Susan E. Justitz, Ph.D.

Licensed Psychologist


Dr Justitz's therapy style is collaborative and welcoming.  She will help you recognize and unlock your own knowledge and strengths and you are as much a part of the process as she is.  She provides a safe, straight forward approach to therapy and she is passionate about her work.  Dr. Justitz combines cognitive behavioral strategies, which look at how thoughts, feelings, and behaviors are connected, with collaborative, person-centered approaches.  She emphasizes the positive and integrates empirically supported treatment options.  Dr. Justitz will help guide you and inspire you to make the life changes you want to make. 

Dr. Justitz provides psychological counseling to individuals, couples, and families.  Typical client concerns include:

Depression                                                                 Eating Disorders
Anxiety                                                                        Traumatic Experiences
Stress management                                                  Grief and Loss
Obsessive/Compulsive Disorder                             Parenting/Stepfamilies
Interpersonal Issues


Mindfulness is a topic you may have heard a lot about in the news lately and recent research has shown the physical and mental benefits of practicing mindfulness on a daily basis.  Benefits include lower stress, anxiety, and depression, improved concentration and focus, better emotional regulation and better overall health and well-being.  These benefits also apply to a trend you may have heard about called nature bathing.  I have links to articles at the bottom of this message.

Many of us want to be more mindful, but we don’t exactly know what it is or how to practice it.  I’ve put together a short introductory ‘seminar’ designed to help you understand mindfulness and how you might apply it to your life.  This seminar is absolutely free and it is open to anyone. 

The seminar will be held Saturday, October 13th from 8:30 – 9:30 a.m. near Katie’s Woods (1899 Katie’s Woods Loop) in Grapevine.  We will combine the activity of being in nature with the techniques of mindfulness while we take a short walk in the woods.  We will travel about .5 - 1 mile (at the most) so dress comfortably and wear closed toe shoes.

The workshop is free, but RSVP is required by Thursday, October 11th.   You can RSVP to me at 214-208-9460 or   I look forward to seeing you there.

In case you are interested in reading more, I’ve included a couple articles on mindfulness and nature bathing. (more scholarly)

New Patients

Health Insurance

Evening hours available.  

Call 214-208-9460 for scheduling.

I do not accept insurance payments. Cash, check and credit cards payments are accepted. 

Appointment Request

Currently accepting new patients. Click the forms button for the new patient paperwork.