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Overview

Agency History

Scope and Contents of the Records

Organization of the Records

Restrictions

Index Terms

Related Material

Administrative Information

Description of Series

Meeting minutes and agenda, 1969-2007,

Administrative correspondence, 1987-1991,

Texas State Library and Archives Commission

Texas State Board of Examiners of Psychologists:

An Inventory of State Board of Examiners of Psychologists Records at the Texas State Archives, 1969-2007



Overview

Creator: Texas State Board of Examiners of Psychologists.
Title: State Board of Examiners of Psychologists records
Dates: 1969-2007
Abstract: The Texas State Board of Examiners of Psychologists examines, licenses, and regulates psychologists and psychological associates practicing in the State of Texas. These records--minutes and agenda, and administrative correspondence--document those functions, dating 1969-2007. The minutes of the board date 1969-2007; they also include minutes of the Psychological Associate Advisory Committee to the Texas State Board of Examiners of Psychologists, 1995-2003. The correspondence, dating 1987-1991, consists of incoming and outgoing letters, with attachments, primarily concerning alleged violations of the law prohibiting the misrepresentation of persons practicing psychology or offering psychological services for compensation without being so certified by the State of Texas.
Quantity: 5.75 cubic ft.
Language: These materials are written in English.
Repository: Texas State Archives

Agency History

The Psychologists' Certification and Licensing Act of 1969 (Vernon's Ann. Civ. St., Article 4512c) created the Texas State Board of Examiners of Psychologists (Senate Bill 667, 61st Legislature, Regular Session, 1969). This law regulates all persons practicing psychology or offering psychological services for compensation, whether to individuals or to corporations. Effective September 1, 1969, the original bill was declared an emergency "due to the lack of means to determine qualifications of psychologists, subjecting persons to exploitation and injury at the hands of the unqualified and unscrupulous; the need to control and define psychologists who are now required within the schools by current pending legislation; and the lack of sufficient number of psychologists in Texas."

The mission of the Texas State Board of Examiners of Psychologists includes the following: establishing education, experience, and examination requirements; adopting professional standards for the practice of psychology; investigating and enforcing compliance with the requirements of the Act and the rules and regulations of the board; and serving as a source of information and education to the public, the profession, and governmental entities.

The board has the following powers: certifying and licensing psychologists with doctoral degrees, by means of written and oral examinations and a review of education and experience; licensing psychological associates with master's degrees; suspending or revoking licenses or certificates for violation of the law; monitoring the activity of persons who have apparently violated state law; assisting applicants through the application process; responding to requests from professionals and the general public concerning the practice of psychology.

The board is composed of nine members (increased from six members in 1981), appointed by the governor with the advice and consent of the senate for overlapping six-year terms. From 1969 to 1993, six of the members had to be psychologists; in 1981, one psychological associate and two members of the general public were added to the board. Since 1993, four of the members must be licensed or certified psychologists active for at least five years (including at least two actively rendering psychological services, one involved in psychological research, and one a faculty member of a training institution in psychology); two members must be licensed psychological associates; and three members must represent the general public.

In accordance with the statute, the board meets at least twice a year (in practice, usually five times a year), and has rule-making power. It was charged with adopting and publishing a Code of Ethics. The board fixes fees for certification, licensing, and renewal; renewal originally was to occur once every two years, but was changed to an annual requirement in 1993. Each April, the board must publish a list of all psychologists certified or licensed in Texas; it must file that list with the Secretary of State, and provide it to each person licensed, and to the general public on request. As of June 1998, 3,169 psychologists were licensed to practice in Texas; another 162 psychologists were licensed to practice under supervision; 1,466 psychological associates were licensed to practice under supervision; and 1,629 specialists in school psychology were licensed to practice in the public schools in Texas.

The Psychologists' Certification and Licensing Act does not apply to: psychologists or psychological associates employed by any government agency, public school district, or regionally accredited institution of higher education; any supervised student, intern, or resident; qualified members of other licensed professions (physicians, surgeons, attorneys, registered nurses, licensed vocational nurses, occupational therapists, certified social workers, licensed professional counselors, career counselors, licensed marriage and family therapists, and licensed chemical dependency counselors); duly recognized members of the clergy, if they do not represent themselves to be psychologists; and volunteers working for charitable nonprofit organizations.

