Allan Vreeland - PhD, Licensed Clinical Psychologist
Dr. Allan Vreeland began his career as a clinical psychologist on the faculty of the Division of Psychology at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas, Texas. Post-graduate interests included eight years training in Jungian Analysis.
In the last 18 years, Dr. Vreeland has studied extensively with Tibetan masters of the ancient Tibetan Bon tradition in the United States and in Tibet. Dr. Vreeland has taught and lectured nationally on the topic of psychotherapy and meditation. Dr. Vreeland has maintained a private practice in Dallas since 1985.
~ Dr. Vreelands office is often described as a refuge, where growth and development can take place to answer the stressful challenges of the current world. He has extensive experience consulting with a broad variety of clients on issues from severe mental illness to high-performance coaching. His specialty is to bring the powerful meditation techniques of the ancient Tibetan tradition together with solid evidence-based techniques of therapy.
For questions or appointments, call Dr. Vreeland at (972)381-7544.
Anne Ellis, PhD, LMFT, Licensed Psychologist, Marriage and Family Therapist
Dr. Ellis is a licensed psychologist and marriage and family therapist who specializes in helping individuals and families manage the stress associated with major life transitions including divorce and family restructuring, career and school changes, and the loss of a significant relationship. She also works with children and adults who have suffered various forms of trauma to help them move forward and live healthy, balanced lives. She uses an integrative approach to working with her clients and a wide range of therapeutic modalities including cognitive behavioral therapy, mindfulness-based cognitive therapy, positive psychology, humanistic psychology, Buddhist psychology, systemic family therapy, and various meditation techniques.
Dr. Ellis brings a broad experience base to her practice. She started her career in business as a CPA working for one of the largest public accounting firms in the world and then as Corporate Vice President of Investor Relations at a publicly traded international software company. After completing her PhD in Psychology, she worked at a consulting firm performing assessments, consulting, and coaching with corporate executives before completing a post-doctoral internship at UT Southwestern Medical Center in Consult-Liaison Psychiatry and Parkland Trauma Psychosocial. She has been in private practice for about 20 years.
She has worked with a wide range of clients including families in high conflict custody cases, LGBTQ teenagers and adults, corporate CEOs, abused children removed from their homes, and individuals of all ages trying to make positive changes in their lives. Her goal is for each of her clients to find their own sense of balance, peace, and purpose in order to pursue their fullest potential in this world.
For more information, please call Dr. Ellis at 469-616-4455 or visit her website at www.annevellis.com
Julie Euseppi, LCSW, RYT, Licensned Clinical Social Worker, Registered Yoga Teacher
Julie Euseppi has practiced for over 15 years as a licensed therapist. Her work as a therapist provided expertise in treating -depression, anxiety, panic, trauma, overeating, pain and other somatic disorders. She has also found success working with clients experiencing, coping with agitation, addictions, codependency, relationship and interpersonal issues, building self-esteem and self-worth, coping with crisis and grief issues. Julie enjoys helping clients navigate transitions in life such as, marriage, divorce, and career transitions. Many of her clients are working through a past history of abuse.
Julie has a strong belief in the body mind connection; she has also find success working with individuals experiencing pain and fatigue. Julie integrates concrete tools such as somatic psychotherapy, mindfulness, and yoga therapy in her therapy practice.
Julie's psychotherapy and yoga therapy practice integrates techniques of bioenergetics such as grounding, breath-work, meditation, visualization, and body movements from yoga and somatics to release tension or holding in the body. It is from this place of release that automatic thinking and repetitive responses are re-framed. It is a dynamic process and one which requires active participation and feedback in each session and is guided by the client. The work provides clients with an expanded vocabulary for self-awareness to creating effective action and intimacy in their lives. The practice is meant to inspire clients to look beyond “fixing” and immediate solutions, to creating a new foundation from which they can cultivate deeper meaning and direction throughout their lives.