Telephone: (254) 239-1027                                              Email:

Tricare, most Medicaid, and many other insurance carriers accepted.

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Comfortable seating, located near Fort Hood in Honeysuckle Plaza.



The goal is to EMPOWER you with confidence, esteem, knowledge, and coping skills to manage or overcome your current stressors. You set the pace and are the main decision-maker on how you want to achieve your goals. Counselors provide good listening skills, coupled with encouraging and insightful feedback, aiding you to focus and meet your goals so that you are more able to tackle stressors on your own.

EXPECT to get an improved awareness on how your stressors are affecting you and a more optimistic view that improvements can be made in coping, managing, and conquering stressors. PERCEPTIONS have a large influence on our attitudes which then direct our moods and behaviors. Increasing awareness of one's own perceptions and how they help or hinder daily life is a very significant coping skill.

At times, our experiences can cause problems in relationships, employment, or just uncomfortable feelings in general. Such experiences can be from trauma, abuse, criticism, grief, loss, or even from self-perceptions of inadequacy. EMOTIONAL HEALING can be achieved by expressing those experiences and feelings in an empathetic atmosphere to professionals who understand the course of emotional healing.

There are a growing number of available options for developmental conditions, such as autism. Professional counselors do not treat medically, but they can provide awareness of some of the various health practitioners and treatments available to choose from and teach both behavioral modification techniques and coping skills to decrease symptoms. Many individuals will benefit from a combination of services from health-care providers, counselors, and other service providers, depending upon the individual's unique needs and goals.

You have rights and limitations concerning confidentiality and protected health information. Email to recieve more information.


  • Gambling
  • Smoking
  • Alcohol
  • Drugs
  • Other


  • Nightmares
  • Panic Attacks
  • Obsessiveness
  • Compulsiveness
  • Paranoia
  • Nervousness
  • Shyness

Interactive Issues

  • Inconsiderateness
  • Attention Deficits
  • Mood Swings
  • Relationship Struggles
  • Perfectionism
  • adoption issues

Stress Management

  • Job Demands
  • Family Demands
  • Responsibilities
  • Other

Coping Skills for:

  • Autism
  • Lyme Disease
  • Autoimmune Disorders
  • Grief/Loss
  • Other