Dr. Kelly Jameson
Dr. Jameson is a therapist and speaker based in Dallas, Texas. Either in therapy or on stage, her goal is promote self-reflection and growth in the life of her clients and audience members. She is known for her casual, witty style which can make heavy topics—like changing your life!&madsh;seem not only realistic, but enjoyable.
She believes unmovable facts like family of origin, birth order, temperament and personality play a significant role in who we are, but she certainly doesn’t count out the power of mindset and a solid therapeutic process along the way to promote positive change.
She currently serves on the Board of Directors for The Grant Halliburton Foundation, an organization dedicated to strengthening the network of mental health resources for children, teens and young adults; promoting better mental health; and suicide prevention. She also serves on the Board of Directors for the DFW chapter of the International Association of Eating Disorder Professionals (IAEDP).
Dr. Jameson is married to Dallas attorney Chris Jameson and they have three children who remind her daily that you can never truly master the art of parenting. When she’s not doing all the things listed above, she likes to work out, read, write, listen to podcasts and spend countless hours on Pinterest (because visualizing the best version of your life takes some research!)
Nicole Stock is a Graduate Intern based in Dallas, Texas. Nicole is passionate about working with adolescents and young adults and recognizes how difficult those stages of life can be. Her goal is to provide a comfortable space to talk about uncomfortable things.
Nicole is currently finishing up her Master’s of Science in Clinical Mental Health Counseling, with a concentration in child and adolescent therapy, at Southern Methodist University. She believes in helping others understand and accept themselves while encouraging positive changes in thought patterns and belief systems.
When Nicole is not studying or seeing clients, she enjoys listening to true crime podcasts, walking the Katy Trail, and trying new Dallas restaurants.