Welcome to Resilient Pathways Therapy

Resilient Pathways Therapy, couples,  family counseling, women therapy, depression, anxiety

We didn't choose our circumstances, but we can choose our reactions.-Lisa Salazar

Thank you for stopping by to read more about my private practice and learn more about who I am. 

I am the owner and primary clinical therapist at Resilient Pathways Therapy, PLLC. 


  • UHCL-Bachelor of Science, Behavioral Science-Psychology (1995)
  • UHCL-Masters of Art, Marriage & Family Therapy (2003)
    • 150 Chemical Dependency Counselor Hours
    • Research Assistant
    • Outstanding Graduate Student Award
    • Psi Chi Honor Society
    • Who's Who in American Colleges & Universities
    • President-Family Therapy Student Association 

Clinical Experience: 

  • UHCL Practicum
  • Internship, UTMB-Galveston: Family Medicine (2002-2003)
  • Memorial Hermann Hospital, Neuroscience & Stroke Units 
  • Ben Taub Emergency Center, South Side Clinic
  • Rayburn High School 
  • BACODA-Community Coalition Coordinator, High School Prevention Specialist
  • Sand Dollar Emergency Youth Shelter


  • Texas License for Marriage and Family Therapists (LMFT)
  • Texas License for Professional Counselors (LPC)


  • American Association for Marriage and Family Therapists
  • Texas Association for Marriage and Family Therapists
  • Houston Association for Marriage and Family Therapists
  • American Counselors Association
  • Texas Counselors Association 

Volunteer Services: 

  • Co-facilitate Breast Cancer Survivor's Group-Clear Lake Regional Hospital
  • Red Cross Mental Health Volunteer
  • Spanish translator

Personal Bio:

I have been married to my best friend for 25 years.  I am a mom of 2 college age sons and 1 daughter, who is in elementary school.  I enjoy volunteering at my daughter's school and helping in her school library.  Our family has 3 chihuahuas, who seem to think they are little people.  My hobbies include reading, antique shopping, and watching Hallmark movies. 

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