson, Indiana. She is currently a Post-Doctoral Fellow at Preston Hollow Health and Wellness. As she is in the process of attaining licensure, she is under the supervision of Dr. Jennifer Bradford and Dr. Elizabeth Huber.
Alexandra has experience working with children, adolescents, and their families who face a diverse range of difficulties. Her clinical areas of interest include childhood traumatic experiences, oppositional behaviors, attachment disorders, positive parenting skills, anxiety, and depression. Alexandra also enjoys working with adults who struggle with relationship and life adjustment difficulties, as well as complex trauma. She also has a special interest in using Sand Tray and Play Therapy to help her clients process feelings, specifically related to trauma or other stressful and negative life events.
As a professional, Alexandra approaches her work with clients in a compassionate and attentive manner. Alexandra describes her overall work with clients as both a strength-based and humanistic, as well as a psychodynamic and relational. Therefore, she place emphasis on creating a strong therapeutic relationship, focusing on relational patterns and past experiences, as well as individual strengths and core values. Alexandra also utilizes tools from other treatment modalities as needed, because she feels it is important to meet each individual where they are and individualize treatment to meet their needs. Alexandra believes that each person has an internal drive to better him or herself and that everyone has the right answers within themselves that need to be tapped into through the right therapeutic environment.
Alexandra currently lives in Dallas with her husband, Chihuahua, and cat. When she is not seeing clients, she enjoys traveling, exploring nature and spending time with family and friends.
Dr. Hernandez was born and raised in Texas leading her to complete each stage of her education and training in the state which she calls home. She earned her bachelor’s in arts degree in psychology from Texas A&M University in 2010 with a minor in sociology. She then continued to earn her master’s in arts degree in Counseling Psychology from Texas Woman’s University in 2015. In August 2018, Dr. Hernandez earned her doctorate degree in Counseling Psychology from Texas Woman’s University after completing her APA-accredited pre-doctoral internship at the University of Houston Student Counseling Center. Throughout the stages of education, she received clinical training in varied settings including trauma crisis centers, hospitals, student counseling centers, and residential substance abuse treatment. She also completed extensive research on the impact of infertility on men as part of her doctoral studies. She is currently completing her postdoctoral fellowship with Preston Hollow Health and Wellness under the supervision of Dr. Elizabeth Huber and Dr. Jennifer Bradford as she seeks licensure in the state of Texas.
In her clinical practice, Dr. Hernandez has special interests in working with trauma, men’s issues, infertility, and eating disorders. Additionally, she has experience in treating anxiety, depression, and anger issues. Dr. Hernandez takes a relational approach to therapy which addresses the impact of clients’ relationships, with others and themselves, on their overall wellbeing. She believes that the therapy relationship is the most important aspect of therapy, as a safe and compassionate environment is necessary for personal exploration and growth. Along this vein, she focuses on multicultural issues with her clients and addressing issues of privilege, oppression, and justice. She also utilizes a focus on emotions in therapy as a means of developing increased insight into the power and meaning of emotions in order to optimize personal intuition and communication with others.
Dr. Hernandez currently lives in Carrollton, Texas with her husband and dog. When not seeing clients, she enjoys baking, reading, and serving as a part of her church family.
Born in Chicago, IL, Dr. Jenkins moved to the lone star state of Texas at the age of 11. She received her BA in psychology from Grambling State University (2008), her MS in juvenile forensic psychology from Prairie View A&M University (2013), and earned her doctorate in counseling psychology at Western Michigan University (2017). Dr. Jenkins completed her APA-Accredited Pre-Doctoral Internship in health service psychology at the Counseling and Mental Health Center at the University of Texas at Austin (UT Austin). She completed her post-doctoral fellowship in integrated health at UT Austin, working in their outpatient general medicine clinic. Dr. Jenkins' work is informed by her extensive clinical experience in college counseling centers, department counseling centers (where she served both college students and residents of the community), private practice and college ambulatory clinics.
