Provisionally licensed mental health clinicians (LPC associates) periodically work under the Netting Counseling, LLC umbrella or in their own private practices (both under supervision). If you are looking for potentially reduced-fee counseling, this could be a great option for you! Below you’ll find information about any current associate’s specialties, rates, etc.


Megan Tracy, LPC-Associate

Supervised by Cynthia Netting, LPC-S

Megan greatly enjoys her clinical work with clients, prioritizing the therapeutic alliance between client and counselor. She approaches working with clients from a person centered lens, bringing genuine empathy and compassion to her psychotherapy work and tailoring treatment to each individual’s unique needs.

Megan is passionate about creating a safe, non-judgmental, and caring environment in which her clients can most comfortably share their histories and present concerns. Areas of focus for Megan’s clinical work include supporting adults through navigating trauma, anxiety, depression, gender and sexuality concerns, relational concerns, and life transitions.

Megan completed her undergraduate studies at Ithaca College, majoring in Applied Psychology before receiving her Master of Arts in Professional Counseling from Texas State University, where she was awarded the Lesley Jones Fellowship for her research on help seeking within the Consensually Non-Monogamous community.

When she is not working with clients, Megan enjoys hiking, rock climbing, and tending to her houseplants.

Fees for individual therapy with Megan are $125 per 50-minute session.

More information about Megan can be found here: To schedule a free 15-minute consultation, please contact

Jack Partain, LPC-Associate

Supervised by Cynthia Netting, LPC-S

Jack is a person-centered therapist who takes a whole-person view when working with clients, integrating the entire picture of a person’s life to help them find their strength. He has a BS in Psychology from UT Dallas and an M. Ed. in Counselor Education from the University of Texas at Austin. He primarily does individual and couples counseling with older adolescents and adults. He uses an eclectic approach that draws from many styles, but is rooted in person-centered, strengths-based, and systems-focused approaches.

Jack guides his clients in exploring feelings of anxiety, depression, and stress in a complex world. He focuses on creating a space for nonjudgmentally discussing life and feelings, then helps people find their strength and empower themselves to make change in how they act, feel, or think. He works closely with his clients and empowers them in sessions to collaboratively build the best treatment possible. He pulls from different approaches to structure treatment to what each person specifically needs, and helps them reach their personal goals. He also helps each person fill their own personal toolbox of ways to manage stress or negative emotion, drawing from mindfulness, CBT, and emotion-focused therapy. He offers couples therapy and is a Level 1 trained Gottman therapist.

He emphasizes the role of culture, gender identity, sexuality, and every other form of personal identity in each person’s life. He acknowledges his own personal privilege and allows each client to safely and freely share as much of their identity as they are comfortable with, then explores with them how that identity colors their experience with the world around them. He is LGBTQ+ affirming, sex positive, and always prioritizes making every person feel acknowledged and validated.

In his free time, Jack enjoys hiking, reading, and gaming. He loves to explore the city and the beautiful wilderness surrounding it.

More information about Jack can be found here: If you would like to schedule a session or have any questions, please feel free to reach out by email at or by phone at 214-715-9207.