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Clinicians at Sugar Land Psychology

Sugar Land Psychology coalesced into a group of like-minded clinicians when we moved into our new office space in February, 2010. For a number of years, several of the counselors shared office space in a previous office. The expiration of our lease necessitated a move into our current office space. We expanded our group, focused on a vision for providing counseling and mental health services in Fort Bend County, and settled into our new home. We have enjoyed putting together a comfortable, professional office that will help us make a difference, one person at a time...

To find out more details about specific diagnostic and psychotherapeutic services at Sugar Land Psychology, call the psychotherapist at the number listed. Or, click on each psychotherapist's name to be taken to the web site.


Although we share office space, each of the psychotherapists at Sugar Land Psychology operates as an independent business. To learn more about our business relationships, see
Business Relationships at Sugar Land Psychology.

Clinicians at Sugar Land Psychology:

Sharon Chada, Ph.D. 281-494-8666 Mon through Fri,
8:00 am - 4:00 pm

Dr. Chada sees older adolescents and adults for mid to long-term individual psychotherapy. She deals with mood, personality and identity disorders, psychosis, and sexual identity issues. She specializes in psychoanalytic and psychodynamic therapeutic approaches. She also performs psychological and diagnostic testing for all ages, including evaluations for ADD/ADHD.

 
Yvonne Champion, L.C.S.W. 832-654-5168 Mon through Fri, 8:30 am - 3:00 pm

A more fulfilling, happy, and loving marriage is possible! Yvonne Champion's areas of  clinical expertise include couples and relationship therapy based on an Imago approach, which is utilized to help couples reconnect with each other in a positive way. The Imago dialogue is taught in the session so couples can learn to communicate effectively and with compassion and understanding. Yvonne also specializes in women with midlife issues as well as parenting adolescents with Attention Deficit Disorder and learning disabilities. Yvonne provides couples, individuals, and families with the tools they need to live a happy, healthy, and rewarding life.


Celeste Conlon, Ph.D. 281-944-5588 Mon 3 pm - 6 pm; Tues through Fri, 8 am - 6 pm

Dr. Conlon works with children, adolescents, parents, families, and schools. She deals with behavior problems, school refusal, anxiety, withdrawal, depression, anger, aggression, ADHD, and Asperger’s Syndrome. She works with individuals coping with major life changes such as starting college or parents’ divorce/remarriage. Dr. Conlon provides individual, family and group counseling for ages 3 to 25.


Charles Cox, Ph.D. 281-265-4566 Mon through Fri,
8:00 am - 4:00 pm

Dr. Cox focuses his psychotherapeutic work on mood disorders (depression) and anxiety. In particular, he provides psychotherapy for young adults having difficulty getting started in adult life, men's issues (particularly help for depression in men), and people struggling with depression following a severe illness, such as cardiac disease or cancer.

 
James Drew, L.P.C. 832-577-1610 Wed 4:00 pm-9:00 pm; Fri 4:00 pm - 9:00 pm; Sat 9:00 am - 2:00 pm

James Drew is a Licensed Professional Counselor who works with adults and adolescents utilizing individual, couples, family, and group psychotherapy, or counseling. His academic training includes graduate degrees in both psychology and music. James completed his clinical training working with the severely mentally ill in an inpatient psychiatric setting. Additionally, James has worked for over twenty years as a music educator within the Texas public schools, acquiring extensive experience with adolescents.

James endeavors to assist his counseling clients in cultivating joy, personal freedom, and a realization of their interconnectedness with the world. His theoretical orientation is Behavioral Therapy, and he has adopted therapeutic techniques from Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) and Family Systems Theory. James does utilize Brief Therapy techniques when indicated.


James has a keen interest in how Western psychotherapeutic practices might be integrated with Eastern philosophical and religious traditions. James believes that mindf
ulness can supplement personal growth work and lead to a more intentional, mindful and joyful life.


Ori
on Mosko, Ph.D. 832-835-1779 Mon through Thurs 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM, Fri 8:00 AM - 2:00 PM

Dr. Mosko is a Clinical Psychologist and Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychiatry at Baylor College of Medicine. He provides psychotherapy, psychological and personality assessment, and professional consultation services. Psychotherapy services include treatment of adolescents, adults, and couples, with specialization in depth psychotherapy utilizing Mentalization-Based Treatment, Spiritually Integrated Psychotherapy, men's issues, recovery from marital infidelity, and psychotherapy for members of the "helping professions" (i.e. clergy/clergy couples, psychotherapists, educators, administrators, etc.). Dr. Mosko offers help addressing important problems (e.g., clinically significant anxiety, depression, marital conflict, and professional performance challenges), and facilitating clients' personal growth and spiritual development (e.g., achieving greater levels of work-life balance, intimacy in interpersonal relationships, and personal and relational fulfillment and meaning in life). Psychological and personality assessment services address referral questions that include diagnostic impressions and treatment recommendations that consider an examinee's coping resources/ways of managing stress, capacity for affect modulation, manner of processing information, conscious/unconscious experiences of self, explicit/implicit models of relating with others, etc. Professional consultation services may assist licensed mental health providers and clergy seeking guidance with how best to address more challenging patients, congregation members, or their complex social systems and work environments.


Glen McClure, Ph.D.

We regret to report that Dr. Glen McClure passed away in March, 2013, following an extended illness. Though saddened beyond words by his passing, we will always treasure his friendship and our memories of the relationship we had with him.
 





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Sugar Land Psychology
Suite 375
77 Sugar Creek Center Blvd.
Sugar Land, TX 77478