Chief Executive Officer USMC Veteran
Chief Operating Officer USMC Veteran
Sr. Director of Merchandising USMC Veteran
General Counsel Gold Star Spouse
Director of Outcomes & Evaluation Army Veteran
Director of Research Sister of Veteran
Dr. Marianne DuMond is an LPC-S and earned a BA in Art from Texas Wesleyan University. She earned a MS in Counseling Psychology also at Wesleyan and an EdD in Counseling Psychology from Argosy University. Doc has over 15 years experience working with Veterans, First Responders, Front Line Health Workers, and their families with PTSD, self-medication issues, communication problems, and anger issues. She has written SAFR Counseling & Education an Remembered Wellness for groups work associated with Tarrant County Veterans Treatment Court and Public Safety Employees Treatment Court programs. Having experienced Traumatic Brain Injury and PTSD paired with self-medication problems she easily relates to what her clients may be experiencing. Doc is EMDR trained, works with Solution Focused Brief Therapy and Mindfulness to help her clients on their journey.
Development Director & WATCH Program Manager Former Police Officer
Wind Therapy Program Manager Daughter of Veteran
Client Support Manager Brother of Veteran
Community Outreach / Volunteer Coordinator Spouse of Veteran
Community Outreach / Volunteer Coordinator
Fort Worth Office Administrator Spouse of Veteran
Office Administrator (Fort Worth)
Client Support Case Manager Daughter of Police Officer
Clinical Director, Daughter of Veteran/First Responder
Kristin Ross is the Clinical Director and a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist. She has her Ph.D. in Medical Family Therapy from Saint Louis University and a masters of science in Family Therapy from Texas Woman's University. She completed her doctoral internship in Medical Family Therapy at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center in the Family and Community Medicine department. There she worked with attending and resident physicians providing brief integrated care and dyadic teaching about integrated care. She currently adjuncts for a masters marriage and family program where she has taught in Sexual Therapy and Medical Family Therapy Theories. Kristin specializes in working with families, couples, and individuals who are experiencing an acute or chronic illness. She is the daughter and daughter in law of military veterans and is passionate about serving veterans, first responders, health care workers, and their families.
M.A., LPC, NCC
Stay the Course Program Manager Army Veteran
Justin Stafford is a Licensed Professional Counselor and a combat veteran that served as an Infantryman in the US Army. He felt called to serve in the mental health field while working in the oilfield and seeing his fellow veterans struggle with their homecoming. Justin graduated at the top of his police academy class prior to starting his academic career. He earned his BA in Psychology from Southern Methodist University and his MA in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor. Justin believes the therapeutic relationship is the most important piece in working collaboratively with his clients and achieving their goals. He specializes in assisting adults process and recover from trauma. He utilizes multiple modalities including EMDR, Hypnosis, and Sensorimotor Psychotherapy.
LMFT ASSOCIATE Under the supervision of Stephen Willis, LMFT-S
Son of Police Officer
Keegan Alley is a License Marriage and Family Therapist Associate under the supervision of Stephen Willis. Keegan has a BS in psychology from Oklahoma Christian University and a Masters in Marriage and Family Therapy from Abilene Christian University. Keegan has a history of living with veterans and first responders, which contributes to his first-hand knowledge of how these families operate and the challenges that come with them. Keegan is an EMDR trained therapist as well as a certified Prepare and Enrich premarital counselor. Keegan enjoys working with couples/families as well as individuals.
LMSW Under the supervision of Jessica Glenn, LCSW-S
Daughter of Veteran
Taija Horne is the daughter of a Vietnam Combat Veteran and former caregiver for the Department of Veterans Affairs. She received a Master of Social Work from University of Texas at Arlington in 2020 and has a Bachelors in Psychology. Taija's therapy style is an eclectic approach which combines cognitive neuroscience processes informed through the perspective of attachment theory. Her goal is to help clients understand the physiological impact of trauma, so that they may have better relationships with themselves and others. She is EMDR trained and works with adults.
Licensed Master Social Worker under the clinical supervision of Ashley Stafford, LCSW-S
USAF Veteran and Sister of Veteran/Police Officer
Lindsay Juarez is a Licensed Master Social Worker under the clinical supervision of Ashley Stafford, LCSW-S. Lindsay served in the United States Air Force for five years as an Aerospace Medical Services Technician and maintained EMT licensure throughout her enlistment. After separating from the Air Force, Lindsay attended Texas Christian University, where she obtained a Bachelor of Science in child development with a minor in psychology. She then went on to earn a Master of Social Work from the joint graduate program at Texas Woman’s University and the University of North Texas. Lindsay prides herself on approaching all clients with warmth, empathy, and a trauma-informed perspective with a non-judgmental attitude. In addition to being a veteran herself, Lindsay is the sister of a veteran and police officer, so she understands first-hand the fear and anxiety that go along with loving someone who wears a uniform and responds to dangerous situations.
