Who We Are

Stacy GriffinLPC-S, Director

Stacy founded Griffin Therapy Center in 2012 looking to ignite a change within the Denton County community. The past several years have been highlighted by a passion to provide affordable, quality care to the community. This vision has led a solid team growing together to form our current clinical and clerical group at GTC. As a result, Stacy recently took the leap to fully transition to a Director's role for our office. Her focus continues to be growing a team of whole-hearted clinicians who provide the quality services you have come to expect at Griffin Therapy Center.

Stacy has expanded and is taking on more Hardship Waiver - Immigration Evaluations than ever. She will travel anywhere in Texas to you to ensure you get the evaluation representation needed for your case. Her reports are thorough, reliable and turnaround is speedy. We invite you or your lawyer to reach out to us with any questions you may have.

Stacy is always seeking new adventures and thrill, which is why in her spare time she is either traveling to remote locations across the globe or renovating a 1971 Airstream with a dream to scoot around the country full-time. Both travel and the Airstream are perfect reminders that anything worth having is not always easy.

Valerie QuinnMSN, RN, APRN

Valerie is a Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner who recently relocated to Texas to be closer to her family. Her practice includes working with all ages, providing medication management to children, adolescents, and adults. Her career in the United States Navy career has equipped her to manage widespread mental health concerns from depression and anxiety, to the intricacies of PTSD and insomnia. She held the position of Command Suicide Prevention Coordinator which led to the development and oversight of the mental health SPRINT team, providing crisis interventions. Additionally, she is a trained Sexual Assault Forensic Examiner and served as the mental healthcare base liaison for all reported sexual assaults.

Her recent assignments include the Naval Air Station Fort Worth and the Naval Personnel Command. Prior to her tour at NPC, she worked at Naval Hospital Camp Pendleton and the Base Brigg as a staff provider. Valerie has a Masters of Science in Nursing from the University of Rochester where she trained with adults and children in Upstate New York. She has a Bachelors degree in Nursing from Valdosta State University and is completing her Doctor of Nursing Practice from Chamberlain University.

Valerie is excited to be living in the Lone Star State where she looks forward to working with patients and being part of the Griffin Therapy Center team.

Alaina GlennLPC

Alaina enjoys working with adults, children, and adolescents. She believes in using a collaborative approach to help people discover their goals and work toward them in a warm and caring environment. She often uses evidence-based cognitive behavioral therapy, but tailors counseling to your unique needs. A few of Alaina’s specialties are anxiety, stress management, and life transitions. She also works with couples utilizing skills from The Gottman Institute and is trained in play therapy.

Alaina graduated with a Bachelor's Degree in Psychology from the University of Texas at Tyler. She then continued to follow her passion for helping others by earning a Master's Degree in Counseling from the University of North Texas. Alaina continues to attend a variety of high quality continuing education workshops.

Hilary HarringtonLPC

Hilary enjoys working with adults, adolescents, and couples, and is especially passionate about her work in counseling women. She has a diverse background in working with victims of domestic and sexual violence, trauma, and substance abuse. Her skills include helping people through difficulties such as eating disorders, depression, and anxiety.

Hilary’s top priority is to build a safe, accepting relationship to begin unraveling the tangled web of complicated lives. She works to explore one’s consciousness by providing a gentle and honest approach. She strives to empower all to live in the present moment where they are whole, instead of being pulled by the grief of the past or the anxiety of the future. Hilary uses person-centered and existential approaches to therapy, allowing her to tailor her work to the individual’s needs and worldview.

She is deeply dedicated to her profession; it is more than her livelihood, it is her calling. Hilary keeps up to date on advancements in technique and theory. She graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in Human Development from Texas Woman’s University and then attended graduate school at the University of North Texas where she earned a Master’s of Science Degree in Community Mental Health Counseling.