The board may cancel, revoke, or suspend a license upon proof of a felony conviction, drug addiction, fraud, or unprofessional conduct. Filing charges leads to a hearing, in which the accused has the right to appear, to produce witnesses or evidence, to cross-examine, and to have subpoenas issued by the board. The board may also impose probation. Beginning in 1993, any hearings are held before the State Office of Administrative Hearings. Appeal of the board's decision may be made in district court.

A number of changes were made in 1993 by Senate Bill 1424, 73rd Legislature, Regular Session. The practice of psychology was defined to include the following: the use of projective techniques, neuropsychological testing, counseling, career counseling, psychotherapy, hypnosis for health care purposes, hypnotherapy, and biofeedback and the evaluation and treatment by psychological techniques and procedures of mental or emotional disorders and disabilities. The board was authorized to employ investigators, lawyers, consultants, and administrative staff. The board was ordered to establish mandatory continuing education programs for persons regulated by the board, as well as a training program for members of the board. The board was to have the written portion of the examination validated by an independent testing professional. The board must keep an information file about each complaint filed with the board (containing a record of all persons contacted in relation to the complaint, a summary of findings made at each step of the complaint process, an explanation of the legal basis and reason for a complaint that is dismissed, and other relevant information). The board must develop a system for monitoring license or certificate holders' compliance with the law.

In 1993, a Psychological Associate Advisory Committee was created, composed of six members appointed by the governor: three licensed psychological associates, one licensed psychologist, and two members of the general public not licensed in health care. This advisory committee was to develop and recommend to the board rules concerning the regulation of psychological associates.

The agency staff consists of 14 full-time equivalent employees, and there were four divisions in 1995: Fiscal/Benefits Division, Operations Division, Investigations/ Enforcement Division, and Legal Division.

(Sources include the appraisal report produced by Texas State Archives staff; the Guide to Texas State Agencies, 8th edition (1994); the agency's Strategic Plan for 1995-1999; and the enabling legislation, 1969, 1981, and 1993.)

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Scope and Contents of the Records

The Texas State Board of Examiners of Psychologists examines, licenses, and regulates psychologists and psychological associates practicing in the State of Texas. These records--minutes and agenda, and administrative correspondence--document those functions, dating 1969-2007.

Minutes and agenda document the decisions made at meetings of the board, 1969-2007, and also at meetings of the Psychological Associate Advisory Committee, 1995-2003. The board minutes include the following: summaries of administrative hearings; lists of persons certified by the board as psychologists and as psychological associates; motions made, discussed, and acted upon by the board, concerning both general policy and specific actions; the texts of proposed rules and regulations up for adoption; summaries of complaints considered before the board; full texts of Agreed Findings of Facts, Conclusions of Law, and Orders adopted by the board; and other documents included as attachments to the official minutes of the board. Between November 1995 and September 2003, these records also include minutes of the Psychological Associate Advisory Committee to the Texas State Board of Examiners of Psychologists. Agenda were included in the transfers of most minutes between 1995 and 2001. Topics of discussion and action of the board include applications of specific individuals for licensure as psychologists and as psychological associates, requests by licensees (e.g., deferral of oral examinations, waiver of fees, change of inactive status, etc.), disciplinary sanctions, complaints and continuing education violations, changes to administrative rules, budgets, concerns of psychological organizations and training institutions, etc.

The correspondence documents alleged violations of the law prohibiting the misrepresentation of persons practicing psychology or offering psychological services for compensation without being so certified by the State of Texas. This correspondence consists of incoming and outgoing letters, with attachments (mainly copies of advertisements, especially in the newspapers or the telephone yellow pages), dating 1987-1991. The letters include complaints by the general public, initial warnings from the board sent by certified mail, and responses from alleged violators defending their advertisements or detailing their efforts to correct the situation.

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Organization of the Records

These records are organized into two series, as maintained by the agency:
Meeting minutes and agenda, 1969-2007, 3.75 cubic ft.
Administrative correspondence, 1987-1991, 2 cubic ft.

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Restrictions

Restrictions on Access

Materials do not circulate, but may be used in the State Archives search room. Materials will be retrieved from and returned to storage areas by staff members.

Restrictions on Use

Most records created by Texas state agencies are not copyrighted and may be freely used in any way. State records also include materials received by, not created by, state agencies. Copyright remains with the creator. The researcher is responsible for complying with U.S. Copyright Law (Title 17 U.S.C.).

Technical Requirements

None.

