Beginning 6/28/2021

Susan J Cardwell, M.A., LPC

1101 Scott Ave, #14

Wichita Falls, TX  76301

PH:940-312-9688      ​Fax:940-204-5420

Susan Cardwell is a vocal advocate for children, adolescents, families, and veterans through implementing Cognitive Therapy and through skills training with local agencies. Susan also volunteers for GiveAnHour to provide free counseling for Veterans and dependents, survivors of gun violence, and survivors of natural disasters.


My commitment is to work with you to identify your core belief and the thoughts your have that keep feeding that belief. You get to decide if you want to continue thinking that way or not. As a Certified Cognitive Behavior Therapist I'm trained to collaborate with you to teach you skills that could help you change the thoughts that maintain depression or anxiety resulting in behaviors that interfere with how you want to live your life. We explore situations that trigger you’re negative automatic thoughts and work together to modify those thoughts. You'll learn to rate your mood, and you'll learn skills to use over a life time to live a more fulfilling life. 

Training in Cognitive Behavior Therapy began in Graduate School in addition to meeting rigorous certification requirements of the Academy of Cognitive Therapy,  and ongoing training at the Beck Institute in Philadelphia. For example, in 2016, I was fortunate to participate in the Schizophrenia Recovery Model of Cognitive Therapy Workshop. December 2019, I was able to attend Dr. Norman Cotterell's workshop at the Beck Institute using CBT with Couples. 

SJCardwell Counseling & Consulting PLLC is privately owned. When you decide that you want me to join you on your journey you will be backed by the highest level of training and professional expertise. Call 940-312-9688 or click below to make an appointment or for more information about Consulting Services. 

Susan J Cardwell, M.A., LPC TX  Lic #19099


Stands against racism: 

Martin Luther King's challenge to the nation's social scientists and Racism Pandemic

Stands for Equity: Equality has to do with giving everyone the exact same resources, whereas equity involves distributing resources based on the needs of the recipients.

Stands for the rights of women: in Texas and the United States as provided in the U.S. Constitution. 

UPDATE 11/1/21

Services continue 100% telehealth, except for crisis counseling and meeting new clients face2face, as we embrace a 42% county vaccination rate and reduced infection rate. Let’s remain vigilant during the colder months and wash hands, follow ages 5-15 year old vaccination guidelines, and get COVID tested if you have flu-like symptoms.

New clients are accepted on a very limited basis as spaces open.   



Jan 1, 2022 Fee schedule revised to reflect regional insurance reimbursement guidelines. Self pay clients will receive written notification November 2021. Intake paperwork on line will reflect changes by Jan 2022.