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Mission

Sage Supportive Services is rooted in the belief that collaborative, whole-person care promotes mental well-being. Sage seeks to facilitate individual and collective growth by offering accessible, recovery-oriented mental wellness assistance to those who strive to attain, as well as maintain, a more fulfilling life for themselves and others.

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Dr. Bianca Jones

Texas Licensed Psychologist and Founder

Dr. Jones, founder of Sage Supportive Services, specializes in providing culturally-responsive, recovery-oriented therapeutic services. She completed her doctoral and master's degree in counseling psychology at the University of Texas at Austin. Prior to graduate school, she studied psychology at Hampton University.

 

Dr. Jones has been in the mental health field since 2009  and has worked in a variety of settings including psychosocial rehabilitation and recovery centers, Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) teams, psychiatric and residential treatment centers, medical facilities, college counseling centers, and private practice. Currently, Dr. Jones is employed as a psychologist within the Michael E. DeBakey Veterans Affairs Medical Center system in the Houston metro. These varied experiences contribute to Dr. Jones' flexibility, adaptability, and integrative approach to therapy - she applies techniques to meet consumers' needs, as opposed to a "one size fits all" perspective.

 

Dr. Jones maintains a specialty in adapting mental health treatments for culturally diverse individuals and addressing cultural issues in therapy. Dr. Jones has shared her expertise on issues related to minorities through publishing in peer-reviewed research journals, presenting at local and national conferences, and teaching university-level classes.  Dr. Jones has worked alongside mental health clinic directors in two medical centers to successfully achieve accreditation from a renowned international rehabilitation accrediting agency.

 

Dr. Jones is active in psychological organizations, including serving as the membership chair for the American Psychological Association, Psychology of Women, Black Women Section and the secretary for the Houston Association of Black Psychologists.  Dr. Jones was the February 2019 member of the month for the Houston Association of Black Psychologists. Dr. Jones provided volunteer supportive services at the Redirect Diversion Program affiliated with the My Brother's Keeper Initiative. 

Dr. Jones is a Licensed Psychologist with the Texas State Board of Examiners of Psychologists (TX License #37113; Expires 3/31/2023). For information on how to verify a license, please go to www.tsbep.texas.gov. For information on how to file a complaint, please go to the following page:  https://www.tsbep.texas.gov/how-to-file-a-complaint-enforcement.

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Dr. Bianca Jones

Texas Licensed Psychologist and Founder

Dr. Jones, founder of Sage Supportive Services, specializes in providing culturally-responsive, recovery-oriented therapeutic services. She completed her doctoral and master's degree in counseling psychology at the University of Texas at Austin. Prior to graduate school, she studied psychology at Hampton University.

 

Dr. Jones has been in the mental health field since 2009  and has worked in a variety of settings including psychosocial rehabilitation and recovery centers, Assertive Community Treatment (ACT) teams, psychiatric and residential treatment centers, medical facilities, college counseling centers, and private practice. Currently, Dr. Jones is employed as a psychologist within the Michael E. DeBakey Veterans Affairs Medical Center system in the Houston metro. These varied experiences contribute to Dr. Jones' flexibility, adaptability, and integrative approach to therapy - she applies techniques to meet consumers' needs, as opposed to a "one size fits all" perspective.

 

Dr. Jones maintains a specialty in adapting mental health treatments for culturally diverse individuals and addressing cultural issues in therapy. Dr. Jones has shared her expertise on issues related to minorities through publishing in peer-reviewed research journals, presenting at local and national conferences, and teaching university-level classes.  Dr. Jones has worked alongside mental health clinic directors in two medical centers to successfully achieve accreditation from a renowned international rehabilitation accrediting agency.

 

Dr. Jones is active in psychological organizations, including serving as the membership chair for the American Psychological Association, Psychology of Women, Black Women Section and the secretary for the Houston Association of Black Psychologists.  Dr. Jones was the February 2019 member of the month for the Houston Association of Black Psychologists. Dr. Jones provided volunteer supportive services at the Redirect Diversion Program affiliated with the My Brother's Keeper Initiative. 

Dr. Jones is a Licensed Psychologist with the Texas Behavioral Health Executive Council (TX License #37113; Expires 3/31/2023). For information on how to verify a license or file a complaint, please go to www.bhec.texas.gov.

