About Us

Our Approach

Becky Lennox 11

I have a direct approach to life as well as counseling.

I feel that the individuals I see respect truth and desire to hear the truth so they can move forward. My patients describe me as having an “out-of-the-box” approach with kids as well as adults.

My office is purposefully designed to not be the typical clinical setting. Having no desire for a standard office setting, I created instead an atmosphere of uniqueness, comfort, safety, and warmth.

I feel that each person I see has their own personalized jigsaw puzzle they bring to me, eager to put the many pieces in place. Together, we begin a discovery process by examining the pieces of their puzzle, leading them to understanding.

Becky Lennox

Our Unique Team

Becky Lennox

I graduated from Texas Tech over 25 years ago and obtained degrees in Child and Adolescent Development, Family Studies, and became a Child Development Specialist. I have worked with individuals of all ages, from newborns to the elderly. I have also obtained the Certified Restorative Therapist, Certified Chemical Dependency Counselor, Certified Anger Control Counselor, Mediation Certification, and Life Coach Certifications.

My educational ideals were built on a direct and firm developmental approach. Understanding the developmental process of every human being is vitally important. Therefore, I explore life events with each individual or their parents, and this gives me a clear understanding of their growth, development, learning, adaptation, and coping skills during different life stages. 

I have a direct approach to life as well as counseling. I feel that the individuals I see respect truth and desire to hear the truth so they can move forward. My patients describe me as having an “out-of-the-box” approach with kids as well as adults. My office is purposefully designed to not be the typical clinical setting. Having no desire for a standard office setting, I created instead an atmosphere of uniqueness, comfort, safety, and warmth. I feel that each person I see has their own personalized jigsaw puzzle they bring to me, eager to put the many pieces in place. Together, we begin a discovery process by examining the pieces of their puzzle, leading them to understanding. 

I offer home visits when needed. Many times it is necessary for me to observe family units to understand how the family dynamics work or how a child acts in their home setting. This may mean recognizing a behavioral issue, witnessing a child not staying in their bed, or gaining insight into routines and family dynamics. 

Whatever is agreed upon, whether it is me meeting with school teachers or administrators, making a home visit, speaking with key people in someone’s life, contacting an absent parent, talking with a child’s incarcerated parent, or contacting an estranged family member, I will do so…. When the outcome benefits someone’s life. Guess that is part of my “out-of-the-box” attitude about life. 

Bring in your personalized jigsaw puzzle and we will begin the process.

Dexter the Lab

Dexter, our Golden Retriever therapy dog, is a vital part of our family. He continuallydemonstrates his innate ability to read human emotions, and his sweet loving disposition offers everyone compassion, unconditional love, and acceptance.

Dexter has proven many times the positive impact animals have on humans, and he has become part of many families. Whether allowing a child to hug and kiss on him, rolling over on his back for his stomach to be scratched, or inviting himself up on the couch to join someone who is upset, Dexter makes many tough moments feel so much better.

Woody the Tortious

Woody, a 39-pound Sulcata Tortoise, has been part of our family since 2015. Offering many kids and adults firsthand experience with such a unique animal, Woody gained his uniqueness and quirkiness from his adoptive dad, Jon Schambacher, a “Keller kid”.

Jon lived his life “out-of-the-box” and embraced his individuality. His passion for animals exuded in his life, and his eclectic talents were exhibited in his art as well as his personality. Jon’s kindness, love, geniality, loyalty, quirkiness, and humor touched many people throughout his life. His unexpected death due to sepsis on June 22, 2016 left many people grieving the loss of such an incredible individual. 

Woody offers us an extension from Jon’s “out-of-the-box” approach to life.

Our Baby Chicks!

Meet our three little chicks. Quickly growing into therapy chickens. How can chickens provide therapy? Stop by and we’ll show you!

Charlie the Bunny

Meet Charlie, our mini rex bunny. he is 9 weeks and in training for pet therapy. Charlie will specialize in leash walking, cuddling, etc. 

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