Maria Mayo LPC-S Changing Lives Daily

Licensed Professional Counselor & Supervisor 

751 Hebron Pkwy #300, Lewisville, TX 75057




Hello & welcome! My name is Maria Mayo, and I'm a Licensed Professional  Counselor & Clinical Counseling Supervisor in the state of Texas. I  have a Bachelor's degree in Psychology from the University of Texas at Austin & earned a Master's degree in Professional Counseling from Argosy University Dallas. I have experience working with students in the Denton, Texas school district, and enjoyed every moment working with so-called "difficult" or "problem" teens. I  also have several years experience working with adults with substance abuse and/or mental health problems at Homeward Bound Inc. in Oak Cliff Texas. where I served as the Manager of the outpatient department.

I have a long history of supervising various therapists, substance abuse counselors, & interns. I've worked with probation, parole, CPS, & self-referral clients. In addition to  experience working with low-income clients, I've also worked with professionals including CEOs, attorneys, doctors,  professors, and even other therapists. I enjoy helping a wide-variety of  clients, cultures, and just people in general. Diversity is very  important to me both personally as well as professionally. I DO NOT discriminate. 

My  office is conveniently located near several major highways, including  IH-35, George Bush, and Sam Rayburn Tollway 121. I'm located off 121  (Sam Rayburn, NOT Business 121), near MacArthur, cross street is  Rockbrook. I accept several insurance plans (please see the "Insurance, Fees,  and Payments" page), and I am an out-of-network provider for other insurance companies. I'm currently accepting new clients based on availability, and have appointment slots at various times Monday - Friday, with appointments starting 9a - 2p.  I have a passion for helping people and  hope to be of assistance to you in reaching your goal of living the life  you want! Email me today to schedule an appointment!

"We have been called to heal wounds, to unite what has fallen apart, and to bring home those who have lost their way." ~St. Francis