Counseling your Mind, Body, and Spirit.

Christie Jones.

About Me

Christie Jones is a counselor who has been practicing in the Fort Worth area for many years. She has a Master’s Degree in Counseling from Dallas Baptist University. She also has a degree in Theology from Southwestern Seminary in Fort Worth. Christie is a Domestic Violence Specialist and an adult A.D.D. coach. Christie has been a counselor with the Mansfield Public Schools, working with both children and adolescents.


How Can I Help You

Individual Counseling

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Relationship Counseling

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Adullt A.D.D. Counseling

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Grief Counseling

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Anxiety and Work Stress Counseling

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Trauma Counseling

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Anger Management Counseling

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Family Counseling in Ft Worth, TX

Family Counseling in Ft Worth, TX

Living as a family unit can be likened to being on a journey with your loved ones. There are bumps on the road which come in the form of growing up, stress, tension, separation, abuses, trauma, economic adjustments, illness, bereavement, divorce etc. Sometimes this bumps can be managed among the members of the family; sometimes, they develop into a major obstacle that has the capacity to threaten the well-being and even the existence of the family as a unit.

This is where we come in. As a family counselor in Fort Worth, Texas, we come in when the bump becomes an obstacle and begins to thaw into a situation of crisis proportion. Communication is key, the lack of which is the cause for the escalation of many situations at home. The first thing we do in our family counseling is to evaluate whether the situation warrants counseling or not and whether it requires other services in addition to counseling.

The basic tool in our counseling is providing your family a supportive and conducive environment away from your home which might carry the added baggage of being the breaking point.

Christie Jones has qualifications and years of experiences in counseling, social work, and psychology and conflict resolution. These qualifications and experiences have equipped her sufficiently to handle your family situation and help you overcome it, manage it or come to terms with it.

We are flexible and can adjust our services to meet the need of a range of families, taking into cognizance the age, the education, the experience, the strengths, the weaknesses, and the worldview of the individuals, and the culture, belief, and peculiarities of the family. Usually, we have sessions for the family as a whole, but we reserve the option of meeting individually with family members or in pairs as the occasion presents itself. We can also carry out a stand-alone session with your child or spouse. Some families require a few sessions, others require more than a few sessions. We are trained to discern which one most benefit your family and we work with that.

At Christie Jones Counseling, we do not judge you nor take sides. Our goal is simple: to have you talk and guide your conversation to the direction that reveals—sometimes bottled up—feelings, experiences, decisions, options, mistakes, and perspectives with the ultimate goal being the pursuit of a happier, more peaceful, and safer family.


I am a Licensed Professional Counselor with years of helping individuals, couples, and families form healthier relationships and find healing and freedom in Christ. I believe that through a greater awareness of our past and its effects, taking personal responsibility for choices, and forming a closer relationship with God, we can experience the life God intends for us. I offer encouragement, tools, and insight so you can grow in your relationships and in your true self.


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2501 Parkview Dr. Ste 305
Fort Worth, TX 76102

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