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  Our Clinicians  

Dr. Amanpreet Randazzo, PsyD

Dr. Amanpreet Randazzo is a licensed clinical psychologist and the President of AR Psychological Services. She earned her clinical psychology degree from the Florida Institute of Technology in Melbourne, Florida.


After completing her post-doctoral Geriatric fellowship training, she founded AR Psychological Services, a private psychological practice with offices in Southlake and Dallas. Dr. Randazzo’s clinical training principally focused on adult psychopathology, eating disorders, and geriatrics. She has worked extensively with couples and families, including marriage and family counseling. 

Offers Individual Counseling, Psychological Testing, and Neurological Testing


Dr. Sarah Hobbs, PhD

Dr. Sarah Hobbs is a licensed psychologist in the state of Texas. She earned her doctoral degree in counseling psychology from Texas Woman's University. Following graduation, she completed post-doctoral training in Dallas focused on diagnostic assessment.


She has extensive training in psychotherapy and has specialized training working with trauma, severe mental illness, crisis counseling, adult AD/HD, anger management, military psychology, substance use, and women's reproductive issues. She provides psychological assessments/evaluations for adults experiencing symptoms of AD/HD, learning disabilities, neurological disorders, and other neurological and psychological concerns.

Offers Psychological and Neurological Testing


Erin Winsett, LPA-IP, CLCP, ABDA

Offers Psychological and Neurological Testing

Erin Winsett is a Licensed Psychological Associate with Independent Practice. She is also a Certified Life Care Planner and a Disability Analyst. She earned her Master's Degree in Forensic Psychology at John Jay College in New York & her Bachelor's Degree in Psychology from Midwestern State University in Texas.


Erin specializes in clinical and forensic neuropsychological and psychological evaluations. She has experience with assessment of cognitive or emotional difficulties after traumatic brain injuries or psychological trauma in teens, adults, and geriatric populations. She has experience with brief solution focused therapy.

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Dr. Jamie Randle, PsyD

Offers Individual Counseling, Psychological Testing, and Neurological Testing

Dr. Jamie Randle was born & raised in California. She earned her Bachelors Degree in Psychology and African American Studies from The University of California, Davis and her Doctor of Psychology in Clinical Forensic Psychology from Alliant University in Fresno, CA. She moved to Texas to complete her internship at the Texas Juvenile Justice Department and made Texas home.

She has extensive experience working with adolescents in a correctional setting and was a part of the transition from a more correctional model to clinical as the department began to implement Trust Based Relational Intervention (TBRI) ideals. Throughout her time with the agency, she worked in the crisis and mental health unit, the young offenders unit, with general population offenders, as well as within the violence continuum program. Prior to that, she worked with adults with cooccurring mental health and substance use diagnosis as well as providing individual therapy to adults and adolescents experiencing psychological stress.

Jamie has experience in forensic and clinical neuropsychological evaluations with both adults and adolescents. She has been trained in and utilizes multiple treatment modalities including DBT, CBT, Trauma Focused CBT, Solution Focused Therapy and some Psychodynamic approaches to meet the needs of the client. She is excited to begin this new journey outside of corrections and can't wait to help you on yours!

Offers Individual Counseling


Rachel Kunkel-Bodziak, MA, LPC

Rachel is a Licensed Professional Counselor who earned her Master of Arts in Professional Counseling at Dallas Baptist University. She also has a Master’s in History from The University of Tulsa.

Rachel spent three years at the Irving Family Advocacy Center working with children, adolescence and adults. Her experiences with clients include depression, PTSD, anger management, anxiety, social anxiety, bipolar disorder, sexual trauma & domestic abuse.  

Rachel has an eclectic therapeutic approach. She is client-centered and solution focused, while often incorporating narrative techniques, as well as CBT. Rachel has a passion for working with pre-teens/teenagers and views the therapeutic relationship as the most important component of counseling. Her priority is to provide a safe and authentic environment for both the client and the counselor.

Rachel loves to travel with her husband and their teenage son. Born and raised on a farm in Michigan, she embraces the great outdoors, animals of all shapes and sizes, long walks, and reading.

