Dee Hunt is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC). Dee specializes in counseling young children ages 4 & up, adolescents, parents, and individual adults. Dee enjoys utilizing play and activity therapy when working with children.
Dee worked as a counselor in the public schools for over 25 years, addressing issues of depression, anxiety, risky behaviors, emotional and learning disabilities, parental conflict, and peer relationships. Coming from the education sector, she also has extensive experience in special education and Section 504 issues, and other school-related issues. She has a special interest in trauma, grief, and loss.
Dee utilizes person-centered and cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), along with other evidence-based treatments while working with children, adolescents, and adult clients facing a wide range of emotional, behavioral, and adjustment issues. Her goal is to help people develop life skills in a caring and respectful atmosphere. Dee also offers faith-based counseling for clients upon request, with the belief that faith and spirituality can play an important role in healing for those struggling with mental health issues.
Dee grew up in the Hurst-Euless-Bedford area and now lives in Fort Worth with her husband, two sons, and two dogs. In her free time, she is a group monitor at a local grief center, teaches preschoolers in Sunday School, and loves to get lost in a good book.
Bachelor of Science-Elementary Education- University of North Texas
Master’s in Education-Counseling- University of North Texas
National Organization for Victim Assistance: Crisis Response Program
Parenting with Love and Logic
Trauma and Loss in Children