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Eryn Dorsey

Texas Licensed Master Social Worker

All my life I was taught that helping others and giving to your community was something one should do to feel whole. My parents both had jobs helping to make a difference in people's lives, and growing up military helped me to meet people from all walks of life and learn how to be helpful to them. I decided to get my degree in Social Work because it gave me the flexibility and knowledge base to approach each situation differently.

I received both my Bachelor's and Master's Degrees in Social Work from the University of Alaska Anchorage. I have been providing counseling services since 2011 and have completed internships with the American Cancer Society, The Medicare Information Office, and South Central Foundation Primary Care. I have worked with a wide variety of clients over the years from adolescents who are experiencing suicidal ideation and crisis, to caregivers who are grieving terminal illness and geriatric patients who are struggling with changes in their health and independence. I also have experience working in inpatient, intensive outpatient, office, and home/community-based settings. 

Currently, I am working toward my Licensed Clinical Social Worker certification and am working under the supervision of Licensed Clinical Social Worker Supervisor Megan Coit (License #57180).  Dr. Jones will also provide oversight of my clinical work at Sage Supportive Services, PLLC. I am a Licensed Master Social Worker with the Texas Behavioral Health Executive Council (TX License #59263; Expires 6/30/2023). For information on how to verify a license or file a complaint, please go to www.bhec.texas.gov.

My goal for every client is to walk with them on their journey and help them feel validated and heard without judgment. Sometimes a different perspective can make all the difference and sometimes it helps clients just knowing someone is with them. My promise is to be respectful, empowering, and educated on issues to ensure the best results. 

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Michelle Jones

Texas Licensed Professional Counselor 

Michelle is a Licensed Professional Counselor. She attended Texas Southern University where she attained an MA in clinical psychology, and BS in psychology. She has worked laboriously in the mental health field for over ten years, passionately serving and enriching the lives of others. She has experience working in a variety of settings inclusive of private practice, inpatient settings, residential facilities, non-profit organizations, and more. Michelle prides herself in her aptitude to work with diverse populations, developing rapport with children, adolescents, and adults from various backgrounds to help improve the quality of their lives. The services that she offers include individual, couple, family, and group therapy.

During the therapeutic process, it’s all about you! I’m a therapist who understands that one size doesn’t fit all, one technique or approach doesn’t work for everyone. Therefore, we will work collaboratively to devise a personalized blueprint to best meet your needs. Additionally, we will focus on your goals, combating any challenges that may hinder you from accomplishing them. Some of my commonly used therapy approaches include holistic, person-centered, solution-focused, and cognitive-behavioral therapy. As we sojourn through the therapeutic process together, I will offer unwavering dedication to your success and strive to create a warm environment where you feel safe, and free of judgment. I look forward to assisting you in becoming the best version of yourself!

I have many specialty areas which include: anxiety, stress, depression, mood disorders, self-esteem, bullying, peer pressure, identity conflicts, copings skills, grief, trauma, school issues, family conflict, pre-marital/marital issues, emotional disturbances, peer relationships, intellectual disabilities, and life transitions. If your concern is not listed, please contact me. If I am not able to assist you, I will provide referrals.

Michelle is a Licensed Professional Counselor with the Texas Behavioral Health Executive Council (TX License #82994; Expires 02/28/2023). For information on how to verify a license or file a complaint, please go to www.bhec.texas.gov.

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Mary Landers

Texas Licensed Clinical Social Worker

For those who struggle with depression and anxiety, it can feel like everyone else’s life is much easier. As a person-centered therapist, I strive to assist those who are bogged down with worry and stress to establish how to cope with daily frustrations as well as long-term trauma that can create barriers to success. As an eclectic practitioner, I strive to tailor my client’s sessions to who they are as individuals and use a collaborative therapeutic relationship to make the most of this life they are given. I primarily utilize cognitive-behavioral therapy with elements of compassion-focused therapy and systems theory to help individuals face the world equipped with confidence. I offer holistic support while maintaining boundaries. I do not offer advice but instead, help my clients create their own solutions and focus on processes that work for them. As a licensed social worker for nine years, I bring my experiences to my practice. I specialize in grief work, and women’s issues, and have experience working with men, women, and nonbinary individuals from ages 8-to 100 years old. I enjoy learning from my clients because I believe everyone is an expert in their own life. Please reach out to me if you think I can help.

