Clinicians

Our clinician is a licensed mental-health therapist who will focus on your concerns and guide you through your therapeutic journey. Your comfort and confidentiality are of utmost importance. Because this is a small, private practice, we are committed to providing you and your family with the individualized attention you deserve. Our goal is to treat all clients with the sensitivity and respect they deserve.

Your Therapist

Cynthia A. Gosnell, Ph.D., L.P.C.

Cynthia A. Gosnell, Ph.D., L.P.C.
Texas License #67318

Dr. Gosnell has a Master’s Degree from Texas Southern University and a Ph.D. in the field of Psychology from Capella University. She has experience working with children, teens, families and adults addressing emotional and mental illness. Over the years, Dr. Gosnell has led both individual and small-group sessions. She has provided community education through non-profit organizations on mental-health issues affecting children, teens, adults and families.

Specialties: I am a licensed mental-health therapist who will focus on your concerns and guide you through your therapeutic journey. Your comfort and confidentiality are of utmost importance. Because this is a small, private practice, I am committed to providing you and your family with the individualized attention you deserve. My goal is to treat all clients with the sensitivity and respect they deserve.

Demographics: Children, Adolescents, Teens, Young Adults, Women and Men

Areas of Focus (this list is not inclusive):

  • Adjustment disorders
  • Adolescent issues
  • Depression/anxiety
  • Teen pregnancy
  • Grief and loss
  • Relationship issues
  • Life transitions
  • Self-esteem
  • Career exploration
  • Post partum
  • Stress management
  • Childhood disorders
  • Communication skills
  • Pregnancy
  • Eating disorders

Clinical Proficiencies

Individual Counseling — Allows for intense focus on your specific needs in a secure, safe environment.

Couples/Marriage Counseling — Goal is to help you and your significant other to increase your understanding of yourself, your partner, and the patterns of interactions that have become detrimental to the relationship.

Marriage and Family —Includes crisis counseling, parenting issues, family functioning, and marital dynamics where they affect family dynamics.

Health and Wellness — Work on an individualized plan to enhance your physical (nutrition and exercise), mental health (self-efficacy and stress management), and/or emotional health (positive relationship and social interactions).

Career/Vocational — Determining a career path is an important process in which you match your unique passions, skills and values with an occupation that will become part of a meaningful and satisfying life.