AnnMarie Staats

Psychiatric Mental Health

Nurse Practitioner


AnnMarie Staats

"For me, being a PMHNP is
a calling. I am passionate about what I do."

I am a psychiatric nurse practitioner in the great state of Texas.  I have been a nurse for 22 years.   I moved here 10 years ago with my family from New York.   I have clinical experience in both the inpatient and out patient areas of psychiatry.  I am currently practicing in the outpatient setting. I worked as a clinical nursing instructor at the University of Texas at Austin- School of Nursing  fo 5 years and as a nursing educator since 2006. I  use my skills as a  teacher to help others with their problems and provide education about  their treatment and the medications that can help them.  I believe this leads to better compliance with a plan that we will develop together.  My belief is that education plays a tremendous role in achieving and maintaining mental health and collaboration is always key.  I look forward to working with you. 


Board Certified by the American Nurses Credentialing Center

Member of the American Nurses Association

Member of the American Nurses Psychiatric Association 


University of Cincinatti - Post-Masters Certificate in Psychiatric Mental Health Nursing 

Mercy College -  Masters in Nursing Education 

Cochran School of Nursing - Associates in Applied Science - Nursing 

Pace University - Baccalaureate of Arts in Literature and Communications   

LaSonda Michelle Courts

Michelle is a board certified Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner with a Masters Degree of Science in Nursing from Walden University. Ms. Courts has experience treating adults and adolescents ages fourteen and older with mental issues. She has obtained experience in treating patients experiencing depression, anxiety, and mood disorders. Her clinical training includes working with patients experiencing depression, anxiety, mood disorders, schizophrenia, and eating disorders.

Michelle’s goal is to assist clients in achieving and maintaining in their optimal mental health capacity. She believes that clients should be actively involved in their care. In addition to using psychopharmaceuticals to assist clients, Michelle often recommends use of adjunct interventions such as psychotherapies to facilitate long-standing results

Isabell Webster

Human connection is an important component to Isabell’s philosophy for optimizing mental health. In addition to utilizing psycho-pharmaceuticals, advocating for connectedness and caring for our bodies and spiritual selves can make a large difference to our mental well-being. Isabell uses a person-centered approach, and she understands the vulnerability it takes for a patient to reach out for help when suffering from a mental illness. Mental illness and/or wellness will impact all aspects of a person’s life. Isabell believes in approaching mental health care with strategy, consistency and patience.


Isabell is a Psychiatric and Mental Health Nurse Practitioner.  She completed her undergraduate degree in nursing at Drexel University and completed her degree as a PMHNP at the University of South Alabama in December of 2020 and will be taking her board exam in the coming month.  She is supervised by AnnMarie Staats.. She has a wide range of experience with children, adolescents and adults in the residential, inpatient and outpatient settings. She has worked with patients with depression, anxiety, PTSD, bipolar disorder, psychosis, dementia, intellectual disability, and other mental health issues. Isabell’s range of experience allows her to use evidence-based techniques and clinical experience to thoroughly evaluate and treat her patients.

Nicole Garcia

Nicole Garcia, Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW. 

My ideal client is any person wanting to work on themselves, regardless of what brought you here. Most of my clients have a goal of feeling in control of themselves and their lives.

I specialize as a trauma therapist, specifically working with clients with domestic violence, sexual assault and trauma history. I also have a strong background working with law enforcement, military families, and families in crisis. I worked for the nonprofit, state and federal government and have a wide variety of experience.

I realize asking for help and working on yourself can be an intimidating and even scary process. I have the skills, training, education and experience to help you get control of your life back and feel empowered. I’m looking forward to the opportunity and privilege to work with you.

Areas of Specialty include:

  • Trauma and PTSD

  • Domestic Abuse

  • Sexual Abuse

  • Addiction

  • Anxiety

  • Borderline Personality

  • Coping Skills

  • Depression

  • Domestic Violence

  • Family Conflict

  • Grief

  • Relationship Issues

  • Self Esteem

  • Stress

Olivia Foadey

My approach to healing is person centered to help clients explore their thoughts and feelings in an environment tailored to their needs and goals. I like to provide that steady hand while my clients take the lead in identifying and working towards the things that are important to them. Through the process of discovery and greater self-awareness I believe we have the ability to learn new ways to accomplish our personal goals and feel more in control of life. Change is possible once we gain understanding of self through the practice of mindfulness, self-compassion and exploration of our true self.


I have experience working with ages ranging from 12 and up, in settings such as inpatient, outpatient, with groups, family and individuals. I use different techniques including, CBT, DBT, Solution focused, for brief and long-term therapy. You can expect a collaborative, flexible, and communicative approach to your care as we continue to empower you to work on overcoming your challenges.


As a therapist, I am dedicated to providing a safe, and supportive environment for my clients to explore their challenges and guide them in using their strengths to overcome feelings of being stuck and suffering.





Relationship issues





Marital and premarital

Suicidal ideations


Coping skills

Trauma and PTSD


Life Transitions

Grief and loss



Mental health

Mood disorders

Thinking Disorders

Amanda Styler

Through life’s toughest moments we need a safe place to receive help. Therapy is the process of openly processing and evaluating your unique life events. It is about building up your strengths and coping skills as well as having a safe, judgement free place to openly and honestly express your thoughts and feelings. You are your own expert and as your therapist, my job is to give you the tools to better yourself and help you reach your goals.

