I strongly recommend Deborah Holt as a therapist. She has many excellent therapeutic skills based on a deep understanding of human development and the family as a system. Her broad background provides a basis for understanding and working with people from all walks of life. I would strongly recommend her to my family members when needing counseling.

Deborah Holt is one of the brightest students I had in many years of teaching family therapists. She has keen insight for helping clients with a wide array of problems. Deborah has clinical skills far beyond her age and experience. She does well with clients of all ages and backgrounds. Deborah has strong understanding of people from all walks of life and will facilitate their improvement whatever the presenting issue from divorce/remarriage, life adjustment issues, couple relationships, parenting issues to depression and anxiety management (anger issues). She is one of the best available in North Texas.
— Dr. Glen Jennings, Professor Emeritus of Family Therapy Texas Woman’s University
Deborah is a dedicated therapist who has done extensive research on high-conflict couples and blended family issues. Using a present-focused approach, you will experience a shift in your situation through her use of emotionally focused therapy techniques, with close attention to your needs and pacing in counseling. She is relatable and enthusiastic about her work, with an innovative and collaborative mind, and a heart that’s always ready to help clients.
— Tran Nguyen, MS, LMFT
Deborah Holt has the intuitive and experiential toolkits required for helping clients find what they need for improving their valued relationships. When she was an undergraduate psychology major, Deborah collaborated with me on research predicting eating disorders, reflecting her early interests in “people-helping.” Since then, Deborah has developed impressive therapy skills that complement her natural capacities for promoting healing, understanding, and authenticity.
— Harvey Ginsburg, Ph.D. & Distinguished Professor Emeritus, Department of Psychology, Texas State University
Caring, kind, and professional, Deborah Holt is a family therapist who makes a difference in so many lives.
— Dr. Linda Brock, Professor, PhD, LMFT-Supervisor, LPC
Deborah has a unique ability to empower others through compassion and constructive honesty. She is an extremely supportive therapist and holds herself accountable by staying informed on current research and constantly pursuing professional development. Any client who seeks Deborah’s assistance will benefit from a relatable person who will challenge you, while also creating a safe space for growth and positive change.
— Anne Streett, MS, LMFT
Deborah is a wonderful therapist, cognizant of meeting clients where they are and providing a safe environment for them to express their feelings. Deborah provides unconditional positive regard and always advocates for her clients and their success. Challenging her clients to do better and obtain their goals is one of her specialties.
— Sharaya Erickson, MS, LMFT
I have had the pleasure to work with Deborah Holt and see her evolve into a compassionate, competent, and effective family therapist. Deborah carries a wealth of knowledge and education that has allowed her to use a multitude of therapeutic approaches that is tailored to the specific needs of individuals and families. Deborah is dedicated to helping her clients improve their quality of life and overcome life difficulties.
— Amie Poore, BSN, RN
Deborah Holt is incredibly reliable, dedicated, and has remarkable drive and work ethic. Her compassion and empathy for others are her greatest attributes. I am confident that she will bring warmth and support in the therapeutic space and your work together.
— Sienna Bourgeois, B.S., R.T.(T)
I always have a smile on my face when I see Deborah. Her motivation and drive to expand access and mental health services to her community is inspiring. She is my go-to referral for blended family issues and high conflict couples. I highly recommend Deb as a committed and caring therapist.
— Beth Boatman, MS, LMFT