Janice is a Licensed Creative Arts Therapist and Licensed Professional Counselor - Intern in the State of Texas, holding a Master of Science degree in Art Therapy and Counseling from the College of New Rochelle, New Rochelle, NY and a Master of Science degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Walden University.
Janice brings a genuine sense of compassion for the difficulties her clients face, placing great emphasis on building meaningful relationships, transparency, and authenticity. Janice is flexible in her therapeutic approach, allowing her to address the unique needs of you and your family. Among Janice's areas of expertise are the treatment of anxiety and depressive disorders, stress, major life transitions, complex trauma, substance abuse recovery, relationships, and coping with medical or terminal illness. Janice enjoys working with children (5 and up), teens, adult individuals, couples and families.
Janice is well versed in Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) — a type of cognitive behavioral therapy which teaches individuals to live in the moment, cope with stress, regulate emotions, and improve relationships. As an artist and former graphic designer, she is especially skilled at incorporating creative expression into sessions, per your request.
Janice is passionate about helping clients of all ages establish more meaningful and emotionally healthy lives. She will provide you an open and non-judgmental atmosphere, with focus on empowerment, individual growth and the discovery of hidden strengths. Scheduling now with day, evening, and weekend availability, Janice is looking forward to meeting you.
An LPC-Intern in the State of Texas is an individual with a master's or doctorate degree in counseling or a counseling related field, pursuing the 3,000 clinical hours required for full LPC licensure. LPC-Interns in the State of Texas require regular clinical supervision. Janice Rose-Gill, ATR-BC, LPC-Intern is under the supervision of Megan Shelton, LPC-S, who can be reached at email@example.com.