Progressing Minds, PLLC is a psychology practice located in San Antonio, TX and specializes in working with early to mid career professionals, leaders/business owners, and other high achieving adults with a wide range of mental health concerns and goals. Our practice offers psychological assessments, individual therapy, executive-life coaching, and public speaking engagements. All services are available through telehealth (video/phone) sessions or in person at our San Antonio office. We are bilingual in Spanish and English, and we take pride in providing you with effective and culturally competent care.
Our practice strives to provide a safe, inclusive, and welcome space for all who might be seeking help. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, ethnicity, national origin, religion, age, disability, sexual orientation, or gender identity or expression.
Please note the psychologists at Progressing Minds are not in-network with any medical insurance plans. This helps to protect your privacy and gives you flexibility and control over your mental health care. For information on self-pay rates, please visit our Fees page.
Dr. Lizbeth K. Garcia-Bravo
Director of Assessment & Therapeutic Services
Dr. Alexander Quiros
Director of Executive-Life Coaching Services
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