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Family Care Center - Pflugerville, TX

1601 E. Pflugerville Pkwy, BLDG 3, Ste 3202, Pflugerville, TX 78660

Phone: 512-320-5785

Fax: 512-980-8747

Behavioral Health Services for Williamson County in Pflugerville

Family Care Center Pflugerville is located at 1601 E. Pflugerville Pkwy, BLDG 3, Ste 3202, Pflugerville, TX 78660. 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 Williamson County and the surrounding areas with just that.

Meet the Providers

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Dr. Alexander Kaplan - Regional Medical Director

I provide a comprehensive team-based psychiatric evaluation and treatment approach, including the patient, family (if amenable/appropriate), and therapeutic team. I strive to ensure evidence-based, empathic psychiatric care. Be assured you will receive a thorough, patient, and thoughtful evaluation with appropriate recommendations and treatment including psychotropic medications, medical work-up, and therapy. I see all patients 12 years or older. 

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Madison Vencil, LCSW, Clinical Director

I am very personable and like to keep things as real as possible. That being said, I will always encourage and support them, unconditionally.

I am a Licensed Clinical Social Worker. My approach to therapy is psychodynamic with emotions-based processing, interactive feedback, Psychoeducation, CBT frameworks, and DBT frameworks. I love to work with young adults, typically 18 years or older, as they begin navigating life after school and looking for their place and purpose in the world.

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Sarah Weaver, MA, LPC

As someone who struggled with depression as a young person, I felt like no one fully understood. Therefore, I strive to create a space where humans can feel seen, heard and validated. Life can throw some crazy adventures and struggles our way which makes finding a space to feel safe extremely difficult but so necessary. As a counselor, I see my clients as the experts. They are the only ones who know what their life is like and how it has impacted them. My role focuses on looking at all the puzzle pieces, seeing how they fit together and reframing them in a way that clients can see how those pieces impact each other and their lives as a whole. I see patients as young as 8 years and older. 

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David Jaskowiak, LPC-Supervisor

Coming to a therapist can seem scary. Often, we perceive that if we ignore our problems they will “go away.” Problem is, they don’t go away; they get worse and impact other parts of our lives. My perspective as a therapist is that this is a conversation; you are the director of your life, I’m here to provide support. I see patients as young as early elementary school and adults of all ages, including couples and families. 

I was born in California at Edwards Air Force Base where I lived for two years with my family prior to my father leaving the USAF. After a short two year stay in Colorado, my family moved again to Massachusetts where I lived until I relocated to Texas with my wife. I have three children, a dog and a cat. I enjoy all things Star Trek and like spending my time building models.

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Gustavo Arguelles, Clinic Administrator

Searching for help from healthcare providers can be one of the hardest steps to get started with treatment. Once you make that step, it is my job and goal to make sure you are supported and assisted with anything you may need during that time.

I can truly say that healthcare is my passion and helping others is my biggest goal. I enjoy patient interaction most importantly and ensuring that the flow and management of healthcare facilities are efficient and helpful.

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Tasha Nickerson, MA

I will work alongside our Specialized Physicians, Clinicians, and Therapists to help you achieve the healing and restoration you need to continue leading a healthy and prosperous lifestyle. I will listen and provide patient education to help you achieve your short-term and long-term goals. We are all in this together!

Derek Dietrich, LPC, LCDC

I like to learn from my clients, because no one in the world will ever have the same experiences as them. I typically see patients in their late teens and older. What I offer, is an outside perspective to reflect on life, and its difficulties, all the while we search for ways to make things a little easier and more manageable; Life is hard enough on its own and our mental health can make it much harder, so why choose to do it alone?

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Isabel Velazquez, LPC

Starting therapy can be scary. It’s a vulnerable process and can feel scary if you were taught that being vulnerable/getting help is “weak.” Maybe you’ve been a pro at “white knuckling” through all the chaos life throws your way, but now find yourself depleted and overwhelmed. Maybe you find this negatively impacting your relationships, your family, your job, your confidence, or maybe all of the above. I offer a space to process your old wounds while providing tangible ways to navigate your current stressors. I see patients who are 18 and older. I am direct, compassionate, humorous, and aim to make therapy approachable.

Isamar Silva, LPC

You don’t deserve to go through this mental health journey alone. Experiencing a spectrum of emotions can be extremely overwhelming, especially if you are lacking someone to communicate those thoughts to. The first step in your journey to healing
is accepting you need to heal. You deserve to give yourself grace, and relief through this process. Let’s work together to help you identify and achieve your goals, redirect potentially destructive thoughts, and reframe negative thought patterns into productive ideas. You deserve to feel relief and support. I see patients that are 13 years or older. 

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Amy Lee, PA

I am a Physician Assistant certified by the NCCPA. I believe strongly in a shared decision-making model of care with evidence-based practice as the groundwork of treatment. I aim to prioritize provider-patient relationship and collaborate with patients to create an individualized treatment plan that align with their circumstances. In my spare time, I enjoy hiking with my dog Pomelo, playing tennis, and gardening. I typically see all patients who are 18 and older. 

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Jennifer Diaz, LPC

I am a bilingual licensed professional counselor with a master’s degree in professional counseling. I have enjoyed working with children and families and educational and mental health settings for 13 years and have been a counselor for 7 years. I believe that processing one’s traumatic experiences, regulating emotions and learning daily coping skills builds one’s resiliency and improves one’s quality of life. I help individuals tap into their own inner wisdom to make positive changes in their lives. I see patients as young as 2 years old and adults of any ages. 

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Kamri Irvin, TMS Technician
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Tiyilikeisha Gillum, Medical Office Receptionist

Creating positive customer experiences can help build successful long-term relationships with patients and helps the facility and its staff succeed. I believe it’s important for a receptionist’s behavior to align with the company’s values because it makes the whole brand consistent and trustworthy. I am happy to extend warm energy with a smile. It is my sincere pleasure to be of assistance.