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Priscilla Francis, LCSW-S, LCDC

Therapist, Reiki Healer, Coach, Supervisor, Consultant

Priscilla Francis is a healing EMDR trained therapist, who uses her knowledge and wisdom to provide therapy services that are catered to your individual needs. 

She was born and raised in Queens, New York, received a bachelor's degree in Criminal Justice from Florida A&M University and later receiving a Master's degree in Social Work from University of Houston. 

Priscilla's background as a social worker has guided her to work with children and families in foster care, in a medical clinic offering therapy services to Houstonian living with infectious diseases, and seniors receiving dialysis. 

 

She has experience with clients with different backgrounds, and her niche is to work with all minorities, especially women. Priscilla loves showing up in the therapy space as her authentic self so that her clients feel comfortable enough to show up as their authentic selves.

Priscilla's therapeutic approaches include incorporating; EMDR, Gottman Method, Cognitive Behavioral, person-centered and Reiki.

Gem Counseling & Consulting Services was established in 2018 to offer a space for you receive help becoming your best authentic self. Gem Healing Group, was founded later to assist more Texans to Grow. Empower. and Motivate yourself. 

Josephine Angulo, LCSW, LCDC

Therapist

Josephine Angulo, LCSW, LCDC is a bilingual Clinical Social Worker and Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselor who provides a wide range of approaches to psychotherapy, keeping an eclectic mindset. She enjoys helping individuals achieve their full potential and gain insight and awareness into themselves.

Josephine earned a master’s degree in Social Work from UT – Arlington with a concentration in mental health and substance abuse and a bachelor’s degree in Psychology from University of Houston- Downtown. She has had the opportunity to gain experience with a variety of different populations in diverse settings including women’s shelters, neuropsychiatric centers, and geriatrics.

Because Josephine understands that what works for one, does not work for all, she likes to design the therapeutic process around the client and their needs, focusing on the specific modalities that best fit each individual client.

 

Some of the therapeutic approaches that Josephine uses include: CBT, psychodynamic therapy, person-centered therapy, trauma-focused, and mindfulness practices. 

 

When asked what inspired her to become a therapist, Josephine explained, “I became a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, because helping people has always been in my nature. I see the potential in every individual to find their voice and push through the pain of what they have experienced and could still be experiencing. I love to advocate for others, and I've always felt that healing is a natural and necessary part of life. Being able to assist and empower during that healing process is very rewarding and I am always excited to witness a client’s journey.”

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