Kim House

Hello, my name is Kim House.  I began my counseling career in 1998 after graduating with my Master’s Degree in Counseling, with a specialty in Play Therapy from the largest play therapy training program in the world, the University of North Texas. I have my Bachelor’s degree from Baylor University, majoring in Psychology. My career began at MHMRA of Houston, where I provided home-based therapy to children and families throughout the Houston area. In addition, I provided parenting training to parents as well as to various daycare organizations.  I later moved on to provide counseling in the school-setting to children attending Pre-K to 5th grade in a small town in Oklahoma. From there, I spent the next 11 years working as a clinician at Genesis Women’s Shelter and Support in Dallas providing therapy to women and children/teens who had been exposed to domestic violence (physical, emotional/verbal, and sexual abuse).  I also facilitated parenting classes during this time in order to equip parents with the necessary tools to strengthen the parent-child relationship.  After leaving Genesis, I joined a practice in McKinney with a group of therapists and used Play Therapy as the primary modality of treatment with my clients.  In addition, I used activity therapy/expressive arts with the pre-teen population.  I am so excited to be a part of Brave Space and look forward to continuing my work with children and families to help them reach their goals.  I feel that working in various environments (home setting, school, and office) throughout my career has benefited me greatly as a clinician. I am a member of the Association for Play Therapy, Texas Association for Play Therapy, and North Texas Chapter of the Association for Play Therapy.

My areas of expertise include play therapy (ages 2 and up) and parenting training. I have had extensive experience working with an array of mental health issues including grief/loss, abuse, depression, anxiety, self-esteem, domestic violence, trauma, ADD/ADHD, and parent-child relationship issues to name a few.

I have a passion working with children and I have seen firsthand how the power of play can have such a positive impact on a child’s life.  Play therapy utilizes play, a child’s natural way of communicating in the world, to help them express their thoughts and feelings more easily through the use of toys rather than words.

When I am not working, I enjoy reading, exercising, traveling, and spending time with my husband and son. 

Contact me today to get started on a path towards a more peaceful home.

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Licensing & Certification

  • Licensed Professional Counselor Supervisor (LPC-S)
  • Registered Play Therapist (RPT)


  • Master of Education in Counseling,
    University of North Texas (Denton)
  • Bachelor of Arts in Psychology,
    Baylor University (Waco)

Treatment Specialties

  • Abuse
  • Anxiety
  • Attachment Issues
  • Bullying
  • Child Counseling
  • Depression
  • Domestic Violence
  • Family Issues
  • Grief/Loss
  • Parent-Child Relationship Issues
  • Play Therapy
  • Self-Esteem
  • Social Anxiety
  • Trauma