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Benjamin J. Albritton, Psy.D., ABPP

Benjamin J. Albritton, Psy.D.

Dr. Albritton is a board certified Forensic Psychologist who has practiced in Texas since 1986. A significant portion of his practice entails Forensic Psychology. His extensive background in child and adolescent evaluation and therapy uniquely qualifies him to provide services for families in crisis. His training and experience encompasses a wide variety of clinical settings including inpatient evaluation and treatment, substance abuse treatment, child treatment and parenting issues, sexual abuse treatment, and ongoing outpatient psychotherapy. He often functions as an evaluator and expert witness in forensic matters including custody and personal injury cases. Dr. Albritton's clinical practice includes individual, marital, and family psychotherapy. He sees children, adolescents, and adults in his practice.

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ben@swcf.net
C. Gary Barnes, Ph.D.

Gary Barnes is a licensed psychologist, specializing in marriage and family research, therapy, and training. He is also an ordained minister and a Professor of Biblical Counseling at Dallas Theological Seminary. After graduating from Dallas Theological Seminary, he served as an assistant pastor for seven years and then earned a PH.D. in psychology at Columbia University. While in New York, he was a research project coordinator at NYU Medical Center's Family Studies Clinic. He later completed a two-year postdoctoral fellowship in Clinical Child Psychology through Parkland Hospital (Dallas) and the Child Guidance Clinics, followed by additional postdoctoral clinical training leading to certification as a Clinical Member of the American Board of Christian Sex Therapists.

C. Gary Barnes, Ph.D.
 
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gary@swcf.net
Blake P. Mitchell, Ph.D.
Blake P. Mitchell, Ph.D.

Dr. Mitchell is a Licensed Psychologist who has practiced in Texas since 2006. He specializes in individual psychotherapy as well as forensic evaluations. His background includes his career in the U.S. Navy as well as outpatient psychological treatment including therapy and evaluation. Dr. Mitchell works with children, adolescents and adults.

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blake@swcf.net
 
David L. Henderson, M.D.

Dr. Henderson is a board-certified psychiatrist, author and speaker. He completed his undergraduate studies at Cedarville University, obtained his medical degree from Wright State University’s Boonshoft School of Medicine, and then went on to complete a residency in Psychiatry at the University of South Carolina. Currently, Dr. Henderson works in private practice in Dallas, Texas and serves as the Department Chair of Counseling and Psychology at Criswell College. He is also an adjunct professor of Counseling at Dallas Theological Seminar. Dr. Henderson has a variety of research and clinical interests including anxiety, depression, chemical and behavioral addictions, and the effects of worldview and spirituality on mental and physical health. He has presented both internationally and nationally on radio and at various conferences including American Family Radio, Prime Time America, Christian Radio Magazine, the Christian Medical and Dental Association, and the American Psychiatric Association. His latest publication, Finding Purpose Beyond Our Pain, can be found on his website, www.purposebeyondpain.com . Dr. Henderson lives in Dallas, TX with his wife and their three children.

David L. Henderson, M.D.
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david@swcf.net
Anna H. Y. Ho, Psy.D.

Anna H. Y. Ho, Psy.D.

Dr. Ho is a licensed psychologist who has had training and experience in Texas, New York, California and Asia. She specializes in the assessment and treatment for children with Autism, ADHD, trauma, anxiety, mood disorders, communication and developmental issues. She is a provider of the Developmental-Individual difference-Relationship-based (DIR) Floor Time therapy with advanced certificate training. She also practices infant-preschooler mental health, play therapy, Son-Rise autism treatment, parental and parent-child relationship counseling.

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annaho@swcf.net
French A. Jones, Ph.D.

Dr. French A. Jones currently is an Associate Professor at Dallas Theological Seminary in the Biblical Counseling Department. He is in his fifteenth year on the faculty having directed the program for eight years. As a Licensed Professional Counselor, he has maintained an active private counseling practice for individual adults.

Dr. Jones grew up in Atlanta, Georgia and received his Bachelor of Science degree from Georgia State University. After five years on the staff of Campus Crusade for Christ, Dr. Jones attended Dallas Theological Seminary and received his Master of Theology degree. In 1982, he joined the pastoral staff at Northwest Bible Church and began his doctoral work at the University of North Texas. In 1988, he graduated Doctor of Philosophy with a major in Counselor Education and Marriage Counseling.

Dr. Jones has been married to his wife, Amy, for thirty-three years. He enjoys hiking, travel, entertaining guests with Amy in their home, and is an avid golfer.

french@swcf.net
C. Ann Simons, M.A., LPC

Anna H. Y. Ho, Psy.D.

Ann Simons is a licensed professional counselor practicing in Dallas since 1991.  Specializing in individual adult psychotherapy, Ann provides therapeutic treatment for the managing and overcoming of depression, anxiety, physical abuse, sexual abuse/incest, post-traumatic stress disorder, post-abortive syndrome, unwanted same-sex attraction, emotional eating, codependency and grief.  In her work, Ann offers Catholics and other Christians an environment in which their faith is respected, supported, and implemented in the therapeutic process.

Ann graduated from Baylor University in 1981 with a bachelor of science in education and earned her master of arts in counseling in 1987 from Denver Seminary.  She interned in counseling at Dallas Theological Seminary in 1986 as well as under John F. Shackelford, Psy.D from 1988-1991, and in 1991 was licensed as a professional counselor.  That year Ann also completed a two-year training program for certification in Object Relations Theory and Therapy at the Washington School of Psychiatry in Washington, D.C.  Ann served from 2003-2010 as a member of the Christian Association for Psychological Studies’ Southwest Regional Board.  She maintains membership in the Catholic Psychotherapy Association and the Christian Association for Psychological Studies.

ann@swcf.net
Cathy Barnes, M.S.

Cathy earned her master's degree in Early Education of Exceptional Children. She has twenty years of experience teaching elementary school in private and public settings and she is the parent of four adult children.

As a CONSULTANT she provides parents with information (including a home assessment, appropriate developmental expectations, sound parenting practices and effective communication skills) and recommends the intervention of a strategic plan to address areas of concern.

As a COACH she assists parents (and sometimes teachers) in the implementation of the plan and provides family support and inspiration to reach goals through office as well as home visits.

 

Anna H. Y. Ho, Psy.D.

cathy@swcf.net

 

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