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Index Terms

The terms listed here were used to catalog the records. The terms can be used to find similar or related records.
Corporate Names:
Texas State Board of Examiners of Psychologists. Psychological Associate Advisory Committee
Subjects:
Psychologists--Texas--State supervision.
Psychologists--Complaints against--Texas.
Psychologists--Marketing--Texas.
Advertising--Professions--Texas.
Document Types:
Minutes--Texas--Psychologists--1969-2007.
Correspondence--Texas--Psychologists--1987-1991.
Lists--Texas--Psychologists--1969-1997.
Agendas--Texas--Psychologists--1995-2001.
Advertisements--Texas--Psychologists--1987-1991.
Functions:
Regulating psychologists.

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Related Material

The following materials are offered as possible sources of further information on the agencies and subjects covered by the records. The listing is not exhaustive.

Texas State Archives
Texas Legislature, House of Representatives, Interim Committee to Study Non-academic and Psychological Testing in Texas Schools, Minutes, October 18, 1963, fractional (restricted)

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Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

(Identify the item and cite the series), Texas State Board of Examiners of Psychologists records. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.

Accession Information

Accession numbers: 1993/220, 1994/022, 1995/126, 1996/063, 1996/064, 1996/076, 1997/011, 1998/012, 1999/065, 2000/164, 2001/026, 2002/075, 2003/147, 2004/031, 2004/165, 2005/123, 2006/080, 2007/154, 2008/115

These records were transferred to the Archives and Information Services Division of the Texas State Library and Archives Commission by the Texas State Board of Examiners of Psychologists on August 12, 1993; October 26, 1993; June 1, 1995; February 23, 1996; March 19, 1996; September 4, 1996; September 25, 1997; December 3, 1998; June 21, 2000; October 9, 2000; November 13, 2001; April 15, 2003; October 6, 2003; November 4, 2004; December 21, 2005; April 5, 2007; and April 2, 2008; and by the Texas Legislative Reference Library on June 10, 2004.

Processing Information

Paul Beck, October 1993, June 1995

Tony Black, December 1996, March 1998, February 1999, June 2000, November 2001, April 2003, October 2003, March 2005, April 2008

Appraisal Information

Texas State Archives staff completed an appraisal of the Texas State Board of Examiners of Psychologists in May 1996. Five series on the agency’s retention schedule were determined to be archival: board meeting minutes and agenda, administrative correspondence, biennial budget requests, organizational charts, and strategic plans.

The archival requirement for the biennial budget requests, organization charts, and strategic plans is fulfilled by sending copies of the biennial budget requests (which contain organization charts) and strategic plans to the State Publications Depository Program of the Texas State Library and Archives Commission. The Texas Documents Collection holds biennial budget requests/legislative appropriations requests dating 1983-2004 (for FY 1984-2007); and strategic plans for 1995-1999, 1997-2001, 1998-2003, and 2001-2005.

Administrative correspondence is no longer an active series (since 1991), according to agency staff.

Accruals

Additions to the minutes and agenda are transferred to the Texas State Archives on at least an annual basis. Administrative correspondence, however, has been an obsolete series since 1991.

Other Formats for the Records

The Texas State Board of Examiners of Psychologists has mounted its more recent minutes on the agency web site (http://www.tsbep.state.tx.us/board-minutes). As of July 2012, this included October 2000 thru November 2011.

Location of Originals

The record copies of minutes and agenda are maintained by the Texas State Board of Examiners of Psychologists.

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Detailed Description of the Records

 

Meeting minutes and agenda, 1969-2007,
3.75 cubic ft.

