- Grief and loss
- Life transitions (mid-life changes, divorce, career changes, college bound)
Licensed Clinical Social Worker
- Masters of Social Work, Our Lady of The Lake University
- Bachelor of Science, University of North Texas
- Blue Cross Blue Shield
- Scott & White Health Plan
- Group and Pension Administrators (GPA)
- Employee Assitance Programs (EAPs)
- United Behavioral Health
Joy Muller is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker. She has a Master of Social Work degree from Our Lady of the Lake University and a Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice from the University of North Texas. Joy is passionate about continued educational opportunities in psychological studies. She is especially interested in developmental growth and change that takes place across an individual’s life-span.
As a licensed clinical social worker with more than fifteen years of experience, Joy has worked in a variety of settings such as foster care, an intensive care unit in a hospital, and University counseling centers. She has worked with individuals within a wide age range, from young adults to older adults that are navigating mid-life transitions and/or cares and concerns about aging.
Joy’s interest in the mind-body-spirit connection recognizes that symptoms of anxiety and depression are often cues presented to us through the body that are invitations to attend to ourselves. When we are open to listening and attending to the physical symptoms that intrude upon living a full life, we become our most important ally in our own healing process.
Joy approaches therapy from a relational approach, which values the significance of the therapeutic relationship between therapist and client. From a relational approach, the therapeutic relationship offers a safe and respectful container to authentically explore life challenges, barriers, concerns and desires.