Tiffany N. Smith, PhD, LMFT-S, LPC-S, NCC
Dr. Smith is a partner and the Clinical Site Supervisor with Flower Mound Counseling and Tiffany Smith Counseling, Inc. She has been serving the mental health needs of the DFW community in private practice since 2010. Tiffany obtained her Ph.D. from Texas Woman’s University in Marriage and Family Therapy. Before working with Flower Mound Counseling, 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.
Dr. Smith’s passion is helping people to find joy and fun in their lives again. She strives to give hope to those who feel their problems are hopeless. As a Marriage and Family Therapist, her goal is to promote hope and healing for the entire family. Tiffany encourages all family members to attend sessions regardless of age and has experience working with ages 0-97. She offers individual and family therapy sessions for children and adults. Her specializations include working with families facing Grief and Loss, Adjustment difficulties, Divorce, Blended Families, Parenting Issues, Adoption, ADHD, Family Conflict, Depression, and Anxiety.
Dr. Smith is a Licensed Professional Counselor Supervisor, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist Supervisor, and National Certified Counselor. She is licensed in both Texas and New Mexico. Tiffany offers face-to-face sessions in DFW and telemental health sessions to individuals and families in Texas and New Mexico. She also provides clinical supervision to Graduate student interns, LPC Associates, and LMFT Associates.
Additionally, she has served as a workshop presenter at various therapy conferences and offers continuing education courses for other mental health clinicians. Tiffany has numerous publications, including Virtual Family Play Therapy: A Clinician’s Guide to using Directed Family Play Therapy in Telemental Health (2021) and co-authoring “Strategic Family Therapy” and “Multiculturalism in Family Therapy” chapters in the textbook Marriage and Family Therapy: A Practice-Oriented Approach (Springer Publishing, 2010). She is also a member of the American Association of Marriage and Family Therapy, Association for Play Therapy, and American Counseling Association.
Tiffany is married, has two children, and volunteers for local organizations. Her colleagues nominated her for the Daily Points of Light Award for her volunteer work with military families through the Organization GiveAnHour. Tiffany has written numerous articles for North Texas Child Magazine and was awarded “Best Child Psychologist of Flower Mound” in 2015 and 2016.
To schedule an appointment with Dr. Smith, please call the office at (972) 899-1848 or email firstname.lastname@example.orgDownload 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 Smith is a psychotherapist with her own practice and a great deal of experience working with veterans, not only members of the military who served in Iraq and Afghanistan wars but also World War II veterans. Read More Here
How Healthy Is Your Child?
Article by Tiffany Smith. From hospitals and family medicine to nutrition and chiropractors, our editors have compiled the list that really matters to mom, a.k.a. chief healthcare decision maker. Includes our Mom Approved health care provider nominations, chosen by moms for moms. Read More Here
Virtual Family Play Therapy: A Clinician’s Guide to using Directed Family Play Therapy in Telemental Health
Article published by Tiffany Smith. The field of marriage and family therapy was founded by innovators and pioneers, taking the practice of individual psychotherapy and making it systemic. Due to the impact of COVID-19, we now need further advancement by systemic therapists for telemental health services. Read More Here
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.