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We Are Inspired.

Kimberley Montgomery, MA, LPC-S

Kimberley Montgomery is a licensed professional counselor and supervisor.  She is the founder and owner of Therapy Inspired.  She has experience helping children, teens, and families find peace in all areas of their lives.  She is committed to helping anyone that is brave enough to ask for help.  She has a passion for helping provide healing for children and families who have experienced trauma.  As a trauma specialist, Kimberley provides therapy for children, teens, and adults who have experienced physical abuse, sexual abuse, or witnessed violent crimes.  She has been practicing a practicing therapist for more 10 years.  She is trained in Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT), EMDR, DBT and Mindfulness, Parent Child Interactive Therapy, and Functional Family Therapy.  Her personal mission is to provide hope, healing, and inspiration to all. 


Dr. Curtis Hill, MS LPC NCC


Dr. Curtis Hill has over twenty-five years of experience in higher education, and he has leveraged that experience to serve clients as a Licensed Professional Counselor. His tenure in higher education included serving as a Vice President, Director of Counseling, and Counselor.  Also, his background includes teaching counseling courses through the graduate programs at Prairie View A&M University and Southern Arkansas University.


Dr. Hill’s counseling and life coaching experience extends beyond higher education as he has facilitated groups for “non-offending” fathers with Dallas County Child Protective Services; Bill Glass Prison Ministries where he worked with offenders on death row in Texas; and provided leadership in the Free at Last support groups in the Counseling Ministry at Oak Cliff Bible Fellowship Church—Anger Management, Boundaries, Pre-Marital Counseling, Relationship Strongholds (Co-Dependency), and Satisfied Singles.


He is a lifelong learning that continues to develop his relational skills evidenced by becoming a Safe Conversations Master Trainer under the tutelage of Imago Therapist Drs. Harville Hendrix and Helen LaKelly Hunt.  He earned a Doctor of Education degree in Educational Administration from Baylor University, and his Master of Science degree from Texas A&M University – Commerce where he majored in Guidance & Counseling with an emphasis in Student Affairs Practice in Higher Education.

Megan Boyd, LPC-A

Megan has 14 years of experience working with children and adolescents as a school counselor. She earned her Masters of Counseling in 2009 and is currently on the journey of obtaining her full LPC license. She has a true passion for helping others feel comfortable in their own skin and creating a safe space in which they are able to truly dive in and explore areas that are causing stress or difficulty.  She is ready to meet all clients where they are at to walk beside them every step of the way to help develop goals, coping strategies and ability to achieve happier, more fulfilling lives. Operating from a combination of person centered and CPT therapy, she is eager to work with youth, adolescents, adults and couples. In her free time she can be found attending one of her daughter’s many sporting events or reading a good book!

Ashlea Watson, LPC-A

Ashlea has 15 years of experience in education as a classroom teacher and school counselor.  She earned a M.S. in Counseling Degree in 2009 from Texas A&M University-Commerce and is currently pursuing her full LPC licensure. Her goal is to assist children and adults with recognizing their social and emotional needs and how to express and process them in healthy ways to foster their growth and development. Her goal is to assist those in recognizing their skills and abilities and with processing thoughts, feelings or behaviors that may be difficult, challenging or affecting their quality of life. She believes children, students and adults that are aware of and able to identify their needs will be more successful in the classroom and in the community.  


Ashlea has assisted students with recognizing and processing emotions related to peer/teacher conflicts, family deaths, divorce, self-harm and other family and school issues.  She has used a variety of techniques such as individual and group guidance, drawing, conversations, games, activities, books, peer meditations and specific information if needed to help social and emotional growth and development. She also has organized community outreach activities that included coat drives, Thanksgiving meal assistance, blanket and glove donations, toy drives and backpack programs to help families with food insecurities.  All of these projects would not be possible however without the help of generous donations by many families, staff and the community.  She focuses on a whole person-centered approach and solution focused therapy.  In her free time, Ashlea likes to spend time with her husband, two children and two dogs! She is an avid dog lover.

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Kelvin Davis

Kelvin is a counseling internship student at Texas A&M University-Commerce who will be under the supervision of Kimberley Montgomery. 

Kelvin was a part of the counseling organization called Counseling for Social Justice (CSJ). The CSJ works as an advocacy organization that teaches its participants how to properly advocate for marginalized communities and help bring awareness to the daily struggles these communities face. Kelvin used this knowledge to help advocate for people of color, women, people who struggle with disabilities, and people with low SES, to name a few.

Kelvins enjoys working with couples, families, and individuals in this profession. He wants to work to help de-stigmatize and close the gap between the black and brown  communities and the mental health profession using a combination of person-centered counseling and reality choice theory. 

Davetta Garrett

Davetta was born and raised in Dallas, Texas. Her motto is; there are no bad people in the world, only people who make good and bad decisions and everything is “figureoutable”.  Healing others through talk therapy has been her passion since she was a young child. She has often been called a beacon for those who need someone who listens without judgment. While working as a pharmacy tech for over 13 years, her inspiration for taking the path to become an LPC is credited to her family. Davetta carries a strong belief that all the good one puts into the world; one will get back. 

Davetta has just over 2 years of experience working as a Mental Health Case Manager, providing psychosocial rehabilitation services to individuals with chronic mental disorders and individuals with dual diagnoses. Her areas of interest are general mental health, gerontological, domestic violence, and gender dysphoria in young adults. Her goal is to learn how to utilize PCT and CBT to help others have more positive experiences in their lives. 


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