Affordable Therapy Options
Supportive. Affordable. Impactful.
If you are looking for affordable counseling, Alamo Ranch Counseling and Wellness can help with our counselors-in-training. Student counselors are available to provide counseling services at a fraction of the cost of traditional therapists and are highly supervised.
These students are in the last phase of their Master’s program, have completed their core coursework, and are eager to help you work through your concerns. Our counseling students meet with their supervisors weekly to discuss effective ways to help their clients. Affordable therapy with student counselors is a great way to obtain help while paying significantly less for services.
Affordable therapy is necessary for those who need counseling services but are unsure how to afford it. Alamo Ranch Counseling and Wellness provides affordable therapy with supervised graduate student interns eager to help the community.
Affordable Rate Pricing
- Individual Session: $40
- Couple/Family Session: $50
If you cannot afford these rates, please reach out to us to understand your unique situation.
Please note: You will not be able to seek insurance reimbursement while working with a student counselor.
Student Intern-Supervised by Whitni Toson, MA, LPC-S
Summer Robertson is a Clinical Mental Health Counseling graduate student at St. Mary’s University. She completed her bachelor’s degree in psychology at Pennsylvania State University. Summer has experience with many different presenting problems, cultures, and ages. More specifically, she has spent a lot of time working with clients dealing with depression, anxiety, emotion regulation issues, forgiveness, and communication skills. Summer has also worked with many people living with borderline personality disorder and panic disorder.
Regardless of the presenting problem, Summer always believes that the client is the expert of themselves. She strives to help every client live an authentic life. While she primarily utilizes Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT) in her sessions, Summer continually researches the most effective evidence-based practices for each client.
Summer originates from the Metro Detroit area in Michigan and has resided in San Antonio for three years. She enjoys spending her free time engaged in anything creative (with her most recent indulgence being cross-stitching), playing video games on her PC, and spending time with her two black cats (Maisie and Zim).
James D. Grisham
James is a Marriage and Family Therapist graduate student at Touro University and completed his BA at Arizona State University.
James is dedicated to helping those who find themselves in situations that seem impossible to overcome. He believes an abundant and joy-filled life is available for those who seek to change unhealthy patterns in their lives and improve their relationships. James has over 25 years of experience in corporate management and is compassionate with those struggling with juggling career and family and managing both stresses.
James’ wide range of experience includes parenting, marriage, trauma, grief, crisis, depression, anxiety, co-dependency, anger management, addiction, men’s issues, sexual disorders and issues, and group therapy.
He has been married for nine years, has one teenage daughter and two parrots, and he wholeheartedly believes in continuing education.
Hollyn "Holly" Ledman
Hollyn joins Alamo Ranch Counseling and Wellness as a Liberty University graduate student. Hollyn obtained her bachelor’s degree in special education from Liberty University in 2019 and entered her master’s in clinical mental health counseling program in 2020. She previously worked as a school-based therapist with children ages 5-12. She thoroughly enjoyed working collaboratively with students, teachers, and parents in order to best benefit her students’ well-being both at home and in the classroom. Hollyn is working under the direct supervision of Whitni Toson as a therapist intern; she is eager to broaden her scope of knowledge as she continues her path toward becoming a licensed professional counselor.
Hollyn’s primary clinical interests include holistic therapy, cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), and art therapy. She is passionate about helping clients who have endured trauma, burnout, anxiety, depression, and chronic illness through integrative therapy modalities. Hollyn is devoted to promoting growth, resilience, and long-term healing by creating a customized therapeutic experience that caters to each client’s individual needs.
Hollyn enjoys Lagree Pilates, spending quality time with her pets, and going on nature walks in her free time. She is also fond of traveling, immersing herself in new cultures and customs, and experiencing the local cuisine wherever she goes.
Ashley Wilbanks is a Marriage and Family Counseling graduate student at Liberty University. She received her bachelor’s degree at the University of Texas at San Antonio, where she gained her experience with different cultures while facilitating a women’s group. She is a mother of six children. Ashley is very passionate about maternal mental health and wellness, along with helping people find their strength to conquer life struggles.
Ashley loves to travel, which was established by growing up in a military family. She loves to camp and go on new adventures with her friends and family. She is currently facilitating motherhood support groups through Alamo Ranch Counseling and Wellness.