Julianne Cantwell

MS, LPC-A Candidate

Julianne Cantwell completed her master’s degree in counseling at Southern Methodist University. Julianne holds a B.S. in Interdisciplinary Studies and an M.S. in Educational Administration in Higher Education from Texas A&M University. Julianne counseled graduate students at the University of North Texas Health Science Center and women of various ages at Push Counseling and Coaching. She has also worked as an advisor for college students at Texas A&M University and Dallas College.

Julianne offers counseling for adolescents, college students, and women of all ages.

She specializes in:
• launching college and professional careers
• perfectionism and self-esteem
• anxiety and depression
• family expectations and dynamics
• motherhood and care-giving
• workplace discrimination and harassment
• spiritual abuse and healing
• gender roles and women’s issues
• sexual issues and same-sex attraction

Julianne has a passion for helping individuals create strong, meaningful relationships through effective communication and believes that individuals are always in the process of “becoming.” She considers it a privilege to provide a safe space for her clients to grow. Julianne enjoys helping her clients discover their gifts, their strengths, and paths toward peaceful, dynamic, and joyful living.
Julianne has been married for twenty-eight years and is mother to two adult sons. She loves reading, traveling, being outdoors, and spending time with her family, her goldendoodle, Winston, and her Havanese, Ollie. Julianne is a member of the American Counseling Association. She and her husband attend a local church.