Join me monthly for a journey of healing with music as therapy.
Hi there. I’m Jean Dixon and I am here to help you.
People seek my help for many reasons. For example, they may want to work through a crisis and desire healing from the emotional pain that accompanies a crisis. They may also be wanting to learn how to better understand and manage difficult emotions or are having difficulty with significant relationships. They may be wanting to strengthen their self-acceptance and gain greater confidence and satisfaction in their life. Many times, people express to me that they are feeling inadequate and want help increasing their resiliency in challenging life circumstances and transitions. In essence, I am here to help you become a better you. I want to help you develop a richer more meaningful and purposeful life not compromised by internal conflict, pain and confusion.
Training Experience: In addition to the formal education I received as a Master’s of Science Degree in Counseling Psychology, I have continued to receive additional training and education within the fields of Eating Disorders (I am in the process of completing the certification to become Eating Disorder Specialist), Group Therapy, Psychodynamic Psychotherapy and Spirituality. I am a Certified Group Psychotherapist, and have completed extensive training at The Center for Psychoanalytic Studies in Houston, TX and trained in EMDR as well as with Highly Sensitive People. and enjoy working with interns as a Licensed Professional Counselor Supervisor.
Membership Experience: I am a member of The Houston Center for Psychoanalytic Studies, The Houston Eating Disorder Specialists, Houston Group Psychotherapist Society, American Group Psychotherapist Association, and International Association of Eating Disorder Professionals. I have three times (2012-2015) served as Institute Chairperson for The Houston Group Psychotherapy Society, Treasurer (2015-2017) and currently serve as HGPS’s 1st Vice President. I served as Chairwoman of The Houston Eating Disorder Specialists Conference in 2015. Finally, I enjoy sharing my Recovery story and have shared my blog with Recovery Warriors and Project Heal Houston as well as speak about my recovery and eating disorders at local schools and colleges. Last, I established The Woodlands Mental Health Professional Networking Group. This group’s purpose is to offer a casual, intimate venue for networking, support, and sharing of ideas related to our work.
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“Reflections while driving in The Golden Sparrow” As the norm, I am driving in the Golden Sparrow and the song on my playlist begins to play “Healing Begins” by Tenth Avenue North. I like all kinds of music, especially singer songwriters. As I listen, I...read more
For A New Beginning In out-of-the-way places of the heart, Where your thoughts never think to wander, This beginning has been quietly forming, Waiting until you were ready to emerge. For a long time it has watched your desire, Feeling the emptiness growing...read more
The wisdom of emptiness may seem strange or even alarming to you to read especially if you struggle with an eating disorder or an addiction because it is emptiness that we feel and want to avoid that compels us to use these behaviors in the first place. This is not new information within the recovery world, and I want to be careful to avoid triggering the eating disorder or addiction voice by saying these words but there is wisdom in emptiness.