Jo Anne “Jo” Newton 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.

Tramaine Williams LPC 

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Specializes in credentialing and billing for practitioners as well as mentoring peers in learning how to stream line back office details. Works with young children dealing with behavior issues, women and children with trauma and in crisis. 

Jennie Johnson LPC-Associate
Supervised By Jo Newton LPC-S


Jennie graduated from Southern Methodist University in 1984 and earned a master’s degree from SMU in 1990.  In 2019, she earned her Master of Education in Counseling from Texas A & M- Central Texas. Jennie is currently a Licensed Professional Counselor Associate (LPC-A), with a background in working with children. Spending 25 years in elementary education, she has worked with children dealing with trauma, anxiety, depression, suicidal ideation and grief. Most recently, she has served as a grief counselor at Camp Agape, a non-profit Christian bereavement camp for children and families, and previously served on the Board of Directors. Her background includes extensive exposure to military children and families, service to CASA and to families dealing with addiction of all types. With a goal to serve Christ and give comfort to clients, the scripture that guides her service is “For I know the plans I have for you,” declares the Lord, “plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future.” Jeremiah 29:11. Jennie resides in Georgetown, Texas with her husband and son.

Daaiyah(Di Di)Mauras LMFT Associate
Supervised By Dr. Paula Boros LMFT-S


Di-Di is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist Associate  (LMFT-A) who has mastered the critical skills of communication and active listening, management and leadership, and time management and organization throughout her professional career. She had the opportunity to first use those skills while serving our country in the United States Army. Di-Di graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Psychology and Master of Arts in Marriage and Family Therapy from Texas A & M- Central Texas. She approaches her Marriage and Family clients who long to overcome personal obstacles and achieve life goals from a systemic perspective while providing comprehensive and holistic treatment. Her range of clientele includes soldiers, children and adolescents, parents, couples and anyone looking to improve unsatisfactory relationships

Christina Ravenel LPC-Associate
Supervised By Jo Newton LPC-S


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 with Copperas Cove ISD. As a former Army child and spouse, she is familiar with military culture. Her counseling background includes using play therapy with children, working with military spouses and geriatric patients. She has also worked with groups doing cognitive restructuring.