Mental Health Services

Mental Health Services


Cindi Lopez

Cindi Lopez joined our KISD staff in August, 2021 as the Licensed Mental Health Counselor.  She brings over 30 years of experience in both social services and mental health services.

Ms. Lopez graduated from Southwestern Adventist University in 1990 with a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology and Tarleton State University in 1998 with her Masters Degree in Education, Guidance and Counseling. She obtained her LPC (Licensed Professional Counselor License) in 2003.

After working as a child and adolescent therapist in a clinical setting, Ms. Lopez opened a private practice in March 2006 to focus primarily on providing trauma based therapy services to children in the foster care system. She was in private practice until July 2021 prior to joining the KISD staff in August 2021.

Ms. Lopez provides mental health and emotional support services to students in the junior high and high school primarily, and to the elementary campuses as needed. She is also available to provide support services and resources to parents of our students.

Ms. Lopez believes that children learn better when their mental health is strong. Having a confidential place where students can talk and learn healthy ways of coping, will not only help them perform better in the classroom, but can also provide the support and reassurance they need to face future challenges.

If you have any questions and would like to know more about any of the services provided, please call or email Ms. Lopez at:

Phone:  817-774-5382