Katherine Bell Thomasy, M.A., LPC 

Whatever life struggle is bringing you here today is as unique as you are as an individual. But you are not alone, and together, we can find solutions!

Perhaps depression and anxiety has stolen your joy. You may have suffered a great loss, and the cloud of grief simply will not clear.  Like so many of us, you may find that everyday stress is overwhelming you, and you need clear, practical tools to manage it. Out-of-control conflict could be threatening your marriage, or your relationship has become stagnant; you are looking for solid, proven tools to help you rebuild the trust and commitment the two of you once shared.

I believe that knowledge and insight is empowering! As a counselor, I strive to provide a supportive, accepting environment to help you gain understanding and self-acceptance; to learn new ways of coping; to improve relationships; to find relief from internal distress; and to discover resolutions to specific problems.

I combine a life-long love of learning with over two decades of writing and teaching experience to help my clients learn new, proven strategies for overcoming depression and anxiety, managing stress, recovering from grief and divorce, and building strong relationships. The tools we will discover together will help you address the issues that bring you here today, and will serve you for a lifetime as you continue to self-discover, grow, and heal.

I also offer faith-based, Biblical counseling.

Choosing the best therapist for you is the first step in the right direction, and I look forward to beginning this journey with you! I would love to answer any questions you may have, or provide information you might need to make your choice. Feel free to contact me through email katherine@asafeplacetoheal or by calling 972-569-8255.


Katherine holds a Master of Arts in Professional Counseling from Amberton University (2013), and a Licensed Professional Counselor license (#71390) through the Texas State Board of Examiners of Professional Counselors.

Katherine has completed the Level 1 training in the Gottman Method for couples therapy, and uses the Gottman Institute’s proven, research-based relationship strategies in her counseling.

Katherine has over 20 years experience as a writer/editor, and is the author of a Christian novel which has been translated into Hungarian and Spanish. She is available for speaking engagements on the topics of depression, anxiety, and stress management; grief recovery; the special emotional needs of G/T thinkers and/or homeschooling families; and the Gottman Method principles of strong relationships. As the need arises, she offers a faith-based grief recovery program for groups of six to ten.

Katherine and her husband Mark have, between them, five sons, a daughter, two daughters-in-law, and a grandson.