MED, NCC, LPC
Forge Program Manager USMC Veteran
Blake Mallory (McGee) is a National Certified Counselor (NCC) and a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC). Blake has earned a Bachelor of Science in AG Leadership and Development from Texas A&M University and a Master of Education in Counselor Education in Clinical Mental Health from Texas Tech University. Blake is also currently a Doctoral Candidate in the Ph. D. Counselor Education and Supervision Program at Texas Tech University. In addition, Blake also has years of experience serving as an active duty United States Marine and working for the Texas Department of Public Safety. Blake is competently trained in Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT) as well as EMDR with a heavy focus on trauma. Having sustained a Traumatic Brain Injury, as well as, having real life experiences as a Veteran and First Responder, Blake is dedicated to serving Veterans, First Responders, and their families develop skills, techniques and strategies to help increase their overall quality of life. Blake is looking forward to working with anyone who is ready to take that next step to improve their mental health. One Tribe, One Fight! We are far greater in numbers and we are all in this together!
Amanda Poe, LMFT-Associate and LPC- Associate under the supervision of Russ Bartee, Ph.D., LPC-S, LMFT-S.
Veteran and Spouse of a Veteran
Amanda is dual-licensed as both a Marriage and Family Therapist Associate and a Licensed Professional Counselor Associate and is under the supervision of Russ Bartee, Ph.D., LPC-S, LMFT-S. Amanda is EMDRIA trained in Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR). Amanda is a veteran and served seven years in the Texas Army National Guard. She earned her BA in Psychology from American Military University. Amanda later attended Texas Wesleyan University and received a Master of Science in Marriage and Family Therapy. Amanda is passionate about serving Veterans, First Responders, and their families walking alongside them to help develop skills, techniques, and strategies to help increase their overall quality of life. Amanda tends to look through a systemic lens when working with clients, whether individuals, couples, or families. Educating families and clients on areas regarding their various needs is something Amanda is passionate about as she feels it is key in helping them develop and understand utilizing and applying different tools. Amanda prides herself on approaching all clients with warmth, empathy, and a non-judgmental attitude. In addition to being a veteran herself, Amanda is the wife of a combat veteran. Amanda understands first-hand the fear, anxiety and varying range of emotions that come with loving someone who wears a uniform or responds to dangerous situations and how that impacts not only the individual but their relationships as well.
Hannah Weeks LPC-Associate, LCDC-Intern, NCC, under the supervision of JC Shakespeare, LPC-S
I am a LPC-Associate supervised by JC Shakespeare, LPC-S. I am also a Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselor-Intern (LCDC-I) and a Nationally Certified Counselor (NCC). I was a firefighter for my community for six years and am passionate about addressing the stigma within the first responder community related to seeking mental health treatment. I work from an existential lens and utilize EMDR, DBT, expressive arts, and mindfulness with my clients as a means to find identity, meaning, and purpose. I am able to use my experience as a first responder to relate with my clients about the trauma, vicarious trauma, and stressors that are a part of the job. I guide my clients through the relational difficulties that emerge in life such as with a significant other or family member by providing foundational skills for communication and empathy. Healing the family system is one important part of establishing a solid support system while processing through trauma history. I walk with my clients through the many demands of life while encouraging deep, creative work.
Ashley Wolffarth, LPC Associate, Under the Supervision of Tempa Sherrill, LPC-S
Daughter of Veterans
Ashley is a Licensed Professional Counselor Associate, under the supervision of Tempa Sherrill, LPC-S. Ashley is the daughter of Veterans, both of her parents served in the US Navy and her father is a recently retired police sergeant from southern California. Ashley received a BS in Integrative Studies, with focus on Psychology, Counseling and Gender Studies from the University of North Texas. She then went on to receive her Master’s in Counseling from the University of North Texas. Her lived experience of being raised in an active military family and law enforcement gave her the first-hand knowledge of the impact that service of all kinds can have on a family and the individual. Ashley believes that that all people have within themselves an innate instinct towards growth. She assists clients in exploring the strength within themselves, learning and implementing self-calming skills and increasing their own self-worth. She is passionate about working with veterans, first responders and their families. Ashley is also a 200-Hour Registered Yoga Teacher and enjoys incorporating a “bottom-up” approach to trauma healing.
Board of Directors
DAN LOMBARDO, JR.
Chairman Vice President, Titan Electric Air Force Veteran
Secretary President and CEO, SRS Distribution
Board Member Former Caliber Collision CMO and Principal of Wolf Consulting