LPC Associates Counseling Services
Breath of Hope offers affordable low cost therapy provided by Licensed Professional Counseling Interns. LPC Interns have graduated with their Masters Degree and have received their counseling license. They are working on their 3,000 hours of supervised residency as their last phase of education. Kimberlee Daughtry LPC Supervisor, personally supervises all Interns who are able to meet with you at a much reduced fee. Interns are gaining experience in the field and are enthusiastic about helping you with your situation. Just mention that you are interested in seeing an intern and we will discuss the arrangements. Your counseling experience will be satisfying and beneficial. Mrs. Daughtry works closely with each LPC Intern to be certain your concerns are addressed effectively. This service will not only give you the opportunity to get counseling at a lower rate, but will give you even greater help by having two counselors having input into your situation.
Meet Our Associates:
Stephen Dunne Garcia
M.Ed., LPC Associate, NCC
Steve is a native Texan. Steve has been serving in the U.S. Army for 18 years as Special Forces Medical Sergeant as well as a Federal investigator with U.S. Department of Labor (OSHA). He graduated from Lamar University in 2019 and received his LPC license in Oct 2019. Steve is currently in his last year at Arizona State University, working towards a Doctoral degree in Integrated Behavioral Health. Additionally, Steve is a certified Reiki Master.
Having served as a Special Forces Medical Sergeant in the Army, and a Federal Investigator, he personally understands the stresses of military and law enforcement lives and is uniquely suited to discuss the traumas associated with those professions as well as the challenges their friends, families, and loved one’s face.
Steve has experience counseling adults of all ages, children, and individuals who identify as part of the LGBTQIA community. He has traveled the world, from Europe to Africa, North, Central and South America, and lived among the local populaces in those areas for extended periods gathering cultural and life experiences. Steve is spiritual, believes we are all connected by a universal energy, and has an open understanding and respect for everyone’s spiritual or atheist beliefs.
Steve believes in an eclectic use of theories and techniques such as cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) and mindfulness techniques, geared for each individual, to help through trauma, anxiety, depression, and other mental and behavioral health issues. He believes therapy is not only confined to use of counseling theories and techniques, sometimes simply having someone to actively listen to you with unconditional positive regard is all that someone may need to get through a challenging day.
When Steve is not counseling, or doing homework he is in the woods, on the water or in it. He enjoys spending time with his family and can often be seen playing guitar, on a mountain bike trail, on the water kayak fishing, or out surfing.
Steve will be happy to talk to you.
Steve is supervised by Kimberlee Daughtry, LPC-S, RPT, EMDR.
Regular Business Hour Fees (Friday-Sun 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.)
$75. Individual/Couple/Family 50 minute session
$135. Individual/Couple/Family 90 minute session
$25. Additional 15 minutes, if schedule allows
Morning (Before 10 a.m.)- Evening Fees (after 6 p.m.)
$100. Individual/Couple/Family 50 minute session
$180. Individual/Couple/Family 90 minute session
$30. Additional 15 minutes, if schedule allows
Dana Lynn Hanberry
B.A. Psychology, MS, LPC Associate, NCC
Dana is originally from San Antonio, Texas. She is a U.S. veteran who served in the United States Army. She currently works for the Army as an IT Specialist, supporting training for soldiers. Dana graduated from the University of Texas at San Antonio in 2020 and received her LPC license in June of 2021.
Dana’s history of serving in the military and deployments creates an open atmosphere for challenging discussions with associated traumas.
Dana has experience counseling adults, children and individuals suffering from trauma and crisis. Personal life experiences have led Dana down a path to spirituality but she acknowledges and respects other’s spiritual or non-spiritual beliefs.
Dana applies Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) alongside theories and techniques to include trauma informed care, and Person-Centered Therapy that focus on the needs of clients to better support individuals experiencing crisis, trauma, anxiety, depression and other mental and behavioral health issues. Dana believes in taking a case by case basis approach to counseling considering specific theories or techniques best suited for the individual.
When not counseling, Dana enjoys spending quality time with loved ones.
Dana looks forward to beginning a new client-counselor relationship with you.
Dana is supervised by Kimberlee Daughtry-Lopez, LPC-S, RPT, EMDR.
Regular Business Hour Fees (Wednesday/Thursdays 6 p.m. – 8 p.m.)
$65. Individual – 50 minute session