Texas Tech University

Couple, Marriage, and Family Therapy

 
 
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Children's Behavioral Health Clinic

Address: 3502 9th St Suite 250, Medical Office Plaza I – University Medical Center

Hours of Operation:

M-Th 9AM-9PM

Friday: 9AM-5pm

Saturday 9AM-5pm

Phone Number: 

806-742-307 Option 2 

Email: hs.cbhc@ttu.edu 

Appointments scheduled by phone – NO REFERRAL NECESSARY

Fees

Sliding Scale: $10.00 to $70.00 per session

  • Based on annual household income.
  • Fee structure allows the clinic to provide services to the community at an affordable price.
  • Due to the sliding scale structure, insurance is not accepted at this time.

Out of respect for our other clients and clinic staff, arriving more than 15 minutes late without notifying your therapist can result in your appointment being rescheduled for a later date. It is your responsibility to contact your therapist to reschedule another appointment if you wish to continue therapy. Session fees may be applied for late cancellations and repeated no-shows.

Therapy sessions are confidential, meaning that no one other than clinic personnel will have access to your records unless you provide written permission or disclosure is required by law or court order.

Services provided at The Children's Behavioral Health Clinic:

  • Psychoeducation related to medical trauma.
  • Trauma-related assessment
  • Support Groups
  • Coping with acute and chronic medical issues
  • Management of depression and/or anxiety
  • Dealing with physical and emotional trauma
  • Family violence, grief, loss, and more

Mission of CBHC: 

The Children's Behavioral Health Clinic offers an innovative approach for providing affordable, high quality therapeutic services to children, adolescents, and families. Our diverse team of faculty supervisors and graduate student therapists utilize effective, contemporary therapeutic techniques to address client needs and promote healthy relationships. 

Our primary focus is to support children, adolescents, and families during and following medical treatment. We are also home to revolutionary treatment and research projects designed to prevent PTSD and support recovery in children and adolescents by helping families address challenges related to medical trauma. 

Providers at CBHC:

To maintain the highest quality of education and training, the Texas Tech University Couple, Marriage, and Family Therapy Program admits a small, select group of students annually to pursue Mater's or Doctorate degrees in Couple, Marriage, & Family Therapy. As a part of the rigorous program requirements, students conduct therapy sessions in the Children's Behavioral Health Clinic, the University Medical Center Oncology Clinic, and across pediatric units for hospitalized patients at University Medical Center. These clinical services are conducted under the guidance of faculty supervisors, who are practicing Licensed Marriage and Family Therapists (LMFT's) and recognized as board Approved Supervisors by the American Association of Marriage and Family Therapy (AAMFT).  

Couple, Marriage, and Family Therapy