Christy Billings, MS, LPC
Christy founded Love and Grace Counseling in an effort to continue her passion for serving individuals and couples in a professional and personal setting. Christy’s counseling career began in 1988. She holds a bachelor’s degree in Psychology and a Master’s Degree in Counseling. Her experience has been focused strongly in the areas of marriage, parenting and women’s issues. With a key emphasis on addressing the challenges of depression, anxiety, relationship conflict, co-dependency, spiritual growth and grief. Christy desires to guide client’s through a process of growth and insight in all areas of their lives; emotional, spiritual, mental, physical and in their relationships.
Christy is an approved network counselor for Focus on the Family and New Life Ministries. She also facilitates intensive weekend growth workshops for New Life Ministries. Her professional experiences include college teaching as an adjunct professor at Dallas Baptist University, clinical management and professional speaking and writing. Her background has allowed her an opportunity to serve clients in a variety of settings including inpatient and outpatient clinics within both secular and faith-based organizations.
On a personal note, Christy has an extensive history volunteering in her church, community and local school board. She and her husband, Brian, have been married 30+ years and have 3 children. When she is not spending time with her family, Christy enjoys playing tennis, bicycling, reading and traveling.
Deborah Muse, M.A., LPC
Deborah Muse, M.A., LPC has her Master of Arts degree in Clinical Psychology with an emphasis in marriage, family and child counseling. Deborah is compassionately dedicated to helping individuals navigate through life and the various struggles they face along the way.
With a solution-focused approach, Deborah supports and guides individuals along the path to finding solutions to their problems and living a happy, healthy life.
Deborah has experience working with individuals, couples, families and adolescents. This experience has involved working with depression, anxiety, stress management, conflict resolution, anger management, chemical dependency, eating disorders, sexual abuse and post-traumatic stress disorder.
Deborah has been married to her husband, Mark for 30 years and they have 3 children. She enjoys spending time with her family and friends and volunteering at her church.
Jessica Gallant, M.A., LPC
Jessica Gallant, M.A., LPC, desires to act as a professional mentor and guide you through life’s challenges. Her biblical perspective will allow you to better explore mental, emotional, spiritual, and physical aspects of life. Furthermore, she believes that no one should struggle alone and commends anyone with the courage to reach out for help. She would love to join you wherever you are on life’s journey as you search to find peace, hope, and healing.
She is interested in serving people of all ages who need to work through grief, stress, anger, coping skills, divorce care, anxiety, and depression. She also invites those who are having relationship and family dynamic issues to join her. Jessica is a graduate of Midwestern State University with a master’s degree in Counseling.
On a personal note, Jessica is involved in her church life group and choir. She also enjoys history, literature, music, and theater, as well as sci-fi and fantasy genres of movies/TV shows/books.