“Thank you for all of your help through these last 2½ years. You have guided me, directed me, counseled, and pointed me in the right direction—up!!” — anonymous client
“Words cannot express how grateful I am for your wise counsel. You are truly gifted. You have poked, prodded, taught, listened, revealed, and healed. God has been in the room every time we’ve been together. I was so broken when I entered these doors. I was lost and angry and hopeless. Slowly the darkness lifted. I quit hiding from God. I am so grateful to have a personal relationship with Him again. I am able to receive His grace and mercy. I know what I am feeling because you gave me the words.” — anonymous client
“You have been such a kind and caring counselor for me during my time of need. Thank you for your wisdom, guidance, and direction during this difficult time.” — anonymous client
Lanae Jobe is a Licensed Professional Counselor in the state of Texas, where she earned a Master of Arts degree in Counseling from Dallas Baptist University. She gained extensive experience in group therapy and individual counseling during her 2½-year internship at Paul Meier Day Program in Richardson, Texas, with its intensive partial hospitalization program. Lanae facilitates various therapy/support groups throughout the year, including an Adult Female Trauma Recovery Group as well as various group sessions centered around a specific topic taught at a Hope For The Heart Biblical Counseling Institute.
Lanae has a passion for helping others find hope through emotional and mental healing and incorporates Christianity into various psychological theories and techniques. She strives to help others learn how their past has influenced their present and understand that their past does not define them.
Lanae enjoys spending time with her husband of many years and their two Yorkies. She also enjoys watching movies, reading, swimming and spending time with family and friends.
Areas of Expertise
- Eating disorders
- Domestic violence
- Family/family-of-origin issues
- Marital and relationship issues
- Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD)
- Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
- Spiritual issues
- Women’s issues