At the heart of Richland Oaks is our counseling services. We know entering counseling takes some courage, as does walking through the difficulties in your life. We want to walk this path with you. And no matter the storm, we want to see you through the storm, not just in it.
Because we are a diverse group, we offer counseling for challenges that affect us from the womb to tomb. Be it individual, couples/marital, family or group, we offer it. Be it for anxiety or depression, relationships or career, trauma or adjustments, we offer it. Be it play therapy, talk therapy, or consultation, we offer it.
For more information about our current and upcoming group counseling services, click here.
Because we are a diverse group, we offer counseling in multiple languages, including American Sign Language, Spanish, and Hindi/Urdu/Punjabi.
And all our counseling is offered fee-for-service, insurance based, sliding scale, and in many cases probono. For more information about our free services, click here.
We offer counseling for the following concerns:
Major Depression Disorder
Seasonal Affective Disorder
Co-Occuring Conditions with Drug/Alcohol/Addictions
Depression and Anxiety
Learning Disorders and ADHD
Borderline Personality Disorder
Narcissistic Personality Disorder
Schizoid Personality Disorder
PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder)
Physical and Emotional Abuse
Domestic Violence/Partner Abuse
LGBT Specific Concerns
Coming Out to self, family, friends and co-workers
Discrimination/Trauma/Bullying related to being LGBT
Transition Support and Adjustment Concerns
Defiant/Disruptive Behavior and Discipline Difficulties
Please note, as of 2015 in the state of Texas, psychologists (and any clinicians-in-training) are not permitted to provide statements in court regarding appropriate custody of a minor, parental fitness (i.e. which parent is a psychologically better fit to raise the child), and/or parental alienation unless they have had specialized training in this area (usually referred to as Forensic Psychologists and/or Parental Facilitators). Please consult with your clinician regarding their training in this area and with your lawyer should you believe these issues may arise.
School Related Concerns
ADHD and Learning Differences
Anxiety and Depression
Truancy and School Refusal
Making and Keeping Friendships
Bullying and Teasing