George Andrew Hillis, MRC, LPC

I am a Licensed Professional Counselor, with a Bachelor of Science in Psychology and Political Science from Texas Christian University and a Masters of Rehabilitation Counseling from The University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center-Southwestern School of Health Professions. My previous clinical experiences include internships at UTSW Zale Lipshy University Hospital and UTSW University Rehabilitation Services and research at The University of Texas at Dallas-Center for BrainHealth.

Through counseling that is goal-oriented and based on a collaborative client-counselor relationship, I seek to address and treat the ongoing challenges posed by anxiety, ADHD, depression, social disorders, stress management, and other difficulties that an individual can be experiencing. With the focus placed on the specific needs of clients, I am dedicated to providing a superior standard of care that enhances the quality of life for not only each person I work with, but also their loved ones.

Services Provided: Individual and group therapy



Spectra Therapies and Evaluation Center, Licensed Professional Counselor-Intern, Under the Supervision of
Jennifer Perla, LPC-S, RN – Plano, Texas


August 2016-Current


Provide mental health counseling services for a wide range of clientele inclusive of ASD, ADHD, Anxiety,
Depression, Social Disorders, and issues associated with Communication & Social Skills, Emotional
Regulation & Stress Management, Executive Functioning, and Independent Living Skills.
Office of Ronald G. Paulman, Ph.D., Clinical Neuropsychology, Neuropsychological Assistant – Dallas, Texas


March 2014 – Current


Administer neuropsychological assessments to individuals referred for a medical diagnostic exam; score test
protocols; computer data entry and quality control

Perform administrative duties including scheduling and calendar management; email and phone services;
patient file organization and security; medical insurance transactions and billing

University of Texas at Dallas UTD, Center For BrainHealth & School of Behavioral and Brain Sciences,
Research Assistant/Coordinator – Dallas, Texas


January 2008 – January 2011


Conducted fMRI research focused on investigating the neural correlates of memory and cognition, with
specific examination of Gulf War Illness, Multiple Sclerosis, Aging, and Dementia; co-Authored paper
publication in the Journal of Neuroscience Methods, first author poster presentation at the 2010 Cognitive
Neuroscience Society annual conference in Montreal, Canada; and research presentations for UTD Center for
BrainHealth guests

fMRI data collection and operation of the Gulf War and Chemical Exposure 3T Siemens MRI scanner magnet
and research computer at the UTSW Medical Center, Meadows Imaging Center; recruited and screened
research participants, with subsequent training of participants on fMRI research tasks and safety instructions
fMRI data entry, analysis, and quality control using Linux, Macintosh, and Windows operating systems; lead
role in developing data analysis process using Freesurfer, Computerized Anatomical Reconstruction Editing
Toolkit (CARET), Analysis of Functional Neuro-Images (AFNI), FMRIB Software Library (FSL), and MATLAB
Managed and coordinated scheduling of weekly lab meetings, research appointments, and travel for
conferences; held the lead role in ensuring HIPAA regulations were followed in accordance with the law;
compiled and maintained IRB and lab paperwork for all ongoing research; reviewed resumes, conducted and
participated in interviews, and trained new lab team members




Licensed Professional Counselor Intern , Under the Supervision of Jennifer Perla, LPC, RN
December 2015-Current




University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center – Master of Rehabilitation Counseling December 2014
Student Internships at Zale Lipshy University Hospital – Inpatient Psychiatric Unit & University
Rehabilitation Services – Supported Employment,
Student Practicum in Counseling at UTSW University Rehabilitation Services
Thesis – Examining Neurological and Psychological Symptoms of Gulf War Illness using the Minnesota
Multiphasic Personality Inventory-2
Texas Christian University – Bachelor of Science, Double Major in Psychology & Political Science May 2007
Department of Psychology, Perceptual Dynamics Laboratory, Student Intern
Co-authored poster presentations at The 53rd Annual Southwestern Psychological Association Meeting and
top 3 winner at The Fifth Annual Texas Christian University Student Symposium


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