Stephanie M. Rodriguez-Morales, PsyD
Provisional Trainee (under the supervision of Dr. William July, PhD, Licensed Clinical Psychologist)
Dr. Stephanie Rodriguez-Morales, Psy.D. has experience providing individual, group, and family psychotherapy to children, adolescents, and adults. She earned her doctoral degree in clinical psychology from Carlos Albizu University in Puerto Rico. Stephanie completed her Internship in an accredited American Psychological Association community clinic under a Sexual Abuse Support Program for Children and their Families. Her specialization is focused on trauma, sexual abuse, depressive, anxiety, and behavioral disorders. Also, Stephanie has clinical experience with cross-cultural family issues, medical illness, and substance use in adolescent and adults. Stephanie’s treatment and interventions are evidence-based such as Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavior Therapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT), Positive Psychology, and Solution Focus Brief Therapy. She is fully proficient in Spanish and English.
Elsie Burgos, M.S., LPA
Licensed Psychological Associate
Elsie Burgos is a licensed psychological associate in the state of Texas with experience in mental health (children and adult) and forensic evaluations. Born and raised in San Juan, Puerto Rico, Elsie received her BA in science and MA in Psychology from the University of Puerto Rico. She has experience in community mental health clinics, outpatient settings with special needs children, and in the past couple of years has worked for the probation and corrections department as a forensic clinician. She is fully proficient in Spanish and English.
Grace Walsh, MEd, LPC
Licensed Professional Counselor
Grace Walsh, M.Ed., LPC graduated the University of Houston with a B.S. in Psychology and a M.Ed. in Counseling. She completed her master's degree practicum in the counseling center at the University of St. Thomas. Grace has volunteered at Bo's Place, a bereavement center, as a co-facilitator and received training in grief counseling. She has also volunteered at the Houston Area Women’s Center as a sexual assault counselor and received training in crisis counseling. Grace has worked at the Menninger Clinic where she was a Mental Health Associate and also provided individual outpatient counseling at Menninger during her internship. She has received training in the Mandt System and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT). Grace offers counseling services for relationship issues, grief and loss, trauma work, family issues, self-esteem, and phase of life problems.
Teresa Flores, LCSW
Licensed Clinical Social Worker
Teresa Flores LCSW is a licensed mental health professional in the state of Texas with over 20 years experience in mental health (children and families), social work/healthcare, legal, immigration and Latino issues advocacy, adoption and aging population. Teresa received her BA in psychology from the University of St. Thomas and MSW from the University of Houston. Her diverse professional and personal experiences bring a unique and global perspective in working with clients and families. She was born in Dallas but was raised by immigrant parents from Mexico and Cuba. She is fully proficient in Spanish and English. Her strong and diverse work experience includes MHMRA, Mentor Inc, Spaulding for Children, M.D.Anderson Cancer Center, Vericare, and other organizations.
Dr. Jo Ann Formby, PsyD (Available in Houston & Dallas)
Licensed Clinical Psychologist
Dr. Jo Ann Formby is a licensed clinical psychologist and has over 25 years experience in the mental health field. She earned a doctoral degree (PsyD) in clinical psychology at Rosemead School of Psychology/Biola University in Southern California. Dr. Formby has considerable experience providing individual, group, and family psychotherapy as well as doing psychological and neurocognitive testing. Her specializations include treatment of depression, anxiety, grief, and history of trauma. She also specializes in and has a passion for working with those with medical conditions and physical disabilities, assisting them in adjusting to and managing the mental health challenges that can accompany physical illness. Through her experience providing psychological services to a wide variety of populations, as well as her personal experience of life with a physical disability, Dr. Formby is well-attuned to the interaction of mind, body, emotional, and spiritual factors that can influence one’s daily life and sense of wellbeing. She is versed in therapeutic approaches such as cognitive behavioral, psychodynamic, and interpersonal process therapies.
Dr. Formby has considerable experience supervising and training clinicians who are entering the field of psychology. She was an adjunct professor at Houston Baptist University, teaching courses in psychological assessment, theories of counseling, and group psychotherapy. She is a member of the Texas Psychological Association and the Fort Bend Psychological Association.
Michelle Munever, LPA
Michelle Munevar received her B.S. in psychology from Wichita State University in Kansas and her M.S. in psychology from the APA-accredited graduate program at the University of Texas at San Antonio. She completed her practicum at San Marcos Treatment Center, which concentrated on psychometric training with the administration and analysis of educational, objective personality, and neuropsychological assessments to residential patients in a clinical setting. Through her work in the psychometric field, she gained clinical and assessment experience with traumatic brain injury, psycho-educational, DSM clinical disorders, and neurobehavioral disorders with youth and adult populations in both clinical and forensic settings. She is proficient in administering, analyzing, and interpreting quantitative assessments that look to measure intellectual, academic, objective personality traits, and neuropsychological variables in both English and Spanish. She is a Licensed Psychological Associate in the state of Texas.
Maggie Ybarra, MS, LPC, CRC
Licensed Professional Counselor, Certified Rehabilitation Counselor
Timberly Lewis, M.Ed., LPC
Licensed Professional Counselor
Timberly Lewis, LPC, graduated from The University of North Texas with a B.A. in Psychology. She obtained her M.Ed. in Counseling from The University of Texas at Austin. She completed her master’s degree practicum at Austin Independent School District and The University of Texas at Austin. Timberly has worked in pediatric psychiatry, college-counseling centers, and in outpatient settings with children, adolescents, adults, couples, and as a parent educator. She is also trained in Level 2 of Gottman Couples Therapy.
Juanita has several years of experience as a health care office professional. She earned her Certified Medical Assistant designation at the Coleman College for Health Sciences of the Houston Community College. Juanita graduated Waltrip High School where she was a member of the JROTC. On weekends she is a proud and enthusiastic soccer mom.