Rachel Koppa received her Bachelors degree in Women’s Studies from
Vanderbilt University, her Masters degree in Counseling from Dallas
Theological Seminary and her Doctorate in Family Therapy from Texas
Woman’s University. She has worked in diverse settings such as
Children’s Medical Center of Dallas Pediatric Eating Disorder Treatment
Center and their Inpatient Psychiatric Unit. Dr. Koppa has worked in
the past with outpatient substance abuse, domestic violence and families
struggling in transitions. She currently is in private practice in the
community working with adolescents, adults and families.
Currently, Dr. Koppa is a community volunteer for the Dallas Children’s
Advocacy Center. She has previously volunteered with Parkland Memorial
Hospital, Ronald McDonald House of Dallas, and MEND (mothers enduring
neonatal death). She strives to give back to the community with both her
time and by giving presentations in the community on topics such as
domestic violence, depression, eating disorders and body image, and
to be elected
Secretary and Membership Committee Chair:
Julia Wesley MS, LMFT-S
16415 Addison Rd., Suite 305
Addison, Texas 75001
Julie Wesley has a Master’s Degree in Marriage and Family Therapy and has been in the field since 1999. She has worked with children, teenagers and adults in various treatment capacities including crisis work, inpatient, outpatient, home-based therapy and intensive outpatient addressing any issue from adjusting to major changes in her client’s lives to serious mental illnesses like Schizophrenia. Julie has been practicing in the Dallas area since 2006 and before that was in New Mexico and Florida. She was raised in southern New Mexico, the oldest child in a military family. She now calls North Texas home and loves every moment.
Past President and Nominating Committee Chair:
Debra Campbell, LMFT, is a practicing clinician and founder of Performance Psychology, LLC, a private practice in Dallas, TX. Since 2003, she has been working with children, adolescents, adults, couples, and families towards living authentic and fulfilling lives. With a background in sports and positive psychology, in addition to thousands of hours of applied clinical training, Debra takes an active and eclectic approach towards therapy. She specializes in working with perfectionism, OCPD, eating disorders, anxiety, depression, anger issues, career changes, transitioning into adulthood, grief, relationships, and elite domain performance. Debra is a regularly featured radio guest and blogger as a content expert for Plaid for Women. She has worked with the US Olympic Training Center, the US Figure Skating Association, and the International Center for Talent Development at UCLA. Debra has presented at the APA and AASP National Conferences. She completed her Master’s of Science degree in Clinical Psychology at California State, Fullerton, and has Bachelor’s of Science degrees in Physiology, Neuroscience, and BioPsychology from University of California, San Diego. Professional affiliations include the AAMFT, APA, AASP, and IAEDP.
Professional Development Committee Chair:
Communications Committee Chair:
Liz earned her Master’s of Marriage and Family Therapy from Texas Woman’s University and sees couples and individuals in her private practice in Dallas. She specializes in working with couples at transitional stages from premarital counseling to newlywed issues and infidelity. Liz also writes an active relationship and wellness blog and contributes to local and national platforms regarding millennial generational themes, women’s issues, and couple dynamics.
Social Committee Chair:
Mary Sanger, MS, LPC-S, LMFT-S, LCDC