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Counseling Services

Couples & Family
Relationship Issues
Grief and Loss
Anxiety and Fears
Personal Growth
Parenting Support
Stress Management
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Our Therapist

Salina Keller, MA, LPC-I
Under the direct supervision of Kenyatta Black-Jacobs, LPC-S

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Salina Keller has spent more than eight years in the social services field serving diverse populations in various settings.  From ages 3 – 85, Salina has been successful in providing hope and encouragement to individuals and their families through some of life’s most difficult challenges.  As a under-graduate of Psychology and a collegiate athlete at Tusculum College and conferring her Master’s in Professional Counseling from Liberty University, Salina has felt honored to be an integral part in promoting positive change in the lives of those that desire it.  If you find yourself or a loved one struggling with symptoms of depression, anxiety, ADHD, military readjustment, PTSD, and/or other traumas or other symptoms, please consider an outlet for your feelings and thoughts where they can be validated.  Salina Keller is ready and willing to help without judgement.

Salina Keller, born in Louisiana and having adopted another home state of Tennessee, is now a resident of Arlington, TX.  Brought to TX by her husband’s new job in 2015, Salina looks particularly forward to continued work within the military population, in which TX has proven to be plentiful.  Salina is married with four children, three grandchildren, three terriers, and a number of foster hounds from GALT (Greyhound Adoption League of Texas) at any given time.  Salina has personal and professional experiences in many areas of life to include being a child of divorce, being a step-child, surviving a divorce, raising a child after divorce, raising step-children, and co-parenting. 

Raised in a Christian home, Salina has learned "Blessed are the poor in spirit, for theirs is the kingdom of heaven, and Blessed are they who mourn, for they shall be comforted” and also the Serenity Prayer: God grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change; courage to change the things I can; and wisdom to know the difference.  Living one day at a time; enjoying one moment at a time; accepting hardships as the pathway to peace; taking, as He did, this sinful world as it is, not as I would have it; trusting that He will make all things right if I surrender to His Will; that I may be reasonably happy in this life and supremely happy with Him forever in the next. Amen(If you are of a different faith, belief system, or are not a spiritual person, no worries.  Counselors are trained to counsel based on the beliefs shared by their clients, not their own).
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