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Jo Harrison MEd LPC-S EAT


 Jo Anne “Jo” Harrison graduated with a BA in Education, History and Psychology from the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor, then earned her Master of Education in Counseling from Tarleton State University. Her professional career included many years in the public schools as a guidance counselor. While in the middle and high schools, she enjoyed working with adolescents and young women. She spent years helping young women become empowered, encouraged and focused. Depression, adjustment disorders and eating disorders are among the issues Jo has addressed, and has realized considerable success in these areas of counseling.

 Jo is a Christian counselor, ordained minister, and active in her church. She relies on her faith as the foundation of her practice, and has counseled and served in multiple outreach programs to include Boys and Girls Club, Transforming Life Center, and Hope for the Hungry.

A native of Killeen, Jo has a strong appreciation for and connections with Ft. Hood and the military community. Her experience with adolescents from military families has made her knowledgeable of their unique issues. Jo offers equine assisted therapy as a therapeutic approach, and has shown wonderful results.

Christina Ravenel LPC


Christina graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Psychology and Sociology from Drury University, and a Master of Science in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Texas A&M University-Central Texas. While working on her graduate degree, Christina was a 1st grade teacher. She is a former Army child and spouse and is familiar with military culture. Her counseling background includes using play therapy with children, working with military spouses and service members, substance abuse and couples. She has also worked with groups doing cognitive restructuring. 

April Lyons LPC Associate 
Supervised by Jo Harrison LPC-S

Killeen & Telehealth

April has a Bachelor of Arts degree in Behavioral Health with a concentration in Psychology from New York Institute of Technology, Master of Arts in Adult Education from Trident University, and Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health from LeTourneau University. She is also an Army Veteran which is where she spent her earlier years of working with men and women in uniform. April has experience helping people in a variety of settings and life circumstances that span from education to families and individuals in crisis. She enjoys working with men, women, and couples to help them to identify issues, confront perspectives, overcome obstacles, and find meaning. April is also passionate about helping those dealing with faith. As a Christian, and active in her church as an intercessor, she is principled with an approach that is grounded within her own faith. From this foundation, April created a method that helps identify cycles and routines that people persevere through, as we go in and out of life’s changes.  

Amy Museka LPC Associate
Supervised by Jo Harrison LPC-S


Amy holds a Bachelor of Integrated Studies in Interpersonal Communication from Murray State University and a Master of Science in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Grand Canyon University. Growing up as a military dependent and later becoming a spouse of a Service Member, Amy has had the opportunity to meet people from diverse backgrounds and cultures. Despite these differences, she discovered a common thread in navigating life in an ever-changing environment. Her experience as a Human Resources Assistant has deepened her understanding of the complexities of a service-connected life for active-duty Soldiers, retired Soldiers, veterans, civilian employees, and their family members, further strengthening her ties to the military community. Through her experiences, Amy realized the importance of mental health counseling and the value of empathetic and passionate mental health professionals. In her work with clients, Amy aims to help them understand the implications of trauma, unhealthy thought processes, the significance of a healthy sense of self, and the importance of self-care.

Brianna Marzett  LPC Associate
Supervised by Jo Harrison LPC-S

Houston area/Telehealth
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Brianna C. Marzett graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Health Promotion and a minor in religious studies and holds a Master of Arts in Counseling from Houston Graduate School of Theology.  She is a former military dependent and a native of Killeen/Ft. Hood. Brianna has over 10 years in education with most of her time spent in the inner-city school districts of Houston, TX as a special education teacher and department chair. She currently works as a Student Support Counselor for Yes Prep Public Schools. Her counseling background includes working with women as a fitness and lifestyle coach, adolescent and family counseling, and preventative/intervention group counseling and while taking a humanistic and eclectic approach to therapy.

Kevin Serfass
EMDR Specialist

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