Dr. NaStassia Greer, Licensed Psychologist & Founder

Dr. Greer completed her internship and post-doctoral training at The Center for Psychological Services in Arlington, Texas where she received specialized training in assessment of Autism Spectrum Disorder, ADHD, mood disorders, behavioral disorders, and complex clinical presentations. Following her post-doctoral training, Dr. Greer served as a staff psychologist providing assessment and psychotherapy to individuals receiving care in rehabilitation and nursing home facilities. Dr. Greer has extensive experience working as part of interdisciplinary treatment teams and providing assessment for individuals with multifaceted problems including neurodevelopmental disorders, behavioral disorders, depression, anxiety, and interpersonal difficulties.

​Dr. Greer utilizes a comprehensive, integrative treatment approach targeting overall wellness and emphasizes the importance of the therapeutic relationship in the healing process. Dr. Greer believes in closely collaborating with clients to develop a tailored treatment plan to meet their needs and goals. While Dr. Greer’s psychotherapy practice focuses primarily on adolescents and adults, her assessment practice is open to children, adolescents, and adults.


  • Texas Licensed Psychologist, #37352

Professional Affiliations

  • American Psychological Association

Arlett Zamarripa, Licensed Professional Counselor – Associate (LPC-A)

Arlett Zamarripa is a Licensed Professional Counselor – Associate (LPC-A) in the state of Texas, and she is supervised by Kate Rodriguez, Ph.D., LPC-S. In 2019, Arlett received her Master of Science degree in Counseling, with an emphasis in clinical mental health, from Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi (TAMUCC), which is accredited by the Counsel for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs (CACREP). In addition, Arlett is a National Certified Counselor (NCC). Arlett has experience working with individuals, couples, and families, via telehealth (phone and video) and face to face. She has provided both short-term and long-term counseling to individuals between the ages of 6 years through 68 years, with issues related to anxiety, sadness/depression, life transitions, communication skills, coping skills, stress management, and interpersonal skills to name a few. Arlett’s primary clinical approach to counseling is grounded in person-centered counseling and multiculturalism in combination with different components from cognitive and behavioral therapy (CBT). At the same time, Arlett is aware and acknowledges that not every client is the same, so she tailors her approach to counseling, as needed, to ensure the wellbeing, welfare, and safety of her clients. Arlett is also a 3rd year Ph.D. candidate in a Counselor Education program at TAMUCC. The Counselor Education program at TAMUCC is CACREP accredited, which ensures the quality of her education, as well as experience in counseling.

Dr. Amber Gibson, Licensed Specialist in School Psychology
& Provisionally Licensed Psychologist

Dr. Amber Gibson received a Ph.D. in school psychology from Howard university in 2018. She is currently practicing as a licensed specialist in school psychology and works with educational staff to provide psychological support, assessment, and resources to students in the public school system. Her professional interests focus on mental wellness in communities of color, the school to prison pipeline, and culturally competent assessment practices. She strives to address disparities in her community through research, publications, practice, and mentorship.

Danita Ealy, MS, BCBA, LPA – Licensed Psychological Associate

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