Matthew provides individual psychotherapy, family and marital counseling, anger management and life skills counseling to individuals and groups, premarital counseling, and teen counseling. Matthew aims to make your counseling experience as fulfilling and meaningful as possible.
Matthew uses an integrative approach to therapy which allows him to customize a treatment plan that will be suited to your needs.
Matthew Evans, MA, LPC-Intern is a professional counselor in Plano, TX working under the supervision of Bob Fine, LPC-S.
Ben Salicco is a Licensed Professional Counselor Intern, supervised by Bob Fine Licensed Professional Counselor Supervisor. Ben is a contracted counselor for Fine Marriage and Family Therapy based out of Flower Mound, Texas. Ben has 5 years of experience working with individuals and couples who suffer from addiction, depression, anxiety as well as, trauma caused by emotional, sexual or physical abuse. He also has experience working with individuals diagnosed with personality disorders, with a special emphasis on borderline personality disorder and issues related to spiritual/religious abuse.
Bob Fine is a Licensed Professional Counselor-Supervisor specializing in couples, family and individual therapy, and maintains a private practice in Plano, TX and Flower Mound, TX. With over 20 years experience as a therapist, and as a Doctoral Student in Marriage and Family Therapy at Texas Woman's University in Denton, TX, he has gained education and experience that has allowed him the opportunity to work in a variety of settings. He has provided therapy and supervision at a psychiatric hospital, a battered women's shelter, a non-profit agency providing therapy and services to victims and low income clients, and has provided therapy to residents and supervision to therapists at a homeless shelter. He has worked in diverse capacities including as an inpatient unit therapist, working with batterers and victims of domestic violence and as a home study evaluator for county courts. He has also served as a clinical director, a clinical supervisor, an interim executive director of non-profit agencies, an adjunct professor at a community college and he has supervised LPC Interns working on state licensure requirements. Bob is currently providing services as a private practitioner working with a broad spectrum of clients. Some of his areas of expertise are working with couples, trauma, mood disorders, anxiety disorders, family violence, substance abuse and he continues to provide supervision to LPC-Interns.