“I'm back in school now and haven't relapsed since we finished meeting. I'm now fighting for myself instead of against myself. I met the most amazing girl and we are doing great.”
— Male, Age 31
“Wow! What a mess of a family we were--Big fights over in-laws, money, and our kids. Mara said if we put in the work, we'd see a difference and she was right!”
— Young couple & 2 children
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Licensed Marriage & Family Therapist Associate
AREAS OF SPECIALIZATION
Individuals, ages 10 through adult
Anxiety & Depression
Trauma & Addiction Recovery
Marriage & Family Therapy
Annie DeArmond, MMFT, LMFT Associate
Annie DeArmond, MMFT, holds a bachelor's degree in psychology and a master's degree in marriage and family therapy. Her clinical background includes working with individuals, couples, and families. In addition, she has experience facilitating group therapy for trauma survivors and their families and with adolescents seeking addiction recovery in a residential treatment center setting. Annie has also received training in Emotionally Focused Couples Therapy (EFT) and Gottman Method (L1) and integrates its methodologies into her work with couples.
Annie spent her graduate internship working with trauma survivors and their families at a community advocacy center located in the DFW metroplex. Annie also served as head research coordinator with Courtroom Sciences, Inc. and has training in adolescent therapy. Additionally, Annie has completed training in the neurobiology of attachment through the National Institute for the Clinical Application of Behavioral Medicine.
Not one person or family is alike, and this is why Annie utilizes a systemic perspective to incorporate your unique attributes in walking alongside you towards healing and growth. Annie has had the opportunity of working with a variety of cases to build better connections and relationships that foster hope and resilience. Your mental health matters and your relationships matter. Don’t hesitate in prioritizing the importance of reaching out when you or a loved one needs support.
Member of the Texas Association for Marriage & Family Therapy