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 Co-Chair of the Scientific Advisory Board of the TLC 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 professional conferences, and is coauthor of three books for the general public.
Steven Bailley, Ph.D.
Dr. Bailley is a licensed psychologist who received his Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from the University of Manitoba, and a Master of Arts and Doctor of Philosophy in Clinical Psychology from the University of Windsor. He completed his post-doctoral fellowship in Clinical Psychology and Research in the Department of Psychiatry at the University of Texas Medical School, Houston. Dr. Bailley has practiced psychology in the Houston area for over 20 years and 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., due to grief and loss issues, adverse experiences, abuse, or other sudden or 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 Lasiter, Ph.D.
The Woodlands location
Dr. Rosie Lasiter 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 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, is a Clinical Assistant Professor at University of Texas Medical Branch, and past President of the Houston Psychological Association. Dr. Reuter works with patients across the developmental lifespan (childhood through adulthood), and has interest and expertise in adolescence, anxiety, OCD, tic disorders, trichotillomania (hair-pulling disorder), excoriation (skin-picking disorder), LGBT health, and psychological assessment. 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 top peer-reviewed scientific journals on various health behaviors. He continues to present at national conferences and his work has been featured on major media outlets such as CNN, USA Today, Newsweek, and US News and World Report. Dr. Reuter is the author of Standing Up to OCD Workbook For Kids: 40 Activities to Help Children Stop Unwanted Thoughts, Control Compulsive Behaviors, and Overcome Anxiety.
Hannah Sommer Garza, Ph.D.
Dr. Hannah Garza received her Bachelor of Science in Psychology from The University of Texas at Austin, Master of Arts in Psychology from the University of Houston, and Doctor of Philosophy in Clinical Psychology from the University of Houston. She completed her residency in Clinical Psychology at The University of Texas Health Science Center of San Antonio, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Track. Dr. Garza enjoys providing psychological assessments and evidence-based treatment for children, adolescents, and adults. She has interest and expertise in cognitive-behavioral therapy for adolescents, anxiety, trichotillomania (hair-pulling disorder), excoriation (skin-picking disorder), OCD, tic disorders, picky eating, food anxiety, and interpersonal effectiveness. Dr. Garza is also trained in Radically Open DBT (RO-DBT), an evidence-based treatment for maladaptive perfectionism and excessive self-control. Dr. Garza received the 2018 Trichotillomania Learning Center Foundation for Body-Focused Repetitive Behaviors Clinical Early Career Award. She has enjoyed working in a variety of treatment settings including community clinics, university counseling centers, academic medical centers, inpatient psychiatric facilities, and private practice. Dr. Garza has a special interest in decreasing stigma associated with mental health and its treatment, and she uses research-informed treatments flexibly to meet the needs of each client.
Kimberley Stanton, Ph.D.
Dr. Kimberley Stanton is a licensed psychologist who received her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from the University of Miami in Miami, Florida, Master of Science in Psychology from Texas A&M University, and Doctor of Philosophy in Clinical Psychology from Texas A&M University. She completed her residency at the Charleston Consortium and her postdoctoral fellowship at the Ralph H. Johnson Veterans Affairs Medical Center. Dr. Stanton thoroughly enjoys working with teenagers and adults, and has an interest and extensive training in treating anxiety, depression, and trauma-related disorders. She also has specialty training in couple therapy and expertise in helping couples work through and overcome obstacles in their relationships stemming from individual differences, life transitions (i.e., parenthood, empty nest, retirement), emotional distance, and infidelity. Dr. Stanton has worked in a variety of treatment settings including hospitals, medical schools, community clinics, and private practice. She is trained as a scientist-practitioner, and strives to facilitate meaningful and lasting change by providing a safe place to reflect, process, and enhance well-being. Dr. Stanton also enjoys providing psychological assessments. She is licensed to practice psychology in the state of Texas and in the state of South Carolina, and is fluent in English and Spanish.
Jennifer Jansen, Ph.D.
Dr. Jennifer Jansen received her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Smith College, Master of Arts in Psychology from the University of Houston, and Doctor of Philosophy in Clinical Psychology from the University of Houston. She completed a residency and postdoctoral fellowship at Texas Children’s Hospital/Baylor College of Medicine (TCH). At TCH, she gained extensive training in evidence-based treatment of mental health issues as relates to pediatric illness and a wide range of medical conditions. Jennifer is passionate about working with individuals of all ages on cognitive, behavioral, and emotional factors to promote overall health. She has special interest in the relationship between sleep and anxiety and was recognized with an award from the Society of Behavioral Sleep Medicine for her dissertation project on the role of sleep in anxiety intervention. She has also published several book chapters and scientific journal articles. Jennifer has worked across a variety of clinical settings including an academic medical center, residential and day-treatment program, and community clinics. She enjoys providing parent management training and cognitive-behavioral therapy in the treatment of behavior problems, anxiety, and depression with children, adolescents, and adults. Additionally, she provides psychological assessments of cognitive functioning, ADHD, and learning problems. Jennifer strives to create a collaborative, supportive experience, and she is committed to tailoring an effective intervention to you so that you leave therapy with improved knowledge and resiliency.
Jocelyn Abrams, Ph.D.
