Krisandra Parsons: Counselor, MS, LPC
Counselor, MS, LPC
I enjoy working with clients who are ready to get results–fast. I give clients clarity into who they are and what they possess so they can deal with anything– regardless of the issue(s). I am passionate about transformational change. Because of my Forensic background and emphasis, we will explore and discover the evidence that supports your strengths in an easy to follow process that creates lasting change. If you’re dealing with stress/anxiety, depression, grief/loss, general dissatisfaction with life or transitional issues, you’ve found the right therapist. Let’s discover who you really are!
My specialty is using Forensic Psychology integrated with Positive Psychology. It is a completely new concept that we’ve trademarked as Positive Forensics. Unlike the type of forensics that most people are used to (criminal forensics), I use forensics to discover the evidence that supports your talents and strengths.
Unlike traditional therapy, which I subscribed to for 15 years, working with Positive Forensics has had a tremendous impact on my professional work with my clients. Using this proprietary process has increased the effectiveness of therapy and shortened the length of time of therapy by more than 50%.
Call or Email Krisandra Parsons for a free phone consultation now or call (214) 307-8459.
• Years in Practice: 15+ Years
• School: Texas A&M-Commerce
• Year Graduated: 1994
• License No. and State: 13714 Texas
• Avg Cost (per session): $60 – $250
• Sliding Scale: Yes
• Accepts Insurance: Yes
• Accepted Payment Methods: American Express, Cash, Check, Discover, Mastercard, Paypal, Visa
Accepted Insurance Plans
• Out of Network
Verify your health insurance coverage when you arrange your first visit.
Krisandra Parsons’s Groups
The DNA Code: The Forensics of Purpose & Passion
This is a Life Coaching program that is a 12 week program that will turn your life around! If you are generally dissatisfied with life and want to discover what you came here to do, then this is your group. Limited to 6 attendees.
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