Robert N Earle
Robert Earle is a Diplomate of the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology, Inc and has been in practice since 1996. In addition to his private practice, Dr Earle serves as Principal Investigator for neuroscience clinical trials and assists in research and development of new psycho-pharmacological agents.
Stephen Lippold is a licensed psychologist and has been in practice since 1988. Dr Lippold offers neuro-psychological assessments to examine the brain function of patients with a variety of neurological conditions, with a focus on the geriatric population.
Leslie Neipert earned her Ph.D. in clinical psychology (specialization in neuropsychology) from the University of Houston. Her clinical focus includes assessment of neurocognitive function in adult/geriatric patients with acquired brain injury (e.g., stroke, traumatic brain injury, anoxia, etc.), neurodegenerative illnesses (e.g., dementia), and ADHD. She also provides individual psychotherapy, including cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) and cognitive processing therapy (CPT), to facilitate adjustment to health-related conditions and to treat depression and anxiety disorders.
Woodrow W Coppedge
Woodrow Coppedge is a general adult psychiatrist who has been in practice since 2002. He earned his bachelor’s degree from Texas A&M University and completed his residency training in psychiatry at UTMB in Galveston. He joined Bay Area Psychiatry Group in 2013 and works with clients aged 18 and older. Dr Coppedge treats a broad spectrum of mental health issues.
MSN, RN, PMHNP
Lynda Barker is a Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner and Clinical Research Coordinator. She works with all populations providing diagnosis, medication management, and counseling services for individuals and families.
Myra Johnson provides Individual, Family, and Group Psychotherapy. Ms Johnson also works as a Certified Care Manager specializing in issues related to aging and elder care. She has extensive knowledge of costs, quality, and availability of community resources.
Paige Thomson offers Individual, Family, and Group Psychotherapy with an interest in high-risk adolescents and families in crisis. Mrs Thomson is skilled in numerous therapy modalities and creates individualized treatment plans to meet specific client needs.
Shannon Wenger is a seasoned psychotherapist, licensed in Texas for fifteen years. She has expertise in a variety of areas including marriage and family, children, adolescents, grief and loss, trauma, abuse and mood disorder management. She is an eclectic practitioner, well-versed in an assortment of theoretical perspectives with the ability to tailor appropriate strategies for maximum treatment gains.
Laura Hicks provides individual, marital, and family therapy for adolescents and adults for a wide variety of both clinical and non-clinical issues. Areas of special interest include couples counseling, relationship skills development for teens and adults, parenting issues, emotional abuse, divorce recovery, and faith-based counseling (if requested).
For more than 20 years, Lisa Layne, a Licensed Clinical Social Worker, has provided child (age 6+), adolescent, individual, couples and family therapy. Ms. Layne has worked primarily in the Galveston, Baytown, and Clear Lake areas providing trauma recovery, cognitive behavioral, behavior modification, insight oriented therapy to a variety of clients, who have survived sex, physical, emotional abuse, and other life changing events. Ms. Layne spent nearly nine years working in two different juvenile justice systems providing psychiatric assessments, crisis, short and longer term therapy services. Additionally, Ms. Layne provides motivation, and psycho-educational guidance to clients struggling with ADHD, Depression, Anxiety, Mood Disorders, Adjustment Disorders, Parenting, Divorce, Blended/Stepfamily issues, Chronic and Terminal Illness, and Grief/Bereavement. Ms. Layne has worked as a professional journalist, and subsequently earned her Master’s Degree in Social Work. She provides a unique clinical skill set, allowing her clients to focus on utilizing often overlooked creativity, intellect, and other emotional strengths to obtain successful coping, mood management and strategic outcomes.