Direct Line: (214) 307-2533
Under the supervision of Antoinette Martinez, LPC Supervisor
Tara Martin, M.S. is a Licensed Professional Counselor Associate*. Tara is in network with Cigna, Optum, UMR, and United Healthcare. Tara can bill out of network for Aetna and BCBS.
Tara earned her Master of Arts degree in Professional Counseling from Texas Wesleyan University in 2019. Tara has worked professionally in the field of education with Fort Worth ISD, Arlington ISD, and Uplift Education.
By working with children ages infancy to pre-teens for over a decade, Tara cultivated a deep passion for working with this age group and focused her energy on enhancing the emotional and mental well being of children in their academic progress. Tara is an outstanding advocate for children who are struggling in school and can help coordinate treatment by communicating with teachers, school counselors, and providing support for school accommodations when necessary.
Tara considers it a privilege to journey with children, adolescents and families and help them grow through difficult times and develop deeper connections in their relationships. She believes that change is promoted in a non-judgmental, relational, and hopeful environment where everyone in the family is known, understood, and loved.
Tara works with children and their families addressing emotional distress, grief/loss, transitions and divorce, anxiety, depression, ADHD as well as other challenges. She is especially passionate about helping those that have been affected by a traumatic experience.
Tara is trained in play therapy, parenting support, CBT therapy, and trauma counseling.
Tara has traveled to London for school, Prague for pleasure, and both trips she learned a great deal. She loves watching cleaning/organizing youtube videos and thrifting is her absolute favorite activity.
Toddlers, Pre-school, and Early Elementary
Expressive Arts therapy
Trauma therapy, anxiety, and PTSD
Young Adults and Millennials
*A Licensed Professional Counselor Associate is a person who has completed their Master's Degree and is licensed in the State of Texas to provide assessment, diagnosis, and treatment. The "intern" status designates that the license holder is within the first 3,000 hours of their clinical work experience and meets weekly with a Licensed Supervisor for clinical guidance and direction.