Buffy Owens, LMSW

Supervised by Amanda Cortez, LCSW

Background and Experience

Buffy’s work as a substance abuse counselor in a  community mental health setting has prepared her to work with a variety  of individuals with unique experiences.  She has worked with  individuals with substance abuse issues,  depression, anxiety, anger  management, and boundary issues.  Buffy also has experience working with children and families as a court advocate in abuse cases.  

Personal Statement

I am passionate about my career as a social worker and enjoy helping  people navigate difficult life experiences.  I provide a person-centered, strengths-based approach to counseling.  I work to empower each  clients to  use their strengths to overcome various struggles in life.  I  strive to develop a trusting and caring environment so that each client  feels safe and respected.  We will work together to develop goals that  focus on your strengths and empower you to make changes.   

Education and Training

Buffy earned a Bachelor of Nutritional Sciences  from the University of Texas in Austin, Texas.  In 2014, she received an  Alcohol and Drug Abuse certification from Grayson College in Denison,  Texas.  In 2018, she earned her Master of Social Work at the  University of Texas in Arlington, Texas.  Buffy  gained her clinical experience working in an outpatient substance abuse  treatment facility, and in the mental health department at a community  health center.  She also has experience as an intern at the Collin County  Children’s Advocacy Center.  



Buffy is in the office Tuesdays and Wednesdays


Session fees range from $50 to $80.

To schedule with Buffy or any of our other therapists, call us today at 469-342-3468!