Our Counselors – Georgetown, TX

Amanda Johnson

Amanda Johnson, PsyD, LP

** Amanda is available for online sessions

Amanda Johnson has been a practicing psychologist since 2007. She received her undergraduate degree in psychology at the University of Texas at Austin and her master’s and doctorate degrees in clinical psychology at the University of Denver. As part of her doctorate work, she earned specialty minors in assessment and forensic psychology. She has served as the Director of the Texas Psychological Association’s Division of Forensic Practice. She has served the Georgetown area in private practice since 2011, and previously worked at the Central Texas Veterans Health Care System (VA), Colorado Assessment and Treatment Center, Regis University, and Catholic Charities.

Amanda’s approach to therapy is based on several therapeutic models, including Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Cognitive Behavioral (CBT), and Relational. She uses a collaborative, goal directed approach, meaning that you will work with her together to identify your specific treatment goals and regularly evaluate how well therapy is helping you to reach those goals. An individualized plan is developed based on your unique needs; there are no “cookie cutter” approaches. Amanda enjoys working with individuals of various backgrounds, ethnicities, sexual orientations, and religious beliefs.

Amanda provides individual therapy in the following specialty areas:

  • Military, veterans, and families
  • Stress and Anxiety Management
  • Mood Disorders
  • Life Transitions
  • Mindfulness
  • Relaxation Training
  • Sleep Disorders
  • Management of Chronic Health Disorders, including Chronic Pain

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Ashley Rogers

Ashley Rogers, LCSW

** Ashley is available for online sessions

Ashley Rogers is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with a Masters of Social Work from Stephen F. Austin State University. She works with individuals, couples, adolescents, and adults.

Ashley has worked in many different areas of the mental health field, including the U.S. Air Force, first responders, inpatient hospitals, and a crisis response team, but her passion is working with individuals with trauma. Trauma, especially experienced in childhood, can impact many different aspects of one’s life, even in adulthood. Unresolved trauma can cause many health issues such as depression, anxiety, PTSD, substance abuse, and many physical health issues as well. Ashley uses a combination of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Cognitive Processing Therapy, and Accelerated Resolution Therapy to guide clients through their healing journey.

Ashley believes that her clients know the answers to their questions, but need the right questions asked of them in order to find those answers. Her work with her clients is client-led, person-centered, and collaborative. She believes that a strong, therapeutic relationship is vital for her clients’ success.  Ashley uses her clients’ goals and strengths to empower them to reach their goals. She also understands that asking for professional help comes with stigma, regardless of your background; however, it can also be the most liberating thing one can do for themselves. She believes that no matter what your past looks like, it does not have to define you. It is never too late to live the life you want and deserve!

Ashley’s Specialties:

  • Veterans, Active Duty Military, Law Enforcement, First Responders
  • Career/College Counseling
  • Life Transitions
  • Trauma/PTSD
  • Abuse (adult/childhood), Physical/emotional/sexual abuse
  • Abandonment
  • Adoption/Foster care
  • Dual diagnosis (substance abuse and mental health diagnoses)
  • Mood disorders-depression/anxiety
  • Bipolar disorder
  • Stress Management
  • Borderline personality disorder
  • Relationship issues
  • Women’s Issues
  • Self-esteem
  • Self-care
  • Personal growth
  • Co-dependency

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Justin Scaffa

Justin Scaffa, Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner

** Justin is available for online sessions

Justin Scaffa is a Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner and Reserve Army 66R.  He graduated from the University of Texas with a master’s degree in nursing and a portfolio in geriatrics.  Justin is available for online med management.

His experience includes work in hospital psychiatric emergency, inpatient and intensive outpatient drug rehabilitation and detoxification programs, group homes for patients with intellectual disability, and tele-psychiatry.  He also works as a US Army Reserves as Clinic Officer in Charge and Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner.

Justin works with adolescents, adults, and retirees.  He also has extensive experience working with veterans and PTSD.  He is a regular presenter at the Texas Nurse Practitioner Conference where he speaks about mental health and substance use.

Justin’s medication management specialties include:

  • Dementia
  • Deprescribing
  • Depression
  • Dual Diagnosis
  • Impulse Control disorders
  • Medication Management
  • Mood disorders
  • Obsessive Compulsive (OCD)
  • Personality disorders
  • Phobias
  • Psychotic disorders
  • Sleep issues

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Stephanie Vidrine

Stephanie Vidrine, PhD, LP, LSSP

** Stephanie is available for online sessions

Dr. Vidrine is a licensed psychologist with more than 12 years of experience as a Licensed Specialist in School Psychology, who is now in private practice. She obtained her master’s/specialist’s degree in School Psychology from Texas State University in 2002, working in central Texas public schools for 12 years. After obtaining her Ph.D. from Texas A&M University, she returned to central Texas to complete a clinical psychology internship with Baylor Scott & White in Temple, Texas focusing on children and adolescents. Stephanie specializes in providing in-depth evaluation, consultation, and therapy tailored to the needs of those she serves. With her expertise in school-related matters, she is an excellent resource for parents, professionals, and school district personnel as well.

Dr. Vidrine has worked with families from a variety of ethnic and socioeconomic backgrounds including military (active-duty and veteran), Spanish-speaking, and bilingual with diverse strengths and needs. For those coping with chronic health conditions (such as diabetes, migraine, or pediatric pain), she can partner with families and physicians to develop wrap-around care and management plans. Dr. Vidrine uses a biopsychosocial framework for developing client-centered assessment and treatment plans. She works with parents, children, tweens, teens, and young adults in Georgetown and the surrounding areas.

