Charlotte Crary, LPC, NCC
Charlotte Crary is a Licensed Professional Counselor, a National Board-Certified Counselor, a certified Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavior Therapist, and a Trust-Based Relational Intervention (TBRI) practitioner and trainer with over 20 years of experience working with children and families. Charlotte has worked as a therapist across the country, and has developed trauma-informed, client-centered treatment programs in various settings including transitional living programs for intellectually disabled, youth in foster care; family training workshops and structured family therapy programs based on integrated family systems theory; behavioral support programs based on TBRI and attachment theory for youth in foster care; sensory integration and support programs for special needs children and adolescents; recovery-based treatment protocols for substance use based on motivational interviewing and 12-Step work; and clinical program design rooted in attachment theory for adults facing crisis homelessness and addiction.
Charlotte believes in a whole-systems approach to treatment and offers individual, family, and group therapy in addition to parent coaching sessions, psychoeducation, and sensory integration. In addition to these services, Charlotte works closely with parents and organizations to design and create spaces that promote healing. She consults with non-profit organizations, churches, and families to design sensory friendly spaces for children with special needs as well as provide trauma-informed design techniques for families affected by trauma. Charlotte has designed spaces for transitional living programs, residential treatment centers, special needs ministries for, and provides in-home design consultations.
Charlotte is in the process of completing her dissertation in pursuit of her doctorate in Community Care and Counseling with a focus on trauma. She currently holds a Master of Education in School Counseling, and a Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration.
Licensed Professional Counselor, Texas
National Board Certifed Counselor
Ed.D. (ABD) - Liberty University
M.Ed. - Liberty University
B.A. - Point Loma Nazarene University
Gwen Dicapo, LPC-Intern
Supervised by Kelly McCabe, LPS-S, LMFT-S
Licensed Professional Counselor Associate
Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist Associate
National Board Certified Counselor
M.A. - Texas State University
B.A. - Louisiana State University
Gwen Dicapo is a Licensed Professional Counselor Associate and a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist Associate (supervised by Kelly McCabe LPS-S, LMFT-S), and a National Board-Certified Counselor. Gwen has training in Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavior Therapy, Gottman Method Couples Therapy, and Emotionally Focused Therapy. Gwen has worked as a crisis therapist in both community based and inpatient settings, developing person-centered, trauma-informed treatments, focused on emotional and physical regulation, individual responsibility, and family systems.
Gwen has experience in neurodivergent and dual diagnosis counseling and enjoys working with individuals with intellectual and developmental differences, people on the Autism spectrum, and their spouses/families. She believes that any diagnosis is only one facet of an individual’s being and enjoys helping to address complex issues of independence, behavioral expectations, boundaries, responsibilities, goal setting, relationships and sexuality, and other mental health concerns.
Gwen works from an attachment based, systems focused approach and offers individual, couples, family, and group therapy. Gwen holds a Master of Arts in Professional Counseling with a concentration in Marriage and Family Therapy from Texas State University, and a Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology from Louisiana State University.