Joanna Mejia, LPC
As a previous preschool teacher of 15 years and a mother of two, I am passionate about working with children through play as well as helping families better improve connection and promote healthier dynamics and relationships.
Adolescents is a difficult time. It is a time of self discovery and learning how to navigate relationships. I have experience working with teens struggling with self harm, confidence and friendships. I am passionate about providing a safe place for teens to explore who they are and how to feel confident in their own skin.
I believe a strong and healthy family dynamic is crucial to supporting children and teens. I enjoy working with parents on creating unity in parenting, identifying parenting roles and how to more effectively communicate within the family.
I am also trained in the “children in the middle’ co-parenting curriculum and enjoy working with parents whose goal is to improve the co-parenting relationship. I understand the grief and barriers associated with co-parenting and I work with both parents on how to create consistency and structure to best support the child.
Licensed Professional Counselor (TX #73455)
Joanna Mejia, LPC
Joanna Mejia, MA, LPC (TX# 73455) is a Licensed Professional Counselor in the state of Texas. She earned her Master’s degree in Professional Counseling from Dallas Baptist University and her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology at the University of North Texas. She is currently working on her Registered Play Therapist Certification.
In addition to working in private practice at Spero, Joanna is a clinical therapist at an Intensive Outpatient Program for children and teens, where she has gained experience in working with struggles of self harm, mood regulation, social skills, and self esteem. She is passionate about working with children ages 5 and up and teenagers.