Mary is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with the Texas Behavioral Health Executive Council (TX License #57503; Expires 09/30/2022). For information on how to verify a license or file a complaint, please go to www.bhec.texas.gov.

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Madison Wimmer

Texas Licensed Master Social Worker

Madison is a Licensed Master Social Worker in Houston, TX. She obtained her Bachelor’s degree in Social Work from Freed-Hardeman University in Henderson, TN, and received her Master’s degree in Social Work from the University of Houston Graduate College of Social Work. 

 

Most of her career has been spent working with children and their families in medical, clinical, and school-based settings. Madison has gained experience in a medical social work setting through her internship at the Ronald McDonald House working with children, and their families, who were fighting critical illnesses in the Texas Medical Center. Madison has developed her clinical experience through her undergraduate internship at a community mental health center where she assisted in client sessions with clients who had a variety of mental health diagnoses, as well as through her work at Behavioral Innovations at their ABA clinic where she worked with children who had an Autism diagnosis. Currently, Madison is working in a school-based setting with Communities In Schools of Houston where she is counseling students experiencing anxiety, depression, mood disorders, behavioral challenges, autism, and developmental delays. 

 

Madison has experience utilizing modalities such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Mindfulness-Based interventions, Motivational Interviewing, and a Strengths-Based approach. 

 

Madison is passionate about providing quality mental health services to children and adolescents to equip them with the coping skills they need to overcome challenges and succeed in their lives.

Madison is a Licensed Master Social Worker with the Texas Behavioral Health Executive Council (TX License #104504; Expires 05/31/2023). For information on how to verify a license or file a complaint, please go to www.bhec.texas.gov.

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Kristen Frosio

Texas Licensed Psychologist

“I understand the brain, I understand behavior, I understand neurochemical changes. But the way to understand a person, a human being, is their life experiences; how they grew up, where they come from, what’s important to them, what they’ve learned. Your life is important. Your life and your experiences are what matter. That’s how you understand.” –Kristen Frosio, PhD


Dr. Frosio is a dedicated, proactive, and enthusiastic psychologist passionate about providing evidence-based, integrated, and flexible psychological services to adults with enduring and complex mental health conditions. Dr. Frosio is committed to collaboration, transparency, and understanding the whole person she works with. She is experienced in assessment (standardized assessment, clinical interviews, and risk assessment), formulation, and treatment of adults with complex mental health needs. Her clinical training focused on cognitive behavioral interventions, which allow an integration of different therapeutic modalities and draw on an extensive evidence-base. However, as a Native American woman reclaiming her language and traditions, she consciously exercises valuation of both Western and traditional approaches to mental wellness; meaning she is dedicated to incorporating other ways of knowing into her clinical praxis.


Dr. Frosio spent 5 years trying to figure out how to “do college” at her local junior college. As a first-generation college student, her parents never pressed her to go to college. Work was most important. As soon as she could get a worker’s permit, she was working. She met a professor that helped her figure out how to transfer to a university. She received her B.A. in psychology from San Diego State University. She went back to where her people originated in Oklahoma to attend Oklahoma State University for her M.S. and Ph.D. in clinical psychology. Dr. Frosio completed her externship in Trauma and Deployment Recovery Services at the Oklahoma City Veterans Affairs (VA). She completed her pre-doctoral internship in Acute Crisis Intervention at the Jesse Brown VA in Chicago, IL. Finally, Dr. Frosio completed a post-doctoral residency at the Michael E. DeBakey VA Medical Center with a focus in serious mental illness. She is the first family member to earn a Ph.D.
 

For fun, Dr. Frosio enjoys spending time with family, watching “trash TV”, and researching ways to
improve equity in healthcare for people who have been marginalized.

Dr. Frosio is a Licensed Psychologist with the Texas Behavioral Health Executive Council (TX License #38942; Expires 03/31/2024). For information on how to verify a license or file a complaint, please go to www.bhec.texas.gov.

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Jonathan Nolan

Virtual Administrative Assistant

Jonathan Nolin works as a Virtual Administrative Assistant for Sage Supportive Services PLLC Jonathan is a Houston native who is an EKG technician by trade pursuing a career in radiology and mental health. He is thorough, detail-oriented, and professional, and his ability to be versatile and flexible makes him an integral part of our team. You may come in contact with Jonathan behind the scenes working to make sure that various administrative tasks are completed.