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Avery Wasson


Supervised By
Dr. Jane Toler, LPC-S
  • Licensed Professional Counselor-Associate
Practice Locations
  • Central Office
  • Oak Cliff Pediatrics
Life Stages
  • Children, 5-12 years
  • Adolescents, 13-17 years
  • College, Young Adults
  • Adults
  • Seniors, 65+ years
Areas of Focus
  • Depression, anxiety, suicidal thoughts
  • Guilt and shame
  • Identity and self-image
  • LGBTQ+
  • Life changes/transitions
  • Women's issues, young women
  • Master of Science in Counseling, Southern Methodist University
  • Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, Texas Tech University


Life often presents us with significant challenges, and it is a privilege to be by your side as you navigate your journey towards healing and personal growth. My primary goal is to establish a safe and nurturing space where you can explore your inner strengths and embrace your true self. Together, we will work to confront negative thought patterns and discover practical therapeutic tools that are tailored to your unique needs. Our journey is a collaborative one, and my hope is to walk with you as you embark on a path of personal growth, self-discovery, and healing, helping you become the most authentic and resilient version of yourself.

Avery is a dedicated and experienced professional who is passionate about helping individuals and groups navigate life's challenges. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Texas Tech University and a Master of Science in Counseling from Southern Methodist University. Her strong academic foundation has equipped her with the knowledge and skills necessary to provide effective support to adolescents, families, groups, and adults.

Beyond her professional life, Avery values a balanced and active lifestyle. You can often find her on the tennis court, participating in invigorating cycling classes, or embarking on exciting travel adventures in her free time. Avery also cherishes quality moments with her family and friends, making time for meaningful connections and shared experiences.

Additional areas of focus:
Child and play therapy
Children with disruptive and oppositional behavior
Depression, anxiety, suicidal thoughts
Domestic violence recovery
Eating disorders/body image
Faith and spirituality
Grief and loss
Guilt and shame
Identity and self-image
Infertility, miscarriage
Life changes/transitions
School-related issues
Screen/internet addiction
Sexual abuse, childhood sexual abuse
Social skills
Stress management
Women's issues, young women