Erin T. White, LPC-S, RPT-S
Erin T. White LPC-S, RPT-S is the founder and clinical director of the Whole Child Center. She earned her B.A. in psychology from the University of Texas at San Antonio and her M.A. in professional counseling from Texas State University – San Marcos. She is a Licensed Professional Counselor Supervisor and a Registered Play Therapist Supervisor. Erin specializes in working with children and adolescents who have experienced trauma, have difficulty regulating their emotions, and those who struggle with anxiety and depression. Erin is also a certified yoga teacher and enjoys bringing yoga, meditation, and mindfulness into her work with clients. She has a passion for facilitating growth for her clients and their families as well as clinicians beginning their journey in the counseling field.
Dani Sauber, LPC
Dani Sauber, LPC received her bachelor’s degree in behavioral sciences from Concordia University and her master’s degree in clinical mental health counseling from Texas State University – San Marcos. She is passionate about play therapy and helping struggling children. Dani also specializes in Child-Parent Relationship Therapy, in which she teaches parents specific skills to strengthen connections with their children in order to help them feel supported and understood and thus minimize their symptoms of struggle.
Addy Clark is a Licensed Professional Counselor Supervisor with 12 years of experience working with children aged eight and above, teens, and their families. She embraces a collaborative, solution-focused approach that capitalizes on a child’s existing strengths while teaching valuable new skills. She strives to help families find peace in their lives by learning how to use creativity to problem solve and communicate effectively by working as a team. Addy is Spanish/English bilingual and works with children and adolescents dealing with a variety of issues including anxiety, depression, stress, social issues, adjustment, and trauma.
Priscilla Leyva, LPC-A
Priscilla Leyva, LPC-A graduated from Texas A&M University – San Antonio with a master’s in professional counseling. Her values include bringing safety and inclusivity into otherwise vulnerable spaces. She has an extensive background working with children and teens on the autism spectrum. Her expertise lies in giving them tools for communicating more effectively as well as training their parents on how to better understand their child’s behavior. Priscilla has also worked closely with individuals and families in one of the largest counseling centers in Austin. There, she worked with clients on issues such as dealing with anxiety, trauma, and working through challenging family dynamics. Priscilla is Spanish/English bilingual and believes that through counseling, we are all able to find our way back to our values – and thus, to ourselves.