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about Dr. Heisser


If you are going through a life transition, it's normal to experience many emotions. Talking with a professional can help you process what you're going through, navigate difficult emotions and situations, and assist you in problem-solving. My job is to help you come to your own conclusions and find the best answers to benefit you. 

I have been a practicing therapist in Lubbock since 2005, and I received my degrees from Texas Tech University. I have a broad range of experience working in a variety of settings, including a juvenile justice center, an inpatient addiction treatment and recovery center, and a university counseling center. I have received training in the Gottman method, which is particularly beneficial for couples, as well as certifications in the treatment of trauma and anxiety.

I have almost 20 years of experience with the LGBTQ+ population, mood disorders, trauma, infidelity, addiction recovery, family conflict, grief, infertility, life transitions, mindfulness, and spirituality issues. I utilize a systemic therapy approach in which all aspects of the client's life are considered and useful in therapy. I work with individuals and couples age 18 and over, and I am licensed in both Texas and New Mexico. I am happy to offer teletherapy services as well as in-person sessions. 

Married for over 30 years with two daughters, I have personal experience with the challenges and joys of marriage and parenting, as well as personal experience as a client in therapy. In addition to private practice, I teach undergraduate and graduate courses at Texas Tech University in the College of Human Sciences.



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