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All Things Counseling, PLLC is located

in Northwest Houston.

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Meet Christine

Core Beliefs

My counseling approach incorporates Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Solution-Focused Brief Therapy techniques.


Cognitive Behavioral Therapy addresses thoughts, behaviors, and emotions in order to help a client accomplish their desired changes. 

Solution-Focused Brief Therapy helps clients assess and build on their strengths in order to better cope with their current challenges. 


As a Christ follower, I integrate a Biblical worldview with my academic and personal experiences. With my client's consent, I incorporate Biblical books/ resources and prayer into sessions. 

Christine Hards, M.Ed., LPC

M.Ed. in School Counseling, Licensed Professional Counselor 

I have a Bachelors of Science in Interdisciplinary Studies from Texas A&M University (2009) and a Masters in School Counseling from Sam Houston State University (2012).

I have had the opportunity to serve the Cypress community through my work at All Things Counseling since 2015.


Like many of my clients, I learned at a young age that life can be difficult. I have lost many loved ones, including a parent and sibling, to illness, accident, and addiction. These experiences have given me empathy for others as they endure their own trials.

I have been married for 11 years to my husband, Kirby, and we have been gifted two beautiful children. 

Prior to my work as a Licensed Professional Counselor in private practice, I worked in Cypress-Fairbanks ISD as  a school counselor and teacher. During that time, I joined with hundreds of families as they journeyed through adolescence and into young adulthood. Because of this experience, I am better equipped to help parents and guardians navigate a school district's policies and procedures. I would be honored to help you create a realistic and relevant plan that will hopefully help your student be successful academically, behaviorally, and emotionally.


I partner well with adolescents, adults, and families to work through issues related to academic success, behavioral concerns, communication, frequent conflict, self esteem,  depression, anxiety, grief, and divorce.

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