The following is a list of Houston counseling resources that may meet your needs if you feel Accessible Career may not be a fit. However, we would like to offer you a chance to chat. Call us for a personalized referral at 832.777.7464.

In the event of a mental health emergency, if you are in danger, or if you are about to hurt yourself, for immediate assistance, dial 911. 

Accessible Career does not have after hours or 24-hour assistance available. In the event you need help now, call 911 or go to your local emergency room. The Neuropsychiatric Center provides 24-hour services for psychiatric emergencies.

for Houston counseling resources in your insurance network, you can try:

To search for a specific insurance provider, consider the following directories:

Psychology Today (select your insurance provider on the left side)

GoodTherapy (select your insurance provider on the left side)

TherapyDen (select your insurance from the insurance drop down and hit search)

Mental Health America of Greater Houston Guide to resources.


Julianna Poor Memorial Counseling Center offers individual, couples, and group counseling as well as a variety of workshops periodically. For information on setting an appointment, call 713.335.6462 General Services Bldg. 4211 Elgin or visit their website.

Jewish Family Services offers counseling services to people of all faiths focusing on affordable counseling. To schedule an appointment, call 713.667.9336.

Institute for Muslim Mental Health offers a nationwide directory of mental health professionals whose practice is informed by Islam. You can locate counselors in Houston by specifying the location in the keyword search box.

individual and family

Legacy Community Health has twelve clinics that offer behavioral health services across the Greater Houston area. They also offer psychiatric services. To set an appointment, call one of the twelve clinics offering behavioral health.

Family Services of Greater Houston offers individual and family counseling at these locations. To set an appointment, call: 713.861.4849

Psychological Resource and Services Center at the University of Houston provides counseling to the community. Services for veterans and families are available at no cost. For further information about their services, call 713.743.8600.

Psychological Services Clinic at the University of Houston: Clear Lake provides counseling to the community in southeast Houston. Individual and family counseling are available on a sliding scale.

Krist Samaritan Counseling Center, located in the Clear Lake area, offers counseling and psychological testing. To schedule an appointment for counseling, call 281.480.7554. You can get further information on psychological or educational testing here.


Depelchin Children’s Center offers counseling services for children and families at several locations. To set an appointment, call: 713.730.2335.


The following providers offer assessments or evaluations. Whether you need an evaluation for your education or to provide your employer appropriate disability-related documentation for your accommodations, the following sources may take insurance or offer a sliding scale:

Psychological Research and Services Center

The University of Houston
3695 Cullen Boulevard Room 126
Houston, TX 77204-5022
Phone: 713.743.8500

Services include dyslexia and ADD/ADHD assessments. Fees vary, sliding scale available but the provider does not accept insurance.

Kristen S. Hassett, PhD, Licensed Psychologist @ Psychouston

Phone: 832.607.2554

13201 Northwest Fwy, Suite 780
Houston, TX 77040-6008

Services include learning disability and ADD/ADHD assessments. Fees start at $850.00 to $1,000 for assessment but the provider does not accept insurance.

Autism Assessment Services at CADD (Center for Autism and Developmental Disabilities)

University of Houston: Clear Lake

Phone: 281-283-3452
Fax: 281-283-3510

Arbor South
2700 Bay Area Blvd, Box 245
Houston, TX 77058-1002

Graduate students in the School Psychology Program provide comprehensive evaluations for students on the autism spectrum under the supervision of faculty at the UHCL Psychological Services clinic. The evaluations are designed to identify the student's condition, describe functioning levels across several domains, and make recommendations for intervention based on student needs and research-based practices.

For more information, contact Dr. Cynthya Campbell-Palmer at

Outpatient Assessment for Adults in the Menninger Clinic at Baylor College of Medicine

  1. Michelle A. Patriquin, Ph.D., Staff Psychologist, Outpatient Services
  2. Alton Bozeman, Ph.D., Staff Psychologist, Outpatient Services
  3. Jonathan Stevens, MD.,
  4. Psychiatrist (Specialist in ASD, AD/HD)

Phone: (713) 275-5229  Fax: (713) 275-5136


  • Evaluations for autism spectrum disorders including ADOS/2 and ADI-R (gold standard)
  • Assessments for ADD/ADHD and learning disabilities
  • Neuropsychological evaluations
  • Medication management of ASD and AD/HD


  • Varies by assessment type and rate per clinician, sliding scale may be available
  • Accepts insurance

Dr. Amanda Barrow, Ph.D.Psychologist

11104 W. AirPort Blvd., Suite 135, Stafford, TX 77077

Phone: (832) 328-0008



  • Varies by assessment type and rate per clinician, sliding scale available
  • Accepts insurance as an out of network provider