Michael is the proud husband of wife, Coloma, and father to their three sons. Native of New Mexico, he and his family have called Texas home for many years now. Ordained into the ministry in 2001, he has served as a Youth Pastor, Domestic Missionary and Lead Pastor. In 2008 Michael returned to school to complete is Master’s degree in Counseling, fulfilling his desire to work with individuals, couples and families toward wellness and whole living.
Michael is a Level 2 Certified Restoration Therapist and seeks to utilize this training in assisting individuals, marriages and families to discovering their God-given potential and to see it actualized. He had been in private practice and consulting since January of 2019 and utilizes a holistic approach in providing treatment. Together with his wife they conduct marriage seminars, coach couples in preparation for marriage and walk with families seeking to live healthy lives. Additionally, he utilizes his 20+ years of working with young people to inform and drive his work with adolescent development and emotional regulation.
He also has extensive training in trauma informed care, Solution Focused Therapy, Family Systems and engages in on going professional development. Michael has a strong conviction that true and sustainable wellness is achieved in the context of family and/or community. He works challenges his clients to build healthy relationships as a vital component of his service delivery.
Additional areas of focus include: extensive experience and training in suicide ideation recognition, parent and child relationships, youth development, working with individuals struggling with depression, anxiety, identity and working with individuals struggling with their faith and mental health.
*Rates effective as of August 1, 2022.
Sliding scale options are available, limited, and determined on a case by case basis.
We accept cash, checks, major credit cards, and HSA (Health Savings Account) cards. We do not accept insurance.
In the event that you, your child or family will not be able to attend a scheduled session or elect to terminate treatment prior to a scheduled session, prior notification of at least 24 hours is required to avoid incurring a fee for a scheduled, unattended session. If late notice of cancellation is provided (later than 24 hours in advance of the appointment) but such notice is provided earlier than one hour in advance of your, your child’s or family’s appointment, you will be charged and agree to pay half of the cash rate. In the event you fail to provide notice of cancellation or cancel within one hour of your or your child’s appointment, you will be charged and agree to pay the full cost of the cash rate.
Texas State License Number: Michael Cox, LPC-S #72423
Texas State Board of Examiners of Professional Counselors
8407 Wall Street
Austin, TX 78754
Toll Free, 24-hour Complaint System – 800-821-3205