We offer care for the following adult patient needs:

  • Mood disorders such as depression and bipolar disorder
  • Anxiety disorders such as obsessive compulsive, panic or phobic disorders
  • Personality disorders
  • Eating disorders
  • Psychiatric disorders related to women's reproductive events
  • Marital and family conflicts
  • Relationship problems
  • Evaluation and treatment of organ transplant donors and recipients
  • Work-related problems
  • Brain injury-related problems

Specialized Services

Mood Disorders. Specialized assessments, research, pharmacotherapy and specific psychotherapy techniques for depression and bipolar disorder.

Anxiety Disorders. Integrated medication and therapy for obsessive compulsive disorder, panic disorder and post traumatic stress disorders.

Psychological Evaluation Services. Personality testing and neuropsychological assessment is available.

Marital and Couple Psychotherapy. Assessment and treatment of relationships, includes marital and couple therapy and pre-marital counseling.

Group Psychotherapy. Weekly/continuous interpersonal process groups examining patterns and conflicts within important relationships. Three adult groups offered include: mixed gender/adult, women's, men's and Spanish-speaking.

Sexual Abuse Treatment Program. Specialized treatment of sexual abusers and other deviant behavior. Group therapy and adjunctive treatment is provided.

Child and Adolescent. Evaluation and treatment of children including individual and family therapy, parenting, pharmacotherapy and psychological testing, with a focus on disruptive behavior, mood disorders, anxiety disorders and eating disorder. 

Pediatric Services

Texas Children's Psychiatry Clinic provides care for children and adolescents.

Community Service

Baylor Psychiatry Clinic is also actively involved in the community, offering screening programs for depression, anxiety and eating disorders, as well as support groups for grief and loss, post-divorce problems and other mental health issues. In addition, the Clinic provides speakers to address mental health topics of interest to community groups.