Chad Flenar

Chad Flenar

MS, LPC Associate, NCC

Counseling Approach.

From creation, I believe that any individual is capable of achieving incredible things. Unfortunately, sometimes when encountering obstacles in our life, we are intentionally or unintentionally taught how we should evaluate our self-worth. My trauma-informed approach to counseling focuses on developing strong therapeutic rapport based on authenticity, empathy, unconditional positive regard, understanding and encouragement. As a person-centered counselor, I believe that with support in a non-judgmental environment, each client can accomplish those amazing feats they were born to pursue. Together, we can work to identify individual strengths, learn how to appreciate and love our heart, body, and mind, and build skills that effectively communicate our emotions to not only others, but our selves.

Chad Flenar, MS, LPC Associate, NCC
Supervised by Marcey Mettica, PhD, LPC-S, RPT-S

Licensed Professional Counselor Associate
Nationally Certified Counselor
Child, Adolescent, Adult and Family Counselor


Education and Experience

Chad's experienced in working with individuals of all ages in behavioral mental health and collegiate settings


Chad earned his Bachelor of Science in Psychology from Oklahoma Wesleyan University where he excelled as a student and college athlete. He received his Master of Science degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from the University of North Texas, a leading institution in therapeutic education.


Chad has a significant amount of experience working with all ages in both community behavioral health and college counseling settings. His primary experiences are providing individual and group therapy to college students at the University of North Texas in Counseling and Testing Services. 

He also has experience co-facilitating psychoeducational groups for adults focused on total wellness, body image, and self-esteem. Lastly, Chad has extensive experience in community outreach, facilitating workshops on self-care, coping strategies, suicide awareness, and conflict resolution.

Contact us

972-292-0007 (Office)

469-269-2977 (Chad)

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About us

Professional counseling for children, teens, adults, couples, and families in a private and confidential setting.

Where to find us
By Appointment Only

102 E 3rd Street
Prosper, TX 75078