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Gina Namie, LMSW, Rockwall Heath Counseling, Rockwall Counselors, Counselor near me, therapist, Rockwall counseling, play therapy, marriage counseling

Gina Namie, LMSW

Integrative Mental Health Professional (IMHP),
Play Therapy Facilitator, ASD & Special Needs Care

Gina sees clients In-Person

Children 5+

Teen and Young Adults


Women and Men

Gina has been serving clients with a focus as an Autism and Special Needs provider. Through the facilitation of play therapy interventions and cognitive-based interventions she treats children and adults. 

Gina is a Parent Coach, Mind-Gut Health and Sexual Assault/Abuse Victim Advocate as well as:

  • Anxiety

  • ADHD

  • Autism Spectrum 

  • Boundary issues

  • Depression

  • Domestic violence victim advocacy

  • Family issues

Contact Gina:
Gina is not accepting new clients at this time. For direct contact please call or email:

  • Grief support

  • Healing from sexual assault/abuse

  • Homeschool families

  • Parenting

  • Parents of Kids with Disabilities & On the Spectrum

  • School issues

  • Self-Esteem

  • Special needs parent navigation support

  • Special education support 

  • Spirituality and religion

  • Teen issues

A Message from Gina:

I feel that every person has some type of unique internal work to do in order to find joy, purpose, abundance, and faithful meaning in their lives.  It is vital to establish a connection for healing and growth to occur with my clients.  If you found your way here, our paths were meant to connect. You are not alone. I am so grateful and honored to provide a safe place to process all of life.  It's truly a privilege to walk alongside with children, teens, young adults, and their families on their path towards hope. It is also my hope to empower parents to advocate for their child's mental health and education. Reach out today and let's get started. 


Gina Namie is a Licensed Master Social Worker who received her degree in Social Work with a specialization in  School Social Work at Loyola University. Having five years’ experience working in the Chicago Public School System, she has enjoyed working with clients from all walks of life. In addition, she received her training working with  sexual assault and domestic violence victim advocacy. 


She believes in the importance of creating authentic relationships with her clients by using empathy, trust, humor, and honesty in her sessions. Gina’s therapeutic approach is providing an open, safe, nonjudgmental space for people to experience acceptance and collaboration to create change. She looks at the whole person through a  

holistic lens when addressing change. Gina works to provide insight and tools like mindfulness and emotions regulation skills to help a person grow and create healthy lifestyle changes while  maintaining appropriate boundaries.  


Some specific areas of work she is passionate about treating are: anxiety and panic, Autism Spectrum Disorder, ADHD, depression, trauma, sexual assault advocacy, grief, navigating being a  special needs parent, and empowering parents to advocate for their children’s health and  education. 

On most days, you will find Gina enjoying spending time with her family outdoors. She is married  to her husband for nine years and they have four beautiful children. She is an avid reader and  spin/cycling enthusiast. She is passionate on being on the forever journey of learning and growing.

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