Where To Find Us





Phone: 972 291-1001


630 N Highway 67

Cedar Hill, TX 75104


New Patient? Please call 972 291-1001 to schedule an appointment

Health Care Providers: Please Fax Referrals to 972 584-0442

Office Hours: 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 pm by Appointment (Evening and Saturday Hours Available)

Psychotherapy and other Services

At Cedar Hill Psychological Services we specialize in treating a broad range of mental health conditions including Depression, Anxiety, Grief, Panic Attacks, Social Anxiety, Shyness, PTSD, Pain Management, Stress Management, Relaxation Training & Biofeedback.


Research shows that 75 to 90% of all medical visits are for stress-related ailments or complaints related to stress.  Left untreated, individuals face an increased risk of developing maladaptive coping behaviors (e.g., overeating, constant worrying, smoking, drinking, overuse of prescription medication or illicit drug use.)  Physical health problems have also been linked to stress including high-blood pressure, heart disease and obesity.


Our number one priority at Cedar Hill Psychological Services is to promote a sense of wellness by helping to restore mental balance.  We use evidence-based psychological  techniques and psycho-education to help individuals learn more adaptive and healthier ways to cope with life problems. Our goal at Cedar Hill Psychological Services, is to help individuals develop behaviors that will help them better manage day-to-day situational stress, eliminate unproductive thinking and erase feelings of self-doubt.


Diagnostic and Assessment Services:

  • Pre-Surgical Psychological Evaluations
  • Bariatric Surgery Psychological Evaluations
  • Neuro-Psychological Screening
  • Cognitive Testing
  • Personality Testing 
  • For information regarding services not listedplease feel free to contact us.

Individual Therapy

Individuals join a trained therapist for one-on-one consultations in a safe and private setting. Weekly individual therapy sessions generally last 50 minutes.  Relaxation Training lasts 20-30 minutes.

Group Therapy

Therapist-led special-topic groups are formed periodically.  Groups are useful as both a supplement and alternative to individual therapy. Group therapy provides real-life feedback and interaction among individuals who share similar concerns.

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