M.S., LPC, CEC
Chandler is a native of Dallas, attended the University of Mississippi and received his B.A. in Psychology. He completed his graduate studies at Southern Methodist University where he received his Master of Science in Counseling. Later he completed advanced graduate studies certificate programs in Dispute Resolution and Executive Coaching.
Early in his career Chandler worked for Carson Consulting, a Dallas based consulting firm specializing in corporate assessment. There he gained experience conducting interviews/assessments, interfacing with prospective executive employees and compiling corporate profiles to assist with the hiring and onboarding processes for several large companies in the Dallas area. After graduating with his Master’s degree, Chandler joined Heritage and began growing his private practice working with families and individuals one on one.
Now serving as Managing Partner with Heritage and with over a decade of experience in the psychology field, Chandler’s efforts have more than doubled the size of the practice. His results focus approach and dedication to improving the client’s experience has, in part, vaulted Heritage to a premiere private health care provider. Chandler now manages and oversees the consulting services division at Heritage that provides executive assessment and executive coaching services to businesses in the DFW Metroplex.
Currently, Chandler splits his time developing partnerships with physician groups, counseling individuals and families, and working with organizations as a leadership development executive coach. In his spare time, Chandler serves as an executive board member of the CARE Dallas, a nonprofit dedicated to educating and helping families dealing with addiction and substance abuse. Chandler, his wife Casey, and their two children live in University Park and attend Highland Park Presbyterian Church. In his leisure time he enjoys college sports, triathlons, fishing, hunting, and most things pertaining to the great outdoors.
“Too often we are afforded the comfort of opinion without the discomfort of thought.” John F. Kennedy