Sunny Glen Counseling Services
For over 80 years, Sunny Glen Children's Home has served children in need of homes. In the summer of 2017, they added counseling to their services. Counseling services are now available to all of the community -- not just to residents. We offer individual, couple's, family, and group counseling to people of all ages. We have a beautiful counseling center with 4 offices and a play therapy room. Look for the "Poenisch Counseling Center" on the Sunny Glen Campus. Our building has been named after the Poenisch family in honor of their significant contributions towards building the counseling center. Se habla español!
Hours of Operation
Monday-Friday: 8 am to 5 pm
Additional appointment times by request
Hannah Keel, M.A., LPC
| Phone: 956-734-2345
Elsa Garcia, M. Ed., Intern
Hannah Keel is the Clinical Director of Sunny Glen Counseling Services. She graduated in 2013 with a Master's in Marriage and Family Therapy. She is knowledgeable about family issues, trauma, and child development. She has also had training in play therapy techniques and techniques for serving victims of sexual abuse. Hannah is also a TBRI practitioner (a model designed for treating children from difficult and traumatic circumstances). Hannah has been happily married to her wonderful husband, Dustin, for 11 years. They have 2 children, 3 chickens, and 1 dog.
Elsa Garcia, born and raised in Brownsville, TX, graduated from the University of Texas ar Rio Grande Valley. She received her Masters degree in Education -Counseling and Guidance in 2017. She also received her Bachelors degree in Education with an EC-6 th ESL Generalist major in 2012. Ms. Garcia has a passion helping her community and working with children. Her plans are to become a fully Licensed Professional Counselor and work with children who have experienced trauma. She also is working on becoming a Registered Play Therapist.
Roxanne Delgado, Intern
Miguel Gaytan, Intern
Roxanne M. Delgado, BA was born and raised in Brownsville TX. She studied Psychology and Sociology at The University of Texas at Brownsville and proceeded to work on a Master’s degree in counseling. Roxanne has passed the CPCE exam on November 12, 2016 at The University of Texas Rio Grande Valley and is scheduled to graduate in August 2017. She has worked in the fast-paced Texas Attorney General’s Office where she assisted families around the Cameron County area obtain child support services. Roxanne has since shifted gears once approached with a great opportunity to work even more with the community at Sunny Glen as a Case Manager/Unit Director. Passionate about helping others, a foster care facility was a perfect fit. On her free time, Roxanne enjoys spending time with her son, working out and living a healthy life style. Thankful for an amazing support system, Roxanne will continue to help children and families around the Cameron County area with such dedication and ambition.
Miguel H. Gaytan, born and raised in Brownsville, Texas, graduated in 2015 with a Bachelors in Psychology from University of Texas Brownsville. He is currently completing Masters in Clinical Rehabilitation Counseling from Texas Tech University Health Science Center in Lubbock, Texas, through distance learning. He is employed as a Youth and Family Program Supervisor for Tropical Texas Behavioral Health. He started his career at Tropical as a case manager for Youth and Family Department. Soon after, he was promoted to Mobile Crisis Outreach Team (MCOT), and subsequently to his current position. His passion is helping people with mental health disabilities so that they may lead a healthy happy life.