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Family Care Center - Central Austin, TX

3705 Medical Parkway, Ste 410, Austin, TX 78705

Phone: 512-320-5779

Fax: 512-980-8762

Behavioral Health Services for Travis County in Central Austin

Family Care Center Central Austin is located at 3705 Medical Parkway, Ste 410, Austin, TX 78705. At our clinic, we provide comprehensive behavioral health services, including counseling, medication management, and more. We aim to provide a welcoming, compassionate, and safe environment for people from all walks of life. At Family Care Center, we believe that individuals can heal from mental health issues, as long as they have the right support, and we’re proud to provide the residents of Travis County and the surrounding areas with just that.

Meet the Providers

Tyson Lippe family care center
Tyson Lippe, M.D. - Clinic Director

I am board certified in general psychiatry and enjoy working with adults of all ages. In addition to oral medications and psychotherapy, I received training in transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) and electroconvulsive (ECT) during my residency. My repertoire expanded into ketamine and Spravato® in previous positions, and I find a blended approach of multiple modalities is often required for sufficient relief for patients. 

I believe all of us will be impacted by mental health at some point, be it personally or from those around us. Because psychiatric conditions are so ubiquitous, it requires individualized approaches. Together, we will find the correct blend of treatments for you to drive change in your life and better your future. 

Dea Heath family care center
Deanetta Heath, Clinic Admin
Rocio Avila Salinas, family care center
Rocio Avila Salinas, LCSW - Clinical Supervisor

Rocio’s experience includes managing clinical operations at multiple levels of care, including acute inpatient psychiatric, and outpatient clinics. Rocio has also served on various hospital and company committees including bioethics, diversity inclusion and belonging, and specialty therapy committees. Rocio has extensive experience in working with individuals with severe mental illness, trauma, anxiety, depression, obsessive compulsive disorder, eating disorders and disordered eating, and acute crisis intervention. Rocio is passionate about working with individuals and family systems to promote healing, recovery, and wellbeing.

Sarah Barton family care center
Sarah Barton, LPC

Ready to heal, grow, and find true connection? Let’s embark on this transformative journey together. As a compassionate and down-to-earth therapist, I’m here to support you in overcoming trauma, anxiety, depression, and finding your authentic self. Let’s meet and start your healing process!

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Chad Wysong, MSSW, LCSW

I am confident that with me as your therapist you will feel accepted, honored and acknowledged, You can safely tell me your story and your concerns at your own pace. Together we will address current issues and identify and unravel deeper patterns that can sabotage your fulfillment and success.

Allison Quinones family care center
Allison Quinones, LCSW

I deeply value the therapeutic relationship and meet every individual where they are at, with genuine care and interest.  I collaborate with each individual and work to create a meaningful relationship. I value each person’s time and will provide encouragement to work towards goals outside of therapy, by providing assignments outside of session so that you can get the most out of your time in therapy.

Victoria McCartney family care center
Victoria McCartney, LPC, LCDC

Hi, I am Victoria a Licensed Professional Counselor and Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselor. I have three years of counseling experience and use a client centered approach with therapy to meet my client where they are at and work at their pace. I counsel from many different theories and tailor my approach to my client.

Tina DeMattia family care center
Tina DeMattia, LMFT

I have a down to earth “real” approach and tend to be active in sessions. I pride myself on meeting clients where they are and helping them utilize strengths to meet their goals. I hope to help my clients to “connect the dots” and understand why they do and say what they do. We will identify barriers and possible solutions to starting to live the life they want to live. I’m warm, sensitive and am not afraid to tell people what others in their life might not. I am on your team and by your side from day one. You will never disappoint me or be judged by me. I look forward to partnering with you!

Julianna Navarro family care center
Julianna Navarro, LPC

Starting something new can feel scary, but it doesn’t have to be difficult. I specialize in working with individuals (18+ only) and couples on a variety of relationship concerns. I also help clients who struggle with anxiety, stress, and phase of life concerns. I understand that every person is unique in their own way, so I tailor each session to fit your needs and we create meaningful goals to work on together. Over time, you will find more daily life satisfaction and a purpose to begin living each day as the best version of yourself.

Dena Burns family care center
Dena Burns, LPC, LCDC

I enjoy working with clients who are ready to take that courageous first step into self-exploration and becoming more empowered. I foster a collaborative environment and believe that we are inherently good people who want to make healthier choices in life. Are you feeling dissatisfied with the decisions you are making regarding the use of substances, overwhelmed by emotions, or see yourself as held back by the traumas of your past? I am ready to join you in searching for the causes of your emotional pain and finding your voice.

Jessica Boice family care center
Jessica Boice, PA-C

What drew me to become a physician assistant was to help my patients feel heard. I strive to create a collaborative therapeutic relationship with my clients to develop a treatment plan that maximizes personal growth and health outcomes. My care philosophy takes a three-pronged approach; by combining therapy, non-pharmacological modalities, and medical management, I can help you feel more adjusted and capable to conquer life.”

Porsha Leary, MA
Amanda Pearman, LPC

My name is Amanda Pearman, pronouns she/her/ella. I am a Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor. I received a Maters of Science in Multicultural Community Counseling from San Diego State University in 2016. I truly enjoy what I get to do, and I am passionate about helping individuals heal and feel joy. 

Lindsey Schwartz, PA-C

I have a strong background in pharmacology, and experience in many areas of mental health. I believe treatment is not a one size fits all approach and look forward to getting to know you better and working together to find a treatment plan that fits you and your needs. 

James Koch, PA-C

I listen, and I have empathy. I have firsthand knowledge of suffering, loss, separation, anxiety, and struggle. I also have firsthand knowledge of peace, and hope, faith and love. Belonging and strength, including freedoms from anxiety. I will treat you like I treat my own family members!

Family Care Center Provider
Brittany Brodeur, TMS Care Coordinator Supervisor
Gerry "Louisa" Castillo, TMS Technician
Jennifer Chapman family care center
Jennifer Chapman, Med Office Receptionist