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Expert and pragmatic
Investment in an experienced therapist can mean substantial positive returns for your overall health and well being.
Stressed out professionals
Angry, anxious, or depressed men
Marriages needing to learn the rules of healthy communication
Substance use management
WHAT PAST CLIENTS SAY
“He has helped me with so much as far as my relationship, my self confidence, and a better understanding of myself and my past. He has given me many life long tools to better my life and my relationships.”
— George T
Richard's approach is very pragmatic. You will learn to live more fully in the present moment and be more deeply connected with what is most important in your life.
Since 2010 Richard has been licensed to practice counseling in Texas and is an approved supervisor for early career therapists.
Most recently the clinical director for a prominent psychiatric hospital Richard has worked with a wide-range of clients and client problems. Richard brings expertise, authenticity, and compassion to every need.
In 2009 he received a grant from the Texas Department of Health and Human Services to establish Twogether in Texas, a program providing free pre-marital classes, in north Houston.
Richard completed his Masters in Counseling at The Houston Graduate School of Theology where he learned the role of healthy, balanced spirituality in mental wellness.
Most importantly however, Richard is also a husband and father of two.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
What do you charge?
50 min sessions are $180. Sometimes I ask couples to meet me for 2 hours and the rate for an hour and 50 min is $360.
Do you accept insurance?
I no longer accept insurance.
Do you offer evening or weekend sessions?
I typically see clients Monday - Friday from 1PM until 8PM. However, I am happy to schedule weekend appointments when their work travel makes it difficult to meet during the week.
How do I get started?
The first thing to do is send me a message or call me. Let me know when a good time to call you is and we can arrange a telephone consultation. That way I can get a feel for how I might be able to help you and if I don't feel like I'm the right person I can refer you to someone I think might better serve you.
Are the meetings confidential?
The meetings are completely confidential as required by law. The only reason I would break confidentiality without my client's consent is if I knew a child, or similarly protected person, were being abused or neglected.
Call, text, or email to arrange a free telephone consultation.