Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC)
Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselor (LCDC)
Limited to the State of Texas
LPC License Number: 67572
LCDC License Number: 11405
Sliding scale of fees
Home visits justified by need
Due to privacy laws, counseling is conducted face-to-face or by phone
Housecall Fee: $200
No Emergency Visits are Available.
Roxanna Erickson Klein is a licensed professional counselor in private practice in Dallas, Texas. She is the seventh of eight children raised by Milton and Elizabeth Erickson. She has used Hypnosis throughout her professional career and currently teaches locally and internationally in addition to clinical work.
Life Coaching available by Skype or Phone as well as face to face sessions.
Coaching differs from Counseling in that it is non-diagnostic, does not deal with mental health concerns, and allows for more directed advice.
Sesssion Fee: $150
Roxanna works through the North Texas Society for Clinical Hypnosis with select qualified individuals to achieve certification in Clinical Hypnosis.
Sesssion Fee: See NTSCH.org
Roxanna works with local organizations to provide education regarding professional use of Clinical Hypnosis.
Fees variable, with consideration given to non-profits.
A regular schedule of international workshops are offered. These events are individually sponsored by professional training organizations. Preferences given to non-profits and accredited educational organizations. While Roxanna gets numerous inivitations, only a limited number are accepted. Upcoming workshops listed at the top of the page.
Roxanna is a registered nurse with experience in various areas of clinical care. This wealth of background knowledge enhances her clinical skills for counseling.
Texas License # 445359
Milton H. Erickson Foundation in Phoenix, Arizona. Member of the Board of Directors
for over 15 years, serving this non-profit averaging about 5 hours a week in time donated to
various projects, including archival work and management of the Milton H. Erickson Museum.
North Texas Society of Clinical Hypnosis in Dallas, Texas. Current President and has served this non-profit for over 20 years in many capacities, donating an average of 5 hours a week
in time to various projects, including development of a Professional Educational Program.
Local Organizations for over the last 20 years has been generously speaking
to local and international service-oriented non-profits. Topics include: Professional
Therapeutic Approaches as well as Clinical Support for a variety of service organizations.
Private Practice Since entering private practice Roxanna has maintained a practice that includes lenient sliding scales
and pro-bono services. Many of the individuals in greatest need of services are
deplete of resources. The balance of paid, partial pay and unpaid patients is maintained in
Book Chapter: Current Thinking and Research in Brief Therapy
By: Elizabeth Erickson, Betty Alice Erickson & Roxanna Erickson-Klein Current Thinking and Research in Brief Therapy
"Erickson, A Framework of Therapy and Living", Pg 7-17
Brunner Mazel, Philadelphia PA, 1999
Book Chapter: Views on Ericksonian Brief Therapy, Process & Action
By: Betty Alice Erickson & Roxanna Erickson-Klein Views on Ericksonian Brief Therapy, Process & Action
"Milton H. Erickson's Increasing Shift to less Directive Hypnotic Techniques as Illustrated with Work by Family Members" Pg 106-116
Brunner Mazel, NY, 1991
Erickson Monographs #8. Edited by Stephen Lankton, Stephen Gilligan & Jeffery Zeig
Milton H. Erickson Lectures to the ASCH (American Society of Clinical Hypnosis)
Recorded: September 1962
Photo of Bronze Bust
A bronze bust of Milton H. Erickson. Artist: Dr. Russel Hart.
Video of Milton H. Erickson Museum by Jeffrey K. Zeig
A recent video that Jeffrey K. Zeig, Ph.D. created about the museum in Phoenix.
"Wizard of the Desert" Radio Show Interview
A podcast by Mary Cimiluca that visits with Alexander Vesely, the director of a film called "Wizard of the Desert" that explores the life of Milton H. Erickson.
Recorded: May 3rd 2013
Duration: 58 Minutes