Tiffany Smith is the Clinical Director of Tiffany Smith Counseling, Inc. Mrs. Smith is also a Partner and Site Supervisor for Flower Mound Counseling, PLLC. She received her Master’s Degree in Marriage and Family Therapy and is currently pursuing her PhD in Marriage and Family Therapy at Texas Woman’s University. Additionally, she is Certified in Animal Assisted Therapy and works alongside her trusted dog “Scout.”
She has worked helping families in private practice since 2010. Before opening her private practice, she worked with aging and disabled adults in long-term care facilities, non-profit community agencies, psychiatric inpatient programs, families involved with Child Protective Services, and a reintegration program for teens involved with the Juvenile Justice System.
Tiffany is married, has two children, and volunteers for local organizations in DFW. She was nominated by her colleagues for the Daily Points of Light Award for her volunteer work with military families through the Organization GiveAnHour. Additionally, she previously served on the Board of Directors for Cumberland Presbyterian Children’s Home. Tiffany has written numerous articles for North Texas Child and Dallas Child Magazine and is also the featured Marriage and Family Expert for the community on FlowerMoundFamily.com She was awarded “Best Child Psychologist of Flower Mound” in 2015 and 2016.
To schedule an appointment with Tiffany, please call (972) 899-1848 or email email@example.comDownload my Curriculum Vitae
Tiffany is a Licensed Professional Counselor Supervisor, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist Supervisor, and National Certified Counselor. She served as a workshop presenter at the Texas Association of Marriage and Family Therapy Conference in 2006.
Marriage and Family Therapy Book – Tiffany Co-Authored “Strategic Family Therapy” and “Multiculturalism in Family Therapy” chapters in the textbook Marriage and Family Therapy: A Practice Oriented Approach (Springer Publishing, 2010).
Tiffany is also a member of the American Association of Marriage and Family Therapy, Texas Association of Marriage and Family Therapy, and American Counseling Association.