Allison is the founder and director of C2 Change. She is a licensed psychologist (LP) and licensed marriage and family therapist (LMFT). She brings with her 18 years of experience working with children and families.
Julia is a licensed Psychological Associate (LPA) supervised by Allison Sallee and a Licensed Specialist in School Psychology (LSSP). She earned her specialist degree in School Psychology from Texas State. She has a B.A in psychology with a minor in Mexican American Studies. She previously worked as a youth care counselor and lead psychometrist at a residential treatment center. Her clinical interests include neuropsychological evaluations and autism. Julia is bilingual.
Victoria is a licensed psychologist. She earned her PhD in clinical psychology from Southern Methodist University. She previously trained in outpatient mental health and pediatric settings, including Dell Children's Medical Center and Children's Hospital Colorado. She works with children and adolescents struggling with depression, anxiety, school stress, and behavior difficulties. She uses a strengths-based and cognitive-behavioral approach to help her clients reach their full potential.
Brendan is Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist Associate, supervised by Allison Sallee, LMFT-S. He earned his B.S in Business Administration and M.A in Counseling from St. Edward’s University. He has previously worked at Capital Area Counseling, Austin Recovery, Harbor Hospice, and Plumeria Counseling Center. His interests include family therapy and group therapy.
Corinne is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist Associate supervised by Allison Sallee, LMFT-S. She is also a Certified Child Life Specialist. She earned her M.A in Counseling from St. Edwards University and her M.S in Family and Child Development from Louisiana Tech. Her prior experience includes helping children and families cope with the impact of parental illness. She is interested in family therapy, children and adolescents, and grief/loss. She has a strong belief in the therapeutic value of play.
Josh is a third year doctoral student in School Psychology at U.T Austin. He has 5 years of prior experience in a neurodevelopmental clinic serving individuals with learning disabilities, ADHD, behavioral problems, and mood disorders. His interests include anxiety and working with youth and young adults with difficulty forming their identities. He has a strong background in cognitive-behavioral therapy with an interpersonal approach and works collaboratively with clients to explore what will help in the moment and the long-term.
Wafa is a fourth year doctoral student in Counseling Psychology at U.T Austin. She has previously trained at
UT Austin’s Counseling and Mental Health Center, Central Texas Veteran’s Health Care System’s Outpatient Primary Care Clinic, and in the area of childhood grief. While she works primarily with adults, she enjoys working to support individuals of all ages through the challenges and struggles they might be experiencing.
Anne is a fifth year doctoral student in School Psychology at U.T Austin. She earned her M.A in School Psychology from UT Austin. Her clinical interests include anxiety and children/families impacted by autism. She typically uses interpersonal, systems, and/or cognitive-behavioral approaches to therapy, with sessions tailored to the client’s specific goals.
Maytal is a student in Counseling Psychology at UT Austin. She earned her Master’s in Social Work at Tel Aviv University and has prior experience assisting with crisis and trauma studies. She enjoys integrating alternative modes of therapy into the room, including mindfulness meditation, writing, and art. Her therapeutic philosophy relates to fostering a sense of acceptance and self-compassion within clients.
Roy is a student in the Master of Arts in Counseling Program at St. Edwards University. He brings over 30 years of experience working with teams solving problems as an engineer. He values an interpersonal approach to therapy stemming from the goals collaboratively arrived at for personal growth or working through specific problems.
Annie is a fifth year doctoral student in the School Psychology program at UT Austin. She earned a B.A in Psychology from Vassar College and MA in Spanish and Language Translation from New York University.
Her prior experiences include assessment, child, adolescent and family therapy, teaching in a Montessori school, and public health research. She typically uses interpersonal, systems, and/or cognitive-behavioral approaches, focusing on the specific client’s needs and goals. Annie is bilingual.
Elizabeth is a doctoral student in the counseling psychology program at Texas A&M. She earned her Master’s degree in Educational Psychology from Texas A&M. Her interests include trauma, children, adolescents, and families.
Ali is a student in the St. Edward’s Master of Arts in Counseling Program. She enjoys working with individuals and families of all ages to cope with difficulties in life and improve overall well-being. She feels privileged to do this work and be a part of the change process alongside her clients.