Dan has been the owner and director of Homestead Hope Counseling Services since its inception in 2006. His compassionate, but no-nonsense counsel reflects not only his concern for his clients, but more importantly, Biblical truth. He walks with individuals and families during their most difficult times. His specialties include, but are not limited to anger management, abandonment, self-esteem/self-worth, grief and loss, depression, anxiety, pornography addiction, pre-marital and marital counseling, parenting, foster care/adoption challenges, prison/parole rehabilitation, along with various other more generalized proficiencies. Having graduated from the Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary’s (SWBTS) counseling program, and a former pastor, he is well-informed concerning the challenges of spirituality, religion, and pastoral challenges.
Dan takes most BCBS, Aetna and Cigna insurance plans.
Katie has been an ongoing influence here at Homestead Hope Counseling since October 2012. She is passionate about helping adolescents, single female adults, couples, and families live a full and healthy life. Her specialties include eating disorders, body image issues, depression, anxiety, self-worth/self-esteem, self-care, premarital and marital counseling, anger management in teens and young adults, codependency, coping skills, grief and loss, guilt/shame, peer relationships, particularly with teens and young college students, stress management, inclinations toward self-harm, spirituality, and women’s issues. Her fervency lies in her desire and ability to help people sort out personal issues using a life changing combination of secular and faith-based methodologies. She earned her master’s degree in Biblical Counseling from Dallas Theological Seminary (DTS).
Katie takes most BCBS, Aetna and Cigna insurance plans.
Susan came to Homestead Hope Counseling Services in September 2019 with considerable experience acquired from many years of teaching school and working with a Christ-centered male adolescent rehabilitation center located in Fort Worth, among other locations. Her professional work tends to focus on helping people restore their interpersonal relations with family members, associates and most importantly, with God. She specializes in anxiety, grief and loss, trauma, depression, personal worth and self-esteem issues, abandonment, guilt and shame, fears, stress management, and many other challenges. She is a graduate of Amberton University, Garland, Texas.
Susan takes most BCBS, Aetna and Cigna insurance plans.
Dreyton joined Homestead Hope Counseling Services in December of 2021 under the supervision of Dan R. Graham, LPC-S. He is highly skilled in treating children experiencing life on the Autism Spectrum. His most recent endeavor includes helping their parents help them, coupled with the normal marital challenges that come with special needs children. Mr. Wyatt also has experience caring for individuals in the areas of anxiety, stress management, depression, grief and loss, self-esteem/self-worth, guilt/shame, spiritual concerns, pornography addiction and recovery, and self-care. Dreyton utilizes secular approaches including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) integrated with biblical truth to help explore thoughts, feelings, and choices in a compassionate and empathic way. He is a graduate of Dallas Baptist University.
Dreyton accepts self-pay clients only.
Martin is a Lamar University graduate student seeking his master’s degree in Marriage, Couples and Family Counseling. He joined Homestead Hope Counseling Services under the supervision of Dan R. Graham, LPC-S, in August 2022. As a licensed and ordained minister for the past 30 years, Martin has lived out his calling by helping the young and young at heart exercise their faith as they navigate life through perplexing times. He began his counseling experience 20+ years ago by serving as a lay counselor in several community organizations throughout Tarrant County. Martin’s primary therapeutic model is Solution-Focused Brief Therapy (SFBT) integrated with biblical truth – a very effective combination. His areas of expertise include grief, self-esteem and worth issues, anxiety, depression, career management, marriage and family related concerns, and faith challenges.
Martin accepts self-pay clients only.
Whitney has served as an Office Assistant at Homestead Hope Counseling since May 2018. Quickly mastering the duties and responsibilities of office management, she was promoted to her current position of Senior Office Administrator. Based in part on her personal life story, she considers it a privilege to work in a family oriented, family owned and operated Christian faith-based counseling center. Whitney is also a Board Certified Christian Life Coach who desires to help people move their lives forward using non-therapeutic methods
Regarding life coaching, Whitney accepts self-pay clients only.
Deborah is co-owner of Homestead Hope Counseling and has worked as advisor and consultant since its inception. She actively joined the Homestead Hope office staff in February 2020 upon her retirement from the UT Southwestern Medical Center (Dallas). She comes to us with years of experience working with the medical community, administrators, patients and next of kin family members. Deborah's compassion for people combined with her expertise in medical protocols and provider-patient communication allows her to contribute to the professional therapeutic services we offer our clients. She is a valued asset second to none!Deborah's BIO