The Texas State Board of Examiners of Psychologists examines, licenses, and regulates psychologists and psychological associates practicing in the State of Texas. These records consist of copies of meeting minutes and agenda, plus attachments, which document the decisions made at meetings of the board, 1969-2007, and also at meetings of the Psychological Associate Advisory Committee, 1995-2003. The board minutes include the following: summaries of administrative hearings; lists of persons certified by the board as psychologists and as psychological associates; motions made, discussed, and acted upon by the board, concerning both general policy and specific actions; the texts of proposed rules and regulations up for adoption; summaries of complaints considered before the board; full texts of Agreed Findings of Facts, Conclusions of Law, and Orders adopted by the board; and other documents included as attachments to the official minutes of the board. Between November 1995 and September 2003, these records also include minutes of the Psychological Associate Advisory Committee to the Texas State Board of Examiners of Psychologists. Agenda were included in the transfers of most minutes between 1995 and 2001. Topics of discussion and action of the board include applications of specific individuals for licensure as psychologists and as psychological associates, requests by licensees (e.g., deferral of oral examinations, waiver of fees, change of inactive status, etc.), disciplinary sanctions, complaints and continuing education violations, changes to administrative rules, budgets, concerns of psychological organizations and training institutions, etc.
Arrangement
These records are arranged into two groups (board and advisory committee), and within each group chronologically, as maintained by the agency.
Preferred Citation
(Identify the item), Meeting minutes and agenda, Texas State Board of Examiners of Psychologists records. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.
Accession Information
Accession numbers: 1996/063, 1996/064, 1996/076, 1997/011, 1998/012, 1999/065, 2000/164, 2001/026, 2002/075, 2003/147, 2004/031, 2004/165, 2005/123, 2006/080, 2007/154, 2008/115
These records were transferred to the Archives and Information Services Division of the Texas State Library and Archives Commission by the Texas State Board of Examiners of Psychologists on February 23, 1996; March 19, 1996; September 4, 1996; September 25, 1997; December 3, 1998; June 21, 2000; October 9, 2000; November 13, 2001; April 15, 2003; October 6, 2003; November 4, 2004; December 21, 2005; April 5, 2007; and April 2, 2008; and by the Texas Legislative Reference Library on June 10, 2004.
Restrictions on Access
Materials do not circulate, but may be used in the State Archives search room. Materials will be retrieved from and returned to storage areas by staff members.
Restrictions on Use
Most records created by Texas state agencies are not copyrighted and may be freely used in any way. State records also include materials received by, not created by, state agencies. Copyright remains with the creator. The researcher is responsible for complying with U.S. Copyright Law (Title 17 U.S.C.).
Processed by
Tony Black, December 1996, March 1998, February 1999, June 2000, November 2001, April 2003, October 2003, March 2005, April 2008
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1996/063-1 Board meeting minutes, 1969-1996
December 1969
March 1970
June 1970
July-August 1970
September 1970
October 1970
November 1970
December 1970
January 1971
March 1971
April and May 1971
July 1971
August 1971
October 1971
December 1971
January 1972
June 1972
August 1972
September and November-December 1972
January 1973
June 1973
July 1973
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December 1973
January 1974
June 1974
August 1974
September 1974
December 1974
January-February 1975
March 1975
June 1975
July 1975
August 1975
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April-May 1976
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December 1976
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November 1981
January 1982
June 1982
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January 1983
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January 1984
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October-November 1984
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1996/063-2 January 1985
March 1985
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November 1985
January 1986
March 1986
June 1986
November 1986
January 1987
March 1987
June 1987
September 1987
November 1987
January 1988
March 1988
June 1988
September 1988
November 1988
January 1989
March 1989
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September 1989
November 1989
January 1990
March 1990
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July 1990
September 1990
October-November 1990
January 1991
March 1991
June 1991
September 1991
November 1991
December 1991
January 1992
March 1992
June 1992
July 1992
September 1992
October 1992
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1996/063-3 January 1993
March 1993
June 1993
August 1993
September 1993
November 1993
January 1994
March 1994
May 1994
July 1994
September 1994
November 1994
January 1995
March 1995
May 1995
Box
1996/063-4 July 1995
September 1995
November 1995
January 1996
March 1996
Board meeting minutes and agenda, 1996-2001
April 1996
Box
1997/011 July 1996
September 1996
November 1996
February 1997
Box
1998/012 May 1997
July 1997
September 1997
December 1997
February 1998
Box
1999/065 April-May 1998
July 1998
September 1998
November 1998
February 1999
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2001/026-1 May 1999
August 1999
October 1999
January 2000
March 2000
June 2000
August 2000
October 2000
January 2001
March 2001
June 2001
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2001/026-2 Board meeting minutes, 2001-2007
July 2001
August 2001
November 2001
January 2002
April 2002
June 2002
August 2002
November 2002
February 2003
May 2003
July 2003
November 2003
February 2004
May 2004
July 2004
October 2004
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2001/026-3 February 2005
May 2005
July 2005
November 2005
February 2006
July 2006
November 2006
December 2006
February 2007
May 2007
August 2007
November 2007
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1996/063-4 Psychological Associate Advisory Committee meeting minutes and agenda, 1995-2000
November 1995
February 1996
Box
1997/011 May 1996
August 1996
October 1996
April 1997
Box
1998/012 June 1997
Box
1999/065 May 1998
August 1998
October 1998
Box
2001/026-2 April 1999
November 1999
February 2000
May 2000
(Note: no meeting held September 2000)
Psychological Associate Advisory Committee meeting minutes, 2001-2003
March 2001
July 2001
October 2001
January 2002
March 2002
September 2002
April 2003
September 2003

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Administrative correspondence, 1987-1991,
2 cubic ft.

