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About Texas A&M Telebehavioral Care

What is Telebehavioral Care? 

Telebehavioral care, also known as telehealth counseling, is the use of videoconferencing technology to deliver health care services from a distance. Our research shows that clients who receive counseling services through telehealth experience symptom improvements in as few as four sessions.

Counselors help patients achieve their health goals by addressing conditions such as anxiety, depression, grief, relationship problems, suicidal thoughts, trauma and many other mental health concerns.

Distance, lack of transportation, cost and a lack of providers are all barriers to health care that Telebehavioral Care helps alleviate.

Texas A&M Telebehavioral Care (TBC) is a nonprofit psychological service, research and training clinic operated by the Department of Educational Psychology and the Department of Psychiatry at Texas A&M University.

Our services are provided by a team of doctoral-level trainees and licensed psychologist supervisors.


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What Counseling Services Do We Offer?

Individual Counseling for Adults

Individual Counseling for Adults is our most frequently used service. Adult clients are matched with one of our counselors for weekly appointments. Counseling sessions are usually 45 minutes in duration. TCC counselors help clients cope with depression, anxiety, relationship problems, grief, traumatic events, suicidal thoughts, and other mental health concerns.

Individual Counseling for Teenagers

Individual Counseling for Adolescents is available for adolescents aged 13 and older who are struggling with emotional, behavioral and adjustment-related concerns. Counselors treating younger clients will usually include parents or other caregivers in the treatment process to achieve the best outcomes for each family.

Couples Counseling

Couples counseling is available for married or unmarried partners who want to address relationship issues including communication, conflict resolution, grief, family planning, or other concerns.

Mindfulness Groups 

Mindfulness groups meet weekly and are designed to help clients learn relaxation and mindfulness skills for stress management.


Conditions Treated

  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Grief therapy
  • Mindfulness skills
  • Stress management
  • Suicidal thoughts
  • Traumatic event therapy


Texas A&M Telebehavioral Care provides free counseling services across the Brazos Valley:

Brazos County *

Health For All
3030 E. 29th St., Suite 111
Bryan, TX 77802

Texas A&M Health Family Care Bryan
2900 E. 29th St., Suite 100
Bryan, TX 77802

Psychiatry and Behavioral Health
8441 Riverside Parkway
Clinical Building 1, Suite 1400
Bryan, TX 77807

Burleson County *

1108 Woodson
Caldwell, TX 77836

715 Avenue H
Somerville, TX 77879

Falls County

Falls Community Hospital and Clinic
307 Live Oak Street
Marlin, TX 76661

Grimes County *

Grimes County Health Resource Center
(inside St. Joseph's Hospital)
210 S. Judson St.
Navasota, TX 77868

Leon County *

Leon County Health Resource Center
607 West Lassater
Centerville, TX 75833

Madison County *

Madison County Health Resource Center
(inside St. Joseph Professional Building)
813 S. State St., Suite 100
Madisonville, TX 77864

Robertson County *

Falls Community Hospital and Clinic
201 S. Main Street
Bremond, TX 76629

Hearne CHI St. Joseph
1643 N. Market St.
Hearne, TX 77859

St. Joseph's HealthPoint Franklin
808 W. Highway 79
Franklin, TX 77856

Washington County *

Brenham Community Health Clinic
100 S. Chappell Hill St.
Brenham, TX 77833

Brenham Jail

* County is eligible for telebehavioral care services in the schools. Locations to be announced. Learn more about Telebehavioral Care in Brazos Valley schools.


The mission of Texas A&M Telebehavioral Care is to lead in telebehavioral health service delivery, policy relevant research and evaluation and interdisciplinary training. We're working to address disparities in access to high-quality behavioral health care to diverse communities through collaborative partnerships and the application of scientific knowledge. We are committed to innovative solutions for the evolving health needs of our constituents.

Protecting Your Privacy

We are committed to maintaining our clients' privacy. No record of your attendance or participation in counseling services will be released from our clinic without your written permission. Texas A&M Telebehavioral Care complies with state and federal laws that protect your confidentiality, and all counselors-in-training are required to adhere to the American Psychological Association's Code of Ethics.

In rare cases, ethical guidelines and state/federal laws may require us to release client information without written permission. In Texas, mental health care providers are required to break confidentiality in cases involving:

  • Serious risk of suicide or lethal self-harm
  • Child abuse
  • Elder abuse
  • Health oversight
  • Court order
  • Workers' compensation

Please call us at 979.436.0700 with any questions about our confidentiality policy.

Provider Licenses

All TAMHSC Practitioners have copies of their licenses available in office.

  • Carly McCord PhD, Texas State Board of Examiners of Psychologists License Number 37002



Anyone who believes a professional licensed by the Board has violated either the Psychologists’ Licensing Act (Chapter 501 of the Texas Occupations Code) or the rules of the Board may file a complaint with the Texas State Board of Examiners of Psychologists.  Complaints must be submitted to the Board's office on a Board approved complaint form. Learn more at Texas State Board of Examiners of Psychologists' website.