David is a Licensed Professional Counselor with over 10 years experience as a mental health practitioner. His counseling specialties include men’s issues, couples counseling, and aging. David began his career as a research coordinator and memory therapist at Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center’s (TTUHSC) Department of Neuropsychiatry, focusing on assessments and cognitive interventions for senior adults and families dealing with life transitions, anxiety and depression, and memory difficulties.
He later served as an Associate Clinical Psychologist at the Clements Unit state prison PAMIO (Program for the Aggressive Mentally Ill Offender) conducting individual and group therapies for anger, aggression management, and men’s issues. Prior to private practice, David worked as a therapist and Director of Utilization Management for MHMR of Tarrant County.
David graduated with a degree in Psychology from Texas A&M University in College Station, where he competed as a decathlete for the Track and Field team. He received a MA in Professional Counseling with an emphasis on family systems and couples therapy from West Texas A&M University.
David lives in Plano with his wife Christine and enjoys spending time outdoors, either trail running, cycling, or perfecting his grilling skills.