Expertise in assessment of:

  • Autism and related disorders
  • Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD)
  • Behavior problems/disorders
  • Bilingualism
  • Dyslexia/Reading disability
  • Executive function
  • Emotional/mood disorders
  • Learning disorders
  • Neuropsychological needs

Specialties and issues treated:

  • ADHD
  • Anxiety
  • Autism spectrum disorder
  • Behavioral therapy
  • Cognitive-behavioral therapy
  • Depression
  • Educational consultation
  • Obsessive-compulsive disorder
  • Parenting/Parent training
  • Separation anxiety

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Linda Mikesic, LCSW/LCDC

** Linda is available for online sessions

Linda is licensed in clinical social work and as a chemical dependency counselor. She graduated from the University of Texas at Austin majoring in Psychology. She went on to obtain her Master's in Social Work from the Texas State University. Linda has treated hundreds of clients and their families for the past 18 years who have struggled with both addiction and mental health issues.   Linda believes in treating the entire family system when possible. She also believes that it is important to get to the core issues that are often underlying the addiction. Linda finds exploration of family of origin roles and rules helpful in relation to behaviors in the present. Becoming aware of survival mechanisms can help clients understand how they learned to survive by self-medicating with substances or other compulsive behaviors without attaching shame. In her work with clients she emphasizes staying safe in the present by learning diverse positive coping strategies to help manage triggers and stress. Linda has experience working in individual therapy, group therapy, and family therapy. Her clinical experience includes working in residential settings, outpatient settings, as well as adolescent group homes.

Linda specializes in the following domains:

  • Addiction
  • Dual Diagnosis
  • Co-dependency
  • Crisis and Trauma (PTSD)
  • DBT
  • EMDR
  • Bipolar Disorder
  • Couples Counseling
  • Relationship Issues
  • Anxiety and Depression


Linda utilizes diverse approaches to meet the client where they are and individualizes treatment to promote success and positive change for all clients served.

Articles by Linda:
Why is asking for help so hard?

An interview with Linda:

How do I know if I have a substance use disorder or a process addiction?

In general, if you are having problems in any major life area (i.e. family or legal problems) that correlates with the compulsive behavior, you may be developing an addiction. The development of an addiction may be occurring when the change of behaviors such as drinking, sex, codependency, workaholism, eating, drug abuse, gambling, gaming, internet use or chatting become obligatory and you find that you are spending more and more time in that behavior. It is repeating the same behaviors over and over that do not work and expecting different results.

What is recovery?

Recovery involves acceptance of the situation followed by change and transformation. Recovery is highly personal and what works for one individual may be different than what works for the next person.

What should I treat first, my addiction or my depression?

It is important to treat both the addiction and the mental health together.

Why is it sometimes important to go to the past in therapy? I thought I was supposed to stay in the present?

When past events impact your present world, such as having low self -esteem or you are self-medicating with substances or other destructive behaviors to avoid emotional pain, it can be helpful to work through these issues to become more present and less defined by your past.

What can I do to help my loved one who is struggling from an addiction?

It will be vital to learn the difference between healthy support and toxic enabling. Being consistent with one’s boundaries, allowing natural consequences to occur, and getting your own support is essential to the change process.

What is codependency?

Anything that takes you away from your own feelings is codependency. The focus is on the other person rather than on yourself. You become obsessed on what the other person is doing or not doing. Your needs rarely get identified or met.

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Lindsey Stockton

Lindsey Stockton, LPC

** Lindsey is available for online sessions

Lindsey Stockton is a Licensed Professional Counselor that specializes in children, adolescents and their families.  Her goal is to strengthen the relationships within your family in order to reduce the issues and stress that have found their way into your lives.

Lindsey is trained in CPR-T (Child Parent Relationship Therapy) and she is a registered trainer in Texas for Play Therapy.  In her work, she also utilizes Sandtray Therapy, Solution Focused, and CBT (Cognitive Behavioral Therapy).

Lindsey holds a Masters of Arts in counseling from Texas State University in San Marcos, TX.  She has many years of experience in the foster care and adoption industries within Texas where she focused on issues of attachment, grief, substance abuse, and anxiety.

Lindsey’s philosophy stems from the idea that positive change begins with the relationship.  With her help, your family will learn how to relate and support each other in the best possible manner for the highest potential outcome!

Lindsey specializes in the following domains:

  • Attachment Disorder
  • Depression & Anxiety
  • Mood Disorders
  • Limit Setting and Boundaries
  • Parent Training
  • Substance Abuse
  • Case Management
  • Bereavement and Loss
  • Oppositional Defiant Disorder
  • Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
  • Abandonment
  • Phobias
  • Trauma

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Absolutely love everything about Lindsey. She is amazing with my son (age 6). It has helped him so so so much ...Read more

and helped me parent the way he needs. I am so glad we were able to start seeing her and continue seeing her. He loves going to therapy and since we started his behavior has become so much better. Being a single mom of two, I'm glad he get specific attention from someone who cares. Thank you! I would give 10 stars if I could.

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When my husband and I went to see Linda we were falling apart. She provided the tools we needed to pick up the...Read more

pieces and heal our marriage. She is very knowledgeable, kind, compassionate, and tough when she needs to be. She is a blessing from God to us and I would highly recommend her.

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Lindsey was so helpful in helping our child navigate what he was going through.

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