Dixie is from Houston, TX but has called many places home. She received her Bachelor’s degree in Communication from Texas A&M and completed her Master of Arts in Counseling at Denver Seminary.
Dixie has significant experience working with adolescents, young adult women and families through various residential treatment facilities, including the Eating Recovery Center and The Right Step. Through these experiences, Dixie gained a passion for mental health awareness and helping individuals and families to gain the support and tools they need to manage mental health symptoms. She has experience working with crisis management, collaborative family therapy, anxiety, trauma, eating disorders, addiction, emotion regulation, and underlying mental health issues.
For Dixie, genuine relationships in her life have fostered support, accountability and change. Through mentorship and counseling relationships she has found environments of grace that have allowed her to address and work through her own struggles. Dixie’s desire is to foster the same growth in others and encourage others towards healthy community and outward-focused living.
Dixie likes to write, listen to public radio, hang out with friends and family, and ask deep questions over a cup of coffee. She loves to be active with her husband, Michael and their dog Hank.