Counseling for Women in Spring, Texas

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Why Counseling for Women?

As women and therapists, we understand the unique issues that women face across adulthood. We have experienced many similar challenges, be it infertility, divorce, motherhood, special needs children, careers, illness, aging, or relationship struggles.

As women, we are under enormous pressure to be everything to everyone, all while maintaining a fulfilling career, bikini perfect bodies, and meaningful relationships. This pressure comes from the outside world, and from our own internal judgement. These expectations are not only unrealistic, they are also unhealthy. We all go through hard times and experience stress that can be too much to bear alone.

We’d like to walk with you on your journey, as fellow women. We want to hear your story and help you design the next chapter the way you want it. We want to be a part of your healing and your transformation.

How Can Counseling at Connections Help?

As women,  professionals,  mothers, wives,  daughters, friends, and sisters we have personal experience with the struggles that women face on a daily basis. We enjoy guiding women in a journey of self-exploration: of their needs, emotions, and identity.

Through conversation, we can explore how your past may be affecting you in the present. We can work together to recognize your negative thoughts and change them to a more positive outlook.

As we develop a relationship we make every effort to see the whole you and challenge negative views you have of yourself. We openly ask for and accept all of your emotional experiences. It is our desire to offer women a safe space to freely be themselves.

During counseling, we support women in putting limits on their giving and taking more time for themselves. Creative outlets such as drawing, writing, journaling, or even cooking can be powerful methods of healing. Spending time in nature, doing pleasurable activities, or engaging in regular exercise are also frequent recommendations. We will support you in taking care of yourself as well as others.

Our goals are to help you develop resilience, self-awareness, and healthy coping mechanisms. We utilize evidence-based therapeutic techniques to help  find balance in your emotional well-being.

Areas of Focus

Our counseling services for women cover a wide range of areas, including but not limited to:

  • Stress Management
  • Anxiety and Depression
  • Career Changes
  • Healthy Boundaries
  • Self-Esteem and Confidence Building
  • Relationship Issues
  • Work-Life Balance
  • Parenting Challenges
  • Empty Nest Syndrome
  • Body Image and Self-acceptance
  • Grief and Loss
  • Coping with Illness and Aging

Pregnancy and Postpartum

Being pregnant can be one of the most exciting and joyful times in your life, but sometimes that is not the case. There are many emotions in the motherhood journey that may leave you feeling overwhelmed and anxious. Experiencing an array of emotions during pregnancy and the postpartum period is natural.

Perhaps you have struggled with infertility, and are now terrified of losing a baby, again. Or, maybe your pregnancy is a surprise and you feel worried about becoming a mother.

Occasionally, you may also experience postpartum depression or postpartum anxiety, which can last anywhere from a few days to months. It’s important to seek help when you’re not feeling right  during this period of your life. We are here to help you cope with any emotions or uncertainties that may be worrying you. This is one of the biggest adjustments in your life and it’s important to take care of yourself too. We provide counseling for women in all stages of motherhood.


Raising children is rewarding, but it is also tough and requires a lot of time and energy from you as a mom. Having changes to your body, or more responsibilities than ever can be stressful. If you have been feeling anxious or depressed with the struggles, we can help.

Counseling for women is a great way to work through common stressors in your family dynamic and to remind you that you are doing the best you can. Counseling can also help you to prioritize your life and feel more in control of the day to day chaos in your household.

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Anxiety Counseling for Women

Marriage and Relationships

Do you feel that you and your partner are never really on the same page? Maybe you feel that you’re not being heard by your partner?

You are not alone. Many couples struggle with communication and conflict. Couples counseling is a great way to address these issues head on and we are able support you, help both individuals understand each other and work towards a renewed connection in your relationship.

Couples seek us out when dealing with a wide range of issues including fighting, loneliness or isolation, affairs, coping with stress, sexual problems or lack of intimacy, communication problems, or a lack of trust. Our goal is to uncover the deep-rooted causes behind your relationship struggles so we can help you communicate more effectively and enjoy a more relaxed home environment.

We also support women seeking to discover negative patterns in choosing romantic partners, or in staying in a difficult relationship. We can explore what attracts you to certain individuals, and help change unhealthy patterns. We love empowering women to seek the love they deserve.

If you find yourself frustrated by conflict in your family relationships or friendships, we can help. Together we will identify ways to connect or set boundaries where needed.

Therapists Who Offer Counseling for Women

  • A blonde woman named Lauren Pasqua, dressed in a green dress, is seen leaning against a stone wall.

    Lauren Pasqua, PsyD

  • Meredith Wiese, a woman in a blue shirt, is leaning against a bush.

    Meredith Wiese, Ph.D, LSSP

  • Katie Rial, a smiling woman in a blue shirt, standing in a wooded area.

    Katie Rial, PhD

  • Tameka Franklin, a black woman, smiling in a blue floral dress.

    Tameka Franklin, LPC

  • A woman in a blue sweater smiles for the camera as part of the clinical team.

    Elisa Squier, LMFT

  • A man in a blue shirt smiling in a park with staff and clinical team.

    Jerome Javellana, LPC-Associate

  • A young woman in a green v-neck top posing for a photo as part of the staff and clinical team.

    Shauna Miller, LPC-Associate

Therapy for Women

Schedule a call and see if we are the right fit for you.

We also offer a variety of support groups to support women during major life changes, such as pregnancy and motherhood.

We all struggle at one point or another in our lives and finding the right person to connect with to listen and assist you is important. If you find yourself feeling alone and overwhelmed, please reach out.

We’d love to offer you a safe space to talk, and we promise to listen.