Anna Stubbs, MS, LMFT-Associate

Supervised by

Veronica Kuhn, PhD LMFT

AAMFT Supervisor


Anna believes that counseling is effective in the context of a safe and secure therapeutic relationship and believes this is the foundation for therapeutic healing and progress. Reaching out for help requires moving towards vulnerability and can be intimidating. Clients will be encouraged and reassured as they work towards building authenticity and genuine connection in each session. They can expect to remain autonomous in their decision-making while being challenged in a safe and grace-filled environment.

Healing occurs in relationship both inside and outside the therapy process. A client’s relationships, regardless of their dynamics, play an important role in their healing journey and process. Anna strives to see clients within the context of their relational system and holds the belief that a person both struggles and heals within relationships. The goal therapeutic process is to embody and model a healthy relationship in the professional setting for clients to move towards healing.

Anna’s therapeutic focus and specialties include marriage and family, healthy communication, parenting, and the impact of sexual trauma on the individual and their relationships. She is passionate about helping couples and families find healing and change by developing an understanding of each other’s needs.

Anna was born in Tennessee, but spent the majority of her life in the greater Dallas area where she now lives with her husband.


M.S. Counseling from Texas Woman’s University

B.S. in Family Studies from Abilene Christian University


EMDR Trained



American Association of Christian Counselors – Member

American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy – Member

Texas Association for Marriage and Family Therapy - Member


Healthy Parent-Child Communication

Healthy Communication within Marriage

Secure Attachment in Marriages

Child Development and Trauma

Trauma’s Impact on Families

Attachment Wounds and Relationships