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Denver Dykes, LPC

Denver Dykes grew up in East Texas, where she lived until moving to Dallas/Fort Worth in 1998. She received her education at Dallas Baptist University graduating with an MA in Counseling. Additionally, in 2009 while earning her BA, she attended a summer semester at Oxford University in England where she studied Philosophy of Religion during the Enlightenment and the Religion of C.S. Lewis.


After graduating with her Masters degree, she became licensed as an LPC and began working at East Texas Treatment Facility (in ISF program) and Community Healthcore (SUD and Severe Mental Health), before moving to Fort Worth to work at Cenikor, a two-year rehabilitation facility. Denver's professional focus is Developmental Trauma in Adults resulting in low self-esteem and problem solving/decision making challenges. Additional focus areas include Psychotic Disorders, Codependent Disorders and PTSD/CPSD. Denver utilizes CBT, DBT, Motivational Interviewing, and is trained in EMDR. Denver currently lives in Fort Worth with her two cats, Slinky and Fisk. She loves to read classical literature and present day fiction.

Offers Individual Counseling

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Zachary Richmond, LPC

“People are not disturbed by things, but by the views they take of them.” -Epictetus


Zack believes that mental and emotional health are just as important as that of our physical bodies. He approaches this process with individualistic, systemic, and holistic perspectives, and is equipped to do so with a faith-based foundation, if it suits the client—the goals and preferences of the clients are central to his process.

He approaches the counseling relationship from a perspective of finding and leveraging meaning, purpose, and fulfillment for all areas of life. To do so, he generally incorporates a combination of CBT, Adlerian, and Rogerian therapy, though is also equipped and prepared to utilize other approaches. His areas of practice expertise include working with anxiety and depression, coping skills, couples/relationships, pre-marital counseling, children/adolescents (particularly those who have experienced trauma and manifest significant behavioral issues), addiction, spirituality and spiritual abuse, and other general counseling topics.


Zack earned his undergraduate degree in social work while on a full academic scholarship package at TCU. While there, he was a John V. Roach Honors College program participant, and graduated #1 of 1,156 students in the Class of 2010. Afterwards, he enrolled at The King’s University in Southlake where he first earned a graduate certificate in biblical studies with high honors, then a Master of Marriage and Family Therapy degree with high honors.

Offers Individual Counseling and Couples Counseling

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Emily Marquez, LCSW

Emily Childress is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker who earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work from Texas Tech University in 2017, and a Master’s Degree in Social Work from the University of South Carolina in 2019.

Emily has experience working primarily with adults that struggle with anxiety, depression, body image distress, eating disorders, and low self-esteem. She also has experience working with military veterans, trauma, grief, and interpersonal problems. Emily is trained in Dialectical Behavioral Therapy and uses Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy most often in her therapeutic interventions. She utilizes a person-centered approach and strives to create a space of warmth and trust where you feel safe opening up without fear of judgement. Emily is passionate about guiding clients through self-discovery, such as identifying patterns of thoughts, emotions, and behaviors that negatively impact you, and working together to create healthier ways of thinking and behaving.

In her free time, Emily loves to play golf, travel, and spend time with her 3 fur babies – 2 Huskies and 1 Beagle. Her pups sometimes like to make surprise appearances on her telehealth sessions from her home office. If you get lucky, you might just see or hear one of them!

Offers Individual Counseling

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Kelsey Gibbs, LCSW

Kelsey Gibbs, Licensed Clinical Social Worker, received her Bachelors of Science in Social Work and Masters of Social Work with a concentration in Health/Mental Health from Saint Louis University in Saint Louis, Missouri. Kelsey has a diverse background working with children, adolescents, and adults with various mental health concerns in inpatient and outpatient settings. Special interests include anxiety disorders, eating disorders, depression, bipolar illness, relationship issues, personality disorders, dual diagnosis, and substance abuse.


Kelsey uses Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) with her clients to provide evidence- based treatment with special focus on helping the client identify and reach their treatment goals. As an advocate with personal experience being treated in therapy, Kelsey uses a person-centered and strengths-based approach to meet the client where they are at. She aims to provide a non-judgmental environment where clients feel heard, supported, and motivated to continue their therapy.

