Hope Restored Counseling Center

Offering hope through all seasons of life

Individualized Therapy

Hope Restored Counseling is here to provide Christian counseling in a non-judgmental, Christ-centered environment.

Our practice is located in the heart of Cleburne, TX. We offer multiple counseling services for all stages of life. We customize treatment to help each client achieve their therapy goals.

At our center we are committed to ensuring each client is met with professionalism, confidentially, and care. We use evidence based therapy that integrates biblical principals to attain the best results. For more information please fill out the ‘contact us’ form at the bottom of the page or schedule an appointment.



Hope Restored Counseling is here to provide Christian counseling in a non-judgmental, Christ-centered environment.


There Really is Hope

Change is possible. We have freedom to choose new ways of responding to life. Just because it may be difficult to believe doesn’t mean it can’t happen. We’re here to help.


Find Perspective

If you’re looking for growth in any aspect of your life, therapy can help. It will enable you to identify and develop the skills and resources needed to address family problems, marital issues, and more.


It is a participatory experience

Therapy is a participatory experience. The more you involve yourself in the process, the better results you’re bound to see. It’s a practice in everyday living, in which you take what you learn from the session, and apply it to your life.


We offer individually focused therapy

Individual Counseling

Individual Counseling is tailored to your needs whether that is healing from past trauma, preparing for the future, or gaining insight into how to overcome a recurring struggle. It provides objective and trustworthy feedback from an unbiased professional in a non-judgmental environment.

Child and Adolescent Counseling

Individual Counseling is tailored to your needs whether that is healing from past trauma, preparing for the future, or gaining insight into how to overcome a recurring struggle. It provides objective and trustworthy feedback from an unbiased professional in a non-judgmental environment.

Pre-Marital Counseling

Pre-marital counseling is a great investment for your future marriage.
We use a program called SYMBIS which provides a comprehensive assessment of your relationship. It identifies your strengths, weakness, personalities, and your relational style. This is a very effective program that will certainly benefit your marriage.

Couples Counseling

Marriage and Relationship Counseling is helpful in all stages of a relationship. We spend time and money to maintain our vehicles and houses because they have value. Our relationships should be no different. While each relationship is unique, there are many common struggles present in all relationships. Learning how to communicate clearly, conflict effectively, and validate one another will strengthen not only your marriage, but all your relationships.

Family Counseling

Family counseling provides the opportunity for families to work through challenging issues with a third party who will be sure each side is being represented fairly. It can be difficult for families to identify their own destructive tendencies as a result of being intertwined within the same family system. It is productive for all type of families whether it's blended, single-parent, or traditional.

We're here to help

We would love to help with your individual counseling needs and help in any way we can. Schedule an appointment today.

Grow your relationships

Restore your relationships

Invest in your relationships

Meet Our Team

Finding the right fit is everything.
Here at Hope Restored Counseling we know finding the right fit is important. We are a team of qualified and caring therapists who feel called to what we are doing. We’re committed to doing what’s best for you.

Tom Worthley, LCSW

Tom is a clinical licensed social worker. He received his degree from Baylor University. He began Hope Restored Counseling in 2007 and has been working to help people ever since. While he is trained to handle a wide variety of issues, he primarily specializes in Abuse, PTSD, Depression, Stress, Identity, and Self-worth.

Treatment Approaches:

  • Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
  • EMDR
  • Attachment-based
  • Family Systems
  • Narrative
  • Solution Focused Brief (SFBT)
  • Trauma Focused
  • Strength Based
  • Eclectic


Elizabeth denHartog, LPC-A

Elizabeth (Beth) has a masters’ degree from Amberton University. She received her undergrad in nursing from Baylor University. She is trained in EMDR and Prepare & Enrich. Beth’s area of expertise is with Women around depression, stress, trauma, and self worth. She also works with couples. Prior to earning her masters in counseling Beth was involved in marriage ministry along with her husband for over 25 years; teaching marriage seminars locally and in France, Romania, Ukraine, and Africa. She still continues today in working with marriage counseling and groups locally. Through her life experiences and education, Beth offers a wide range of counseling in the following areas:

  • EMDR
  • Depression and emotional struggles
  • Relational problemsAnxiety
  • Marital conflict
  • Parenting problems
  • Premarital counseling
  • Trauma

Elizabeth is supervised by Dr. Linda Marten, PhD, LPC-S.


Whitney Joyner, LPC-A

Whitney has her master’s degree from Liberty University. She has been working with children and adolescents for many years and has her undergrad in Development and Family Studies from the University of North Texas. She specializes in children and adolescent therapy as well as other therapy demographics. Whitney is dedicated to using multiple different strategies and methods to help ensure all her clients are receiving care custom fitted to their needs.

Treatment Approaches:

  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
  • Strength Based Therapy
  • Solution Focused Therapy
  • Trauma Focused Therapy
  • Family Systems
  • Interactive Therapy using games and other motor skill-based activities.

Whitney is supervised by Dr. Scott Floyd, PhD, LPC-S, LMFT


Leah Niccolls, LPC-A

Leah has her master’s degree in professional counseling as well as undergraduate degrees in psychology and art, all from Dallas Baptist University. With several years of experience and additional training in this area she specializes primarily in child and adolescent therapy. Leah also works with individuals wanting to address anxiety, depression, trauma, identity, shame, and other issues.

