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Jennifer L. Rockett, Ph.D., P.L.L.C., Psychologist  in Bryan
“Greetings! I am a clinical and forensic psychologist who provides services in Bryan/College Station, Texas. I received my doctorate in Clinical Psychology from Sam Houston State University in 2009 after completing a pre-doctoral internship at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, Texas. I completed a post-doctoral clinical fellowship at Scott & White Clinic in College Station. My newly opened practice will serve individuals between the age of 4 and 65 and families. My goal in working with clients is to provide opportunities for resiliency, emotional and behavioral growth.
(979) 256-2633
Bryan, Texas 77802
Donna M. Hilbig, Counselor  in Bryan
Verified by Psychology Today
Counselor, MEd, LPC-S, NCC, SEP, DCMHS
“Stress is a natural result of facing life's challenges and necessary for growth. Finding balance allows us to manage stress. With 25 years of experience working with children, adults, couples and families, I can help you and those you love navigate the journey of growth and self-discovery, develop and prioritize strategies for achieving your goals and find balance. I start by performing a solution-focused interview to identify and build upon your unique strengths and resources. I have faith in the perseverance of the human spirit, given the right amount of time, support and the necessary tools.
(979) 475-8830
Bryan, Texas 77802
Hope Counseling Bryan,   in Bryan
“I have been a Licensed Professional Counselor for fifteen years. I have broad experiences working for the Mental Health Mental Retardation Authority, a psychiatric hospital and for two Samaritan Counseling Centers (non-profit organization). I work with children, adolescents and adults. I counsel couples and families. I work most extensively with co-dependent women. Helping them improve their self-esteem and make healthier decisions for themselves and their families is a very rewarding experience. I also work extensively with persons suffering from depression and anxiety. I find success working with children ages five to twelve.
(979) 216-5027
Bryan, Texas 77803
Dr. Michael Russell, Counselor  in College Station
“I've been in practice for almost 30 years, the last 26 in the Bryan/College Station area. I work with individuals, couples, and families on a variety of issues. I have extensive experience in treating depression, anxiety, personality disorders, marital issues, anger, stress management, and parent-child relationships. I am available for office sessions as well as phone and online counseling.
(979) 227-4116
Gregg Unterberger, Counselor  in College Station
“Having trouble sleeping? Stressed out, feeling numb, paralyzed or confused? Perhaps you find yourself stuck in the grip of an image of yourself from your childhood, an echo of unkind or absent parents. Many people come to me because they feel hopeless and can no longer find joy or meaning in their lives. Still others are haunted by traumatic events that they can't get out of their heads. Therapy is a powerful healing alliance between therapist and client. I work with and for you; you are the expert on you.
(512) 337-3181
Cynthia Shannon, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Bryan
Verified by Psychology Today
Marriage & Family Therapist, MS, LMFT
“Restoring relationships is a special interest of mine. Dealing with marriage and couples' issues, conflict, infidelity, parenting problems, empty nest, failed life dreams, and loss of loved ones are among the issues I help people address. I use a collaborative solution-oriented approach that is focused, caring, and honoring. I will listen intently to your unique story, encourage you to draw on inner wisdom and hidden strengths, and co-create solutions tailored to your goals. Please schedule appointments at your convenience on my website: www.OneHeartTherapy.com. Evening, afternoon, and weekend appointments are available.
(979) 571-8964
Bryan, Texas 77802
Patti Gail Henderson, Psychologist  in Bryan
“I use a person-centered, individualized approach for therapy. On our journey together, I hope to help you become connected to your authentic self and to recognize the roadblocks and choices that can prevent or advance you along the path to obtaining your greater potential. Therapy is about sharing your real life story and knowing another person wants to listen, without judgment, We are all human beings walking a similar road, I would like the opportunity to walk that road with you. I would be honored to work with you in your quest for better psychological health.
(979) 316-4021
Bryan, Texas 77802
Nancy Conlin, Counselor  in College Station
“I provide a nonjudgmental and safe place for you to explore your concerns. Each person receives a personalized approach to set goals and work toward a more fulfilling life. I use biblical and psychological principals to help you achieve insights, make changes, overcome obstacles, and gain balance in life. My clients affirm my warmth, acceptance, encouragement, and pragmatic style of therapy.
(979) 256-1145
Deborah A Barton, Psychologist  in College Station
“We often seek therapy when we feel lost, hopeless or discouraged. Sometimes the reason for confusion is unknown. My goal is to help each person I encounter in therapy find an increase in clarity and hope. I strive to understand each client's experience of life. We will use your values, strengths and desires to shape goals. I want to help each person feel comfortable and stretch to grow when the time is right. We can use, for example, cognitive behavioral therapy, interpersonal work, or active imagination.
(979) 339-5082
Gordon D Lamb, Psychologist  in Bryan
“Lamb Behavioral Health Center provides counseling and assessment services for children and families. We treat individuals with mild to severe psychological disorders. We also foster prevention through education and consultation.
