People assume from my credentials that I do a certain type of work.
I can, and do, often treat depression and anxiety and addiction and a host of other mental health issues, but it’s not my main gig.
So what do I do?I help people achieve more success in their lives.
Oh, wow, that sounds arrogant. But when you meet me, you’ll find that’s not the case at all. I am soft- spoken, introverted, a great listener, and genuinely interested in you and your success. When we talk, I’m not diagnosing, I’m looking for strengths, talents, and opportunities. Often I will see treasures in you that you don’t see in yourself. Most of the time we are unaware of our own brilliance.
I look for opportunities that are hidden or suppressed. Then connect dots that are often shrouded or masked by life, choices, or circumstances.
You have the answer to last the question, so call and let’s get going. 817-600-7611.
Tina Johnston, Psychotherapist and Master Potentialist, LPC, NCC, GCDF, EVGP
Tina Johnston is the Director of NewStarts, where she is a licensed psychotherapist trained in all aspects of mental health conditions and disorders. She is also the President and co-founder of the Wellness Association of Flower Mound. As a visionary entrepreneur and innovative outside-the-box thinker, she uses dynamic progressive techniques, including experiential learning, adventure therapy, ReVisioning, positive psychology, hypnotherapy, and therapeutic life coaching. While her specialty is Career Development and Advancement, she has taken this to a whole new level in searching for ways to help individuals be successful in their personal lives as well as in their careers and professional lives.
Tina is also the founder of the Master Potentialist® movement – an initiative to change the way we view and treat mental health issues. This is a new effort to find ways to treat mental health issues with more of a wellness approach that provides faster and more comprehensive results. Master Potentialists are mental health practitioners who are challenging current methods, many of which were set by insurance companies years ago and have not changed for decades.
She works primarily with business leaders in helping them uncover new opportunities for themselves and their companies to reach maximum potential. She strives for win-win scenarios and seeks to collaborate and liaise with peers and other professionals.