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Mariah Stickley, MEd

Telebehavioral Care: 979.436.0700


Mariah Stickley, MEd, serves as a Service Coordinator for Telebehavioral Care and a Practicum Counselor for Texas A&M Physicians Family Medicine Clinic. Stickley is a third-year doctoral student in the Counseling Psychology program at Texas A&M University.

Stickley grew up in rural Appalachia and has a passion for working in rural and underserved communities. She utilizes evidence-based and integrative treatments to tailor therapy services to the unique needs of each client. Stickley has experience working with a wide range of presenting concerns including complex trauma disorders, chronic pain, obsessive compulsive disorder, panic disorder, generalized anxiety disorder, major depression, and more. In addition to her clinical interests, Stickley enjoys conducting research on resiliency within trauma and chronic illness populations.

Stickley received her MEd in educational psychology from Texas A&M in 2018 and her BS in psychology from East Tennessee State University in 2017. She holds professional memberships in the American Psychological Association, the American Psychological Association—Division 22 Rehabilitation Psychology, and the Texas Psychological Association.

Services & Specialties



  • Service Coordinator, Telebehavioral Care
  • Practicum Counselor and Service Coordinator, Texas A&M Physicians Family Medicine Clinic

Education & Training

  • Texas A&M University, MEd, Educational Psychology, 2018
  • East Tennessee State University, BS, Psychology, 2017


  • Registered yoga teacher and meditation instructor (RYT-200)
  • Yoga for trauma and resilience level 1 training certified


Telebehavioral Care

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