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Susan Jones, M.A., CRC, LMFT-S

Executive Director

Susan JonesSusan has more than 25 years of experience in international consulting, counseling, and training and development. She is a licensed marriage and family therapist and a certified rehabilitation counselor. Prior to accepting the position at The Woodlands UMC, Susan was president of Jones Counseling and Consulting and had served as interim executive director of Interfaith of The Woodlands.

Susan received her Master of Arts degree from The University of Texas at Austin. She works with individuals, couples and families to help them cope, heal and find hope when dealing with difficult life issues. Her clinical areas of expertise include adjustment, eating disorders, abuse, self-injury, infidelity, communication, trauma recovery, crisis intervention, marriage, premarital counseling, couples, bipolar disorder, depression, anxiety, coping with physical disabilities, stress, stepfamilies and strengthening families. She is person-centered and family-systems oriented. She respects the dignity, worth and uniqueness of each person. As with all Grace Point counselors, Susan offers Christ-centered counseling, but also works with clients from many different faiths. She has been an invited speaker for Sunday school classes, Bible studies and numerous organizations.

Dr. Mary Causey, Ph.D., LPC-S


Mary CauseyMary has a Bachelor of Science in education from the University of North Texas State, a Master of Education in curriculum and instruction from the University of Houston, a Master of Arts in counseling from Sam Houston State University, and a Ph.D. in counselor education from Sam Houston State University. She has worked in the counseling field since 1999 as a school counselor, counselor educator, counselor supervisor and a private practitioner. As well as being a therapist at Grace Point, Mary presently works as an adjunct counselor educator and supervisor for SHSU. Her credentials include certification in school counseling and Licensure as a Professional Counselor-Supervisor. As a clinician, Mary works with individuals, couples and groups.

Patricia Fairhurst, Ed.S., M.Ed., LPC


Patricia FairhurstPatricia Fairhurst has an Educational Specialist and Master of Education in rehabilitation counseling from the University of Missouri, both awarded in 1981, and a Bachelor of Arts in psychology from the University of Vermont, 1979. She is a Licensed Professional Counselor, Certified Rehabilitation Counselor and a Certified Case Manager. She has worked in the counseling field for over 20 years serving individuals and couples as well as those with disabilities and special needs. She provides individual, group, vocational rehabilitation, career counseling and consultation. Patricia’s goal is to assist individuals and families adjust and cope with the tremendous challenges placed before them. Her hope is that they may discover the hidden treasures and special blessings within their situation. She offers Christ-centered counseling while respecting each person’s individual journey.

Dana Futrell, M.A., LPC, NCC, LCDC-I


Dana FutrellDana has a Bachelor of Science in criminal justice and Master of Arts in counseling from Sam Houston State University. He has diverse counseling experience including working at a psychiatric hospital. Dana enjoys working with adolescents, adults, families and groups. He uses a wide variety of techniques as dictated by the needs of the client. His areas of focus include bipolar disorder, depression, anxiety, communication, adjustment and addiction. He also has served in prison ministry and international mission teams.

Dr. Annie Jones, Ph.D., LPC


Annie JonesAnnie is a Licensed Professional Counselor in Texas and Michigan. She earned a Ph.D. in counselor education from the University of Michigan, a Master of Arts in guidance and counseling from Eastern Michigan University, and a Bachelor of Science in pre-professional social work from Southern Illinois University. Dr. Jones’ professional practice extends over 30 years in counseling, supervision and consultation. Her clinical experiences include counseling individuals, couples, families and groups. People she sees are from diverse, ethnic, racial, socioeconomic and religious backgrounds. Clinical issues she can address include: anxiety, addiction, depression, relationships, family, trauma, academic performance, eating disorders, racial discrimination, and spiritual or religious challenges. Annie is a warm, engaging counselor and seeks to understand the whole person: physical, psychological, relational and spiritual. Dr. Jones was married for 32 years and is the proud mother of three children and three grandchildren. Her religious training started in The United Methodist Church, St. Louis, Missouri.

Margie Jordan, M.A., LPC, LMFT, CGS


Margie JordanMargie Jordan has a Bachelor of Science in business administration from Boston University, 1977, and is a Licensed Professional Counselor and Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist who graduated with honors from Sam Houston State University’s Counseling program with an emphasis on marriage and family counseling. In addition to education in counseling, Margie has a Certificate of Graduate Studies from Dallas Theological Seminary. She was one of the original members of Grace Point. She has been an active member of the Methodist church for 30 years and has led numerous Bible studies and Sunday school classes. Her primary interests are in marriage and family counseling, although she is trained in individual, couple, family and group counseling. She is married and has three grown children, and she brings a wealth of life experiences to her profession.

Cynthia Martinez, M.A., LMFT Associate


Cynthia MartinezCynthia has a Bachelor degree in psychology from the University of Texas. She has a Master of Science degree in marriage and family therapy from Our Lady of the Lake University in San Antonio. She has experience with women and domestic violence, youth, individuals, marriage and family. She also utilizes play therapy for children. Her supervisor is Susan C. Jones, M.A., CRC, LMFT-S.

Ashley Shell, M.S., LMFT, LPC


Ashley ShellAshley completed her undergraduate and graduate work at Our Lady of the Lake University, receiving a Bachelor of Arts in Human Science and a Master of Science in Marriage and Family Therapy. She is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist and Licensed Professional Counselor. Areas of clinical focus include parenting concerns, behavioral problems, emotional disturbance, family conflict, anxiety, depression, trauma, grief, adjustment, and pregnancy and postpartum issues. Ashley enjoys working with children, adolescents, individuals, families, and groups. She is passionate about helping individuals and families establish healthier patterns that promote growth and development. With a compassionate spirit she is able to engage clients in conversation that is comfortable and tailored to their preferred style of communication. Ashley has the unique ability to bridge the gap between adult conversation and teen slang.

Lisa Jennings

Office Manager


Dianne Reagan

Administrative Assistant


Vivian Moser-Garcia

Administrative Assistant