Lizbeth K. Garcia-Bravo, PhD
Director of Assessment and Therapeutic Services
Dr. Garcia-Bravo is a bilingual licensed psychologist specializing in psychological assessment and individual psychotherapy for adults. She earned her doctoral degree in Counseling Psychology from The University of Texas at Austin and her undergraduate degree in psychology from Texas A&M University. She completed her APA-approved internship and postdoctoral residency at the South Texas Veterans Health Care System in San Antonio, 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).
Dr. Garcia-Bravo provides assessment and individual therapy services in English and Spanish. She has extensive experience working with adults with a wide range of clinical issues, including aging issues, cognitive disabilities (due to brain injury, stroke, etc), depression, anxiety, self-esteem issues, anger management, stress management, relationship issues, caregiver burden, grief and loss, career and life choices, rehabilitation issues, and adjustment difficulties. Her theoretical orientation draws from humanistic, mindfulness-based, and cognitive behavioral therapies.
Dr. Garcia-Bravo is married and has two young children. She was raised in Texas and enjoys spending time with her family and friends, baking, listening to a variety of music, and traveling.
Clinical Specializations (adults 18yrs+)
Personality & Emotional Functioning Assessments
Intellectual & Cognitive Assessments
Pre-Surgical Psychological Evaluations (Bariatric/Pain Patients)
Aging & Geriatric Issues
Coping with Brain Injury
Anxiety & Stress
Chronic Illness & Rehabilitation
Adjustment to Loss & Change
Pre- & Post-Surgical Concerns