It can be hard to look for help. Even when your world isn’t looking so rosy. When you’re feeling alone, and there’s just so much that you have to deal with. Too much.
But believe this… there is a solution. There is a way to get to the life you want to have, to be the person you want to be. There is a way to wake up one morning and feel hopeful about the future. Sometimes, all it takes to get started is talking to someone who understands what you’re going through.
Despite what some say, it’s not crazy to get help from those who can give it. It’d be crazy not to.
When you request an appointment with us, we’ll pay careful attention to your story and unique circumstances, and based on our decades of professional knowledge, thoroughly assess your difficulties to identify the root cause. We consider this the key to effective treatment.
And it works. For over twenty years, Connell & Associates has helped people discover the way forward. Trusted by family doctors throughout central Texas, we are the only clinic in Killeen that provides a full range of outpatient behavioral health services, whether that involves counseling, psychological assessment, or psychiatric medication management.
No matter what you or your family is suffering from, our assessment process doesn’t let any psychological condition slip through the cracks. Depression, Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), or anything else – our staff has a combined century of experience in helping people figure out exactly what is causing their problems.
If you’re willing to take that first step, we’ll help you make a change that matters.
Here’s The Process In “Plain English”
The first step is requesting an appointment by clicking the button below and filling out the brief form. We’ll have a conversation and see if we can help. At this point, there is absolutely no obligation or payment required, so you have nothing to lose by contacting us.
Make no mistake – every person is different and needs a unique approach best suited for them. But the first step is always the same: reaching out to someone who can help.