Jill Todd Dillashaw M.A., LPC-S

Jill believes God has a plan and vision for our lives. She works with clients dealing with depression, post-partum, anxiety, grief, parenting, marital issues or clients who just needing clarity and Biblical direction. She helps clients answer questions such as: "Is there more to just merely surviving grief/pain/trauma?"  "Is there purpose in our most frustrating days?"  "What are the keys to discovering more of God's vision for my life?"  "How does one find joy again?"  "How do I organize and manage my life to reach GOD's potential for me and my family?"  Jill works with couples, children, teens, women and men.  She believes through the counseling process one can begin to challenge non-biblical views of self and the world, find skills to ease pain or to bring about better results, and learn to maximize life as an individual, couple or family.

Jill is a graduate of Baylor University where she majored in Psychology and minored in Religion.  She attended Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary earning a Master’s of Marriage and Family Counseling and a Master’s of Religious Education. She has worked in many settings including police department special crimes/victim’s services, church staff, domestic violence treatment programs, and residential counseling centers.  However, Jill feels especially at home in private Christian-based practice.  Jill has been a licensed counselor for 19 years.  She is a Texas state supervisor of counselors working towards their licenses.

Jill is married to her college sweetheart.  They have 4 children, including one they were blessed to adopt.  She was a stay at home mom for 14 years as their kids were younger.  They now have 1 in college, 1 home schooled and preparing for the military, 1 in high school, and 1 in middle school. They enjoy sports, fishing, very competitive card games, and numerous school and church activities. 

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Dr. Melissa Ewing 

Melissa received her Masters and Doctorate from the University of North Texas. She received degrees in Clinical Psychology with a specialization in children and families.  She has worked at the Minirth Clinic in Richardson, the Dallas Child & Family Guidance Center and Dallas County MHMR.  Dr. Ewing began counseling with the Counseling & Enrichment Center in 2003. She served as the Preschool Minister and then the Children's Minster from 2005 to 2017. In 2018, she transitioned to a new role as the Minister of Marriage and Family. Dr. Ewing is married to Howard and they have three adult children.

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