Ann Key


Ann Key received her master’s degree in Biblical Counseling from Dallas Theological Seminary in 1998. She completed her undergraduate work at Texas Christian University. She is a Licensed Professional Counselor and Board Approved Supervisor.

Ann joined Nikaō Counseling Center in August of 2005, where she devotes the largest share of her time and passion engaged in restoring marriages specifically those affected by sexual sin, infidelity and pornography.

Ann offers individual counseling to adult women and men as well as couples and family counseling.

She specializes in:

  • Relational and marital issues
  • Sexual infidelity
  • Partners of sex addicts
  • Sexual issues
  • Communication
  • Codependency
  • Parenting
  • Postpartum depression
  • Depression and anxiety disorders
  • Grief and loss
  • Spiritual growth

Ann and her husband, Stephen, married in 1997. They have two sons, Caleb and Jonah, and a daughter, Hayden. They are members of a local evangelical church where they serve in the marriage ministry.

Ann applies a combination of cognitive-behavioral and rational-emotive techniques to therapy. She believes that understanding and knowing the truth about God and of who we are before Him can help us change self-defeating beliefs and behaviors. These changes allow us to relate to God, others and ourselves in a healthy and loving way. She explores the impact of family of origin issues in order to help us understand and change what we believe so that we can lead more healthy lives.

Ann began her career at the Counseling Center at Southern Methodist University. She worked at The Minirth Clinic and as a therapist with The Minirth Christian Program at Green Oaks Psychiatric Hospital for four years. She then moved to Bent Tree Counseling Center where she worked until joining Nikaō.