The Texas State Board of Examiners of Psychologists (among other duties) monitors activities by persons allegedly violating the Psychologists' Certification and Licensing Act, including those portions of the Act relating to the advertising of psychological services. This correspondence documents alleged violations of the law prohibiting the misrepresentation of persons practicing psychology or offering psychological services for compensation without being so certified by the State of Texas. This correspondence consists of incoming and outgoing letters, with attachments (mainly copies of advertisements, especially in the newspapers or the telephone yellow pages), dating 1987-1991. The letters include complaints by the general public, initial warnings from the board sent by certified mail, and responses from alleged violators defending their advertisements or detailing their efforts to correct the situation. The series has been obsolete since 1991.
Arrangement
These records are arranged chronologically by year or group of years, then alphabetically by last name of person or organization under investigation, as they were maintained by the agency.
Preferred Citation
(Identify the item), Administrative correspondence, Texas State Board of Examiners of Psychologists records. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.
Accession Information
Accession numbers: 1993/220, 1994/022, 1995/126
These records were transferred to the Archives and Information Services Division of the Texas State Library and Archives Commission by the Texas State Board of Examiners of Psychologists on August 12, 1993; October 26, 1993; and June 1, 1995.
Restrictions on Access
None.
Restrictions on Use
Most records created by Texas state agencies are not copyrighted and may be freely used in any way. State records also include materials received by, not created by, state agencies. Copyright remains with the creator. The researcher is responsible for complying with U.S. Copyright Law (Title 17 U.S.C.).
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Paul Beck, October 1993, June 1995
Box
1993/220-1 Administrative correspondence, 1987-1989
Abbott, Elizabeth
Adolescent Behavior Consultants
Affiliated Psychiatry
Allen Family Counseling
Amaya, Jerry
Answer Is Jesus Christ, Inc.
Applied Behavioral Science
Ash, Susan (Intergroup Psychological & Counseling Services)
Associated Psychological Services
Associated Psychologists
Austin Counseling and Psychological Services
Balcones Counseling Center
Barclay Psychodrama Center
Beavers, W. Robert
Behavioral Associates, PC
Behavioral Medicine Clinic
Berkshire, James C.
Blankenship, Jan
Bolen, Pamela J.
Boyd, Glenn (Interface Samaritan Counseling Center)
Brazos Counseling Associates
Brigham, Marli, MSW
Buff, Gary
Canyon Lakes Residential Treatment Center
Carrollton Marriage and Family Counseling Center
Carson, Craig (Houston Psychological Trauma Center)
(Note: see also 1991)
Center for Family and Individual Psychology
Charter Counseling Centers
Charter Hospital of Corpus Christi
Charter Hospital of Dallas
Charter Hospital of Dallas/Ft. Worth -- Grapevine (Burgett, Rita)
Christian Counseling Clinic (Bradley, Carlton)
Clinical Psychology Associates
Coleman, Troy L.
Coleman/Glick
Comprehensive Psychological Services
Cope Center (Creasy, Margaret)
Copeland & Pettigrew Clinical Psychologists
Counseling & Testing Services
Counseling Associates Network
Counselors Incorporated
Creasy, Margaret
Delipsey, Jan
Diananda
Discover Seminars
Dotson, Linda
Dr. Z's Place
Duhon, Melissa (Life's Stages Center)
(Note: see also Julian, M. Sharri)
Dunn, Diane
Durham, Donald R.
