Meet Our Team

Meet Dr. Brittany Wilson
Owner
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Specialties
  • Play Therapy

  • Diagnostic Assessment/Evaluation

  • Aggression

  • Trauma

  • ADD/ADHD Concerns

  • Development

  • Parenting

  • Academic Concerns

  • Attachment disorders/disruptions

  • Anxiety/Depression

Dr. Brittany Wilson earned her doctoral degree in counseling with a specialization in play therapy from the University of North Texas. Dr. Wilson’s research and clinical expertise focus is on children exhibiting aggressive and disruptive behaviors. Dr. Wilson has provided play therapy services to children demonstrating behavioral concerns in a number of clinical settings including elementary schools, hospitals, and outpatient clinics. Dr. Wilson enjoys collaborating and partnering with parents, teachers, and other advocates in a child’s life in efforts of providing the most holistic care possible. In addition to play therapy services, Dr. Wilson provides evidence-based individual, group, and family based interventions tailored to acutely depressed and anxious adolescents and adults. Dr. Wilson also teaches graduate level counseling courses part time at the University of North Texas. Outside of the Talking Place, Dr. Wilson enjoys spending time with her husband, two children, and puppy, Max. It is true that life’s sweetest gift is the gift of family, Dr. Wilson looks forward to helping yours! 

 

Education

Doctorate of Philosophy in Counseling, University of North Texas, 2016

Focus: Play Therapy, Diagnostic Testing/Evaluation

 

Master of Arts in Professional Counseling from West Virginia University, 2012

Focus: Community Counseling

 

Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, Texas A&M University, 2010

Major: Psychology; Minor: Neuroscience

 

Licenses and Certifications

Licensed Professional Counselor (Texas), #70051

Registered Play Therapist, ##T3255

Certified Child-Centered Play Therapist Supervisor

Certified Child-Parent Relationship Therapist Supervisor

Email: Dr.Wilson@thetalkingplacetx.com

Meet Dr. Liz Ener
Owner
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Specialties
  • Play Therapy

  • Diagnostic Assessment/Evaluation

  • ADD/ADHD Concerns

  • Development

  • Parenting

  • School Concerns

  • Attachment

  • Anxiety/Depression

  • Grief/Death/Loss

  • Trauma

Dr. Elizabeth (Liz) Ener holds a Doctorate of Philosophy in Counseling, with a specialty in play therapy and diagnostic testing/evaluation, from the world’s top-ranked play therapy program, University of North Texas (UNT). She has worked with children and parents across a number of settings including elementary schools and preschool programs, university clinics, and hospital and nonprofit agency settings. Previously, Dr. Ener served as a Clinical Therapist in the Rees-Jones Center for Foster Care Excellence at Children’s Hospital Plano and as the Assistant Director for Assessment Services at UNT’s Child and Family Resource Clinic. Dr. Ener also teaches part-time in the Counseling program at Southern Methodist University. When not helping children and families at The Talking Place, Dr. Ener enjoys spending time with friends and family and loves baking, tea, and movies. She also has a sweet Labrador puppy named Gunner.   

 
Education

Doctorate of Philosophy in Counseling, University of North Texas, 2015

Focus: Play Therapy, Diagnostic Testing/Evaluation, Grief/Loss

 

Master of Arts in Professional Counseling from Texas State University, 2010

Focus: Play Therapy

 

Bachelor of Science in Family and Consumer Sciences, Baylor University, 2008

Major: Child and Family Studies

 

Licenses and Certifications

Licensed Professional Counselor-Supervisor (Texas), #67915

Registered Play Therapist-Supervisor, #T-2544

Certified Child-Centered Play Therapist Supervisor

Certified Child-Parent Relationship Therapist Supervisor

Email: Dr.Ener@thetalkingplacetx.com

Meet Kylee Keller
Counseling Intern
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Specialties
  • Play Therapy

  • School Concerns

  • Disruptive Behaviors

  • Anxiety/Depression

  • Grief/Death/Loss

  • Trauma

Kylee Keller is working towards the completion of her Masters of Science in Counseling, with a specialty in play therapy, from Southern Methodist University. She provides services to children and adolescents experiencing a range of struggles, including disruptive behaviors and anxiety. Kylee is passionate about working with children and families to reduce stress and improve relationships, and she enjoys using play therapy and parenting support to help parents and children understand each other better. Kylee believes in the transformational power of play therapy, and she is passionate about displaying unconditional acceptance, patience, and consistency to help clients feel empowered and secure through their therapeutic process. 

 
Education

Master of Science in Counseling from Southern Methodist University, anticipated December 2022

Focus: Play Therapy

 

Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, The University of Oklahoma, 2020