Diana Kurtz is the executive director of The Creek Wellness and a licensed professional counselor-supervisor. She holds a B.A. in Psychology from the University of Houston and a M.A. in Clinical Psychology from the University of Houston-Clear Lake. She completed her practicum at Depelchin Children's Center. Her internship was completed in various settings including private practice, community-based programs and rehabilitation hospitals. She holds a licensure through the Texas Behavioral Health Executive Council and is recognized as a board approved supervisor in the state of Texas.
Mrs. Kurtz is a member of numerous professional and community organizations including the Texas Counseling Association and the Association for Contextual Behavioral Science. She is also past president of the Southeast Texas Chapter of the Association for Contextual Behavioral Science. She was lead research coordinator for various federally funded grants studying and improving outcomes of patients with traumatic brain injuries.
Mrs. Kurtz maintains a part-time clinical practice where her special interests are trauma, anxiety, depression, and adjusting to stress. She has extensive training in a number of different approaches depending on the focus of the problem. Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Motivational Interviewing, and Gottman Method Couples Therapy techniques are some of the therapeutic modalities she uses.
Diana is passionate about teaching students and interns and training them to be competent professional counselors. She provides supervision for graduate students and LPC-Associates.
Check out Diana Kurtz’s curriculum vitae for her publications and trainings.
Phone : (713) 924-7631
Mental health is a vital key to overall well-being and living life to its fullest potential. I believe it is often through our struggles that we learn, grow, and find meaning and value in our lives. My approach to counseling is focused on providing clients with a safe, nonjudgmental environment in which they are able to gain insight and find healing.
I value each and every person as an individual, with unique life experiences and individual needs, and work collaboratively with clients to identify and achieve their goals. Because no single approach is right for everyone, I utilize a range of therapeutic modalities including Cognitive-Behavioral, Gestalt, and Acceptance and Commitment-based theories.
In order to accommodate busy schedules, I offer evening/weekend appointments and counseling via Telehealth. I work with a wide variety of clients including adolescents, adults, couples, and families.
Candace Parker is a licensed professional counselor-associate practicing under the supervision of Diana Kurtz, MA, LPC-S. She completed her Masters of Arts in Counseling at Houston Baptist University.
Interpersonal Conflict in Families and Relationship
Phone: (281) 603-9114
I am a licensed professional counselor providing psychotherapy for children, adolescents, and adults. I have experience working in an intensive outpatient program with children and teenagers with behavioral issues, emotional adjustment, and more complex psychiatric disorders. I have spent many years working with adults dealing with trauma and grief. I use DBT-informed therapy in helping clients through their challenges and empowering them to make positive life changes.
My therapeutic approach focuses on helping clients strengthen self-awareness and use self-discovery in taking actions that will improve the quality of their lives, provide them with a healthy sense of self, decrease emotional struggle and enhance positive interpersonal relationships. Appointments are available in the evenings and Saturdays.
Life transitions are transformative and often a source of conflict. While challenging our resilience, perspective, and identity, they may result in feelings of confusion, distress, frustration, and resistance to future change. My goal as a psychotherapist is to help clients successfully navigate difficult life transitions and develop the skills necessary to experience a more vital, rewarding, and meaningful life. I provide a compassionate, collaborative, and holistic approach to treatment, and am primarily trained to administer an evidence-based therapy known as Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT).
I am experienced in treating adults and elderly individuals who struggle with anxiety, depression, trauma, grief, interpersonal conflict, and unhealthy habits. I am also skilled in working with individuals experiencing cognitive and emotional changes due to stroke, brain injury, dementia, epilepsy, and other neurological disorders.
I currently offer free 15-minute phone consultations to provide an opportunity to ask any questions that you may have prior to treatment. At this time, all treatment sessions will be conducted by video using a secure telehealth platform. If you are interested in working with me, please call to schedule a consultation at your earliest convenience.
Kimberley D. Brown, MA is a licensed professional counselor-associate practicing under the supervision of Diana Kurtz, MA, LPC-S. She completed her Masters of Arts in Clinical Psychology at The University of Houston – Clear Lake in 2018.
Available to all Texas Residents via Telehealth.
University of Texas Medical Branch
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