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Practice Specialties

  • Abuse & Trauma
  • Couples Counseling
  • Grief and Bereavement Christian Counseling
  • Grief and Bereavement Counseling
  • Leadership and/or Executive Consulting
  • Marriage and Family Counseling
  • Marriage Counseling
  • Occupational Counseling
  • Parent Coaching
  • Personality Disorders
  • Pornography and Sexual Addictions
  • Stress Anxiety Depression Christian Counseling
  • Substance Abuse and Addictions Christian Counseling
  • Support Groups
  • Teen Counseling


Innovation360® Dallas is an outpatient group of trusted Counselors and Therapists, as well as a Life Development® team dedicated to helping our clients overcome mental health, addiction and relationship challenges.

Therapists on Staff

Amy Fisher
Kevin Gilliland
Katie Hoag
Jenna Tomlinson
Mick Veasey
Amy Fisher

Amy Fisher

Amy is a Licensed Professional Counselor that joined the i360 team in December of 2016. Amy currently works as a client advocate and individual therapist and has experience working with individuals and groups with depression, anxiety, addiction, and other issues that interfere with the ability to enjoy daily life. Amy’s goal is to walk alongside individuals to help clients develop the skills necessary for experiencing and maintaining a greater sense of freedom, intimacy, and meaning in their relationships and in their lives. Amy is both honored and committed to meeting clients where they are at and helping them achieve their personal and relational goals.
Kevin Gilliland

Kevin Gilliland

After working more than two decades in healthcare, Kevin joined Innovation360 to better address the gaps that exist in outpatient mental health treatment. In addition to managing the day-to-day operations of Innovation360, which include staff management, program development, and coordinating client care with outside therapists and physicians, Kevin also works with individuals and couples seeking to improve their family and marriage relationships.

Prior to Innovation360, Kevin worked in the Medical Affairs departments of Johnson & Johnson, a multi-national manufacturer of pharmaceutical and biotechnology products, as well as Cephalon, an international biopharmaceutical company. During his time with these companies, Kevin worked closely with leading researchers across the country and played an integral role in bringing new addiction medication to the market.

Kevin earned his bachelors degree from Baylor University in 1986 and Psychology degree from Rosemead School of Psychology in
Katie Hoag

Katie Hoag

Katie is a licensed professional counselor currently working as the clinical manager, special projects and individual therapist. Katie has experience working with young adults, adults, and adolescents struggling with trauma, anxiety, depression, substance use, and behavior issues. She has been working under the supervision of Dr. Kevin Gilliland in forensic evaluation. Her philosophy focuses on the power of collaboration with family members and clinicians, as well as incorporating new and healthy behaviors into client’s lives while addressing disruptive patterns.
Jenna Tomlinson

Jenna Tomlinson

MA, LPC-Associate
Jenna is a Licensed Professional Counselor Associate under the supervision of Chris Epstein, M.A., LPC-S. She joined the i360 team in January 2019 as a student intern and currently works as a client advocate, individual therapist and is a co-facilitator in the Intensive Outpatient Group. Prior to beginning her counseling studies, Jenna spent time working in education and gained several skills that have influenced her practice of therapy. Her philosophy of counseling is based on the concept that in order to arrive at true healing, just as much as we embrace the parts of ourselves that we see as beautiful and good, we must be willing to hold, accept and nurture the parts of ourselves that we hate the most.
Mick Veasey

Mick Veasey

MS, LPC- Associate
Mick is a recent graduate of Southern Methodist University. He joined i360 in February 2019 as part of the Life Development team and has since completed his practicum as a student intern and is currently a client advocate. Mick enjoys a wide variety of hobbies from model building to Brazilian Jiujitsu and a great many others. His personal philosophy of counseling includes creating meaning for ourselves and grounding in present moment awareness. The whole of the human experience exists within each one of us, and we each have the ability to realize our true potential for growth. Through increasing our present moment awareness, change is made possible.

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