Educational Products Co.
England, Jeanne
Family Life Counseling Center
Floyd, Dr. Gloria "Jo" (Administrator, Ranch Haven)
Frederickson, Renee
Fritter, Monica
Garcia, Juan, MD, PhD
Garland South Psychology
Gateway Counseling Associates (Bull, Dennis)
Gearing & Gearing
Gibson, Jeanne
Glen Lakes Psychological Services
Gulf Coast Regional Mental Health/Mental Retardation Center
Hales, K. Suzanne (Counseling & Consulting Associates of North Texas)
Hamerle, LaNae Harris, Charles D.
HCA Cedar Crest
Henning-Stout, Dr. Mary (Red River Clinic)
Himelfarb, Mollie
Horner, James A. (Bowling Green of San Antonio)
Houston Child Guidance Center
Humanagerial Systems
Institute for Motivational Development
Institute of Christian Family Counseling
International Consultant Services
Box
1993/220-2 Johnson, Larry, MRE, MDiv (Action Counseling Center)
(Note: see also Stephens, Carol)
Johnstone, R. E.
Jolly, John B.
Jones, Welsh & Associates
Jordan, Shirley
Joslin, Gale L.
Julian, M. Sharri, PhD (Life's Stages Center)
(Note: see also Duhon, Melissa)
Kajs, Leonard R.
Kendall, James Edward
Kercher, Glen, PhD
Klein, Helen
Kramer, Kenneth (Dr.)
L.W.F.W. Group
LaFreniere, Walter Rick
Lake Highlands Psychological & Counseling Center
Las Colinas Psychology Associates
Latson, Sherry R.
Levy, Luba Marie (Clearview Counseling Clinic)
(Note: see also Puckett, Linda J.)
Link, Stephen
Lone Tree Counseling Center
Lotze, Evie D.
(Note: see also Taylor, Sandra M., PhD (Innerstages))
Lubbock Counseling Center
Lucas, Sue W. (Family Guidance Clinic)
McAllister, Mona, PhD
McCullough, Cynthia (Post Oak Psychiatry Associates)
McGee, Dan, PhD (Metro Counseling Associates)
McGraw, Joseph
McGraw Psychological Service
McMurphy, John H.
Magnolia Psychiatric Center
Manley, Steve (Lakeside Life Center)
Mappes, Donald C.
Medical Group, The -- Las Colinas
Mesquite Neuro-Behavior Clinic
Mesquite Psychological Association
Methodist Hospital
Metrocrest Psychological Association
Middelberg, Dr. Carol V.
Military Counseling Center
Mitchell, Dan
Mitchell, Dr. Christina
Munson, Lois (National Institute for Clinical Hypnosis)
Newberry & Associates, Allen W.
Northchase Associates
Nunley, Dr. Elma
O'Rear, Joyce
Pearson, Pat
Peterson Psychological Associates
Phillips, Patsy D. & Associates (Roberts, Tammy)
Pilcher, Walter C.
Plan 21, Inc.
Plano Child Guidance Clinic
Platt, Alexander B.
Post Oak Psychiatry Associates
(Note: see also McCullough, Cynthia)
Prestwood, Howard
Professional Psychological & Counseling Services
Psychiatric Services of Houston
Psychological Development Center
Psychological Educational Practice
Psychological Resource Network
Psychological Services of Plano
Puckett, Linda J. (Clearview Counseling Clinic)
(Note: see also Levy, Luba Marie, and 1990)
Randolph, Diane
Ratliff, Nancy, PhD (Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center)
Rehabilitation Center of South Texas
Reid Psychological Systems
Richardson, F. Don
Robertson, Bruce A., MS (Flynn, Wenrich, Robertson & Associates)
Rudolph, Diana
Box
1993/220-3 Sandstone Psychiatry/Sandstone Center
Schaffer, Bill, PhD
Scott & White Clinic
Shaffer, Kathleen
Sheley, Kathy A., PhD
Sherman Psychological Services
Shooler Group Inc.
Snider, Richard
Sousares, Dr. Teddy M. (AAPPS)
Southwest Psychological Services
St. John's Hospital Behavioral Health Center
Stephens, Carol (Action Counseling Center)
(Note: see also Johnson, Larry)
Sterling, Rebecca, PhD
Stewart, Raymond, PhD
Stress Management Services
Stress Manager, Inc.
TAMU Psychology Clinic
Taylor, Sandra M., PhD (Innerstages)
(Note: see also Lotze, Evie)
Taylor, Tommy (Minirth-Meier Clinic)
Tri-County Associates
Tyler Psychiatry Clinic
