Jason Mills


Jason joined Meier Clinics in 2015. His counseling theories are biblically-based, utilizing mainly cognitive behavioral, person-centered, and psychodynamic techniques. However, each client is different, and Jason’s techniques are tailored to their individual needs. Jason believes in the power of Scripture to transform people’s lives and achieve the life changes needed to get through psychological ailments and periods of tribulations.

Jason mainly works in the following treatment areas with individuals and groups: ADHD, video game and internet obsession, geriatric issues, anxiety, depression, premarital and marital, trauma recovery, and grief.

“Helping people get through difficult times in their lives has always excited me. I have a passion for people who are hurting, and I enjoy walking with them through the therapeutic process. I use the Bible as my foundation for how I utilize therapeutic techniques, though I do not force my beliefs on others. I believe in treating the whole person psychologically, spiritually, and physically as all three are connected. To ignore the effects of just one of these does a disservice to whom I am serving. Therapy is a collaborative process and I strive to empower clients to achieve a more fulfilling life.”

Prior to coming to Meier Clinics, Jason worked with geriatrics in nursing homes, and other age groups in private practice. CBT and person-centered techniques were used to assist geriatrics with issues relevant to their life stage, including grief, losses of functioning and independence, emotional fluctuations, and Alzheimer’s/dementia. Psychodynamic, CBT, and eclectic techniques were employed to help individuals with depression, anxiety, trauma, and grief.

Jason received his Bachelor of Science in Psychology from Texas A&M University in 2003. His Master of Arts in Counseling was obtained at Dallas Theological Seminary in 2012.

Jason enjoys spending time with his family, playing video games, and participating in the care ministry at his church.

Insurance Accepted: Aetna PPO/HMO, Baylor Scott and White, BCBS, Cigna PPO/HMO, UHC, Humana,

Ages Seen: 18+ (exceptions made for teens with video game obsessions)