Our Counselors

Eve “Evie” Gardner

MA, LPC-S

Evie earned a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology as well as...

 

Eve “Evie” Gardner

Position: MA, LPC-S
Evie earned a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology as well as a Master of Arts in Family Psychology at Hardin-Simmons University. She is a Licensed Professional Counselor-Supervisor and has worked in community mental health, hospitals, and was previously associated with a large church-based counseling practice. Specialties include couples in crisis, couples healing from infidelity, premarital counseling and marital problems, divorce recovery, healing from sexual abuse, adolescent development/changes, women’s issues, blended family issues, grief, and counseling for those suffering from addiction, depression, bipolar disorder and anxiety disorders. She is trained in Emotionally Focused Therapy and feels passionately about serving couples who are in crisis. Evie is a member of the American Association of Christian Counselors and the North Texas EFT Community.
Session Fee: $195

Bailey Raymond

Practice Manager, Graduate Student Intern (Supervised by Lance Gardner, LPC-S)

Bailey Raymond graduated from Harding University with a Bachelor’s Degree...

 

Bailey Raymond

Position: Practice Manager, Graduate Student Intern (Supervised by Lance Gardner, LPC-S)

Bailey Raymond graduated from Harding University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Integrative Studies. She has worked in a variety of roles and has a background in education, psychology, and social work. Through her experience working for multiple school districts and churches in various capacities, she has over 5 years of experience working with children, adolescents, and young adults. She is currently earning her Master’s Degree in Mental and Clinical Health Counseling from Colorado Christian University. Upon graduation, she will pursue her LPC licensure. Along with her work as practice manager, Bailey is looking forward to working alongside her clients to help them pursue their goals. She is passionate about counseling and working towards cultivating a sense of belonging for people of all ages.

Bailey grew up in Clovis, CA. In her free time, Bailey enjoys reading, playing guitar, baking, and gardening. When she’s not doing homework or studying, you can find her going to the movie theater with her husband or taking her dog for a walk outside!

Fee: $85

Meg Bartlett

Graduate Student Intern (Supervised by Lance Gardner, LPC-S)

Meg Bartlett graduated from Southern Methodist University with a Bachelor’s...

 

Meg Bartlett

Position: Graduate Student Intern (Supervised by Lance Gardner, LPC-S)

Meg Bartlett graduated from Southern Methodist University with a Bachelor’s degree in Political Science. She is currently earning her Master in Counseling and Master in Christian Studies from Dallas Theological Seminary. During her clinical training, she’s had the privilege of working with couples and individuals navigating sexual dysfunction, sexual trauma, improving communication and relationship satisfaction, as well as dealing with depression and anxiety. Her heart is to establish a safe, non-judgmental therapeutic environment where couples and individuals can express themselves openly. She’s dedicated to empowering clients to make positive changes in their relationships and equipping them with the tools necessary to maintain healthy connections over time.

Meg was born in San Diego, CA, and lives in Plano, TX, with her husband and mischievous puppy, Winnie. When she’s not chasing Winnie through the house trying to get her sock back, Meg enjoys reading fantasy novels, cooking new recipes, and having her friends over for girls’ nights.

Session Fee: $85

Daisy Reynolds

LPC-A (Supervised by Lance Gardner, LPC-S)

Daisy is passionate about helping adults and couples determine the...

 

Daisy Reynolds

Position: LPC-A (Supervised by Lance Gardner, LPC-S)

Daisy is passionate about helping adults and couples determine the changes they need or want to make in their lives to meet their goals, whether those goals are personal, relational, or professional. Change is a natural part of life, and yet it can be challenging and even, at times, paralyzing. However, change can also provide us with opportunities to grow and become the kind of people we aim to be.

Finding out what those goals are and how to get there is a collaborative process between client and therapist. Daisy is consistently inspired by people who show resilience and persevere through very tough times as they seek solutions to their problems. She is honored to walk with them as they make that journey and is always changed by the process as well.

In particular, Daisy is passionate about working with couples who are seeking to improve their relationship, those who are struggling with interpersonal conflict, identity development, communication, life stage transitions, depression and anxiety, stress-management, self-esteem issues, and grief, loss, and trauma. She is also happy to provide faith-based counseling if it is requested by a client.

Daisy earned a Master of Counseling from Criswell College, and is supervised by Lance Gardner, LPC-S. She loves the outdoors and spends almost as much time in her backyard as she does inside her house. She enjoys cycling, reading, and trying out new hobbies, in addition to walking her dog, Lily, whom she lovingly refers to as a “Terrier-ist.”

Session Fee: $135