Beacon Care Services clinicians have a long history of supporting people. They are caring and committed professionals who want to assist you as you address your concerns. They’re easy to talk to and they understand that it’s not always easy to ask for help. Beacon’s clinicians follow your lead. They work with you to understand your personal expectations for treatment outcomes and help you achieve them.
And you can access our clinicians onsite or online – in person or virtually.
You’re in good hands with our experienced, licensed clinicians. The Beacon Care Services team has over 45 years of experience helping people with a wide variety of behavioral health issues.
Jacqueline Baclawski, LCSWMental Health Therapist at the Care Clinic in Carrollton, Texas
Jacqueline is committed to helping people find the mental health care they need in places that are convenient for them. She has been working in mental health for the last 14 years. Jackie enjoys assisting all populations through Direct Care.
Jackie's specialties and training:
- Master of Social Work, University of Arkansas, Little Rock
- LCSW, Texas and Arkansas
- Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
- Cognitive Processing Therapy
- Collaborative Assessment for the Management of Suicidality
Kristen Tripp, MS, LMHCDirector of Clinical Services for Beacon Care Services
Her professional mental health experience began over 20 years ago working with youth, couples and families. She has expertise in the areas of trauma, self-injury, family and couples’ therapy. She has worked, managed, supervised and led in several different organizations, agencies and arenas, including residential facilities, outpatient group practices, private practice, prisons, hospitals and facilities and clinics. She has been a guest speaker as well as a trainer. Kristen is committed to making sure all clients are receiving high-quality mental health care and have quick access to services.
Kristen's specialties and training:
- Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
- Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT)
- Family systems therapy
- Youth, latency-aged, adolescents, adults, families, and couples