Treatment Approaches:

  • Play Therapy
  • Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT)
  • Expressive Arts
  • Cognitive Behavioral (CBT)
  • Person Centered
  • EMDR

Leah is supervised by Sharon Good, LPC-S.


Adrianna Solis

Adrianna is our office assistant and practice manager. She is passionate about providing support for all our clients. She is always ready to help and very responsive. When you call or complete the contact us form, it is Adrianna who will be responding. She is happy to help with any scheduling needs or general questions you may have.


Blue Cross and United Health Insurance is accepted. Please contact us to verify your coverage.

The price of therapy is dependent on the specialty and licensing qualifications of the individual therapists.

Tom Worthley, LCSW

$125 Per Session
  • Indviduals
  • Couples
  • Families
  • Pre-Marital

Beth denHartog, LPC-A

$85* Per Session




*Beth operates on a sliding scale. Contact us for more information.

Whitney Joyner, LPC-A

$85 Per Session

Children and Adolescents




Leah Niccolis, LPC-A

$85 Per Session

Children and Adolescents




Payment / Cancellation Policy
Cash, credit card, or check is accepted and payment is due upon arrival. Cancellations without a 24hr notice will incur the full cost of the missed appointment. Session is 50 minutes and is by appointment only.

Frequently Asked Questions

What can therapy do for me?

There are a variety of benefits that can come from therapy, and they tend to be individualized. Therapists are there to provide levels of support, teach certain skills, and help patients discover new coping strategies for things like anxiety, depression, stress, or even creative blocks. You don’t need to have some kind of ‘major disorder’ to find usefulness from a therapist. In fact, if you’re simply looking for personal growth in any aspect of your life, you can typically find the skills and resources through therapy to help with family problems, marital issues, and more. Essentially, a therapist offers a different way of looking at things – perhaps a perspective you haven’t yet considered, which makes it easier to point you in the right direction, and find the solutions you’re looking for in life.

Of course, therapists can’t just ‘fix’ everything on their own. It’s about using those resources you learn in your everyday life that can really turn things around. Still unsure about what therapy could do for you? Let’s take a look a few examples of some common benefits:

– Grasping a deeper understanding of who you are
– Identifying your goals and dreams
– Obtaining the right skills for bettering your life’s relationships
– Learning resources to put an end to the issues that brought you to therapy
– Managing problem areas in your personal life, like anger, stress, depression, etc.
– Creating new patterns of behavior for yourself
– Changing your problem-solving perspective
– Boosting your self-esteem and confidence

What makes people go to therapy in the first place? How do I know if it’s the right decision?

While everyone’s reasons for coming to therapy are different, whether they’re going through a big life change, or a specific event like divorce, or just aren’t dealing with stressful situations ideally. Sometimes, the assistance of therapy can not only help with specific situations, but personal issues as well. Depression, anxiety, relationship issues, and even low-self esteem are often common reasons to seek out help. You may start out looking for one thing, and find on your journey that you can gain so much more through learning the right skills, and having the right kind of encouragement.

In terms of making the ‘right decision’ for yourself, of course therapy is a personal decision, but if you take a look at your life, and your desire is to make a change that starts from within, it’s likely that some form of psychotherapy could be a great benefit.

If I feel as though I can handle my issues on my own, is therapy really necessary?

There isn’t a person alive who doesn’t experiences challenges of some kind throughout their life. Some people can simply get through them better than others, and even then, it’s never a bad idea to have additional support and understanding when it comes to the obstacles you’ve gone through. In all actuality, therapy is ideal for people who understand themselves enough to realize they actually could use some help, instead of denying it. Noticing that your life isn’t necessarily where you want it to be is a big realization and admittance, and taking the steps to change that for the better is something to be incredibly proud of. No matter how skilled or gifted you are everyone can benefit from an outside perspective.

What can I expect from therapy?

Just like the reasons for therapy are different for everyone, most people can expect different experiences. The good news is that therapy is completely individually-focused, which is why everyone can get something different out of it. Generally, your life, your history, and any relevant insights will be important to the specific discussions, but in a very personal and individualized manner. Sometimes therapy can be focused on a specific need, in which case it’s a ‘short term’ solution, while in other cases, many people go to therapy regularly, each week, to simply look for more personal growth.

Again, therapy isn’t meant to be some kind of ‘quick fix’ where you simply sit back and listen. It is a participatory experience. The more you involve yourself in the process, the better results you’re bound to see. It’s a practice in everyday living, in which you take what you learn from the session, and apply it to your life. Therefore, it’s important to be mentally prepared to make those changes in your life, and desire new perspectives on things.

Do the topics in each therapy session remain private?

There is practically nothing more important in therapy than confidentiality. As with any doctor/patient agreement, your privacy is of the utmost importance. Openness and vulnerability are key to the therapeutic process, and a trusting client-patient relationship opens the door to that. The electronic intake form includes a confidentiality agreement, called an “informed consent” that will specify with whom we may disclose information. Some people choose to have other healthcare professionals, such as their doctor, informed of their ongoing treatment. However, you can choose to keep everything we discuss confidential.

Nothing you share in your sessions will be told to anyone else, with the rare exceptions of suspected abuse of any kind (including child protection), or if we have any reason to believe you may hurt yourself or others. These situations are a matter of ethical procedures, and sometimes, even the law.

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Our Location
121C Prairie Ave, Cleburne, TX 76031
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(817) 666-3068

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