Valley Psychological Clinic
Ward, Richard L. (Personal Development Clinic)
(Note: see also 1990)
Weisberg, James N. (Texas Back Institute)
Weiss, Dr. Lynn (c/o KLIF Talk Radio)
Welch, Dr. David & Associates
Williams, John D.
Woods Psychiatric Institute
Miscellaneous
Box
1994/022 Administrative correspondence, 1990
ABMP Counseling Center
Abud-Sanchez, Danilo, MD
(Note: see also Academy of Behavioral Medicine & Health Psychology)
Academy of Behavioral Medicine & Health Psychology
(Note: see also Abud-Sanchez, Danilo)
Avary, Bob & Associates
Beacon Center for Youth & Family Counseling (Brockett, Joan)
Belter, Karen S.
Blackburn, David, PhD
Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Texas, Inc.
Bucher, Elizabeth, RN, MSN (McKeon Counseling Associates)
(Note: see also Ceasar, and McKeon)
Bucher, Kevin D. (McKeon Counseling Associates)
Ceasar, Dr. Paul T. (McKeon Counseling Associates
(Note: see also Bucher, and McKeon)
Church of Religious Science: North Houston
Contos, Carolyn Veit, PhD
Cousins, Peter C., PhD
Feldbaum, Craig L., PhD
Flippen, M. B. Counseling Services
Ford, Gary, PhD
Harvey, Donald Joseph, PhD
Hebert, David Earl
(Note: see also 1991)
Hewlett, Patricia A., MSW
Huchingson, Greg (Press Editor, College Station Press)
(Note: see also Ward, Richard L. and Personal Development Clinic, and 1988-1989)
Jacobson, Neil S., PhD
Julien, M. Sharri, PhD
(Note: see also 1988-1989)
Kozlowski, Thomas John, MA
Loev, Irv, PhD (Humana Women's Hospital)
Longtain, Dr. Melinda J.
McAdoo, Gayle, LPC
McKeon, Dr. David (McKeon Counseling Associates)
(Note: see also Bucher, and Ceasar)
McKeon, Dr. Margie (McKeon Counseling Associates)
Mandle, Barbara, PhD
Martin, Nicholas R. M.
Matson, Johnny L., PhD
Mellina & Associates
Meyers, Jack N., PhD
Meyers, May Louise, MS
Milliken, Katherine
Morgan, Chira
Mullen, James (to San Antonio News & Express)
Mungadze, Jerry
Otsuji, Robert A., PhD
Outler, John, MS (Bethpage Community Services, Inc.)
Passport Pro (Sanus Preferred Physicians, Inc.)
Pearson, David W., PhD
Personal Development Clinic
(Note: see also Ward, Richard L., and Hutchingson, Greg, and 1988-1989)
Price, J. Randall, PhD
Puckett, Linda J., PhD
(Note: see also 1988-1989)
Recovery Source, The
Richardson, Sandra Kay, MS
Richeson, E. C., PhD
Rosenberg, Glenda
Samara, Bob
Smale-Williams, Pamela, MALPC
Sun Towers Behavioral Health Center
Taylor, Ann (parapsychology)
Tompkins, Alfred A., MA
Tracy, Brian
Tucker, David M., PhD (Austin Neurological Clinic)
Ward, Richard L.
(Note: see also Personal Development Center, and Huchingson, Greg, 1988-1989, and 1991)
Watkins, Helen H., MA (c/o Continuing Education, UTSMC -- Dallas)
Watlington, Deborah K., PhD
Whitley, Glenna (c/o D Magazine)
Williams, Sam
Box
1995/126 Administrative correspondence, 1991
Advanced Pain Management
Allen, Kenneth J. and Goodman, John W.
Baucum, Grace J., MA, LPC
Boaz, Ben, RN
Boyton, Mary Jo, MSW
Carson, Craig, 1990
[4 folders]
(Note: see also 1988-1989)
Carson, Craig, 1991
Chambers, Patricia, Med
Child Psychiatry Associates
De O'Brien, Dr. Patricia C.
Douglas, Barbara, Med
Field, Mike, PhD
Galatas, Laurie, RN
Gately, Michael J., MSSW
Hebert, David Earl
(Note: see also 1990)
Henderson, Jane, MEd, LPC
Human Development Associates
Irvin, William R.
Kaats, Gilbert
Lanning, Joan, PhD (CPC Oak Bend Hospital)
McCoy, Walter J., PhD, LPC
Seastrunk, Jay W. II, MD
Shaw, Morley, PhD (Villa Rosa Hospital)
Shaw, Virginia, PhD
Ward, Richard
(Note: see also 1988-1990)
Wilson, Jerry, MEd, LPC
Wiseman, Cathy, MA, LPC
Worst, Mary Jane
Wyckoff, Roxanne, MSSW
Young, Barbara, PhD, CSW
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