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I assist clients affected by stressful transitions like relationships ending and other loss. They face anxiety, depression, disorders related to identity/body image, disordered eating and addictions. Some of my clientele have experienced traumatic events yet learn to have a new relationship with themselves and their significant others. One of my strengths is solving relationship problems specific to emotional bonding and intimacy to solve problems and move beyond blame.
Advocating a healthy relationship with self and others, I assess inner issues like identity, body image, and desire. I evaluate outer issues like workplace discrimination, family conflict and other barriers to life satisfaction.
My clients, often affected by major life changes, acquire insights and skills amidst relationship challenges and mental or spiritual crises. Clients regain footing in life despite problems stemming from issues of past violence or victimization whether rooted in personal or professional life. I build safety and stabilization for healing by uncovering and discovering challenges to empower clients.
Trained in Critical Stress Debriefing, Mindfulness and Psychological First Aid I am seeing clients affected by the global shifts in our changing world. I am inviting essential workers, treating compassion fatigue and promoting extreme self-care and other residual losses from our challenging time.
Deborah Mata, LPC 66569
When asked as a child what I wanted to be when I grew up, I never knew the answer, all I said was that “I want to help people.” In a road I never saw coming I learned my way of helping others is through a positive therapy experience. I believe every single person can benefit from therapy to understand themselves better as well to live more skillfully in a world that can often seem senseless.
I received my Bachelors of Science in Psychology from Abilene Christian University, and my Masters of Science in Social Work from the University of Texas at Arlington. I have been in practice for over 9 years in a wide variety of settings including outpatient clinics and facilities as well as providing therapy to those residing in an inpatient setting. I have worked with both adult and adolescents providing therapy and assisting in locating community based resources to supplement the therapeutic process.
I am passionate about assisting individuals, couples, and families become their best selves in a safe and judgement free zone where we can work together to move into the next chapter. I believe in the power of our thoughts and movement to help us all move forward and I look forward to working with you to make sure you are living the life you want.
“I love the person I’ve become, because I fought to become her” – Kaci Diane
Ashely Rothberg, LCSW 55355