Trinity Wilson

Trinity Wilson

Trinity Wilson, M.A., LPC-Associate

McKinney

Speciality: Anxiety Chronic Illness or Pain Codependency Coping Skills Couples Depression Discernment Emotional Disturbance Family Grief Individual Infertility Life Coaching Life Transitions Marital Peer Relationships Postpartum Racial Identity School Issues Self Esteem Spiritual Abuse / Church Hurt Spirituality Stress Suicidal Ideation Trauma and PTSD

Price: $135/hr

HOURS:

Monday: 3pm – 8pm
Tuesday: 3pm – 8pm
Wednesday: 3pm – 8pm
Thursday: 3pm – 8pm
Friday: 3pm – 8pm
Saturday: 8am – 8pm

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I believe the opportunity to hold someone’s story gently, compassionately, and without judgment is an honor. Life can be far too difficult to process alone; I am here to walk with you through various seasons of life. Witnessing a client step into freedom and peace is a real joy for me! I approach the therapeutic relationship as a partnership. Through this partnership, I want to help you successfully reach your individual and relational goals!

I pursued the counseling profession as I realized how impactful therapy was in my own life. After experiencing significant grief from the loss of my mom, I wanted to support others on similar journeys.

Trinity is a Licensed Professional Counselor Associate (TX #93029) supervised by Dr. Cassie Reid (TX #64247). She received her Bachelor of Science Degree in Psychology from Texas Woman’s University and completed her Master’s Degree in Marriage and Family Therapy at The King’s University in Southlake, Texas. Trinity is a Christian and is happy to integrate faith and spirituality into sessions. She has experience working with people of various spiritual backgrounds. The modalities of therapy that Trinity incorporates are Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Person-Centered Therapy, and Solution Focused Therapy. She also has experience working with clients who are going through grief, life transitions, anxiety, depression, spiritual abuse, racial identity, familial relationships, peer relationships, and romantic relationships.