Elena Frolov is originally from St. Petersburg, Russia. She moved to the United States in 1997 and came to Dallas in 2002; prior to moving to the U.S. she lived in Jerusalem for seven years. She is married and has a son. Elena speaks fluent English, Russian and Hebrew. Her hobbies include traveling and she appreciates cultural diversity. She also enjoys art and music; she published a poetry book in Russian language several years ago.

Elena graduated Summa Cum Laude from SMU with a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology, Minor in Anthropology, and Excellence in Psychology Award. In addition she graduated with Masters of Arts in Community Counseling from Argosy University Dallas in August of 2011. Elena is a Licensed Professional Counselor (LPC). In addition, Elena is Certified in Clinical Hypnosis by American Society for Clinical Hypnosis.

Elena has four years of experience working for Presbyterian Communities and Services as a Life Enrichment Coordinator, facilitating various groups, such as relaxation and meditation, anxiety/depression reduction, chair aerobics, Body and Mind wellness program, and free expression classes. In addition she worked as a counselor at Serenity Counseling and Wellness and at Hope’s Door Domestic Violence Agency. She has presented on various workshops and helped with the translation of recently published Ericksonian Glossary to Russian language.

Currently, in addition to her private counseling practice, Elena is working as an Adjunct Professor and teaching Human Development courses at Richland Community College, Department of Learning and Education; she also works as a Medical Behavioral Consultant and Psychotherapist for Texas Behavior Health Agency.

Elena is a compassionate, intuitive and extremely caring professional. Her goal in counseling is to provide safe, supportive, flexible and confidential atmosphere and assist her clients in solving their problems and concerns as well as motivating them through self-exploration and awareness. She offers holistic body-mind-spirit experience.