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The Timberlake Center founder and lead counselor

Kristin Timberlake Rodriguez, LPC, M.A., M.Ed

Kristin Rodriguez, a Licensed Professional Counselor, received her undergraduate degree from the University of Texas at Austin and received a Master of Arts degree in Marriage and Family Counseling and a Master of Arts degree in Christian Education from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary.


Kristin specializes in counseling adolescents and their families. She has worked in a variety of settings from crisis intervention and sports therapy to private practice. She employs solid Biblical insight coupled with the finest in psychotherapeutic methods. 


She is genuinely practical in the application of her counseling, passing on the same hope and comfort that she has received from the Lord Jesus, "Praise be to the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, the Father of compassion and the God of all comfort who comforts us in all our troubles, so that we may comfort those in any trouble with the comfort we ourselves received from God." (II Cor. 1:4-5)

Our Practice


The Timberlake Center strives to provide the most professional and affordable counseling.

  • Founded on Christian principles

  • Nondenominational and unbiased, providing counseling to any person without discrimination or judgment

  • Complies with HIPPA guidelines and standards


Payment and fees:

  • Payment and Fees are to be paid at the end of each session.

  • Sessions are 50 minutes long. Individual sessions are $140 per session. Couples and Families are $150 per session. Fees for testing vary and will be discussed before test administration.

  • A 24-hour notice must be given if you are not able to make your session. Otherwise, you will be charged a cancellation fee. "No shows" are charged the full amount.

  • The Timberlake Center does not file with any insurance providers on the client's behalf. We will provide you with a Superbill that you can use to file with your provider,

Who Needs Counseling?


  • Those experiencing grief from death or divorce.

  • Families needing help communicating

  • Those wanting marital help.

  • Families and individuals dealing with trauma

  • Those trying to manage the pressures of team or individual sports.

  • Those dealing with abandonment or lack of attachment 

  • Those experiencing a crisis of faith.

  • Those suffering from anxiety, depression, or poor self-esteem.

  • Those dealing with co-dependence 

  • Those seeking premarital counseling.

  • Those dealing with addiction.

  • And many other reasons not listed here

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