Licensed Professional Counselor Intern


Southern Methodist University
M.S., Counseling

Dallas Baptist University
B.A., Music

Associations & Organizations 

Texas Counseling Association


autism spectrum disorders
adjustment to life changes
behavioral issues
career related concerns
domestic violence
grief and loss
LGBT issues
 relationship concerns
self esteem
suicidal ideation


Young Adults
Senior Adults

Stephanie Robertson

 M.s., lpc-intern

under the supervision of 

Toni Scalise Borowczak
M.Ed., LPCs, rpts, ncc

Stephanie is a Licensed Professional Counselor-Intern under the supervision of Toni Borowczak.

Stephanie believes that all individuals have within themselves the capacity for growth by examining and modifying patterns of thinking and behaving through the use of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. 

Stephanie completed her undergraduate degree in music at Dallas Baptist University.  After years of working in management, music, and academic advising, she realized it was time for a career change.

She graduated in May of 2015 from Southern Methodist University with a Master of Science in Counseling. During her clinical training, she interned at the SMU Center for Family Counseling where she counseled a wide variety of clients with concerns including depression, anxiety, trauma, abuse, LGBT concerns, sexuality, grief, and career challenges.  While at SMU, she facilitated groups for young adults on the autistic spectrum helping to develop communication, social, and team building skills. Stephanie is also certified as a Battering Intervention and Prevention Program Specialist through the Family Place. She also volunteered at a residential treatment facility for adolescent foster children providing group and individual mentorship.

Through her education and experience, she has worked with children, adolescents, and adults.  She has additional training in substance-related and addictive disorders as well as sexuality.

Stephanie provides a safe, non-judgmental environment where clients are able to express their thoughts, feelings, and emotions. She places heavy importance on developing a supportive and collaborative therapeutic relationship to encourage clients to develop better coping skills that empower them to reach their therapeutic goals.

Stephanie joined Corbella in September 2015. She offers flexible evening and weekend appointments.

​Corbella Counseling​


f: 214-723-7566