Meet Our Providers
Professional Mental Health Providers
Dr. Anne Esquivel
Dr. Anne Esquivel received her Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from the United States International University, M.A in Counseling Psychology from National University, and her B.A. in International Studies from Auburn University at Montgomery. Dr. Esquivel’s specialization includes evaluation and identification of learning disorders, ADHD, and other issues that may be impeding a student’s success at school or at work. Dr. Esquivel was the 2013 to 2014 President for Bexar County Psychological Association. She also served on the Executive Committee from 2012 to 2015. She is licensed in the state of Texas and is a member of the American Psychological Association, Texas Psychological Association, Bexar County Psychological Association, Society of Personality Assessment, and The International Society of the Rorschach and Projective Methods.
Christina Burden is a licensed professional counselor (since 1997) that joined Mind Works in 2012. Mrs. Burden graduated from Southern Methodist University with a MA in Clinical/Counseling Psychology in 1996 after completing an undergraduate degree in Psychology from Trinity University in 1994. She has clinical experience working with brief solution-focused and cognitive behavioral methods to assist young people with learning and/or developmental disabilities, families facing parenting and marital challenges, adolescents and adults living with mood, anxiety, or trauma-related diagnosis, people experiencing prolonged grief and loss reactions, and couples dealing with relationship difficulties. Mrs. Burden is knowledgeable about educational accommodations, available support services, and career and educational guidance for young people with learning differences. She also advocates for young people needing assistance in navigating educational services.
Angela Medellin, M.Ed., LPC is a licensed professional counselor who specializes in familial based therapy. Ms. Medellin is a trained play therapist who practices in the assessment and treatment of childhood mental health disorders. Ms. Medellin’s expertise also includes working with children and families diagnosed with autism spectrum disorders as well as other sensory processing disorders. Additionally, Ms. Medellin works with children and families in the areas of anxiety, depression, attachment issues, parenting, child centered play therapy, sand tray, grief and loss, and Theraplay. Ms. Medellin uses evidenced based play therapy modalities when working with children and families. Her strength based approach and genuine personality encourage a positive therapeutic relationship. Ms. Medellin works with children ages 3 and up in her play therapy clinic. To make an appointment with her please call our office.
Kellee Wilkins-Hall, LCSW, graduated from The Ohio State University in 2007 with her Master’s Degree. Ms. Wilkins-Hall is a licensed clinical social worker who specializes in trauma work, including abuse, domestic violence, and traumatic grief. She is currently in the process of becoming trauma focused cognitive behavioral therapy (TF-CBT) certified. She also has significant experience with anxiety, depression, grief and loss, couples counseling, family therapy, and infertility issues. Ms. Wilkins-Hall works with children ages 5 and up, adolescents, adults, families, and couples. She uses evidenced based cognitive behavioral therapy modalities, including trauma-focused, and she also incorporates play therapy, existentialism, and Gestalt techniques with her clients in order to meet each person’s and/or family’s needs.
Leah Evans, a licensed professional counselor intern, recieved her bachelor degree in Child and adolescent psychology from the University of the Incarnate Word and a Master's in clinical and mental health counseling from the University of Texas at San Antonio. Areas of speciality included eating disorders and body image issues.
Leah's use of humor, positivity and passion for care help develop and sustain relationships across all spectrums of clientele. Strength areas include emotional regulation and distress tolerance.
Leah is under the supervision of Angela Medellin