Description and Mission

The Telehealth Counseling Clinic (TCC) is a non-profit psychological service, research, and training clinic operated under the administration of the Department of Educational Psychology and the Department of Health Promotion and Community Health Sciences at Texas A&M University Health Science Center. The TCC provides counseling and assessment services to low-income residents throughout Central Texas. These services are provided by a team of counseling psychology doctoral students and doctoral-level supervising faculty who are psychologists or otherwise licensed mental health professionals.

It is our mission to work collaboratively with community partners to improve accessibility and quality of care to underserved populations.

Services Providedmap

Doctoral students in the APA-accredited Counseling Psychology program, supervised by doctoral-level staff, provide counseling to individuals at rural clinics using high-quality videoconference technology via HIPPA-approved encryption and high-speed T1 lines. Services are provided in English and Spanish to adults and adolescents.

Remote clinics are located in Leon County (Centerville), Madison County (Madisonville), Washington County (Brenham), Grimes County (Navasota) and Brazos County (Bryan).

TCC Directors, Counselors and Staff
Executive Director: Timothy Elliott, Ph.D., ABPP


Director of Clinical Services: Carly McCord, Ph.D.


Trey Armstrong
Angel Glover
Mayra Sanchez Gonzalez
Christine Rosner
Jeremy Saenz
Ally Sequeira
Michaela Walsh

Marketing and Research Volunteers:
Semiu Gbadamosi
Parth Thakkar