Professional, Compassionate, and Dedicated.
Committed to providing outstanding psychological and mental health services to the communities of northeast Texas.
Comprehensive Clinical and Forensic
Individual and Family Therapy
UPDATE re: COVID-19: Dr. Weatherly is offering therapy sessions via secure, HIPAA-compliant video or by phone. Insurance or cash pay included, new or existing clients.
Call or email today, and every effort will be made to help those who need it in this difficult time. An inability to pay will not affect your ability to receive therapy. If you have recently lost a job or had your work reduced or furloughed, do not hesitate to call or email today.
Offering skilled and professional clinical and forensic psychological services to individuals and families in Hunt, Rockwall, Henderson, and Kaufman County, TX.
KEVIN S. WEATHERLY, PhD, HSPP
LICENSED CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGIST
"In 16 years of clinical practice, I have helped countless clients improve their ability to manage anxiety, depression, excessive anger, family conflict, trauma/PTSD, grief/loss issues, addiction, and many other difficulties.
In addition to therapy services for teens and adults, I provide comprehensive psychological evaluations for children, adolescents, and adults."
Member: American Psychological Association
Association of Family and Conciliation Courts
National Coalition Against Domestic Violence
National Register of Health Psychologists
Clinical services include individual mental health and substance abuse treatment, family therapy, as well as comprehensive psychological evaluations for children, adolescents, adults, and their families. Please see the clinical services page for conditions treated and therapy modalities utilized in treatment.
Forensic psychological services include court-ordered psychological evaluations and therapy services for children, adolescents, and adults.
Dr. Weatherly also conducts psychological evaluations for children recently placed into foster care by Child Protective Services, as well as adoption readiness evaluations for children and prospective adoptive families.