Lizbeth K. Garcia-Bravo, PhD
Bilingual Licensed Psychologist
Director of Assessment and Therapeutic Services
I am a bilingual licensed psychologist specializing in psychological assessment and individual psychotherapy. I have a passion for helping adults live their best and most purposeful lives at every stage of life. My primary goal is to ensure that you feel validated and supported. Together we will identify your strengths, help you gain a better understanding of your underlying difficulties, develop a calmer mind, and work in a new direction to achieve your goals and live according to your values.
I have extensive experience working with adults with a wide range of clinical issues, including anxiety, depression/mood difficulties, self-criticism/self-doubt, perfectionism, irritability/anger, stress and work/life balance issues, relationship concerns, career concerns, Adult ADHD, grief & loss, rehabilitation for survivors of brain injury, caregiver burden, aging issues, and adjustment difficulties. My style is warm and down to earth, and my theoretical orientation draws from humanistic, mindfulness-based, and cognitive behavioral therapies. I am a native Spanish speaker and provide assessment and individual therapy services in both English and Spanish.
Regarding my personal life, I am married and have two young children. I was raised in Texas and enjoy spending time with my family and friends, volunteering at my children’s school, baking, gardening, listening to music, and trying out new restaurants.
Dr. Garcia-Bravo earned her PhD in Counseling Psychology from The University of Texas at Austin in 2008. Her undergraduate degree in psychology is from Texas A&M University, College Station, TX. She completed her APA-approved internship and postdoctoral residency at the South Texas Veterans Health Care System in San Antonio, TX, where she specialized in clinical geropsychology and rural mental health. Dr. Garcia-Bravo has also received training as a Certified Brain Injury Specialist (CBIS). She has worked with patients in diverse settings through her broad training and work experiences, including VA hospitals and hospice units, brain injury rehabilitation programs, university counseling centers, and private practice (neuropsychology and general).