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Supervised by Dr. Carole Gilmore

If you have any questions or concerns regarding the Associate you are receiving counseling services from, you may contact their supervisor, Dr. Carole Gilmore, via email:

Jean Castle, MS, NCC, LPC Associate
White Castle Therapy

Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice
Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling

To schedule an appointment with Jean call or send an email:
(940) 437-0921

Potentially great people have moments in their lives when they need someone who can hold space for them. Someone who will listen without judgement. I see great people every day who need someone to be that person and I work with them on their life journey. My gift is helping clients see new perspectives, rewrite narratives in their lives, and discover self-awareness. Working towards healthy perceptions of self and building strong relationships helps my clients to establish a more capable, peaceful, and safe environment. 

Individuals, couples, and families need specialized approaches for their unique situations so my therapeutic approaches are solution focused, CBT, narrative, positive psychoanalysis, and I work from a strength-based perspective. I graduated from Midwestern State University 2022 with a Masters of Art in clinical mental health counseling. I became a therapist because I have a passion for helping others see the wonder in themselves. I believe in you and I am here to support you by addressing the challenges you encounter. I’m excited to work with you on discovering what life is doing for you.   


I’m trained in multiple therapies (like CBT and DBT) that will assist us in identify the thoughts and patterns that are not working to get you where you want to be. When we can change a situation together, we will. When we can’t, we’ll find a way to look at it differently. Sometimes a small shift in perspective can change your entire life.


I welcome people dealing with all types of issues, including military and law enforcement matters, trauma, infidelity, LGBTQ challenges, ADHD, grief, and domestic violence. I know therapy can feel intimidating. I want to make it easier for you, by offering safety, acceptance and even humor when you need it. Contact me or visit my website to set up a free consultation and see how I can help.

Kelly R. Thompson, MS, NCC, LPC Associate
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