For Individuals

Psychotherapy can help you in many aspects of your life: a repressed childhood, an emotional breakdown, divorce, failure, or loss of a loved one. You can revive your mental health through systematic counseling and treatment.

For Couples

Has your marriage changed? Do you feel like something is missing? Perhaps you find yourself sometimes longing for the days when you were both happy and in love. Our marriage counseling serves as a form of prevention as we work towards communicating the pain points of marriage constructively.

For Children, Teens & Families

For struggling teens, one-on-one counseling with a therapist is beneficial and becomes the catalyst that helps them overcome obstacles, develop healthy interpersonal skills, and form lasting relationships.

Glenda Demas, Founder & Lead Therapist

Hello! I’m Glenda

Psychotherapist, Licensed Professional Counselor

Working comfortably with a skilled psychotherapist who understands the implications of a psychological disorder on your physical health is an essential part of creating a healthy mind and body. At Pearls of Change Wellness LLC, we believe that “Together We Can.


Our Expertise


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Psychological intervention can help ease life’s transitions–everything from positive events like marriage, a new baby, or career advancement to more dire situations such as divorce, chronic illness, injury, or the death of a loved one.

Women's Issues

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The goal of talk therapy is to allow women to understand their underlying issues, the concerns of mental health conditions they are currently facing and give them tools and strategies for changing their behaviors or dealing with painful experiences.

Maternal Issues

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Therapy can help expectant mothers, women who are facing postpartum concerns, and the partners of these women to address the various issues that pregnancy and childbirth are likely to cause.

Eating Disorders

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Talk therapy is an instrumental first step to seeking help for an eating disorder. We also assist our patients in finding additional resources they may need — including medical doctors, nutritionists, psychiatrists, and treatment centers — to ensure optimal care.

Aging Issues

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Therapy can help older adults who may have difficulty with the transitions of aging to manage their emotions, find new sources of enjoyment and meaning, and find new support systems. It can help people face their fears of death if they have such fears and deal with grief as friends and family members pass on.

Gender Identity

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Therapy aims to find an expression of gender that feels most genuine and authentic for the client, given their own socio-cultural and geographic contexts. During this exploration process, therapists often assist clients in developing social connections and finding community.


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Therapy can help you learn about what you’re feeling, why you might be feeling it, and how to cope. People who feel forced into therapy may feel resistant and find it harder to put in the work needed to change.

Anxiety & Depression

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Often times depression and anxiety disorder can be treated similarly. In many cases, therapy can be tailored to an individual so that it works to reduce the symptoms of both disorders.

Relationship Trauma

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These sentiments of total overwhelm, frozenness, and emotional dysregulation are familiar to people who have experienced trauma. When our bodies and brains go through frightening experiences in which we feel utterly powerless, we may be profoundly impacted across the various planes of our life.


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A person going through a divorce may feel guilt, fear, anxiety, depression, and grief. Working with a therapist can provide a goal and rational perspective. It can arm a person with the skills to work through the difficulties of the divorce. Those who use therapy to help them get over a divorce can often benefit.

Adjustment Disorders

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Psychotherapy, or talk therapy, may help people overcome adjustment disorders. A person may meet one-to-one with a psychotherapist to work through the emotional and mental symptoms of the condition. Others may find group therapy helpful in redeveloping social and interpersonal skills.

Stress Management

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CBT can help change negative thought patterns that develop because of stress. It is often used to help people find new ways of thinking about events that cause stress. These new ways of thinking can help reduce the impact of the stressor. Other types of therapy that can help with anxiety are often mindfulness-based.

Post Partum Depression

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It may help to talk through your concerns with a psychiatrist, psychologist, or other mental health professional. Through therapy, you can find better ways to cope with your feelings, solve problems, set realistic goals, and respond to situations positively. Sometimes family or relationship therapy also helps.

Stress, Anxiety, & Depression

Stress, Anxiety & Depression can take their toll, but therapy can help you manage it better. Some of our therapy sessions may even equip you with strategies to cope with these problems in the future.

Parenting Support

New parents, overwhelmed parents, and parents facing mental health conditions may benefit from the support of mental health professionals. A therapist or counselor can help parents through difficult situations or behavioral concerns.

Couples Counseling

Any couple can benefit from relationship therapy, including couples that are: the same-gender, have been married for a long time, engaged, or dating. A therapist can help couples work through financial disagreements, parenting frustrations, lack of affection or compassion, infidelity, emotional issues, or even substance abuse.

Why Mental Health Matters In Sports

Our Mission

We at Pearls of Change Wellness, will strive to create a therapeutic setting that ensures compassion, acceptance, mutual respect, and empowerment for change reminding our patients that “Together We Can.”

Our Vision

To provide resources covering mental health maintenance through prevention, intervention, treatment, and education.

Getting Started is Easy


Free 10 Min Consultation

We will get to know each other during our brief chat before you decide to book an appointment.

Book Appointment

Book an appointment with one of our counselors.

1st Session!

The initial session will be an initial assessment to discuss the client’s history and treatment needs.

Frequently Asked Questions

Why do people attend therapy sessions?

People see a therapist for a wide range of reasons, including but not limited to stress management to a specific diagnosis. Sometimes an event occurs that causes an individual to seek out help, while for others, they may attend therapy because it provides a trained, objective person to help them work through some issues they may have been struggling with for years. Counseling can be beneficial because a client may feel a sense of control in their life and have the tools to make better decisions or changes.

How will I know if you are the right therapist for me?

The only way to know for sure is to come in for a session. Most people have a good sense of whether I am the right professional to help them within the first two sessions. However, I have tried to provide you with information on this website.

How long do appointments last?

Therapy sessions are typically 45-50 minutes, while corporate training runs longer per session. Clients usually meet on a weekly or bi-weekly basis, depending on the client’s needs. Length of time while in therapy will depend on the your individual circumstance. You and the therapist will determine that together.

How often will we meet?

To begin, we will meet once a week. I find it’s essential to gain some momentum in the beginning by meeting weekly, or progress can stall out. Once some or all of your goals are met, meeting less often will make sense.

Do you accept insurance?

If you are a client in Georgia or Texas, you can use your insurance to cover your session. Must be one of the approved providers listed.

  • Christus HealthPlan
  • Cigna
  • Optum
  • UHC UnitedHealthcare UBH United Behavioral Health 
  •  Out of Network

What is your cancellation policy?

I require 24 hours notice of cancellation or you will need to pay for the appointment. An occasional exception may be made in the case of an emergency. It’s important that we meet consistently in order to make progress.

What are your hours?

  •  Monday – Thursday 9 am – 7 pm
  • Friday – Sunday: CLOSED

Contact Me

I’m ready when you are! Feel free to call or email me to schedule a free 10-minute phone consultation so we can get to know each other. You’re welcome any time.



2717 Commercial Center Blvd e200, Katy, TX 77494

3330 Cumberland Blvd Suite 500 Atlanta, GA 30339