Kara Schramm, M.A., LPC

Background and Experience 

Kara  works with children (3+), adolescents, adults, couples, and families.  Through her work at the Children’s Advocacy Center of Collin County,  Kara gained a passion for working with victims of trauma, child abuse  and neglect, domestic violence, family conflict, and unhealthy family  dynamics. Kara also enjoys helping those struggling with mental health  disorders, stressful life events, grief and loss, relationship and  family issues, parenting, and negative coping strategies. Kara provides  an individualized approach and creates a treatment plan based on the  needs of each client. Kara utilizes play therapy for young children and  activity-based therapy for older children and adolescents.

Personal Statement

Throughout  my education I always knew I wanted to help people, and it wasn’t long  before I decided the way I would do so is through counseling. I feel  blessed to be a part of each and every personal journey and love seeing  the growth and strength that is gained. I work with individuals to  identify current struggles, explore strengths and solutions, and develop  healthy ways of coping and healing. Using a solution-focused,  person-centered approach, I will join with you providing encouragement  to overcome personal obstacles and the empowerment to face whatever  challenges come your way.

Education and Training

Kara  earned her Bachelor of Science in Psychology and Child Learning and  Development from The University of Texas at Dallas. She earned her  Master of Arts in Professional Counseling from Amberton University. Kara  gained her clinical hours at the Children’s Advocacy Center of Collin  County providing therapy to children, adolescents, and adults in an  individual, family, or group setting. 


Kara  is in the office Monday through Thursday.


Session fees start at $140



Kara accepts Aetna, Baylor Scott & White, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Crime Victim's Compensation, and United Healthcare.  Kara is in the process of being contracted with Humana.