Young children learn and process best through play which is the basis behind play therapy. Shannon Schimelpfening is a Registered Play Therapist. She uses toys, sand play and creative activities  in a safe therapeutic environment which allows children to express, process, and modify feelings and behaviors on an developmentally appropriate level. Play Therapy interventions are used by Shannon in the treatment of young children age 3 to 9.


​For more information about Play Therapy visit The University of North Texas Center for Play Therapy. 

Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT)

Telehealth Video SESSIONS NOW OFFERED!


 Telehealth is the ability to see your counselor via your phone or computer  from the comfort of your home. Similar to Face Time, your counselor will use a confidential app to video chat with you for your therapy session. The application can be downloaded to your phone or a website can be used on any computer equipped with a microphone and camera. Most insurances are now covering the cost of Telehealth and we are currently accepting new clients with insurance and reduced fee private pay. If you would like to set up an appointment, please call today for more information.

Young Adult's Group (Currently Closed)

Educational open group to teach and provide peer support

Young Adults Age (17 to 23 years old)


Open group meets 1 hour session every other Tuesdays. This group is designed to provide peer support and education to help young adults who are finishing up high school and entering the next stage in their lives. Topics include entering college, how to apply for a job, life skills,  study habits, healthy relationships, stress management and more! Groups are often able to billed and covered by insurance. For information on what insurance are accepted, see Insurance and Fees under the HOME tab. Group is also available for private pay per session. For more information,  use the CONTACT US tab to contact Kelly Martin with questions.


Teen Girl's Group (Currently Closed)

Educational open group to teach girls and provide peer support


Teenage Girls (13 to 17 years old)

​​Open group meets 1 hour session every other Tuesdays. This group is designed to provide peer support and education to help teen girls with the unique struggles they face in today's world. Topics include self harm, depression and anxiety, health relationships, coping skills, anger and stress management, communication skills, relationship building with parents and more! Groups are often able to billed and covered by insurance. For information on what insurance are accepted, see Insurance and Fees under the HOME tab. Group is also available for private pay per session. For more information,  use the CONTACT US tab to contact Kelly Martin with questions.





Individual Types of Therapy

Play Therapy

Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavior Therapy (TF-CBT)

210-314-1606

KM Counseling Services, PLLC

Working together with children, adolescents,  Adults, and families towards a positive change

Cognitive behavior therapy (CBT) is a scientifically tested and proven effective type of therapy used in the treatment in many different disorders. This type of therapy focuses on collaborating with and teaching the client a number of different problem solving skills that the client masters and then applies in other areas of their life. Types of skills focus on behaviors, challenging current beliefs, identifying and modifying distorted thinking and learning to relate to others in different ways. Cognitive Behavior therapy is generally focused on current issues and is short term.


For more information on Cognitive Therapy visit the Academy of Cognitive Therapy.

​​Kelly Martin, LPC-S is a Diplomat for the Academy of Cognitive Therapy. To find out more about Kelly's training, see Meet the Counselors tab. 

Trauma focused cognitive behavior therapy (TF-CBT) is an  evidence based treatment approach used to help children, adolescents and their caregivers process and work through trauma related issues. Treatment is designed to be split between conjoint sessions with the client and caregiver and sessions with the client focusing on the specific emotional and behavioral difficulties faced by victims of trauma. Working together with the therapist, clients and caregivers learn to process thoughts and feelings related to the trauma; identify manage and resolve distressing thoughts, feelings and behaviors; and improve safety, promote positive communication and parenting skills. 


​For more information on TF-CBT visit The National Child Traumatic Stress Network for Parent Resources and information about TF-CBT.

Kelly Martin, LPC-S is certified in Trauma-Focused Cognitive Therapy. For more information on Kelly's training see Meet the Counselors tab.​