Sydney Adams is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker working primarily with those in their late teens through geriatrics in individual, marital or family therapy. She partners with her clients to address their issues and accomplish their goals. She specializes in treatment of mental illness, phase of life issues, grief and loss, reconciliation, divorce, adjustment to medical or mental health diagnosis, occupational issues, spiritual issues, trauma, abuse and women’s issues. She received her Master of Social Work degree, with a concentration in Mental Health, from the University of Houston Graduate School of Social Work where she was on the Dean’s List, a member of Psi Chi, a scholarship recipient and the President of the National Association of Christians in Social Work. She initially began working in Kingwood in 2003 at HealthPartners under Erica Burden, PhD. She launched her own private practice in 2006 off 1960 and Red Oak. She has been back in Kingwood in private practice since 2009. With the desire to better meet the needs of the community, she expanded into group practice, launching Kingwood Counseling Center in 2018 where she serves as Clinical Director.
Adia is a dedicated and passionate public servant with several years of clinical social work and mental health experience. She earned her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte and her Master’s degree in Social Work at the University of Chicago. Her experience ranges from working with children and adolescents in the academic/school and child welfare settings in the Chicagoland area. In both settings, Adia has developed an expertise in trauma informed therapy and behavioral modification interventions. She also worked with the geriatric population providing in-home care management and therapy services to Humana’s chronically ill members. Adia’s personal interests in health and wellness has evolved from her teaching Yoga in fitness and social service sectors. She provides a strengths based and holistic approach while working with her clients and families. Adia truly enjoys helping individuals, families and communities improve and achieve their goals through advocacy and promoting self-development.
Erika Rebstock is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) in the State of Texas. She has a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology and earned her Masters degree in Counseling Education from Louisiana State University in 1999. She began working in the mental health field in 2000. Ms. Rebstock provides therapy services for adolescents, adults, couples, and families experiencing a variety of emotional and mental health issues. She has also provided career counseling for college-age young adults and enjoys working with that population. Ms. Rebstock’s philosophy is that everyone encounters life’s challenges and occasionally needs assistance in dealing with them. She views her job as a therapist as evaluating, assessing and providing the client with the emotional tools needed in order to navigate life. She enjoys making sure the client knows how to appropriately use these tools to create a successful, happy, and fulfilling life.
Tia Alexander is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC) and Certified School Counselor (CSC) in the State of Texas. She earned her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology at the University of Houston-Main and Master’s degree in Counseling at the University of Houston-Clear Lake. She also continues to be a life-long learner to ensure her preparedness with assisting all needs. She has been providing counseling services since 2012, by working primarily with adolescents and young adults. She listens without judgement and promotes empathy with all situations. She truly values the work that she does in helping to support better health and wellness.
“Life is like a camera: Focus on what is important, capture the good times, and develop from the negatives.” Unknown
Rachel is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker holding a master’s degree in social work with an emphasis in clinical practice. Rachel has a passion for guiding individuals and families in overcoming emotional and situational challenges. Her experience includes providing therapy for children, adolescents, and adults in a variety of settings as they navigate specific mental health diagnoses, trauma, addiction issues, grief and loss, body image issues, and interpersonal and family conflict. Rachel implements a variety of strategies and techniques based on the needs and communication styles of each individual and family. She assists families in developing a stable, respectful, and supportive dynamic. Rachel emphasizes her clients’ use of their inherent strengths to cultivate the insight and skills necessary to overcome barriers and accomplish goals. She believes therapy is a journey that, with time and dedication, can enable clients to reach their full potential and achieve the kind of fulfillment they seek.