Stacie Dowler Silvas, M.A., LPC
Stacie approaches counseling with the conviction that each person was created to thrive in life and relationships. Everyone encounters problems, pain, loss and many other challenges, but these do not need to determine one’s identity or future. Stacie’s therapeutic approach addresses the client’s mind, emotions, spirit, and body, creating a holistic approach to healing and growth. Her calm and quiet demeanor creates a safe atmosphere for clients to share openly and work towards their goals.
Stacie earned her Master of Arts in Clinical Psychology at Wheaton College in 2005. Her areas of focus include recovery from abuse and trauma, anxiety related issues, developing healthy relationships and personal/spiritual growth. During the last nine years of practice, she has provided counseling for survivors of childhood abuse, human trafficking, domestic violence and rape as well as counseling for ex-offenders and their families. She has experience working with teens, couples, families, and individuals. Stacie has been a licensed minister since 2003, which provides her with insight in working with seminary students, pastors, and missionaries as they tackle the challenges unique to Christian ministry.
Stacie Dowler Silvas, M.A., Licensed Professional Counselor
Margaret McCrummen, M.A., LPC
Margaret has extensive experience as a working ally with adults suffering from traumatic distress – such as rape, incest, domestic violence, addiction, brain injury, etc. – along with aiding those suffering from anxiety, depression, and other concerns that impede living a fully-functioning life.
Since Margaret believes that every individual is made in the image of God, each potential client is warmly welcomed into a safe, therapeutic relationship where there is respect and hope for healing.
While trained in all the major psychological theories, Margaret’s therapeutic approach also includes contemplating the physiological, neurological, and spiritual aspects of an individual when considering the best treatment plan.
Margaret McCrummen earned a degree in Psychology from The University of Texas, with a concentration in Behavioral and Brain Sciences, and a master’s degree in Counseling and Biblical Studies from Dallas Theological Seminary.
Margaret McCrummen is a Licensed Professional Counselor.
Cherie Thompson, LPC-S, LMSW, LCDC
Cherie is committed to helping minors and their families resolve complex family issues, issues which can lead children to run away from home, get suspended from school, use drugs or begin participating in “high risk” behaviors. She has a unique, compassionate, yet common sense approach to counseling, which makes her the ideal therapist to address adolescent behaviors that can lead to a disconnection from the family and make them likely candidates for physical and sexual exploitation by adult predators.
Cherie received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Sociology from Baylor University and a Master of Science in Counseling and Guidance from Texas A&M University-Commerce. Her training as a supervising Licensed Professional Counselor has prepared her for addressing current legal and ethical issues that arise while working with youth who have been involved in high risk behaviors such as sex trafficking. She is also trained in marital therapy and trauma therapy. She is recognized throughout Dallas County as a seasoned trainer, educator and clinical supervisor.
Randi Bradfield, MA, LPC
Randi is passionate about helping others. Her style is warm and open, creating a space for clients that is free from judgement and offers unconditional compassion, but also tough love when needed. Her therapeutic process aids clients in understanding themselves and navigating toward the growth and life each client desires. Randi treats each person as a true masterpiece.
Randi earned her Bachelors in Sociology from University of North Texas and Master of Arts in clinical Mental Health Counseling from Lubbock Christian University. Her training includes working with children, adolescents, adults, couples, families, and groups. Randi’s areas of expertise include play therapy, working with children and adolescents, women’s issues, depression, anxiety, PTSD, grief, perinatal mood disorders, maternal mental health, recovery from abuse or trauma, birth trauma, relationship issues, communication skill building and developing coping skills.
Randi also trained as a doula with Best in 2018 and has served as a postpartum doula to some amazing families. She is eager to support others through the emotional phases of preconception, pregnancy, birth, and early parenthood — including all the ups and downs, anxieties, complications, and changes that come with this territory.