Allison H. Hartzoge



I am a Licensed Professional Counselor Supervisor licensed by the Texas State Board of Examiners of Professional Counselors.  I have a Masters of Arts degree in Clinical Psychology from The University of Texas of the Permian Basin and received a Bachelor of Science degree in Chemical Engineering from Texas Tech University in Lubbock, Texas.  In addition, I am a Neurotherapist, Board Certified by the Biofeedback Certification International Alliance in Neurofeedback, by the International Quantitative EEG Certification Board as a QEEG Licensed Diplomate and serve as IQCB Board Chairperson, as well as earning several additional advanced neurotherapy, couples therapy and trauma certifications, including EMDR.  I own a small private practice, Archway Support, Ltd. in Midland, Texas, established in 2008.

In 2016, Archway Support opened a second office within a local non-profit Resource Center providing a variety of therapy services to children with cognitive disabilities and their families, funded by The Henry Foundation and The Kidd Foundation. In 2018, Archway Outreach was established as a stand-alone nonprofit organization at a new location to expand the counseling and neurotherapy services in our community, where I serve as the Executive Director.  This center employs three licensed, board certified therapists offering the same state-of-the-art collection of systems and services offered at Archway Support.  As the owner of these practices, it is an honor to grow the availability of counseling and neurotherapy in our area by training highly qualified professionals and offering funding for clients needing financial assistance for session fees.  Funding to date has been provided by The Henry Foundation, FMH Foundation, Beal Foundation, Greathouse Foundation and Morrow Family Foundation and many individual contributors and I am grateful for their ongoing support of our services and this community’s mental health.  

These achievements, educational credentials in psychology, the neurotherapy training and community, my personal life experience and over 20 years of corporate and management experience have equipped me to proudly counsel and provide neurotherapy solutions to families, couples, adults, teens and children. 

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Philosophy of Counseling

I approach counseling from client-centered, cognitive-behavioral and existential point of view with neurotherapy as my chief modality.  To me, the emphasis of therapy is on your freedom and responsibility; to think, reflect and to choose.  I believe that clients have the capacity to solve their own problems and make their own decisions.  Together we will work to consider, choose and adjust treatment outcomes throughout the therapy process in order for you to receive the most benefit from your investment in treatment. 

I invite you to explore and expand yourself with me and discover ways to make choices that allow meaning and purpose in your life.


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