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Sharon Good, MA, LPC-s

I have over 29 years experience in the counseling field and have served in 4 different churches as well as private practice.  The Fountains is my 2nd endeavor to establish a counseling center in order to reach those who are hurting in our community.  The 1st center has now grown to several counselors and numerous support groups, plus a thriving marriage ministry; therefore I am looking forward to what will development in Crowley and the surrounding areas.

At a young age, God birthed a passion in me to help the hurting while growing up with a mentally ill mother and addict brother.  I decided early on in counseling that I may not be able to help my own mother and brother, but I can help someone else's mother or brother.  I love to help others find hope and healing and am certified in the Diagnosis and Treatment of Sexual Addictions.

I earned my B.S. in Science Education from Texas A&M – Commerce plus my Masters in Counseling from Liberty University.  I am a Licensed Professional Counselor Supervisor and have been on the Board of Directors for Christian Counselors of Texas since 2000 by serving on both the chapter and state level, including State President and currently as the Chair of Chapter Development.  I also enjoy training counseling interns and lay ministry leaders as well as speaking engagements for Christian leadership, recovery, and women’s ministries.

My other full time job has been as a wife and mother for over 30 years.  I have raised 3 impressive adult children (I am a little proud of them & their spouses), and one very precious granddaughter.


Katie Bowman, MEd, LPC 

I count it a privilege to be let into the lives of our youth and families.  Today’s young peoples’ struggles are unique to the times but God’s hope, love, grace and peace is greater. I been involved in professional counseling since 2015, but have also worked with adolescents in several ministry settings over the past decade.

As the former Director of Academic Advising and College Placement at Pantego Christian Academy, I have experience in counseling adolescents and families; searching for the best ways families can communicate, connect and grow. My passion is to walk alongside individuals through the healing journey, to find out what works while discovering the hope, promise and grace in our Lord Christ Jesus.

I graduated with my Bachelor’s from University of Texas at Arlington in 2009 and from Texas Christian University with a Master’s in Education/Counseling in 2013. Having served on the Service Learning Advisory Committee at University of Texas at Arlington, worked as a teaching assistant at Texas Christian University where I had the rare opportunity of transcribing confidentially archived sessions of Insoo Kim Berg and Steve DeShazer, the founders of MRI and Solution Focused Brief Therapy, I consider my education to be unique to the field. My experience as a school counselor grew in me a desire to work with families, couples and continue my work with adolescents while maintaining a pulse on current trends. 

I’ve been happily married for almost a decade and enjoy being a mom of two young boys, spending time with family and friends. I’m an avid runner, crafter and enjoy listening to podcasts.
 


Kezia Drake, MS, LPC Intern

Supervised by Sharon Good, MA, LPC-S

I felt the call to counseling when I was 17 years old and my passion for people has not wavered.  I earned a Bachelor of Science in Psychology from Dallas Baptist University, a Master of Education in Higher Education from Dallas Baptist University, and a Master of Science in Psychology Counseling from Tarleton State University.

My personality can be described as one who is compassionate, introspective, intuitive, and supportive. One of my greatest joys is spending time with my family.  My husband and I have two children.  As a family we enjoy Cub Scouts, cheerleading, sports, and a variety of family outings. We attend Oaks Church in Red Oak, TX.   Counseling is my second career in life; my previous career was in higher education athletics where I worked with traditional college-aged students to identify their goals and help see them become a reality. I also worked with small children in summer camp settings.  As a practicum student I worked with juveniles in the judicial system through a program called Ready4Career.  

I would be incredibly grateful for the opportunity to serve as your Counselor!  I love people and want to see them have their best life.  I would count it my privilege to walk alongside you to help you process your worries, hurts, grief, anger, disappointments and more. I enjoy working with children, teens, adults, married couples, premarital couples, and families.  It would be my honor to help you live your best life; one that is positive, emotionally healthy, and balanced. 


Zach Lowrie MA, LPC Intern

Supervised by Sharon Good, MA, LPC-S

I am an accent-free, born and raised, Texan. I don’t know where my accent went, both of my parents have accents and yet, somehow, I never picked one up. I have felt drawn to hearing people out most of my life. I thought for sure in jr. high it was an easy way to be around for the girl on the rebound. Alas, I entered the “friend zone.”

