Our Texas Team

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Nichelle Wiggins

Ph.D., Psychologist

Hope and faith are what drives my passion to help individuals live their

fullest life no matter where they come from or their circumstances. My

experience covers helping people work through depression, anxiety, bipolar,

PTSD, trauma, anger management, conflicted family relations, and adjustment

issues. My commitment is that you will always be welcomed and supported on

your journey to obtain genuine inner peace with treatment tailored to your

specific needs.

As a licensed clinical psychologist, Dr. Wiggins received her doctorate

degree from UT Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas. For over 20 years, Dr.

Wiggins has extensive experience working with adults and children using

evidence-based methods to bring about positive changes. Dr. Wiggins also has

experience conducting VA disability examinations, assisting individuals

applying for disability benefits, and conducting comprehensive psychological

assessments. Dr. Wiggins has been married for 30 years, has three children,

and two dogs. She is actively involved in her local community and is

constantly seeking ways to serve others.


Oran Pryor

LPC, Licensed Professional Counselor​

Oran Pryor is a Certified Anger Management Specialist and Licensed Professional Counselor Supervisor. He is a graduate of the University of Texas Southwestern School of Allied Health and Dallas Baptist University. He has over 19 years of experience working with men in correctional treatment and 13 years with adolescent boys with behavioral problems in community mental health settings. Mr. Pryor specializes in marriage and family counseling, as well as substance abuse and addiction treatment.

It is his mission to provide specialized service, through the integration of sound psychological and relational principles. As a Christian counselor, Mr. Pryor believes in a holistic approach to treatment that integrates the...spirit, mind, and body.

In response to school dropout rates, delinquency, substance abuse, and lack of vocational and educational development, particularly with boys. It is his contention that this growing problem can be resolved through Life Skills Training (Anger Control, Building Responsible Beliefs, and Social Skills). Mr. Pryor understands the correlation between behavioral difficulties and mental/emotional health problems. Therefore, it is his mission to provide specialized services (individual, family, group), that foster responsible and mature growth. He aims to equip male youth with the skills necessary to succeed in skillful living as they mature into manhood.