Michelle Seyl, MA, LPC Associate
Michelle is a first responder therapist who has a deep connection and respect for veterans and first responders. Growing up in a military family and being the daughter of a Vietnam Veteran and sister to a Desert Shield and an Iraqi Freedom veteran, gives Michelle the first-hand knowledge and understanding needed to support first responders, military and veterans. Being married to a police officer and U.S. Army veteran who served in Operation Enduring Freedom, and having worked as a first responder with Dallas Area Rapid Transit, Michelle has learned the importance of giving back to the community and supporting those in need. Her passion has always been to support the warriors that have dedicated their lives for their country and their community. She has volunteered with organizations that support our homeless community to include military veterans in need and also was the coordinator for military veterans at Austin Street Center.
Michelle’s clinical and professional background includes:
- Austin Street Center-Case Manager
- Police Officer Dallas Area Rapid Transit
- Regional Police Academy Peace Officer License
- Bachelor of Arts & Applied Sciences, Cum Laude University of North Texas
- Master of Arts in Counseling, LPC Associate Amberton University
- Master of Arts in Marriage and Family Therapy, Amberton University
Michelle has experience with individuals 18 and over, as well as couples counseling. She understands the importance of integrating the family into one’s personal journey through marriage and family therapy. Michelle looks forward to continuing to support our first responders and their families since they are the ones that perform selfless acts every day.