Family Counseling

Family dynamics can often be challenging.  Our counselors work with traditional families, blended families, and non-traditional families.  Family counseling provides an opportunity for everyone to openly talk about their thoughts and feelings in a safe environment. Family issues often include addressing:

  •  Parent-Child Conflicts
  • Family Communication Problems
  • Defiant, Angry, or Isolated Teens
  • Grief and Issues of Loss
  • Substance Related Issues Affecting the Family
  • Transitions After Divorce, Separation, or Marriage
  • Anxiety
  • Family of Origin Issues
  • Anger Management
  • Self-Esteem
  • Grief & Loss
  • Life/Work Balance
  • Assertiveness
  • Boundaries
  • Decision Making
  • Life Transitions
  • Loneliness
  • LGBTQ Issues

  • Depression
  • Stress Management
  • Communication
  • Substance Abuse & Dependence
  • Trauma & Abuse
  • Shame
  • PTSD
  • Conflict Resolution
  • Job Stress & Burnout
  • Codependency
  • Emotional Intimacy
  • Military Transition

Individual Counseling
Individual counseling provides an opportunity for you to openly talk about your thoughts and feelings in a safe environment.  Together, with your counselor, you can discuss your issues or concerns.  Issue that our counselors have helped other in the past with include:

Individual Counseling
We provide individual counseling covering a variety of issues and ages. 


Couples Counseling
We offer counseling to couples who are in committed relationships.


Court Services

We provide approved services for those that need to fulfill requirements with the court.

LPC-Intern Supervision

​We provide supervision for new counselors in the field.

What We Offer

Pecan Branch Counseling was founded in 2010 by Cyndi Doyle and Brandy Pounds with the philosophy of providing counseling in a private, comfortable, and supportive atmosphere.  All services receive a highly personalized approach tailored to your needs to help attain the personal growth for which you are striving.

About Our Counseling Services

  • Ongoing Disagreements
  • Parenting Conflicts
  • Trauma
  • Addiction
  • Blending Families
  • Emotional Affairs
  • Transitional Issues
  • Sexual Conflict
  • Communication
  • Resentment
  • Emotional Disconnection
  • Loneliness
  • Infidelity
  • Lack of Intimacy
  • Trust Issues
  • Sexual Intimacy

Couples Counseling / Relationship Counseling

Couples counseling can be conducted with any couple in a committed relationship and desiring to remain in and improve their relationship.  Whether you are simply wanting to improve your relationship or needing to address years of strife, couples counseling can be effective in increasing intimacy and connection.  Using the Gottman approach to relationships, ensures that couples benefit from learning how to work on issues in the future as well as resolving the current issues plaguing the relationship.  Issues that many couples address in counseling include:

Pre-Marital Counseling

Pre-Marital counseling is offered to assist couples find and address issues prior to marriage as well as learn helpful skills to manage conflict.  Pre-Marital counseling is curriculum based and customized to each couple.

Court Related Services

We provide services that may be required or suggested by a judge or lawyer as a part of a legal interaction.  These services include:

  • Drug and Alcohol Assessments
  • Psychological Assessments
  • Individual Counseling
  • Anger Management
  • Theft Diversion
  • Supportive Outpatient Program

LPC-Intern Supervision

Choosing an LPC supervisor is an important decision. You trust your supervisor to help you become fully licensed, as well as teaching you all the ins and outs of practice management, counseling theories, techniques and interventions, and more. It is important to interview several potential supervisors to make sure that you find someone whose style is compatible with yours.
The supervisory relationship is an equal partnership of education, mentoring, and mix of the personal and professional self. The goal is to help you develop your own path and personality as a therapist.

Supervision includes:

  • Weekly individual and/or group supervision sessions
  • In between session support through phone, email or video chat
  • Ability for video chat supervision sessions if the need arises
  • Feedback and guidance on counseling techniques, interventions, ethical issues, and more
  • Review of case notes and documentation as needed
  • Practical and real-world advice on how to start and maintain a private practice
  • Referral of clients when possible and appropriate

If you think you may be a good fit with either Cyndi or Brandy for supervision, feel free to email or call the office for more information.