Hope Brown, M.A., LPC-S
Licensed Professional Counselor
Joseph Davis, M.A., LPC-Associate Supervised by Hope Brown, MA, LPC-S
Joseph Davis is certified by the Texas State Board of Examiners as a Licensed Professional Counselor Associate (LPC-A). He earned his Masters of Arts in Professional Counseling from Liberty University. Throughout his time studying, Joseph has been exposed to many styles of counseling and has worked with clients from various backgrounds and diverse ages. Therapeutically, Joseph gravitates toward Cognitive Behavioral and Narrative Therapies as well as Motivational Interviewing. Overall, Joseph believes in the power of a trusting therapeutic conversation. Having experienced that power himself, Joseph believes there is relief to be found for the issues we face.
Intern Staff- Madison Buth, Supervised by Hope Brown, MA, LPC-S
Madison Buth is a current M.Ed. student in Clinical Mental Health Counseling at the University of Houston. She earned her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Texas Tech University. She worked for some time as a Registered Behavior Technician practicing Applied Behavior Analysis serving children from a variety of ages. Currently, she is interested in helping […]
Ellen Russell, M.A., LPC-Associate Supervised by Maggie Dickens, MS, LPCS, LCDC
Ellen Russell has a Master of Arts in counseling from the University of Houston. Ellen received a BA in Psychology from the University of Houston, then completed courses at the Institute of Chemical Dependency Studies. She worked for a year and a half as a Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselor Intern with The Turning Point Inc. before returning to school to receive a master's degree. As an LPC-Associate at New Hope New Liberty Counseling, Ellen offers a strong therapeutic relationship for adults and children under a cognitive-behavioral and client-centered approach.
Intern Staff- Kirsten Downs-Mauldin, Supervised by Hope Brown, MA, LPC-S
Kirsten Downs-Mauldin is a current M.Ed. student in Marriage, Family, and Couple Counseling at Lamar University. She earned her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Texas A&M University. Kirsten has worked in various settings including behavioral clinics, research facilities, social work agencies, and education. Kirsten accepts individuals, couples, and families of varying ages with different degrees of presenting issues. Kirsten gravitates toward an Emotionally Focused Therapy approach and tends to use Cognitive Behavioral Therapy practices, but will find the best practices and approach that is effective for the client and their presenting issues. Kirsten believes by creating and maintaining a strong therapeutic relationship with her clients, she can help them feel more empowered within themselves, learn new and appropriate coping mechanisms, and find ways to change their negative maladaptive thoughts and feelings to more productive and positive ones.