joshua boulter

master's student in counseling

supervised by michael leach, phd

I’m currently earning a Master of Science in Counseling at UNT Dallas and fulfilling my practicum requirement at Richland Oaks. Prior to this program I received a Master of Arts in Biblical Studies from Criswell College.

I am deeply honored to sit with each patient that I see.  I approach therapy from an integrated humanistic perspective, rooted in the rich tradition of psychodynamic thought, yet drawing upon mindfulness-based practices, existential phenomenology, gestalt therapy, as well as the wealth of current research being done on neuroscience. Some of my practice interests include multicultural and social justice issues; identity development; Christianity and Buddhism; religious identity development; and LGBTQ issues.

I see patients from diverse ethnic, religious, and social backgrounds. I work with individuals (adults and children), families, and couples (I am certified in levels 1 & 2 of Gottman couples therapy).  

I believe that each client has within themselves the ability to get unstuck and live a rich, satisfying life. My hope is to help facilitate that growth and open up new ways that may have been previously unknown or forgotten.

Joshua works out of ROCC’s Richardson office. To schedule an appointment with him, please call 469-619-7622 or email ROCC's Richardson office at