Dr. Jocelyn Abrams completed her Ph.D. in Counseling Psychology at the University of Houston and her predoctoral fellowship in Clinical Psychology at Yale University School of Medicine. While at Yale, Dr. Abrams specialized in treating substance use, anxiety, and depression. Dr. Abrams completed her postdoctoral residency in Clinical Psychology at the VA Medical Center in Houston, where she focused on treating post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), trauma, substance use, anxiety, depression, and other concerns. Dr. Abrams is a Clinical Assistant Professor at Baylor College of Medicine. She spent several years providing personalized care at community clinics, university counseling centers, academic medical centers, and inpatient and outpatient psychiatric facilities. Dr. Abrams has extensive experience in using evidence-based modalities for treating depression, anxiety, adjustments, transition, loss, trauma related disorders (including PTSD), and substance use. Dr. Abrams is highly successful in working with a wide variety of clients, from adolescents to adults providing her clients with a safe, empathetic, and solution-based environment in which to grow and develop a new sense of self. This approach allows young and mature clients to achieve insight, increased awareness, empowerment, and personal growth. Dr. Abrams aids adolescents/young adults and adults in developing personally tailored coping skills to facilitate change. She also provides parent coaching, helping parents cope with their own stress and anxiety as their children face the challenges of life. The journey towards recovery is extremely personalized. Dr. Abrams is passionate about providing her clients with impactful insight, practical tools, and outstanding care to improve their well-being. It is possible to live a life of deep meaning, purpose, happiness, and peace.
Ana Rossiti-Duffey, MSW, LCSW
Ana Duffey is a licensed clinical social worker who received her Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and her Master of Social Work degrees from the University of Houston. Ana has over 20 years of training and experience conducting assessments and evidence-based treatment in the Houston area. Her post-graduate education includes advanced training in Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), mindfulness integration into psychological care, and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) through the Beck Institute. She enjoys working with adolescents and adults, has a collaborative and integrative approach, and grounds her practice in evidence-based therapeutic methods. Ana specializes in working with clients experiencing life transitions, anxiety, grief, and loss. Her clinical interests include emotional and social development, self-confidence, anxiety and anxious tendencies, avoidance, fears, coping with changes in relationships, parent support, adoption concerns, health and caregiver support, relocation, retirement, loss of loved ones, loss of beloved pets, and other significant life changes. Ana is licensed in the state of Texas and fluent in English and Portuguese.
Aleha Cantu, Ph.D.
The Woodlands location
Aleha Cantu is a licensed psychologist who received her Doctor of Philosophy degree in Clinical Psychology from Sam Houston State University. She completed her internship at the United States Medical Center for Federal Prisoners in Springfield, Missouri. There, she honed skills related to forensic assessment and treated complex mental health symptoms. Afterwards, she completed post-doctoral training in private practice. Dr. Cantu has worked with adolescents and adults in a variety of settings including outpatient clinics, community mental health centers, residential treatment centers, inpatient settings, and correctional facilities. Dr. Cantu is well versed in cognitive behavioral treatment (CBT). She often works with clients who report depression, anxiety, and trauma-related symptoms. Dr. Cantu also has expertise working with problematic sexual behaviors, including infidelity. She enjoys helping clients overcome impulse control problems, including ADHD symptoms, and executive functioning. Moreover, she has many years of experience providing substance abuse treatment. Dr. Cantu develops treatment goals tailored to clients’ individual needs, then targets symptoms using empirically supported methods. Additionally, she provides psychological assessments. In recent years, Dr. Cantu was a college educator; she is uniquely qualified to assist emerging adults who are navigating the challenges of young adulthood. Dr. Cantu is past president of the Sam Houston Area Psychological Association (SHAPA) and an active member of the Texas Psychological Association. She is also a clinical member of the Association for the Treatment of Sexual Abusers (ATSA).
Hannah Naumann, Psy.D
Post Doctoral Fellow
Dr. Hannah Naumann earned her Bachelor of Science in Psychology and Disability Studies from Northern Arizona University, and Master of Science and Doctor of Psychology in Clinical Psychology from California Lutheran University. She completed her doctoral residency at the University of Texas Health Science Center San Antonio, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Track, where she focused on treating post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), substance use, relationship distress, anxiety, depression, psychosis, personality disorders, learning disabilities, ADHD and tic disorders. Hannah thoroughly enjoys working with patients across the developmental lifespan (childhood through adulthood), and has interest and expertise in adolescent difficulties, anxiety disorders, depression, relationship distress, tic disorders and related disorders. She has specialty training in treating OCD and related disorders. Additionally, she provides psychological assessments of cognitive functioning, ADHD, and learning problems. Hannah is certified through UCLA as a PEERS® provider and offers social skills training to adolescents (11-18) in individual and group formats. She has worked in a variety of treatment settings including hospitals, intensive outpatient programs, medical schools, academic medical centers, community clinics, and private practice. While her focus in treatment is providing evidence- based cognitive-behavioral treatment, Hannah values client collaboration in treatment, to create a safe place for clients and to enhance overall well-being. Dr. Naumann is a postdoctoral fellow, meaning that she is in the final stages of training before becoming licensed. She is being supervised by Dr. Suzanne Mouton-Odum.
Johann D’Souza, Ph.D.
Post Doctoral Fellow
Dr. Johann D’Souza earned a BA from University of Dallas in Liberal Arts, Master of Arts in Psychology from Boston University, and a Masters and PhD in Clinical Psychology from the University of Houston on a Presidential Fellowship. He completed his Clinical internship at the Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD) specialty clinic of Baylor College of Medicine under the direction of Dr. Eric Storch. He works with children, adolescents, and adults using Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) to treat OCD, anxiety, and trauma. Dr. D’Souza is also interested in helping clients transform distraction and frustration into focus and fulfillment. He also performs psychological assessments to evaluate for attentional and or learning differences, as well as psychological disorders. He has 11 published articles focusing on the psychological benefits of resilience factors such as hope and optimism. Additionally, Dr. D’Souza is a research affiliate at Harvard’s Human Flourishing Program. Dr. D’Souza is a postdoctoral fellow, meaning that he is in the final stages of training before becoming licensed. He is being supervised by Dr. Suzanne Mouton-Odum.