About Dr. Warren
I have been a licensed Psychologist since 1987. My interests and experiences in this field are rather broad. My work has been in the private and public sectors and my experience has been extensive. In private practice, I see people of all ages for problems with adjustment to stress, depression, anxiety and relationships. I focus especially upon longstanding patterns that turn up and cause unhappiness repeatedly in a person's life. I have conducted Play Therapy for many years and helped start a child/adolescent clinic which I directed for over a decade. In all my clinical treatment, I place importance upon the early development, bonding and attachment experiences. Even with adults, old scripts and expectations can be carried into many situations without being examined and questioned. This causes confusion, but can be unraveled with work and determination.
In my public service career, I have participated in several community-wide workgroups and committees. I have conducted many public information and professional training workshops. My own front-line education about how projects and initiatives succeed in a community was quite intense and rewarding. This I obtained while working for 19 years as a manager and supervisor in a community mental health agency.
As a private practitioner and consultant, I continue to offer community education, news interviews and an occasional editorial in the newspaper. My office practice is the focal point of my career and is extremely gratifying. I have always conducted a therapy practice either part-time or full-time. I also have the pleasure of teaching Psychotherapy, Clinical Supervision and Ethics courses to doctoral students in Clinical Psychology at Baylor University on a part-time basis. Further, I also provide clinical supervision in the training clinic where much of their practical experience is obtained. Clinical supervision and teaching of young professionals keeps my knowledge base current and my enthusiasm high.
Finally as I have worked, observed and learned in this field over the years, I have become more impressed with the impact of job satisfaction on a person's contentment. Goal setting, productivity and finding one's place in society all come into play. I am more and more interested in helping people explore their interests, helping them find or create a niche for their skills.
Dr. Warren offers professional, confidential and in-depth treatment addressing challenges across the lifespan:
Couple and Relational Therapy
Solo and Small Practice Consulting
Adults, Teens, Children
Forms and PoliciesNotice of Privacy Practices Information About Services Consent and Acknowledgement of Receipt of Privacy Practices Informed Consent for Services for a Child Informed Consent for Services Consulting Services Agreement
5020 Lakeland Circle, Suite B
Waco, TX 76710
Driving Directions: Coming from I-35, take Highway 6 North/Loop 340 West toward Valley Mills. Exit on Bosque Blvd. Turn right onto Bosque Blvd. and drive 1.6 miles. When you arrive at Lake Air Drive, turn left. You'll come to Lakewood Drive; turn left onto Lakewood Drive. Then go two blocks and turn right on Lakeland Circle. Go past the first two driveways. Turn into the third driveway. This will bring you to the back of the building (5020 Lakeland Circle). Park in this parking lot. Dr. Warren's office is in the middle of the complex and is marked on the door.
ResourcesAmerican Psychological Association Help Center
The American Psychological Association provides a Help Center with brochures, tips and articles on the psychological issues that can affect your physical and emotional well-being. Articles cover a wide variety of topics, including dealing with the death of a loved one or the loss of a job, managing anxiety, information about post-traumatic stress disorder, and staying resilient through tough economic times. Articles are also available in Spanish.Baylor Psychology Clinic
The Clinic offers psychotherapy and testing to members of the community on a sliding scale fee basis.