Hollis graduated from Southern Methodist University with a Masters of Science in Counseling. She is a Licensed Professional Counselor and Certified School Counselor. She also earned a Masters of Education from the University of Houston and her Bachelors Degree in Education from Louisiana State University. Prior to pursuing her counseling degree, Hollis spent a decade in the Houston public school system as a teacher and reading specialist.
After graduating from SMU in 2014, Hollis completed her clinical training and internship in a wide variety of sites and settings, including Lakewood Elementary, Heart House Dallas, and private practice. During her internship she led psychoeducational groups and conducted individual sessions with adolescents and adults concerning anxiety, grief, trauma, depression, coping skills, and brain development. She also co-facilitated women’s groups, focusing on personal development and understanding through archetypal patterns.
Hollis places heavy importance on developing a safe, supportive therapeutic relationship with her clients. She believes all individuals have the capacity for growth through identifying and understanding lifestyle patterns and motivations of behavior through the lens of Adlerian and Jungian theories.