Plano Whole Life Counseling is the new satellite office of Dallas Whole Life Counseling (DWLC).
Serving the community since 1999, we provide mploys a wide variety of psychologists and counselors who work with individuals, couples, teens, kids and family. We offer expert treatment for anxiety and depression, non-judgemental relationship guidance, confident career and life coaching and a wealth of other services.
Clients choose our nationally recognized practice because they want an experienced therapist who will listen actively and compassionately, offering emotional support and heartfelt encouragement as each unique individual confronts life challenges. At the same time, our therapists speak simply and directly, providing clear advice and practical guidance when appropriate. The Dallas Whole Life team feels it is a profound privilege to be invited into our clients’ lives. We honor this privilege by passionately investing in your happiness and well-being. Treating the "whole person," we will do our absolute best to help you realize the next level of fulfillment in all areas of your life.
We feel it is a profound privilege to be invited into our clients’ lives. We honor this privilege by passionately investing in our clients’ happiness and well-being.
Heather Robbins, PhD., LP
Owner and Clinical Director. Counseling, therapy, coaching.
Dr. Heather Robbins is a licensed psychologist and co-owner of Dallas Whole Life Counseling. She offers services in both the North Dallas and Plano locations. With 20 years of experience working with clients from all walks of life, Dr. Robbins specializes in a number of treatment areas including depression, anxiety, panic, relationship issues, sexual issues, career and life coaching, mindfulness training, and stress and anger management.
James Robbins, MA, LPC
Owner and Program Director. Counseling, therapy, coaching.
James Robbins is a licensed professional counselor, published author and co-owner of Dallas Whole Life Counseling. He has over 15 years of experience helping people in various life stages that come from a wide variety of cultural, economic and family backgrounds. James specializes in several of treatment areas including couples counseling, career coaching, anxiety, depression, meditation and mindfulness, anger and communication issues, small business and entrepreneur coaching, trust and infidelity, sexual issues, family issues.
Kelly Kay Wynn, MS, MSW, LCSW
Clinical Director. Therapy, coaching, resiliency training. Individuals, couples..
Kelly Kay Wynn is a licensed therapist, life and resilience coach, and personal growth educator with 20 years of experience. She lives and works from the empowering belief, “It’s not what happens to you, it’s how you handle it.” Unfortunately, healthy coping skills are not universally taught. Without knowing how to address life’s challenges in a skillful way, many people struggle with anxiety and depression, addictions and workplace stress, relationship issues and chronic feelings of never being good enough.
Steve Reedy, MA, LPC, RMT, NMT
Depression, anxiety. Couples, sexual issues. Chronic pain, fitness.
Steve Reedy is a licensed professional counselor with a broad base of experience in various healing traditions. A senior therapist with Dallas Whole Life, Steve holds an M.A. in professional counseling from Argosy University and is also certified to practice mind/body work including neuromuscular therapy, Thai massage and reiki energy therapy. Steve’s years of experience as a counselor, coach and body worker have shaped his belief that an unhappy mind tends to lead to an unhappy body, and vice versa. When working with therapy clients, Steve believes it is important to treat the person as an integrated whole, rather than reducing him or her to a single clinical “problem.”
Deborah Mata, LPC-S
Anxiety, depression. CBT, mindfulness.
Deborah Mata is a Licensed Professional Counselor-Supervisor and an experienced psychotherapist. Drawing on her rich background in clinical practice, college teaching and student mentoring. Deborah utilizes a wide variety of techniques and approaches in her therapy work, including CBT (Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy), ETT (Emotional Transformation Therapy), and mindfulness. Her highly personalized treatment strategy is tailored to her clients’ unique backgrounds, goals, personalities and current life circumstances. She offers healthy coping tools while fostering personal growth, resiliency and self-confidence. She helps couples improve their communication, recognize unhealthy relationship patterns and move beyond blame and guilt. Genuinely compassionate and committed, Deborah holds a vision of success for each of her clients, offering encouragement, insight and non-judgmental guidance.
Michael Bollin, MA, LPC
Individual counseling. Adults, teens, kids. Christian counseling.Michael Bollin is a licensed professional counselor. He specializes in helping clients recognize and overcome unhealthy patterns and perceptions that limit their enjoyment of life. Michael believes that each individual, whether intentionally or unintentionally, is living a certain personal story. The good news is, you are still writing this story. You can change. Michael believes that profound transformation comes from discovering and embracing your unique talents, personality traits and abilities. You have a one-of-a-kind role to play in the world. Personal development is about actualizing your deepest sense of self so that you can grow into your unique place in life.
Breanna Katz, MSW, LCSW
Counseling, senior issues. Depression, anxiety, relationships.Breanna Katz is a licensed psychotherapist and clinical social worker who believes deeply in the power of resilience and the human spirit. After receiving her B.A. from Furman University in Greenville, South Carolina, Breanna earned her Master’s degree in Social Work from the University of Texas at Arlington (with a concentration in clinical mental health). Breanna has worked with a wide variety of client populations, and has extensive experience in acute psychiatric settings. A strong advocate for human welfare, equality and individual dignity, Breanna creates an inviting, non-judgemental therapy space for people of all backgrounds and life stages. She provides encouragement and support while facilitating personal insights and inspiring her clients to make powerful, practical changes in their day-to-day lives. Thoughtfully customizing her treatment approach to the individual needs, wants and life circumstances of each client, Breanna is a passionate believer in every human’s potential to meet and overcome seemingly overwhelming life challenges.
Jon Johnston, MA, LPC-Intern
Hypnosis, meditation. Individuals, couples. Anxiety, depression.
on Johnston, MA, LPC-Intern (supervised by Heather Carlile, MA, LPC, LPC-S) is a counseling practicum intern at Amberton University, with two decades of study in meditation, mindfulness, music and psychology. Jon studied meditation at the Zen Mountain Monastery in New York, where he learned from author and renowned expert in the field, John Daido Loori. Drawing from his unique blend of artistic talents, meditation skills and rich life experiences, Jon specializes in a number of treatment areas including depression, anxiety, couples counseling, anger issues, social issues, goal setting and follow-through, chronic pain, and grief work.
Marilyn Powell, PhD, LP
Individuals, couples. Career, relationship, depression, anxiety.
Marilyn Powell, Ph.D. is a licensed psychologist and the Dean of Psychology at Walden University. Primarily working with adults and couples, Dr. Powell helps clients realize and leverage their inherent strengths, develop effective coping skills and tools, bring more meaning to their daily lives, and create and maintain thriving relationships.
Diane Williams, MSW, LCSW
Counseling, therapy, coaching. Individuals, families, seniors, caregivers.
Diane Williams is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker offering treatment for a variety of issues including depression, anxiety, panic, relationship issues, career and life coaching, aging issues, caregiving, grief and loss, parenting guidance, blended family counseling, retirement transitioning, moving on from divorce, and ADHD.