Phil Ginsburg, M.A., LMFT, LPC, LCDC, NCC

Phil Ginsburg This Therapist Has Published Academic Work On Theravive View Specialties

  • Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT), LPC, LCDC
  • 7825 Highway 6 North Suite 102 suite E, Houston, Texas, 77095
  • Phone: 832-375-1700
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  • Session Fees: 150.00 per session - There are a limited spaces for sliding scale fee arrangements
  • www.houstonfamilyservices.com
  • This member is also available for E-counseling.
  • E-counseling methods: Phone, Webcam


Phil Ginsburg has a Masters in Counseling from Sam Houston State University. He is a National Certified Counselor, a Licensed Professional Counselor, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, and a Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselor,.

Phil works with individuals experiencing adjustment to life cycle events, Career Counseling, Grief related issues, Substance Abuse and Addiction, Co-Occurring Disorders, Major and Bipolar Depression, Attention Deficit Disorders, Sexual Concerns, Anxiety Issues, Compulsive Behaviors and Trauma.

Phil provides pre-marital counseling, works with all couples and families experiencing negative interaction cycles, parenting, communication problems, and co-dependency issues. He provides psycho-education to assist individuals and families effectively help themselves or other family members who have challenging mental health needs.

Phil has worked as a counselor in a long term residential treatment facility with women who have substance abuse and other mental health challenges, referred to as co-occurring disorders, or dual diagnosis. Many of the women Phil has worked with in treatment have also experienced severe trauma and abuse.

Phil has been published in the American Counseling Association’s Family Journal and the Journal of Individual Psychology:


Phil has been published recently in the American Counseling Association’s Family Journal and the Journal of Individual Psychology.


 
Ginsburg, P., & Eckstein, D., (2010) The Noble Eightfold Relationship Matrix, Family Journal, 18, 4, 427-437


Eckstein, D., & Ginsburg, P. (July 01, 2010). The "staying together in needy times" (STINT) couple's questionnaire. Family Journal, 18, 3, 310-315.

 
Eckstein, D., Miller, K., Sperber, M., McDonald, J., Wiesner, V., Watts, R., and Ginsburg, P.(2010). A comprehensive review of birth order: researching 200 statistically significant studies of personality and family dynamics, Journal of Individual Psychology, 66.4, 408-434

 
Book Review: All Out! An Autobiography (Albert Ellis) by Phil Ginsburg The Family Journal 2011; Vol. 19, No. 4, 445-447

 
Prior to returning to school to pursue a career in counseling, Phil had an extensive international business career, traveling frequently to offices in the US, China, and London.



Written Works by Phil Ginsburg

A Book Review of Albert Ellis Autobiography, "All Out!”

Phil Ginsburg Reaches

Houston TX
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