Kristy Donaldson, M.Ed., LPC, RPT, CHST

Licensed Professional Counselor/Registered Play Therapist/Certified Humanistic Sand Therapist

A.B.D for a Ph.D in Forensic Psychology

Kristy has leased space from Hope Therapy for three years, offering licensed professional counseling services for children ages 3 years old through adults. She received her Bachelor’s from Baylor University in 2001 and taught elementary students for 5 years. Upon completion of her Master’s from Tarleton State University in 2007, she earned additional certifications as a junior high and high school counselor. Kristy also has counseling experience in a drug and alcohol rehabilitation center, hospital emergency room, church, and in therapeutic settings. Currently, she is in the dissertation phase, having completed all course work toward her doctorate in forensic psychology (completion anticipated by August 2016).

Kristy holds additional certification as a Registered Play Therapist and Certified Humanistic Sand Therapist. She works with emotional and behavioral issues, adolescent behaviors, school concerns, family situations, grief, bariatric evaluations, behavioral modification, PTSD using prolonged exposure therapy, depression, anxiety, and life transitions. 

Kristy has been married to Lance for 19 years. They have three children, Kyle, age 19, Elizabeth, age 17 and Maya, age 5.  Maya was a micropreemie born at 23 weeks gestation weighing 1 pound.  She received all of her therapies from Hope therapy with great success directly after discharge from the NICU!



Accepting all Medicaid plans, most private insurance plans, and self-pay clients


To arrange an appointment or leave a message for Kristy:

Call 254-848-6284 to leave a message or go to www.therapyappointment.com, find and click on Kristy Donaldson, M.Ed., LPC, fill out the biographical information, enter all insurance information, and set an appointment. Kristy’s business manager is Evonne Fraga and she can be reached (Monday-Friday/ 8am to 5pm) 254-848-6284 to inquire about appointments.

Please note

If you are setting an appointment for a child/adolescent 17 yrs of age and younger the parent/guardian will need to please plan on attending the first meeting, which is 50 minutes in length.