Family Counseling

Creating Connections

Recognizing that relationships are fundamental to the health and well-being of individuals, couples, families, and communities, our practice aims to support our clients in exploring the integral relationships in their lives. We work with clients in strengthening and building the relationship they have with themselves and others that help them create a happier, healthier life. 

Much of how we learn to view and interact with our world is first planted within our family. TWCF is a place where families struggling with connection, coping, or figuring out where they are heading can join together in a safe space to share, understand and problem-solve. Where there is strength in numbers, family members will have the opportunity to put forth a team effort to provide support for one another and work through life's most difficult challenges.


Family Connections


A free 12 week program for individuals who have a loved one struggling with regulating their emotions or have a diagnosis of BPD. 

The Woodlands Center for Families is proud to house a Family Connections group for the Woodlands and surrounding areas. This program is lead by enthusiastic,  volunteer family members who have been trained to teach skills and offer support in handling challenging situations that arise on a daily basis. They have walked in your shoes and are ready to help you on your own journey.

For full information about the program, follow the link:

To register for the program click here

2019 Dates of class (variations may apply and will be discussed in class):

August 27     6:00p - 8:30p

September 2, 9, 16, 23, 30 

Time: 6:00p – 8:00p

October 7, 14, 21, 28

6:00p – 8:00p

November 5,12   6:00p – 8:00p

To speak with a local Family Connections leader:

Email: Andrea McCole at

Or call: Tammy Crissman at 936-232-8272

AFTERCARE FOR family members and caregivers

A monthly group lead by a counselor for those wanting continued support.

Graduates of a family oriented DBT program are welcome to join our ongoing group particularly designed for loved ones to take the lead in problem solving, expressing needs and supporting one another while using their skills. 

A professional therapist will facilitate the conversation and offer support as needed. Our goal is to provide ongoing support and professional guidance as family members are using the tools they've learned and adjusting to changes and challenges.

Time and Fees

1st Monday of the month: 4-5 pm. 

Cost: $40 per week for up to 2 caregivers per family.

Please call to register prior to attending. Class size is limited to provide plenty of opportunity to ask questions, get feedback and share ideas with each other.

Call 832-702-7590 for more information