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Dyan Covington, LPC

Dyan Covington, LPC


Licensed in TX #82902
Insurances Accepted: Cigna/Evernorth, Aetna
I am here to help you on your journey towards the autonomy, stability, healing, and peace you deserve

My Therapy Style

Come as you are! I am caring, down-to-earth, non-judgmental, and direct, and my techniques are tailored to your needs. I strive to be authentic and transparent. I will challenge and encourage you to become the best version of yourself. It is never too late to change, grow, and create who we aspire to be.

It is okay to ask for help if you’re struggling; it is not a weakness. You are not a burden and you already possess more strength than you may realize. I am here to help you on your journey towards the autonomy, stability, healing, and peace you deserve. You do not have to do this alone.

I am ready to meet you!

Education & Training

MEd - Clinical Mental Health Counseling, Texas Tech University

Get to Know Me

Why did you become a mental health professional?

If we can erase the stigma associated with getting mental health assistance, more people will feel safe enough to come forward and ask for help. Brain health is health. If someone wants help and is willing to dig deep and do the work, I am willing to help.

What are your interests outside of work?

My dog is my favorite person! I enjoy dining out and trying new places with my friends. I love the mountains. I want to get certified in yoga someday and recently got into photography.

What is one thing you do daily that supports your well-being?

Deep breathing, positive self-affirmations, and going outside. Grounding is helpful. Being myself, which is quite goofy much of the time, is liberating for me. The older I get, the more comfortable I am in my own skin. I also go to bed at the same time each night, especially during the week.

Favorite organization/non-profit?

Probably NAMI as it aids those who have mental health issues.

How do you recharge?

I love singing! In my most recent position, I had a great time doing karaoke with patients. Laughter is also one of the most helpful ways for me to recharge.

Do you have any pets?

I have one pet. He is a 7-year-old miniature poodle named Micah. Anytime I am with him, it's my favorite thing to do. I think one of the most memorable moments was when we went to the mountains of New Mexico. There was a creek and he jumped right in. He had never been in the water. He has not liked murky water since then, but if it is a clear body of water, he will jump in!