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McKinney Counseling Services provides a variety of counseling, assessment and educational services to residents of McKinney, TX and other Collin County cities, including Allen, Fairview, Plano, Frisco, Anna, and Melissa.

McKinney Counseling Services provides a variety of counseling, assessment and educational services to residents of McKinney, TX and other Collin County cities, including Allen, Fairview, Plano, Frisco, Anna, and Melissa.

The McKinney Counseling Services team consists of Licensed Professional Counselor Supervisors and Licensed Professional Counselor Interns. Although they work with clients dealing with multiple challenges, their combined areas of specialty include:

  • Loss/grief issues – whether related to death, divorce or other life challenges.
  • General life transition challenges – retirement, job loss, career change, health changes, relocation adjustment, etc.
  • Blended family challenges
  • Premarital preparation
  • Parenting enrichment
  • Adolescents – school issues, personal development, college and career challenges
  • Anger & Stress Management
  • Trauma & Abuse

Mark E. Hundley and his wife Vanessa Moore-Hundley created McKinney Counseling Services to equip individuals and groups with the practical tools necessary to embrace the challenges of life and empower them to create meaning in the process.

What is Counseling?

“Counseling is a professional relationship that empowers diverse individuals, families, and groups to accomplish mental health, wellness, education, and career goals.” Definition adopted by the ACA (American Counseling Association)

Loss/Grief Counseling

Loss/grief counseling – whether related to death, divorce or other life challenges.

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Child Counseling

Child counseling can help with school issues, personal development, college and career challenges.

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General Life Transitions

General life transition challenges – retirement, job loss, career change, health changes, relocation adjustment, etc.

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Day Two Hundred Twenty-Nine of 365 – The Lakota Code of Ethics: The Right To Personal Expression

By markehundley

I’ve said this before but writing commentary on The Lakota Code of Ethics is very often a real challenge! Today’s attempt verifies this fact. The atmosphere in our country finds us struggling with the notion of freedom of speech and expression. The freedom of speech and expression is one of the foundational tenets of our…

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Day Two Hundred Twenty-Eight of 365 – The Lakota Code of Ethics: Respect All Things!

By markehundley

I am finding that writing commentary on each one of the 20 parts of the Lakota Code of Ethics is more difficult that I first imagined. More often than not, some part of the Code challenges my thoughts, beliefs, feelings and actions. As I read the relatively simple statements, I discover a rich complexity positioned…

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Day Two Hundred Twenty-Seven of 365 – The Lakota Code of Ethics: Not Yours!

By markehundley

Don’t! Never! Ever! Please! To what do I refer? Why, taking things that are not yours to take! That’s what! Now on the surface you might say something like,  “Wait a minute, Mark! I would never steal anything . . . ever! I promise! I would never steal anything from anyone for any reason! What…

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Day Two Hundred Twenty-Six of 365 – The Lakota Code of Ethics: With Respect and Honor!

By markehundley

How often have you found yourself the guest of another in their home? I don’t now about you but I find the experience a bit unnerving. I feel uneasy, as if I am intruding in the established routines of their daily lives. As often as I find myself the recipient of genuine hospitality, I still…

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Day Two Hundred Twenty-Five of 365 – The Lakota Code of Ethics: Search for Yourself!

By markehundley

Day Two Hundred Twenty-Five of my 365 day personal writing journey finds me analyzing number thee of the Lakota Code of Ethics. Twenty powerful nuggets of wisdom that pack a real punch! Twenty powerful nuggets of wisdom that point the way to more purposeful living. Twenty powerful nuggets of wisdom that if implemented, can turn…

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Day Two Hundred Twenty-Four of 365 – The Lakota Code of Ethics: Treatment of Lost Souls

By markehundley

Many Native American nations have a peculiar approach to dealing with those who have lost their way in life. The Lakota are no different. In the second of 20 posts based on the Lakota Code of Ethics, we have the chance to explore this peculiarity. So often when people in our society demonstrate aberrant behavior…

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Day Two Hundred Twenty-Three of 365 – Lakota Code of Ethics: Rise Early . . .

By markehundley

On this 365 day personal writing journey, creating posts in a series has worked well for me. When writing from the foundation of a series, finding topics appears a bit easier. Today marks the beginning of another series that I hope you will enjoy. The Lakota are are humble and wise people with a rich…

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Day Two Hundred Twenty-Two of 365 – This One Thing . . .

By markehundley

Today’s post is published in the aftermath of the tragedy in Charlottesville, VA on this date… August 12, 2017. As part of my 365 day personal writing challenge, I have written about many things that Bug Me, Inspire Me and Stop Me; however, there is ONE Thing that completely leaves me without words. Loss and…

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Day Two Hundred Twenty-One of 365 – Things That Make Me Stop: Life Stuff . . .

By markehundley

Let’s face it, life is busy! It matters not what one does for a job or a career, life is busy! Regardless of your age or life stage, life is busy! Regardless of your education or income level, life is busy! Regardless of where you live, life is busy! About the only way we can…

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Day Two Hundred Twenty of 365 – Things That Make Me Think: When Words Fail

By markehundley

The world is full of words! Words, words, words! Words are used for everything! We use words in advertising, books, emails, texts (well, mostly), televisions, movies, magazines and posters. We use words in speeches, conversations, commercials, songs and poetry. We use words to spread news, share information, broadcast alerts and create plays. We use words…

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Mark E Hundley M.Ed.,LPC-S
469-305-2877

Vanessa Moore Hundley M.Ed.,LPC-S
469-305-2877

Fran Hollingsworth, M.A., Licensed Professional Counselor Intern,
Vanessa Moore-Hundley, LPC Supervisor
972-656-9930

Maureen Barbaro, M.S., LPC-Intern
Mark E. Hundley, M.Ed., LPC-Supervisor