Offers Individual Counseling


Robbie Merrett, LPC

“Change is possible”, I believe each individual has the ability to make changes in their lives by
drawing from their unique strengths & experiences.

Robbie Merrett is a passionate scholar-practitioner in the field of counseling. He is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC). He has a master’s degree in Counseling and is currently striving to complete his doctorate in Clinical Psychology. Prior to becoming a counselor, he worked in the criminal justice system for over 20 years, first as an adult probation officer, and later as a counselor working with offenders on an array of issues ranging from substance abuse to mental health issues.
He provides cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) & other evidence-based treatments to adolescent as well as adult clients with a wide range of emotional, behavioral, and adjustment problems, such as anxiety, stress, depression, substance abuse, and relationship problems.

Goals For Our Work Together:

My number one goal is to create a collaborative, culturally-sensitive and compassionate space in
which I offer personally-tailored interventions for your set of circumstances while working with you to identify and utilize your own strengths to bring about positive change in your life. 

Offers Individual Counseling (Virtual Services Only)


Bhavika Parmar MA, LPC, NCC

Bhavika is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) and a National Certified Counselor (NCC) with a Master’s degree of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling (CACREP Accredited; Chi Sigma Iota Honors) from Argosy University and a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from The University of Texas at Dallas.

Bhavika has gained her professional and clinical training from a variety of clinical settings (i.e., the children's advocacy center, private practices, and nonprofit agencies) and each of the settings has prepared her to be a compassionate and eclectic therapist. Bhavika has developed a skill and style that is instrumental in working with individuals struggling to feel safe, balanced, and authentic. She provides CBT, TF-CBT, CPT, and culturally-specific trauma-informed services to pre-teens, teens, and adults. Her professional focus is gender-based violence, PTSD, depression, anxiety, executive dysfunction, family/relational issues, mood disorders, and trauma-related disorders. Additionally, Bhavika speaks fluent Gujarati and she is conversant in Hindi.

For fun, Bhavika enjoys traveling, journaling, playing basketball, playing with her cat (Russian Blue), spending time with her loved ones, and engaging in different types of artwork.

Offers Individual Counseling


Dr. TJ Engeman, PhD

Dr. Engeman earned a Doctor of Psychology degree from Walden University, a Master of Science degree from Capella University, & a Bachelor of Science Degree in Psychology/Business from Excelsior College. Dr. Engeman is both professional & informative when it comes to the treatment process with aligning goals for future stability & healing for oneself, and providing on-going support for self-growth. Dr. Engeman focuses on reduction of conflict, inclusion of thought processes, & solutions tailored toward transparency & communication. 

Dr. Engeman's clinical training included adult psychopathology, mental illness, trauma, geriatrics, co-occurring mental health & substance use disorders, psychological testing, & psychotherapy with individual/couple/families. Dr. Engeman has worked extensively with individuals, couples, & families with a variety of concerns including but not limited to stages of life changes, anxiety, depression, grief, stress, substance abuse, & relationship problems.

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Aileen Devereaux, LCSW

Aileen Devereaux has been a practicing Licensed Clinical Social Worker since 2012. She has a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from the University of Minnesota, Duluth and earned her Master of Science in Social Work from the University of Texas, Arlington.

Aileen has over 28 years practicing in the field of mental health/social services in a variety of settings across diverse populations. She worked for 10 years in the inpatient psychiatry and outpatient psychology clinics at a local children’s hospital and has been practicing independently and partnering with multiple agencies in North Texas since 2015. She has expertise in providing care for individuals and families coping with a variety of concerns, including but not limited to trauma and abuse, anxiety, depression, acute and chronic medical concerns, severe mental illness, grief and loss issues. Aileen is an advocate for suicide prevention and a strong ally for young adults with non-conforming gender identity and/or sexual orientation.

Aileen is trained in EMDR and provides comprehensive, individualized assessment and treatment planning and a variety of therapeutic approaches including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Mindfulness, Motivational Interviewing, Collaborative Problem Solving, and Solution-Focused Therapy.

Aileen practices self-care through time spent with family, friends, and her four fur-babies either on the couch or in-nature. She enjoys travel, dining out, gardening and loves spending time in or near the ocean

Skilled Nursing Facilities only

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