Flower Mound Counseling - Are you overwhelmed? Going through troubled times? Want more joy and meaning in your life? In the middle of a difficult relationship or life transition? Battling low self-esteem and low self-worth can make life seem like an endless rollercoaster.
Now is the time to take control of your life, improve your self-confidence, and become the person you want to be. If you are interested in making a change, I can help you. We will work together to understand what you need and to achieve your goals.
My name is Kaylene Warner and I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker located in Flower Mound, Texas. I am trained as a Masters Level Clinician and my specializations include eating disorders, relationship challenges, family issues, substance abuse/addictions, codependency, and depression/anxiety. My office is located 1 ½ miles north of the Presbyterian Hospital in Flower Mound, just minutes from Lewisville, Highland Village, Bartonville, Roanoke, and Denton.
My clientele seek flower mound counseling for a variety of reasons. Some are looking to change negative beliefs or behaviors that are adversely impacting their lives. Some seek to address painful conditions such as anxiety, depression, addiction or relationship issues. And some are looking for solace in personal times of life's challenges. Personal counseling can help you:
Alleviate uncomfortable symptoms and feelings
Increase self esteem and self respect
Cope with stressful situations
Create the ability to make healthy decisions
Enhance communication with family, friends, and colleagues
People who seek counseling are usually normal individuals who are struggling with life circumstances or wish to enhance their overall quality of living. Most people could benefit from counseling at some point in their lives. Seeking professional assistance is a sign of good coping skills and is NOT a sign of weakness. Everyone encounters struggles and challenges in their lives. Sometimes help is needed.
“Kaylene Warner is an excellent counselor. I'm very impressed with her compassion, practical application of therapy, and deep understanding of the causes of the behavior.”
“Kaylene is a very genuine and caring counselor. I have been seeing her for many years and she has helped me tremendously. She and her office provides a comfortable, safe, and trustworthy enviroment. She is knowlegable in many areas and I would highly recommened her.”
“Kaylene is not the typical therapist that asks a bunch of open ended questions, like how does that make you feel. She adds value in what she does, and opens your mind to some great exercises -solutions. Our family has been going to Kaylene for years, and we wouldn't go anywhere else.”
“Kaylene provides compassionate care and really takes time to address the needs of her clients. She is the best!”
“I have known Kaylene for several years. I find her to be extremely kind, encouraging, and caring. I highly recommend her to anyone who needs guidance in their life. I feel she is truly there for me. Thank you, Kaylene!”
“Kaylene is wonderful at what she does! She is a compassionate and astute listener. She helps her clients, not only, gain insight into their feeling and actions, but also provides them with a variety of useful tools to work through life's more challenging moments.”
Keep Your Head and Your Heart Where Your Feet Are...
Live in the Moment!
When Food is Love-----Geneen Roth
Fat is a Family Affiar-----Judi Hollis
Food for Love----- Janet Greesen
Binge No More-----Joyce Nash
Love to Eat- Hate to Eat-----Elyse Fitzpatrick
Codependent No More-----Melody Beattie
Beyond Codependency-----Melody Beattie
Facing Codependency---- Pia Mellody
The 5 Love Languages----- Gary Chapman
The Seven Principles for Making a Marriage Work----John Gottman
Surviving Infidelity-----R. Subotnik and G. Harris
His Needs, Her Needs: Building an Affair-Proof Marriage-----Willard F. Jr. Harley
Boundaries in Marriage-----Henry Cloud John Townsend