Services and Clients

Services provided at the locations below include individual, couples, and group counseling. The TCC counselors help patients cope with anxiety, depression, bipolar disorder, post-traumatic stress disorder, relationship concerns, and grief.

The TCC is unable to provide services for those with severe, active suicidal/homicidal cognitions or active, unmedicated psychosis that would be best served by intensive in-person treatment.

Services are for patients 13 years of age and older.

Services are provided in English and can be provided in Spanish depending on the availability of Spanish-speaking counselors.

The TCC has conducted over 5000 sessions since 2009. The average amount of sessions for each patient is nine.

What to Expect

You can expect a safe place with the highest quality of care where your counselor will listen to your experiences, ask relevant questions about your life, and create useful solutions.

Typically, people come to counseling once per week for several weeks to work on their concerns while others come in just once or come in occasionally.

Intake Paperwork:

Before counseling sessions can begin, a Telehealth Counseling Clinic staff member will instruct you to complete intake paperwork.  

Adult Intake Paperwork

Child Intake Paperwork


The code of ethics for psychologists, federal laws, and state laws protect your confidentiality. This means that no record of your attendance or participation in counseling or assessment services is released without your written permission. However, in a very small number of cases, counselors are legally required to break confidentiality. They are as follows:

    Serious Threat to Health or Safety
    Child Abuse
    Elder Abuse
    Health Oversight
    Judicial or Administrative Proceedings
    Worker’s Compensation

In most legal proceedings, you have the right to prevent your counselor from providing any information about your treatment. In some proceedings involving child custody and those in which your emotional condition is an important issue, a judge may order your counselor’s testimony if he/she determines that the issues demand it. These situations occur rarely, but if it does occur, your counselor will make every effort to fully discuss it with you before taking any action.

How We Protect Your Information

At the TCC, we are committed to maintaining your privacy. For this reason, all paper records are kept under lock and key, and computer records are on a secure server. Records will only be available to administrative professionals (the supervisor, service coordinators, training director) and your student clinician. All staff at the TCC are bound to and trained under the confidentiality guidelines of the ethics code of the American Psychological Association.

The TCC uses a team-based approach to treatment. That means that your case will be routinely discussed with anyone involved in your treatment at the TCC. At times, your case may be discussed with other student clinicians for training purposes. In these situations, student clinicians avoid using any identifying information when discussing cases. In situations when there may be a conflict of interest (i.e., you know a staff member), measures are taken to insure confidentiality and protection of your information.


Telehealth counseling services are provided at the following locations:

Brazos County

Logo for the Health For All Clinic

Health For All Clinic

3030 E. 29th Street, Suite 111

Bryan, TX 77802

Phone: 979.774.4176


Grimes County

Logo for the Grimes County Health Resource Center

Grimes County Health Resource Center located inside St. Joseph’s Hospital

210 S. Judson Street

Navasota, TX 77868

Phone: 936.870.4575

Leon County

Logo for the Leon County Health Resource Center

Leon County Health Resource Center located inside the Health Point Clinic

607 W. Lassater Street

Centerville, TX 75833

Phone: 903.536.3687

Madison County

Front of the Madison County Health Resource Center building
Madison County Health Resource Center in Suite 100 of St. Joseph Professional Building behind St. Joseph Health Center

813 S State St Suite 100

Madisonville, TX 77864

Phone: 936.349.0714

Washington County

Front of the Washington County Health Services Building Brenham Community Health Clinic and operated by Faith Mission

100 S. Chappell Hill Street

Brenham, TX 77833

Phone: 979.836.1913

Telehealth Counseling Clinic

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4225 TAMU

College Station, TX 77843

Phone: 979.458.9990

Fax: 979.458.8445

*Clients are not seen at this clinic

Local Resources

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