Lauren WycoffLPC, LMFT-A, LCDCSupervised by: Lisa Godasi, LMFT-S, LCDC

Lauren’s excitement lies in helping individuals and couples alike to shift out of the old and into the new. Through her many years of working with those struggling with substance use disorders, she began to see her true passion emerge for walking alongside couples and families. Lauren’s experience includes working with adults, adolescents, and professionals from many backgrounds including aviation, nursing, law, and medicine. Additional experience has led her to help ease anxiety, navigate through times of adjustment, manage stress and work-related issues, and provide relief from substance abuse. Her goal is to set you on a path to develop the tools you need to live a happy, fulfilling life.

Lauren earned her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Texas State University in San Marcos, Texas. She later went on to complete two Master’s degrees from Amberton University with one being in Professional Counseling and the other in Marriage and Family Therapy. Lauren is a Licensed Professional Counselor, Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselor, and is currently seeking licensure as a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist Associate.

Ashley HubbardMS NCC, LPC-InternSupervised by Melissa Taylor, MA, LPC-S

Ashley practices with people in all walks of life from children to adults. She is driven toward empowering women and has a strong passion for working with those who have experienced or are experiencing domestic violence or sexual assault. Overall, she builds a safe place to process and heal when therapeutically addressing various forms of trauma.

Ashley believes that healing past trauma is important for future healing. Family dynamics continually play a part in our present concerns and thought patterns, giving us room as adults to challenge and heal. She meets you where you are, providing a non judgmental and safe space for lasting change. She loves adding a natural and holistic approach to the therapeutic process to enhance overall wellness.

Ashley graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology from the University of North Texas and continued at UNT to get her Masters of Science degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling. Prior to getting her Masters degree Ashley worked with college students as an academic advisor which strengthened her love for helping others figure life out! Ashley understands the importance of having a positive counseling experience and has a desire to help others feel comfortable and safe when discussing the hard stuff.

Ashley loves reading young adult fiction, and has a zest for travel. Her dream vacation would be to go to Scotland! She has a passion for history, superheroes and baseball!

Jenna EglestonLPC-InternSupervised by Ian Smith, LPC-S

Jenna enjoys working with adults from various backgrounds and is experienced in working with marginalized groups who seek to be heard. She is well versed in crisis intervention and safety planning while working with those with severe mental health disorders and Substance Use Disorders. She incorporates Solution Focused Therapy and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy techniques into her practice to assist folks with a better understanding of how their thoughts, feelings, and behaviors impacting them in the moment and instead how to utilize healthy coping mechanisms.

Jenna is looking forward to expanding her practice by utilizing therapy techniques that focus on the mind AND body. She has personally experienced great emotional relief by incorporating mindfulness, meditation, and aerobic practices into her life and is excited to share this passion. The research surrounding the benefits of mindfulness and aerobic activities when struggling with Depression, Anxiety Disorders, Bipolar Disorder, and Substance Use Disorders is plenty when used as a supplemental treatment.

Jenna comes to Texas from the Midwest. She received her Bachelor’s Degree in Communication Sciences and Disorders at the University of Cincinnati and her Master’s of Science in Counseling Psychology at the University of Kentucky. In her free time, she enjoys rereading the Harry Potter series, running with her dog Opie, yoga, traveling, and the occasional Netflix binge….we’re all guilty of it!

Meg NethercuttOffice Manager

Meg wants to live in a world of peace and harmony where new shoes grow on trees and chocolate cake is low carb! She is available to answer any questions you may have regarding your insurance or the operations of Griffin Therapy Center. If she does not know the answer, she will not rest easy until she tracks it down!

Hailey KaferReception

Hailey is a student at the University of North Texas pursuing her Bachelor's degree in psychology. She provides GTC with after-hours and weekend reception, to make your appointments flow even easier. She has a passion for traveling and hopes to one day visit all fifty-states! When she isn’t on the road she enjoys gardening, cooking, and spending time with her dog Heidi.


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