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Our team consists of licensed therapists and coaches who are dedicated to helping you achieve your goals. We are committed to providing compassionate and effective care.

Jason Brown

Owner & Licensed Professional Counselor-Supervisor

Jason is a Licensed Professional Counselor-Supervisor in North Richland Hills, TX. He has a Master of Science in Counseling from Abilene Christian University, is a Certified Mental Health Coach, and is certified as a Child & Adolescent Certified Clinical Anxiety Treatment Professional (CCATP-CA), as well as a Love and Logic Parenting Facilitator.


In addition to owning MindRight Counseling & Coaching, Jason is the Director of Therapy and Training at Christ's Haven for Children. Prior to opening MindRight Counseling & Coaching, he spent 18 years serving at a local church where he spent countless hours counseling and mentoring with students and parents in various settings as well as serving the community. For the past 8 years  Jason has worked as an LPC counseling tweens, teens, adults, and families.


Jason has been married to his wife Cori, for 20 years. Together they have 3 daughters ranging from elementary school through high school. They enjoy leading parenting classes, teaching Love and Logic courses, mentoring, coaching, and working with other couples and families. When Jason is not counseling, he spends much of his time watching his daughters play soccer and other sports and can often be found working on projects around his home.​​

(682) 334-3767

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Julie Scott

Licensed Professional Counselor

Julie is a Licensed Professional Counselor and a Certified School Counselor. She obtained her undergraduate degree from Mercer University and her Masters in Education in school counseling from Lamar University. She continued her education at Lamar in Clinical and Mental Health.


Julie has gained valuable experience while working in the school setting. She often works with students struggling with various issues such as anxiety, self-harm, ADHD, social skills, anger, and grief. At MindRight Counseling she uses her experience and knowledge working with children, teens, and their parents to help them navigate the stressors that can be present in their world.


Julie uses an eclectic approach to therapy. She will often use Cognitive Behavior Therapy to change thought patterns as well as Solution Focused Therapy to uncover solutions that work. Working in a school setting Julie has learned the valuable resources of incorporating mindfulness, games, activities, art, and other techniques to bring about change.


Julie has been married to her husband, Michael, for 27 years. They have four children and one grandson. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her family, especially her grandson.​​

(469) 718-9660

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Joy Manyiri

Licensed Professional Counselor

Joy is a new Licensed Professional Counselor in the area. She has a Bachelor’s of Education from Baylor University and a Master’s of Education in Counseling from Tarleton State University. With 20 years of experience in a public education setting as a teacher and a school counselor, Joy has a great amount of experience providing comprehensive mental health and related services to children, parents, and staff. She encourages each client to achieve well-being and success in their lives.


Joy genuinely understands that life’s challenges can sometimes seem unbearable or particularly unique. Her goal in working with you or your child is to act as a catalyst to encourage a realization of talents, abilities, and strengths that will help in coping with these life challenges. Joy works closely with children, teens, and adults who are struggling with self-esteem, anxiety, depression, grief, relationships, adjusting to new situations or major changes, or just need someone to really listen. She utilizes approaches to therapy incorporating eclectic and evidence-based practices that best fit each clients needs. Joy provides a supportive, non-judgmental space for you or your loved one to explore, resolve issues, and gain tools to attain therapeutic goals.


When not working with clients, Joy can be found spending time with her husband and four children, hosting game nights with friends, traveling, and organizing


(682) 382-0972

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Lea Purczinsky

Licensed Professional Counselor Associate

Lea is a Licensed Professional Counselor Associate. She has her undergraduate degree from Texas Christian University and a Masters in Counseling from Dallas Theological Seminary. She is trained in EMDR and is a certified PrepareEnrich and RelateStrong premarital and marriage enrichment facilitator.


Prior to beginning practice as an LPC-A, Lea spent six years working in college ministry with her local church where she mentored young adults who experienced many of life’s hardships. Now as an LPC-A, Lea enjoys working with older teens and adults who experience anxiety and depression, are in the middle of life transitions, or who desire healing from trauma experiences. Lea especially has a heart for walking through healing with those who have experienced sexual violence, who have experiences chronic or life-threatening health problems, and mothers who have experienced trauma, including miscarriage, traumatic birth, and postpartum depression and anxiety.


Lea believes that healing is a whole person practice, including the mind, body, soul, and realtionships. Lea believes that counseling is most effective when people feel seen and known, and therefore safe and supported. Lea uses a trauma-informed approach to gently help clients navigate their story and pursue growth.


Lea has been married to her husband, Nathan, for three years, and together they have one son. When not counseling, she enjoys spending time with her family, gardening, and having game nights with friends.

Lea is supervised by Dr. Crystal Brashear, LPC-S.

(281) 620-2057

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Sescelli Cox

Licensed Professional Counselor Associate

Sescelli is a Licensed Professional Counselor Associate. She acquired her Bachelor’s in Anthropology with a minor in Psychology from Texas A&M University with dreams of working in the forensic field. Quickly after graduation, she found herself needing a career, and went on to earn an alternative teaching certificate. Sescelli attended Lamar University for her Master’s in Education with a focus in counseling and has spent the last 10 years in education working with tweens, adolescents, and staff both in the classroom and as a campus counselor.

Sescelli’s experience as a teacher and a counselor provide her an insight into the world that your students face every day. The challenges that dictate their day to day can be hard to understand from the outside looking in, and we all know, “parents just can’t relate!” Having someone on the inside will provide your child with a person who can be sympathetic to their concerns and help furnish solutions to the stressors being a teen brings. Unfortunately, teens are not the only ones facing obstacles.


Regardless of your age, Sescelli is eager to assist you as you work through the hurdles life throws at you. Whether it's parenting. anxiety, depression, or anything in between, having Sescelli coach and counsel you or your child can help facilitate positive change. 

In her spare time, Sescelli enjoys spending time with her little one and her husband. She loves traveling and exploring new cities. 

Sescelli is supervised by Becky Southard, MSW, LPC-S



McCartney Paul

Licensed Professional Counselor Associate

McCartney is a Licensed Professional Counselor Associate. He received his Bachelor’s degree in Psychology and a Minor in Bible from Harding University. From there he went on to receive his Master’s Degree from Texas Wesleyan in Professional Counseling. McCartney has experience with a wide range of ages from his time working as a children’s ministry intern, to working at a treatment center for teens and young men and running group counseling at an intensive outpatient program.

McCartney believes in challenging his clients to grow in every aspect of their lives. Whether it is by recognizing your own areas for growth or setting goals for the days to come, he believes it is important to be constantly looking towards the future.


McCartney works closely with teens, adults, and couples with an eclectic approach to therapy to help those who may be struggling with anxiety, depression, social skills and more. Some techniques that he uses include Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Solution Focused Therapy, and Narrative Therapy to offer a safe space for clients to facilitate healing and promote growth in all aspects of life.


McCartney has been married to his wife, Joanna, for three years. When not in the office, he enjoys spending time with his friends and family, game nights and enjoying popcorn while watching a good movie, at home or at the theater.


McCartney is supervised by Bryan Jason Brown, MS, LPC-Supervisor


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