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Our Mental Health Therapy Services at Plano
#LiveAuthentic With Professional Counseling Services
Ellie Mental Health in Plano, Texas isn’t your average therapy clinic. We’ve created a comfy, judgment-free zone where you can be authentic, get real about where you’re at in your mental health, and receive the compassionate care you deserve. We strive to break down treatment barriers and provide you with customized counseling services that meet your therapy needs.
Work one-on-one with a therapist who will provide you with mental health care individualized to your needs. Whether you are seeking treatment for a mental illness, support for a recent life change, or help in a specific area of your life, individual therapy is just between you and your therapist.
Attend therapy session with your partner – whether you’re just dating, engaged, or married. Couples therapy is a safe place to talk through relationship issues with a counselor you can trust, get help navigating a divorce, or build a strong foundation for the future.
Attend therapy from the comfort and convenience of your home, or wherever else you have an internet connection. With online therapy, you get deep with your therapist while sipping tea in your favorite comfy chair, snuggled in your pajamas, or between work meetings.
Virtual Reality Therapy
Take control of fear and anxiety with virtual reality therapy. VRT is a cutting-edge new therapy method that uses virtual reality to help expose and desensitize your brain to fear triggers. This therapy type is available for anyone age 14 and older.
Work through family conflict with a therapist who can facilitate the conversation, work through harmful patterns, and improve communication skills. Family therapy is a group effort – bring your partner, the kids, the in-laws, stepchildren, your siblings, or whoever else is involved with your family dynamic.
Loss and bereavement can be immobilizing. You might not know how to move forward or what comes next. Grief therapy provides you with professional support as you work through loss, process any trauma, and navigate next steps.
Work through unresolved trauma and identify the areas of your life that trauma has impacted. Trauma-informed therapy means working with a therapist who has a deep understanding of the may ways trauma can affect your life and your overall sense of self, safety, and well-being.
Conditions & Specialities
We provide support for a wide range of mental disorders and common mental health issues at our Ellie Mental Health Clinic in Plano. No matter your concerns, your compassionate Ellie therapist will provide you with the non-judgmental care you deserve.
- Anger Management
- Body Dysmorphia
- Bereavement and Loss
- Relationship Counseling
- Premarital Counseling
- Postpartum Psychiatric Disorders
- Postpartum Depression
- Suicidal Thoughts
- Substance Abuse
- Panic Disorders
- Social Anxiety
- Oppositional Defiant Disorder (ODD)
- Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
- Dissociative Disorders
- Narcissistic Personality Disorder
- Eating Disorders
- Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD)
- Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
- Anxiety Disorders
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Accepted Payment at the Plano Clinic
This Ellie location is currently a fee-for-service clinic and is not accepting insurance. We are working on expanding our list of accepted insurance providers. Please check-in soon to see an updated list of payment options accepted at the Plano clinic.
Get Matched With the Perfect Therapist for Your Needs
Not sure what to look for in a therapist? Establishing a strong relationship with your therapist is so important to getting the care you deserve. That’s why at Ellie Mental Health we don’t leave it up to chance.
When you call us, our Client Access Team will get to know your preferences, schedule, and therapy needs. From there, we’ll match you with a therapist that’s just the perfect fit and get your first appointment scheduled right away.
Get to Know the Ellie TEAM at Plano
We have an incredible group of therapists who are encouraged to be unique and creative while offering customized care. To learn more about the team, check out their bios below!
Meet the Plano Clinic Director
Kimberly Kline, MA,LPC-S
Clinic Director, Boss Therapist Extraordinaire
Kimberly Kline is a Licensed Professional Counselor and Supervisor. She has been licensed since 1997 and in private practice since 2006. She has enjoyed great success in working with her clients to achieve their goals and overcome whatever obstacles keep them from living the lives they desire. She has a background in Biofeedback and incorporates many neuro meditative and biofeedback option into her treatment strategies. She has been a VP for an adoption agency and enjoys doing adoptee and birthparent reunifications still. Read More
Kimberly Kline, MA,LPC-S
Kimberly Kline is a Licensed Professional Counselor and Supervisor. She has been licensed since 1997 and in private practice since 2006. She has enjoyed great success in working with her clients to achieve their goals and overcome whatever obstacles keep them from living the lives they desire. She has a background in Biofeedback and incorporates many neuro meditative and biofeedback option into her treatment strategies. She has been a VP for an adoption agency and enjoys doing adoptee and birthparent reunifications still. She has received multiple certifications to aide in Trauma, Depression, Anxiety, Stress Management, ADHD and most all mood disorders. She has an intense concentration in working with adolescents and has many techniques and tools available to achieve impressive results with her clients and their families. Her most treasured achievement is her 25 year marriage and raising three wonderful kids into three amazing adults.
