Mental Health Expert
My mission is to provide personalized, high-quality care on an as-needed or preventative basis. This practice has been established in the North Dallas community for 18 years and expanded in 2015 to the Frisco/Little Elm area.
My credentials include the Doctor of Health Administration from University of Phoenix, a Masters degree in Counseling from Dallas Baptist University, and a Bachelors degree in Psychology from Texas Southern University. The LPC (License in Professional Counseling) allows me to provide private therapy in the state of Texas. As an LPC Supervisor, I have supervised many interns to become LPCs. I am a former member of the Association of Black Psychologists and am a current member of the American Association of Christian Counselors.
About 60% of my practice involves work with adult survivors of sexual trauma, addictions (drugs, alcohol, sex) and couples recovering from affairs. The practice also offers traditional general mental health counseling for depression, anxiety and bipolar disorder, particulary post-hospitalization or adults who are noticing symptoms for the first time. Other services include pre-surgery psych evals and group therapy.
As an Adjunct Faculty member of the University of Phoenix, I have taught online for the past 11 years and continue to enjoy working with adult learners in the online environment. Since 2002 and continuing, I have worked as a consultant with Perkins School of Theology at Southern Methodist University supporting mentor pastors and seminary interns.
I am a wife and mother and look forward to working with you or your loved ones.
If you are a new patient, your first step is an intake appointment with Patricia Johnson Alaman, LPC Intern. Your intake appointment can take place by phone, video, or in person. Schedule online or give Pat a call to schedule your intake appointment.