This category encompasses web sites from businesses and organizations providing mental health-related services in the greater Houston, Texas, area. Included are counseling, psychotherapy, and treatment or referral services available to help people overcome mental health problems and related difficulties.

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Avondale House
Non-profit organization providing day school education, residential care, and day-habilitation programs for individuals with autism and other pervasive developmental disorders.
Center for Anger Resolution
Offers information about the center, its programs, and professional certification as well as newsletters and an overview of the book "Anger Busting 101".
DebLin Health Concepts
Provides mental health clinical and consultative services in traditional and non-traditional settings.
Heritage Behavioral Health Consultants
Provides services related to therapy, education, and psychological assessments.
Houston Psychotherapy
Jungian oriented depth psychotherapy and counseling by Houston psychotherapist, Anna P. Guerra, JD,MA,LPC.
HoustonPsychologists.com
Four psychologists offering an alternative to managed care. Learn about the doctors, their practice and philosophy, and review their resources.
Laurie Baldwin, Ph.D.
Information, resources, and screening questionnaires for adults and children who may need help overcoming depression, anxiety, attention deficit (ADD), superwomen syndrome, eating disorders, low sexual energy/desire, and relationship problems.
Menninger Clinic
Specialty psychiatric and behavioral hospital offering diagnostic and treatment programs for adolescents and adults. Extensive information about services and research activities. Formerly located in Topeka, Kansas.
TrueSelf Transitions
Offers comprehensive treatment of sexual addictions, codependency, love/relationship addiction, childhood abuse, and family or origin work.
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