Meet Your Therapist at Plano
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Clayton Morrow, LPC, ATR
Clayton Morrow is both a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) and certified as a Registered Art Therapist (ATR). He graduated with a Master of Arts in Art Therapy/Counseling in 2015.He has worked in academic settings, various counseling centers, recovery centers (adult), inpatient facility/outpatient programing and children centered agencies. He has been supportive of clients with Depression, Anxiety, Disruptive behavior (children/teens), Substance abuse, Schizophrenia, Autism and Intellectual / developmental disorders. He has experience in individual, couple and group therapy. He meets his clients where they are with an emphasis on Person-Centered therapy that is also solution focused and utilizes art therapy as another means to get deeper into self-discovery and building self esteem. Personally : "I have an interest in art, martial arts, fitness, cinema and traveling to different places. My goal is to leave this world with a good name, legacy, and a reputation for empowering a lot of underdogs".
Jada Pearson, LPC Associate
Jada is a License Professional Counselor Associate with over ten years of experience working in various mental health settings. Jada currently leads a team that supports individuals experiencing psychosis using comprehensive life skills training. She leads groups regarding educational/employment support. Jada previously managed a team of fifteen mental health professionals consisting of LPCs, LCSWs, LMSWs, LMFT-As, who provide crisis services to individuals experiencing suicidal ideations. Jada enjoys partnering with individuals to improve their overall quality of life and believes each of us holds the power to reach our goals. Jada is passionate about ending the stigma around mental health treatment and has collaborated with local police departments, schools, and churches. Jada doesn't believe one modality of therapy "fits all" and provides trauma-informed care, dialectical behavior therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy, and motivational interviewing. Outside of work, Jada enjoys exploring new hiking trails and traveling with her family. Jada loves coaching her children in various sports, and when she isn't the actual coach, she enjoys sideline coaching them throughout their sports events. Jada is also passionate about serving others and enjoys volunteering with her children at women's shelters, homeless shelters, and local food banks. Jada is currently supervised by Kimberly Kline LPC-S and Sherri McCarthy LPC-S.
Kristi Stevens, LPC Associate
Kristi is a licensed Professional Counselor Associate supervised by Kimberly Kline, LPC. She has a history in theatre and worked as a photographer for 17 years. She went back to school for an undergraduate degree in psychology in 2016 and graduated from Texas A&M Commerce with her Masters in Counseling in August 2022. She has been providing counseling services with teens and adults for anxiety, depression, grief, mindfulness, codependency, self-harm, and bullying issues. Her areas of specialty are depression, anxiety, trauma, grief, self-harm, stress management, life transitions, and has a passion for working with children who live on the spectrum. She has a real skill for helping people find their inner strength, their self-worth, and courage to grow. She has also volunteered services to an organization that helps single moms with children get back on their feet. She is now extremely excited about her new venture as an Eating Disorder specialist. Personally: "I am a mother of 2 boys, ages 21 and 25. I truly enjoyed every minute of raising them, even the hard moments. I am a new empty nester with just my sweet dog Dixon, an American Eskimo. I love theatre, sailing and writing."
Mohamed Khalif, PhD, LPC
Dr. Khalif is a licensed professional counselor and he is board-certified as a national certified counselor. He received his PhD in CACREP counselor education and supervision and his master’s degree in clinical mental health counseling. He is passionate about supporting individuals, couples, children and adolescents dealing with trauma, anxiety, depression, emotional regulation, and ADHD. He draws from several treatment modalities that include cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), motivational interviewing, family systems, and narrative therapy. Dr. Khalif believes that every person is unique and deserves a unique treatment that best fits their needs. He strongly believes that the therapeutic work is a journey, and he works to support his clients as they travel through that journey to make their own discoveries. When he is not providing mental health care, he serves the role of contributing faculty for Walden University’s master’s degree program in clinical mental health counseling. Outside of work, he likes spending time with his family and playing soccer.
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