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    Yolanda Sanchez

    Licensed Professional Counselor, MS, LPC-S

    I am a Licensed Professional Counselor (Supervisor) in San Antonio, Texas, with over 26 years of working in the field of psychology. From a car accident to domestic abuse or aftermath of childhood trauma, I help people through their journey. I meet them where they are and guide with instructions and clarity.

    I have worked in various environments domestically and abroad, from Texas to Mexico. I have worked with many populations, including indigenous women, abused women, and other marginalized people. Throughout the years, I learned effective ways to treat trauma without re-traumatizing the person. Many times people avoid going into therapy because they do not want to relive the trauma. A person does not necessarily have to re-visit traumatic events to heal from it.

    Using a variety of therapy models healing from trauma can be achieved. When a person has witnessed Domestic Violence or other types of trauma, it is most probable that they will experience PTSD symptoms. I am trained to treat PTSD to reduce and extinguish flashbacks, night terrors, or nightmares.
    Through the therapeutic relationship, trust, self-awareness, insight, self-confidence, and a sense of self can be developed.

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    Janet Trebs-Ingram

    Licensed Clinical Social Worker, MA, LCSW


    I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker providing telehealth therapy services in Texas and New Mexico. I have over 12 years of experience in the mental health field between Southern New Mexico and San Antonio, TX. I have provided both in home and telehealth therapy since 2014 and exclusively telehealth since March 2020. I currently only provide telehealth services.



    I have familiarity supporting individuals working through a wide variety of problems, such as difficulty adjusting to a significant life change or working through a traumatic event or episode that leads to depression, anxiety, and other issues.


    As a clinician, my goal is to help people through their healing journey by meeting them where they are at and assisting individuals in regaining control of their mental and emotional self by increasing understanding of self and applying therapeutic tools.


    I believe everyone deserves the opportunity to feel safe, comfortable, and happy in their lives and use various treatment models to assist individuals in achieving their own personal goals.

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    Maria Cano

    Licensed Professional Counselor, MS, LPC

    I am a Licensed Professional Mental Health Counselor in the state of Texas. I completed my training at the University of Texas at San Antonio in 2017. Since completion, I have continued to work with individuals who suffer from acute mental illness. I am trained to use the Illness Management and Recovery manual, based on the Cognitive Behavioral Therapy method. Through my training, in both school and a variety of work environments, I have worked closely with individuals diagnosed with Substance Use Disorder, at-risk youth, and have educated parents to regain parental rights through the court system. My goal as a mental health counselor is to assist individuals in regaining self-confidence, self-awareness, and independence through the tools therapy provides.

    Together we will work on building a therapeutic alliance that will allow you to identify problems that are getting in the way of a fulfilling life. This will help develop the necessary life skills to manage painful emotions. One area I like to focus on in therapy is mindfulness and learning how to stay present at the moment. Please feel free to reach out to me for a phone interview to find out more about my services.

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    Ana Roquebert

    Licensed Professional Counselor, MA, LPC

    I am a Licensed Professional Counselor in the State of Texas. I graduated from the University of Texas at San Antonio with a Masters in Counseling and have been working as a Bilingual Counselor for the past 13 years. I have worked with children, adolescents, and adults experiencing anxiety, depression, substance use, trauma, and domestic violence.

    As a counselor, I focus on finding evidence based practices tailored to each individual’s needs, interests, and abilities. I like to incorporate creative components into the therapeutic process such as art, relaxation techniques, and mindfulness. I view therapy as a partnership with clients in their journey towards healing and self discovery, helping clients achieve their mental health goals.

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    Jessica Pyrek


    Licensed Professional Counselor, MS, LPC

    I am a Licensed Professional Counselor in San Antonio, Texas with experience working with youth, families, and parents. I utilize Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Solution Focused Brief Therapy methods. I graduated from UTSA with a degree in clinical mental health counseling in 2018 and have worked in various settings involving groups, parenting education, and individual counseling.


    As a counselor, it is important for me that each person feel that they have a voice and I work hard to ensure there is a strong therapeutic relationship to foster positive results. My goal is to help individuals reach a place where they can have more control over the challenges in life. I am more than happy to provide any additional information.

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    Sylvia Morris

     Licensed Professional Counselor, MS, LPC

    My past experience was a rewarding career as an RN. Specializing in Oncology allowed me to see firsthand the deficit of mental health care being included as part of patient care as a whole. This led to my transition to becoming a Licensed Professional Counselor. For over a decade, I have spent my LPC career specializing in trauma, abuse, and PTSD. Modes of therapy may include cognitive behavioral therapy, solution-focused therapy, EMDR, and/or motivational interviewing.


    Some mental health challenges that have surfaced due to past experiences will also be addressed, such as depression, anxiety, and unhealthy coping strategies. It would be an honor to assist you in moving through areas in your life that are causing hurtful cycles you are ready to put in your past. Relief is possible.

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    Rachel Hale 

    Licensed Professional Counselor, MS, LPC 

    After serving in the U.S. Navy from 2009 to 2013, I earned my Bachelor's degree in Psychology in 2017 and a Master's in Counseling from the University of Texas at San Antonio in 2020. I began my career working with adults experiencing severe and persistent mental illnesses, gaining valuable experience in advocacy and assisting underserved populations in overcoming systemic barriers to quality mental health care.


    In 2022, I transitioned to an acute care setting with active-duty military personnel, addressing issues such as PTSD, addiction, depression, anxiety, family and relationship concerns, adjustment difficulties, military sexual trauma, and childhood trauma. My therapeutic approach includes Prolonged Exposure Therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, and solution-focused strategies. I am dedicated to a strengths-based approach, helping clients identify and leverage their unique strengths to create lasting change through resilience and evidence-based interventions.

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