Dr. Jenkins’ clinical areas of interest include trauma/trauma recovery, interpersonal violence, anxiety management, identity development, cultural diversity, women’s issues, life transitions, relationship concerns, familial concerns, depression, and long-standing psychological issues. One of Dr. Jenkins' top priorities is providing culturally sensitive treatment to her patients. She has a special interest in working with college students and young professionals where she utilizes a variety of approaches in her work with clients, including: cognitive behavioral therapy, dialectical behavioral therapy, and mindfulness based stress reduction. Her approach to therapy is rooted in helping clients increase self-awareness by working collaboratively to unpack and unblock the barriers preventing them from living in wholeness.
Dr. Jenkins conceptualizes patient health in a broad, holistic manner, one component of which is mental health. She believes in helping clients establish and improve the connection among his/her mental, emotional, and behavioral functioning in order to maximize overall well-being.
Matan Oved, LPCI, grew up in Dallas and holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Government from the Interdisciplinary Center of Herzliya in Israel with a specialization in Conflict Resolution and Counter-Terrorism/Homeland Security. Following completion of her undergraduate degree, Matan realized her passion to help others navigate conflict in their own lives. Based on her personal positive experience with a therapist, along with her innate capacity to empathize deeply and relate with others, Matan decided to pursue the field of professional counseling. Matan received her Master’s Degree in Mental Health Counseling from Northwestern University.
Matan enjoys working with clients across the lifespan and specializes in helping children, teens and adults who suffer from anxiety, depression, low self-esteem, chronic stress and worry and relationship difficulties. Matan employs a multi-faceted approach in her work with clients that incorporates elements of mindfulness, cognitive behavioral therapy, psychodynamic work and positive psychology. Matan tailors her style to match the needs of each individual client, and underlying all of her work is a commitment to building a powerful and effective therapeutic alliance between herself and her clients.
When Matan is outside the office, she enjoys spending time with her family and friends, cooking new cuisines, spending time outdoors, and always has at least three different books going at the same time. She enjoys traveling and exploring new places domestically and internationally.
Whitney was originally born and raised in the Hoosier state of Indiana. She received her BA in Psychology in 2008 from Indiana University in Bloomington, Indiana. Whitney remained at Indiana University to begin a doctoral program in counseling psychology. During the process of completing her doctoral degree, Whitney obtained a Master’s degree in Education with counseling focus and concentration in learning and developmental sciences in 2011. She completed her PhD in Counseling Psychology from Indiana University in 2015. Throughout her doctoral training, Whitney received training in various settings including university counseling, both large public and community college settings, as well as outpatient and residential treatment settings. Her strong interest in working with young developing adults led her to further pursue advanced training in university counseling. With that focus in mind, Whitney completed an APA-Accredited Pre-Doctoral Internship in university counseling and testing at Georgia State University in Atlanta, Georgia, and a Post-Doctoral Fellowship in university counseling at Southern Methodist University here in Dallas, Texas. Within university counseling, Whitney enjoyed focusing on familial and interpersonal issues and conflict, racial-identity development and challenges, and women’s issues.
Whitney transitioned to private practice in 2017 to further pursue her career interests and goals. She enjoys working with a diverse range of individuals, couples, and families with a wide- variety of concerns, involving identity development and racial-identity development, relationship/familial concerns and conflict, trauma, depression, major life transitions, and stress management. Whitney has a special interest in these areas, as they pertain the lives of women (especially, but not limited to those specific to African American women). Whitney interacts with clients in a compassionate and attentive manner. She thinks about her overall work with clients from a psychodynamic and interpersonal lens. Meaning she places a strong emphasis on the development of the therapeutic relationship and the use of the relationship as an intervention to provide more positive experiences. Whitney also believes in the exploration of relationships and patterns that have historically and are currently either a support or hindrance to one’s present challenges. She also utilizes tools from other treatment modalities as needed being that she feels strongly about meeting clients where they are and working collaboratively with them to reach their goals. Whitney believes in empowering clients to guide them toward discovering their inner-strength and hope that they are capable beings.