Suzanne Mouton-Odum, Ph.D.
Dr. Mouton-Odum is a licensed psychologist who received her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from the University of Texas at Austin, Master of Arts in School Psychology from Trinity University in San Antonio, and Doctor of Philosophy in Counseling Psychology from the University of Houston. She completed her doctoral residency at the University of Texas Medical School, Houston. Dr. Mouton-Odum is a Clinical Assistant Professor at Baylor College of Medicine and President of PsycTech, Ltd., Technology for Psychology. Dr. Mouton-Odum has practiced psychology for over 20 years in the Houston area and has extensive experience conducting cognitive behavioral treatment for children, adolescents, and adults, psychological assessment, and evidence-based psychological treatments. Dr. Mouton-Odum is a member of the Scientific Advisory Board of the Foundation for Body Focused Repetitive Behaviors, formerly the Trichotillomania Learning Center, and past president of both the Texas Psychological Foundation and the Houston Psychological Association. She has published numerous scientific journal articles, presents both internationally and at national conferences, and is coauthor of three books for the general public.
Steve Bailley, Ph.D.
Dr. Steven E. Bailley received his Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from the University of Manitoba, and a Master of Arts and a Doctor of Philosophy in Clinical Psychology from the University of Windsor. He completed a post-doctoral fellowship in Clinical Psychology and Research in the Department of Psychiatry at the University of Texas Medical School in Houston. He has extensive training and experience in the integrative treatment of adolescents and adults. His main clinical interests involve working therapeutically with traumatized individuals (e.g., individuals facing grief and loss issues, coping with an affair, or other sudden and destabilizing life changes or transitions), in the treatment of depression and anxiety-related conditions, and in the field of Suicidology in terms of suicide prevention and postvention work (i.e., working with those bereaved by a suicidal death). He is a Certified Clinical Trauma Professional (International Association of Trauma Professionals), and is credentialed as a Health Service Psychologist (National Register of Health Service Psychologists). Dr. Bailley is licensed to practice psychology in the state of Texas and in the province of Alberta.
Rosie Polifroni, Ph.D.
Dr. Rosie Polifroni earned her Master of Arts and Doctoral of Philosophy degrees in Clinical Psychology from the University of Houston. Her internship was completed at Nationwide Children’s Hospital in Columbus, OH which was followed by a fellowship position at Children’s Medical Center in Dallas, TX. Prior to attending graduate school, Dr. Rosie obtained her Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from Smith College. Dr. Rosie has worked in a variety of clinical settings included hospitals and private outpatient clinics. Her treatment approach is cognitive behavioral, which targets both the thoughts and behaviors that hinder success. Therapy tends to be solution-focused and goal-directed. Dr. Rosie specializes in the treatment of anxiety disorders including OCD; however, her training is broad and she enjoys working with a variety of challenges including depression, behavior management, executive function weaknesses, and social skills difficulties. She also specializes in the assessment of ADHD, learning disabilities, and cognitive functioning. Dr. Rosie is a member of the American Psychological Association and the Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies.
Tyson Reuter, Ph.D.
Dr. Tyson Reuter received his Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and Philosophy from Hobart and William Smith Colleges, a Master of Arts in Psychology from the University of Houston, and a Doctor of Philosophy in Clinical Psychology from the University of Houston. He completed his residency in Clinical Psychology at Northwestern University, Feinberg School of Medicine. Dr. Reuter works with patients across the developmental lifespan (early childhood through adulthood), and has interest and expertise in adolescence, anxiety, OCD, tic disorders, and LGBT health. He specializes in providing solution-focused, evidenced-based treatments, primarily Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT), and has enjoyed working in a variety of treatment settings including hospitals, medical schools, inpatient psychiatric facilities, community clinics, and private practice. Dr. Reuter is trained as a scientist-practitioner and is published widely in peer-reviewed scientific journals on various health behaviors and continues to present at national conferences on related topics.