Kaleidoscope Adult & Family Counseling | Flower Mound TX

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A Message From Our Founder: Dr. Kay Trotter

"Kaleidoscope Behavioral Health strives to bring peace and joy to people's lives. We've created a beautiful space where the gift of healing flows freely and everyone feels valued and cared for. Our goal is to help you understand your struggles and offer support as you restore harmony and balance to your life.”


Play Therapy is based upon the foundation that play is the child’s natural way of self-expression. Play Therapy gives the child an opportunity to ‘play out’ their feelings and problems, just as adults ‘talk out’ their difficulties.


One of the unique aspects of Kaleidoscope Behavioral Health approach to therapy is our strong emphasis on individually customized treatments, which allows each client to explore, understand, and work through problems on a one-to-one basis.


Teens need empathy, understanding and someone to listen and encourage as they learn to move through the challenges of life to learn the skills they will eventually need as adults. How are parents to know when their teen's behavior is normal or when it's time to be concerned? Kaleidoscope Behavioral Health can help.


The pre-teen years are a time when parents need to be flexible. Because, just like their developing hormones, one day your tween might act like they are 25 and the next day revert back to being little girl or a little boy. Kaleidoscope Behavioral Health can help parents step into their tween's reality and also give tweens the tools they need to cope with their ever-changing world.


To make a relationship last, couples must learn to manage conflict, become better friends, and create ways to support each other’s hopes for the future. Our counselors guide couples through this journey of discover, working toward achieving a healthy, stable, and lasting relationship.


Family dynamics can be complicated and Kaleidoscope Behavioral Health is here help. Maybe you feel disconnected or wonder how you can reduce the stress that happens at home. Family counseling can help your family better understand healthy boundaries and how to resolve communication issues and conflicts.

Kaleidoscope Team

Dr. Kay Trotter
Dr. Kay Trotter, PhD, LPC-S, RPT-S

Dr. Trotter strives to help families feel happier and whole in body, mind and spirit. She has a successful private practice, Kaleidoscope Behavioral Health, in Flower Mound, Texas where she also provides private ...

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Dore Quinn, LPC
Dore Quinn, MEd, LPC

Dore is a licensed professional counselor. She earned both her Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology and her Master of Education in Counseling from the University of North Texas. Dore has experience working with individuals, couples ...

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Jason McCoy LSWC, RPTS
Jason McCoy, MSW, LCSW-S, RPT-S

Jason specializes in working with children, adolescents, and parents (individually, as a couple, or even the whole family together). He knows that when you are at your best, you can see the good in things, be flexible, and you’re fun to be around. But when life ...

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Dr Jennifer Baggerly LPCS
Dr Jennifer Baggerly, PhD, LPC-S, RPT-S

Jennifer Baggerly, PhD, LPC-S, RPT-S Dr Baggerly is a nationally known Licensed Professional Counselor-Supervisor, Registered Play Therapist-Supervisor, and counselor educator who is a tenured professor at a local university.

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Jonathan Todd LPC
Jonathan Todd, MA, LPC

Jonathan Todd counsels individuals and groups through issues of trauma, addictions, family conflict, anger management, depression, anxiety, mental illness, personality disorders, and struggles with self-worth

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Lisa Beijan LPC-S
Lisa Beijan, MEd, LPC-S

Lisa earned her master’s degree from the University of North Texas (UNT) and has worked as a licensed counselor for the past 20 years. In 2015, she decided to take on a new professional challenge and returned to UNT to start work on her PhD.

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Katie Mega, LPC, RPT
Katie Mega, MSW, LMSW, LCSW, RPT

Katie holds a Master’s Degree in Social Work from the Washington University of St. Louis and believes deeply in the privilege it is to work alongside children, adolescents, and families as they move through the trials and tribulations of life, traumatic experiences, emotional distress, behavioral issues, and wounded relationships.

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What others are saying about us

  • deniece mason, flower mound UMC

    I cannot say enough good things about Dr. Kay Trotter and her entire team at Kaleidoscope Counseling. They have gone above and beyond simple community service and have demonstrated their passion for healthy family relationships by giving freely of their time and services to lead Christ-centered parenting seminars and workshops at Flower Mound United Methodist Church. Each of the counselors that I have worked with has been knowledgeable, extremely competent, and wonderfully practical. I wholeheartedly recommend Kaleidoscope Counseling to all: parents, children, teens, and entire families.

  • teen

    Dr. Trotter helped me learn how to recognize the difference between external pressures and internal pressures as they relate to expectations in school, with family, and among peers. I learned how to look for activities that nurture and ‘feed my soul’, and to recognize things/people that deplete and drain my energy.

  • tom

    Working with Dr Trotter increased my self-awareness on every level. I realize how trauma suffered in childhood had impacted every aspect of my adult life; from the interactions I had with others. to my perusal choices, to my ability to parent successful

  • jill adams LISD

    Dr. Kay Trotter is an excellent resource as a counseling practice as well as parent and community education. She is always willing to work with us in any capacity to serve our community and help our kids! With the variety of expertise in her practice, I know

  • renne mccan

    Through parenting coaching, I learned how to truly listen and hear my daughter without projecting my thoughts, fears or judgments onto her. By reflecting back to her what she shared with me, she felt valued and respected. And of course, when kids feel valued and respected, they return that respect in their behavior and life choices.

  • Bryn webb

    When Flower Mound held a “Community Conversation: Drugs”, Dr. Trotter not only volunteered to sit for a panel discussion, she brought her entire team of professionals to provide answers and support to residents who attended. Her commitment was one of the critical items that made the day successful.

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