Licensed Counselors You Can Trust.

Whether you're looking for resources, seeking support, or simply want to learn more about mental well-being you're in the right place!


Dr. Whitney Mathison, PhD, LPC, NCC
Clinical Director
Dr. Whitney Mathison, PhD, LPC, NCC. is a Licensed Professional Counselor who has served in the mental health field for over 21 years. Prior to her position at Harmony CDC, she has served as the Director of Counseling in university settings,  Clinical Supervisor at a community mental health clinic, adjunct professor, and has provided trauma informed therapy to individuals ages 3 to 80 years in a variety of settings.  Her work spans from supervising, educating, training, mentoring, and providing consultation to counselors, marriage and family therapists, and other multidisciplinary service providers.  She obtained her doctorate in Family Therapy from St. Louis University.  Her earned her master’s degree in Counseling is from the University of Missouri-St. Louis.  She has a passion for providing trauma informed care to individuals in the community. She is trained in somatic EMDR and Brainspotting. She supervises and works from the conceptualization of clients and supervisees from the biopsychosocial, systemic, and somatic lenses.  She is excited about the future at Harmony CDC.

Aletha Cobbs, LCSW-S
Assistant Clinical Director
Aletha is a Bilingual (English and Spanish) Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Board-Approved Supervisor with 14 years of experience providing clinical, case management, and crisis intervention services to youth and families. A certified AutPlay Therapy provider, Aletha has experience working with individuals with autism, depression, anxiety, PTSD, marital issues, ADHD, spiritual concerns, and life transition struggles. Aletha especially enjoys working with couples, parents, children, and women. Aletha received both her Bachelor of Social Work and Master of Science in Social Work from The University of Texas at Arlington.

Kenia Rios, LPC
Assistant Clinical Director

Kenia completed her undergraduate degree in Psychology and Child Learning and Development at the University of Texas at Dallas. She went on to receive her Master of Science in Counseling and Development from Texas Woman’s University.

Since then, Kenia has grown to work with an array of clients including those who struggle with trauma, self-esteem, depression, and anxiety, and those transitioning into adulthood. She has experience working in non-profit organizations, private practice, and in correctional health. Kenia believes in hosting a safe and non-judgmental space where anyone can feel free to achieve their therapeutic goals.

Marco Hernandez, LPC
Clinical Counselor
Marco Hernandez holds a bachelor’s degree in psychology from the University of Texas at San Antonio and his Master’s in Guidance and Counseling from Texas A&M University-San Antonio. He has provided services related to trauma, depression, anxiety, psychosis, relationships, family integration, acculturation, assessments, forensic rehabilitation, case management, and inpatient treatment. He believes that psychological flexibility can be achieved once basic needs are met. As such, meeting every client wherever they are in their journey is paramount. He hopes that clients can connect with a licensed therapist who matches their needs and can help them navigate life's challenges. He enjoys spending downtime with his family and traveling to the beach.



Sarah Massey, LPC-Associate
Clinical Counselor

Sarah Massey is a Licensed Professional Counselor - Associate under the supervision of LaNora Ferguson, LPC-S. She obtained her Master of Science in Counseling and Development from Texas Woman’s University. She has worked in both private practice and community clinic settings.  Sarah has experience working with clients ranging from ages 5 to 75 with various presenting issues of depression, grief, anxiety, eating disorders (purging), suicidal ideation, financial difficulties, health management, relationship management, medication management, PTSD, complex grief, and religious trauma. She uses trauma-focused care, incorporating mindfulness-based techniques into her work. Sarah provides her clients with coping skills to help them feel prepared to handle the world when not in the therapy room. She also uses psychoeducation to inform you of the ways that thoughts and feelings are interconnected, restructuring faulty thought patterns, and finding ways to control negative thoughts. She will also help you to identify distressful feelings within the body, emphasizing the mind-body connection to identify triggers and trained to conduct play therapy incorporating art into client sessions.


Micah Bolden, LMSW
Clinical Counselor
Micah Bolden is a licensed social worker and psychotherapist with Harmony CDC. He completed his undergraduate degree in psychology at Wheaton College and his Master of Social Work at the University of Texas at Arlington.  Micah is licensed by the Texas Behavioral Health Executive Council as a Licensed Master Social Worker.  

Micah has a diverse background of experience in non-profit settings, homeless shelters, substance abuse rehabilitation, and intensive treatment settings. He specializes in working with clients who experience depression, anxiety, racial identity development concerns, and men’s issues. He uses a trauma-informed, client-centered, and non-judgmental approach to help clients navigate life’s difficult challenges. Micah is passionate about working with teens and families to help increase open communication in the home. In his free time, he enjoys traveling, exercising, and music.


Brittany Washington, LMSW
Clinical Counselor
Brittany Washington is a mental health therapist with a Master of Clinical Social Work degree from Baylor University. Her clinical approach is relational, trauma-informed, solution-oriented, and relaxation-based. She values hearing her clients' diverse perspectives and tailors her care plans to their unique personalities, goals, and life experiences.

Specializing in psychotherapy for Black women, Brittany integrates black psychology, multicultural feminist therapy, narrative processes, and cognitive behavioral theory for an effective treatment that honors her clients' cultural backgrounds. Additionally, she offers faith-based mental health counseling to individuals who view their faith as integral to their healing journey.

Brittany is grateful to be a part of the Harmony CDC Counseling Center, where she provides mental health counseling, community outreach, and education. She deeply values the compassionate care of all people and is committed to making a meaningful difference in her community.