(979) 488-4309
Bryan, Texas 77802
“In 1987, I started a private practice as a Psychologist to help serve those who are hurting and in need. I attempt to meet each patient where they are at, in a nonjudgmental manner, and help each one of them to gain the skills necessary to take control of their life.If you are in need of psychological counseling, marriage or family counseling, Christian counseling, individual counseling, or just struggling with life then consider giving me a chance to help you. Feel free to check out our website at: www.bvccounseling.com
(979) 457-4017
Bryan, Texas 77802
Lauri Baker Brown, Counselor  in College Station
“Each client is unique and brings specific needs and concerns to treatment. My goal is to help you identify areas in your life creating pain or distress and identify alternate strategies. The goal of treatment is to empower you to identify necessary changes and make choices to effectively alter your life. Treatment is not a recipe book with directives, but rather a collaborative effort to help you overcome any hurdles you are facing and move toward a happier and more fulfilling life. Change often comes in our most distressing moments, but can bring joy and happiness to our futures!
(979) 256-2694
La Hacienda College Station, Treatment Facility  in College Station
“Chemical addiction is a devastating disease involving body, mind and spirit. La Hacienda Treatment Center has been successfully treating this disease since 1972. Our clinical staff is one of the largest professional teams consisting of licensed physicians, counselors, and nurses who are dedicated to reversing the progressions of the compulsive craving, seeking, and use of alcohol and other drugs. Through the utilization of the latest advances in Addiction Medicine, individual and group counseling, immersion in 12-Step recovery principles and long term continuing care planning, patients find that full recovery is more than just a possibility.
(979) 773-3230
Celeste Arden Riley, Psychologist  in Bryan
“My practice is co-located within an OB/GYN private practice, offering women the opportunity to incorporate their mental health needs with their medical care. I also accept outside referrals. I have a strong background in treating depressive and anxiety disorders, and in consulting with other disciplines to provide patients with the most comprehensive care possible.
(979) 457-4020
Bryan, Texas 77802
Brittney E. Mangum, Counselor  in College Station
“As a Licensed Professional Counselor Intern (LPC-Intern), my areas of competence include individual and relationship counseling, with an emphasis in grief/trauma counseling. I have basic training in Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR), an evidence-based psychotherapy for Post-traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and Trauma. I am not able to prescribe medications to clients.
(979) 589-4515
Jeanette Madkins, Psychologist  in Bryan
“The most distressing experiences can transform us in ways we often don't anticipate. I believe in our innate capability to move towards healing and wholeness. I strive to support clients as they regain their sense of stability and work towards change. The goal for therapy is to help empower clients to reconnect with their authentic self, inner voice, and sense of resiliency. My theoretical style is collaborative and integrative in nature, blending interpersonal, cognitive behavioral, and emotion-focused approaches as appropriate.
(979) 243-3830
Bryan, Texas 77802
Amanda Pasley Gray, Counselor  in Bryan
“There are times in all of our lives when we feel lost or alone. You may stop and think, "how did I get here," "this is not where I wanted to be," or "now what". My goal is to help each individual find answers to those questions and guide them back to a path they want to be on. You and I will both be involved in developing your counseling goals based on your values and beliefs. Once we determine your ultimate goal and destination, we will begin our journey together to find the path you want to be on.
(512) 270-6175
Bryan, Texas 77802
“In therapy, I see myself as a resource, like a compass, to help a person who may feel lost, confused, or discouraged and is looking for a positive direction to take to reach their goals. A typical first session with me starts with my opening statement in which I define my role in therapy, discuss confidentiality issues, and establish expectations. We would then work on articulating your goals, gathering your personal history, and prioritizing which issues you want to work on first. I view psychotherapy as a partnership; us working together to help you achieve your goals.
(979) 256-4313
Bryan, Texas 77807
Patricia R. Martinez, Psychologist  in College Station
“I am a licensed psychologist and marriage and family therapist in private practice in the FM 1960 community since 1983, consulting with individuals, couples, and families. My specialty is relationship repair, working with families, couples, and in the work place. My approach is more as a relationship coach assisting others in creating the kind of relationships they want in life. I especially enjoy working with couples, teaching them tools to repair their relationship so that they can work together respectfully in a caring way without acting out and passing onto their children disrespectful, nonrelational behavior.
(281) 201-6778
Office is near:
College Station, Texas 77845
The Ranch at Clear Springs, Treatment Facility  in College Station
“The Ranch at Clear Springs firmly believes in treating the whole person. Using a multi-disciplinary team approach, we specialize in the treatment of the following addictions: Alcohol, Opiates, Methamphetamines, Cocaine, Prescription Drugs, Marijuana, and others. We provide medically supervised detox and assessment of co-occurring disorders. Based on a 12-step philosophy, our program provides individual and group counseling, while maintaining a 1:8 ratio. Additional treatment services include family programming, equine-assisted learning, ROPES course, yoga, and therapeutic fishing. Smoking cessation is available upon request. A full spectrum of family engagement, extended treatment options, aftercare and alumni services provides each client the best opportunity to establish lifelong recovery and continued personal growth.
(877) 843-7262
We serve:
College Station, Texas 77840

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