Ashley Lundquist is a graduate of Texas Tech University. She has her Masters in Marriage and Family Therapy and is a Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselor. Ashley has been in recovery from drugs and alcohol since November of 2007. Her clinical interests include family and couples in recovery, trauma, and LGBTQ issues. Ashley believes thoroughly in long term treatment. In her free time, Ashley enjoys doing CrossFit and hanging out with her dogs, Baxter and Bailey.
J.J. has been involved in the field of addiction treatment since early in his own recovery. He has gained valuable experience in a myriad of roles including, Residential Technician Supervisor, and Case Management. J.J. embraces holistic practices and believes that anyone struggling with addiction can recover through proper treatment of mind, body, and spirit. His approach to healing includes helping another embody their feelings, thoughts, and perceptions from the inside out. He strives to help others access their authentic experience and process it emotionally, cognitively and spiritually.
Katrina Moore earned a Master of Arts in Counseling, specializing in Community Counseling, from the University of Texas at San Antonio in 2014. Katrina also earned a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology with a minor of Anthropology from the University of Texas at San Antonio in 2012.
Katrina has experience counseling individuals, couples, and family members in many different areas such as sexual abuse, domestic violence and trauma as well as mental health issues such as depression, anxiety and various personality disorders. Katrina uses relational cultural theory, motivational interviewing and some gestalt therapeutic techniques as she crafts interventions to bolster and empower her clients. Additionally, she also integrates a variety of therapeutic techniques such as mindfulness, cognitive behavioral therapies, solution focused therapies, strength based techniques and self-compassion exercises to tailor a treatment plan that will be most effective for each unique client she has the privilege of working with. Katrina has also worked with children using play therapy, art therapy and other creative counseling techniques that she often pulls from to create
Katrina is passionate about her clientele in recovery and incorporates a 12-step model within therapy to support individuals throughout their healing at Soba Texas.
Kevin Fox is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC), Licensed Chemical Dependence Counselor (LCDC), and a Nationally Certified Counselor (NCC) employed as a therapist for Soba Recovery Center in San Antonio, Texas. Kevin graduated with Distinguished Honors with a MA in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from Saint Mary’s University. Kevin also earned a BS in Psychology from the University of Texas at San Antonio. Kevin’s theoretical approach focuses on cognitive-behavioral therapy, solution focused therapy, and motivational interviewing to meet the client’s need. Kevin utilizes a variety of techniques focused on the client’s personal strengths, needs, and abilities for developing positive psychological functioning and fostering a holistic view on life and healing.
Kevin is originally from Indiana and a 1978 graduate of Brown County High School in Nashville, Indiana. Kevin went on to spend 21 years of active service in the U. S. Army as a combat medic and a hospital clinical technician. He has served in several leadership positions as a Non-Commissioned Officer in Charge of several medical clinics, a Medical Platoon Sergeant, a Battalion Medical Operations Non-commissioned Officer, and as a Detachment Sergeant for a Headquarters &Headquarters Company, 47th Forward Support Battalion, 1st Armored Division. Kevin served in several U.S. assignments. His overseas assignments include Korea, Germany, Kosovo, and Iraq. Kevin retired from the U. S. Army in 2004 and moved to Boerne, Texas with his family.
Lisa Aguilar earned a Master of Arts in Counseling, specializing in Community Counseling, from the University of Texas at San Antonio.
Lisa has experience counseling individuals, couples, and family members on many different stressors in life, including addictions, eating disorders, relationships, as well as mental health issues and other challenges. Lisa believes in the strengths of clients and utilizing these protective factors to explore new coping skills in treatment.
Lisa uses person-centered theory and solution-focused theory to guide her clients through these times of transition.
For the last 10 years, Robert has worked in a variety of modalities and theoretical approaches in the treatment of addiction and its underlying causes. For the last 6 years, Robert has been teaching Counseling Theory and Counseling Skills and Methods in San Antonio and his vast experience in effective drug and alcohol treatment includes both inpatient and Intensive Outpatient programs, both of which SOBA offers. Robert has over 230 hours of intense Group Psychotherapy, Psychodrama and Sociometry training, yet he is still committed to improving his ability to help others discover their own creativity, spontaneity as well as equipping them for successful lives of sobriety. Robert’s commitment to improving his own inner world has proven beneficial to helping others build that bridge to healthy and meaningful relationships with self and others.
Shannon has earned a Bachelor of Science Degree in Social Psychology from Park University and has been a Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselor for 6years. Shannon has worked in a variety of modalities and utilized several theoretical approaches in the treatment of addiction and its underlying causes. She has experience working with clients in residential, outpatient, and criminal justice settings. Shannon has worked with a number of different populations to include adolescents, adult men and women, families, and indigent young adult males. Shannon utilizes solution-focused strategies and integrates the 12-step philosophy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, and Motivational Interviewing into her sessions. Shannon seeks to empower clients by enabling them to gain a positive and healthy sense of self. Building a strong therapeutic relationship is important to Shannon and she’s views that as being a key element in the success of her client’s overall and ongoing success.