North Richland Hills Counselors and Therapists
Jeff King, MA, LPC
Owner and Therapist
Even before my introductory course in psychology, I had been fascinated by the idea of helping others work through their issues in this life. As an undergraduate at the University of North Texas, I took course after course in psychology working toward my degree. I was accepted into a graduate studies lab as an assistant in which we conducted research, but I always felt there was something missing. I have watched friends struggle with addiction, depression, and disorder in their lives to no avail as they relied solely on the “wisdom” of this world to guide them through their challenges. I decided to further my education and attended and graduated with my Master's Degree in counseling from Dallas Theological Seminary.
Since then I have had the privilege of counseling teens, adults, families, and couples in residential treatment, private practice, and acute care settings in Fort Worth and North Richland Hills. It has been an honor to walk through life with people and help them remember or create their goals, transform their current situation, and walk through life's fires together to find purpose. Life's too short to be unhappy, unsure, or unfulfilled. Let us help you find the purpose in the fire. Outside of counseling I enjoy writing our blog.
Amberlin Salas, MA, LPC
SYMBIS and DBT-trained
Amberlin has been passionate about helping people by working in church ministry in various forms for over 10 years as pastoral staff and support staff. She holds a B.A. in English, is a published author and writes for various religious publications.
Over time, wanting to walk alongside individuals in new ways, she obtained her M.A. in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Liberty University and is licensed in the state of Texas as a Licensed Professional Counselor Associate under supervision. She is currently continuing her education by acquiring a Ph.D. in Psychology from Liberty University.
She has experience working with families, couples and individuals in private practice in addition to having experience in residential treatment for adolescents with substance abuse and mental health diagnoses.
She believes that there is immense healing found in counseling as it provides a safe place for individuals to explore their unique journeys and reach their full potential.