Meet Our Team | Waxahachie
Alex Shauger, LCSW
Alex received her Master's of Social Work from Rutgers University in 2016 after completing internships with Mt. Olive High School and Edna Mahan Women’s Correctional Facility. She relocated from New Jersey to Texas and began working for Tarrant County in 2017 running the Youth Offender Diversion Alternative under now retired Judge Jamie Cummings in Criminal Court 5 until 2023 when she left to pursue private practice.
Roger Copeland, Psy.D., LPC-S
Dr. Copeland holds a master’s degree in counseling psychology and a doctorate in clinical psychology. He has been licensed as a Licensed Professional Counselor Supervisor (LPCS) in the state of Texas for over 14 years. He has provided psychotherapeutic services to children, adolescents, and adults in an individual setting in addition to helping clients in couples, family and group counseling.
Alzada Benton, Ph.D., LPC-S
Dr. Alzada Benton, LPC-S is a psychotherapist specializing in couples counseling, stress/ anxiety management, depression, maternal mental health, and family therapy. Counseling Supervision Services are also available with a focus in cultural humility and Relational Cultural Theory. Dr. Benton has worked in various settings including private practice, juvenile detention centers, community based mental health agencies, education service centers and schools.
Samuel Severson, LMSW
Sam is a Licensed Master Social Worker. In 2015 he earned a Master’s degree in Social Work from the University of Texas at Arlington with a specialty focus in direct clinical practice with children and families.
Sam has an extensive professional career background in the field of Social Work and as a clinician providing therapeutic services to children and families in Emergency and Behavioral Healthcare as well as Child Welfare.
Jennifer Sellers, LPC-S, Ph.D., Candidate
Jennifer owned and operated a private practice, Texarkana Mental Health and Wellness Center, PLLC for many years. She is a consultant to several police agencies, including the state of Texas, on issues surrounding officer’s responses to those in a mental health crisis, the mental health and wellbeing of officers, and issues faced by spouses and family members of officer’s related to their career.
Kristen Campbell, LPC-Associate
Kristen received her Bachelor's in Education at West Texas A & M in Canyon, Texas. She taught in Amarillo for a number of years before moving back home. Once home, she felt the nudge to return to West Texas A&M and enrolled in the LPC/School Counseling Dual Program to earn her Master's in Counseling. Kristen began her counseling career in the education setting as a school counselor with Ennis ISD.
Jocelyn Womack, LPC-S, RPT
Jocelyn is a graduate of Amberton University and has worked in private practice since 2013. She is a designated counselor supervisor and a registered play therapist through the Association for Play Therapy. Her early experience includes doing play therapy and skills training directly with children in foster care, and as the Intake Director for Sundance Psychiatric Hospital.