All grown up, married, with 3 wonderful boys, I consider this path in mental health to be very rewarding. It has changed my life as much as I would like to believe others have been changed. Graduate of Dallas Baptist University, I began my professional counseling career hungry to work myself out of a job.

Caring for others, patiently walking with them as they find answers to life’s difficult challenges is my approach. I am sure you have friends who can give you advice, my hope is to provide perspective in your personal journey. Whether you are married, male, female, a teen or a family trying to make sense of things. If you are willing to try, I am not going to give up on you.


Jena Bennett, MA

Supervised by Sharon Good, MA, LPC-S

There is no greater joy than to see hurting people find answers, hope, and healing. It is God’s calling on my life to walk with individuals, women, families, and teens to find hope and help for life’s struggles, hurt, grief, fear, and confusion. I am passionate about giving people tools for a lifelong walk of freedom. Equipping one person, or one family, to change spreads to the people around them and ultimately has a ripple effect of change into the culture.

I graduated from Dallas Baptist University with a Bachelor of Arts and Science majoring in psychology, minor in biblical studies, and a Master of Arts in counseling. I have been married for 24 years. Our two beautiful and amazing daughters are missionaries in Youth With A Mission.

It’s a privilege to serve at The Fountains Counseling Center and have the opportunity to make a difference in the lives of individuals, the community, and in the culture.


 
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Jennifer Fletcher, MED, LPC Intern, LCDC

Supervised by Sharon Good, MA, LPC-S

God has given me a passion for helping others to become their best and achieve their goals. I believe anyone can change and everyone deserves to have a healthy, balanced life. All it takes is a willingness to put in the effort. I enjoy working with children, adolescents, individuals, and families. If you’re ready to make changes, I will encourage and support you on your journey. Together we will find solutions that work for you. My desire to help others led me to work with Therapy Dogs. I have 14 years of experience with therapy dogs providing comfort and support to people at disaster sites as well as academic assistance to students in schools. I enjoy seeing the positive impact the dogs have on people. I am working to incorporate my newest therapy dog, Duke, into the Counseling Center.

I earned my Bachelor’s degree from the University of North Texas and my Master’s degree in Counseling from Texas Christian University. During my time at TCU, I implemented an orientation program for new counseling students to help them acclimate to the University and the Counseling program. Because of my involvement in the Counseling program, I was presented with the 2019 Viktor Frankl award in Counseling for outstanding achievement and devotion.

My family is one of my greatest joys. I have been married for 28 years and am the mother of two amazing daughters. I am a lifelong musician, playing the saxophone and piano, and I enjoy serving God by playing in our church worship band.


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Thomas Macalik, MS, LPC


You may call me Tall Tom!

 What an honor it is to serve the children and families of Crowley and surrounding communities. I believe that in order to see the world for what God has planned for us, that He calls us to see through the eyes of children. Working alongside parents, guardians, and their children has been a passion of mine long before I started professional counseling in 2016.

 I have gained my experience working with families from difficult situations at Children’s Advocacy Centers in Hays-Caldwell County and more recently, nearby Johnson County. Though fostering healthy, consistent boundaries can be a challenge when working with children from abusive and traumatic backgrounds, it proved to be the most rewarding, growth filled, and heart-warming work I have experienced as a counselor.

 I graduated with my Bachelor of Science degree in Human Development and Family Sciences with a specialty in Child Development from The University of Texas at Austin in 2013, and my Master of Science degree in Counseling with a specialty in Play Therapy from the University of North Texas in Denton in 2016 (quite the mouthful…). I specialize in Child-Centered Play Therapy (CCPT), a holistic, developmentally appropriate model of child counseling that focuses on the safe relationship between counselor and child, to further help foster consistent, healthy and expressive exploration of the child’s self through the child’s natural form of communication, play.

 My wife and I have been happily married for 2 and a half years now and are expecting our first child any moment. As I have said before, I am very tall… I am 6’8” (no, I don’t play basketball, yes; my parents are tall). But tall does not define me, it just defines my name! I take pride and care in the families with which I come in contact, so I look forward to meeting you!