I never cease to be amazed by a woman’s inner strength and resilience, even in the face of some of life’s most difficult and painful situations. - Avery Neal



It can be difficult to handle certain challenges that come with being a woman. Anxiety or depression may slowly creep into our lives or it may begin suddenly after a particular event. Talking to someone in a safe and loving environment can help to heal and empower us no matter what challenges we face. We work with people struggling with a variety of issues from life transitions, to postpartum depression, to relationship issues. See our full list of psychotherapy services. [read more]

Working Together

Sometimes psychotherapy is not enough by itself and medication may also be needed. If this is your case, please do not feel ashamed. You are among thousands of people who need medication because of a chemical imbalance in the brain. Studies have actually shown that when therapy and medication are combined, people do better than if they only have one or the other. We enjoy working together, and we see how well our patients feel using a more collaborative approach.


Anxiety is the most commonly experienced mental illness in our country, and women are twice as likely to suffer from generalized anxiety disorder as men. Most women experience some kind of anxiety at some time in their lives. Even though it is the most common mental illness to experience, most people do not talk about it.If you’d like to schedule an in-person appointment to meet with a women’s therapist, call us at (866) 995-7910. [read more]

A heartfelt thank you to The Woodlands and Living Magazine for voting us, “Best in Therapy!”

Avery Neal’s book, If He’s So Great, Why Do I Feel So Bad?: Recognizing and Overcoming Subtle Abuse, is now available on Amazon.