I have experience working with children, adolescents, and adults with Depression, Mood/Anxiety Disorders, PTSD, Substance Use Disorders, Relationship problems, and more. I utilize Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT), and Solution-Focused Brief Therapy (SFBT) in most of my work.

I am a Licensed Master Social Worker and I am trained in providing evidenced-based treatment modalities to guide and empower you in the therapy process. I provide a safe therapeutic space for you to process your thoughts, feelings, goals, challenges, and successes.

Teal Jackson-Mappus

I connect with my clients by bringing humor, creativity, and stability to our time together. I’m here to hold a warm and supportive space for you while we work together to achieve your goals. The key to a successful therapeutic relationship is the ability to truly listen and hear each person's strengths and needs. Some of the changes that we want to make in our lives take practice, partnership, and hard work. I am here to help you build the muscles to carry the weights of life, and to give you a stable place to catch your breath.  


I have experience working with children, teens, and young adults from diverse backgrounds, including the LGBTQIA+ community as well as those on the Autism Spectrum. Though much of my expertise is with teens and young adults, I am able to work with clients of any age from 12 years old to 99. I specialize in an array of issues including: 


  • Anxiety

  • Depression & Self Harm

  • Coping Skills

  • Relationship stress

  • ADHD / Executive Functioning

  • Violence & Anger management

  • PTSD/Abuse & Neglect 

  • Eating disorders

  • Behavioral Challenges


I have worked in various youth settings including Schools, Disciplinary and Alternative Programs, as well as within the Child Welfare System including Foster Care Shelters. I use a blended strengths-based approach that includes Motivational Interviewing, CBT, Art & Play Therapies, Solutions Focused Therapy, and Attachment Focused Therapy.

Annette Rierson

Hello, I am Annette.  Welcome and thank you for considering me in your search for a clinician. Therapy is a space where you are met with non-judgement, compassion, accountability, collaboration, and receive enrichment tools to help find balance with your individual experience. Whether you are seeking to explore a specific concern or general sense of unease, together we can develop goals to foster a deep connection with yourself. There is no “one size fits all” approach in developing a treatment plan and each is personalized according to unique needs and interests. I offer in-person and tele-therapy sessions in a confidential, safe environment to examine the issues you desire to resolve. My main goal is to help clients find hope, resilience, and solutions to their psychological exigencies.

I have experience working with adolescents, adults, and seniors in acute psychiatric inpatient and outpatient programs, routine groups, families, and individuals struggling with trauma, substance abuse and addictions, mood/anxiety disorders, self-esteem, self-worth, grief & loss, and depression.  My  training practices are grounded in evidence-based therapies to include Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT), Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Solution- Focused Brief Therapy (SFBT), Narrative Therapy, and Motivational Interviewing.

Rhonda Griffin

Rhonda Griffin, LPC has been a licensed professional mental health counselor for 23 years. She has a master's in Applied Behavioral Science from Bastyr University in Seattle, Washington. She has taught counseling and supervised intern graduate students. Rhonda engages easily with compassion and a warm sense of humor. A harmonious blend of west coast perspective with Texan common sense. She brings practical skills and knowledge to her clients for problem solving using various modalities. A Systemic Family practitioner, she also uses Cognitive Behavioral, Dialectic Behavioral, Jungian, and Emotion Focused Therapy. As a systems therapist, she investigates the family, social and cultural history of clients to understand the challenges they are facing. Awareness of these perspectives and influences of old coping patterns gives individuals the opportunity to develop new interpersonal skills, self awareness, self-acceptance and strengthened relationships.

The Gottman Institute located in Seattle was also influential in developing Rhonda's interest in working with couples. She finds couples counseling is especially rewarding and enjoys facilitating the creation of secure, lasting bonds between intimate partners. She is uniquely able to hold the two perspectives of each member while cultivating communication skills and re-connection.

Adult Children of Narcissists is a growing area of specialty that Rhonda is particularly skilled as a family systemic therapist. This work is especially helpful for clients that have suffered from narcissistic parenting behaviors that perpetuate detrimental patterns in their own adult relationships.

Areas of specialty include:

Couples Counseling

Borderline and Narcissistic Family Systems

Mood Disorders – Depression, Bipolar, Anxiety

Addiction – Alcohol, Substance, Sexual, Gambling

Post Traumatic Stress Disorder – Lifespan Integration


Dying and Bereavement

Life Transitions

Multicultural Counseling – LGBTQ, Earth Based Spiritual Practices, Polyamory

Support for Artists – Creative and Performing Artists

Ann K. White

Ann K. White is a Licensed Professional Counselor providing individual therapy to people with a range of concerns specializing in substance use and dual diagnosis.  She offers a person-centered approach in a safe environment to explore, express, and motivate an individual toward personal growth and understanding.  She uses a collaborative approach to therapy that is client-driven, and strength-based recognizing each person is unique and requires different methods to find change in their current life status. 

Ann has a Master’s degree in Education from the State University of New York at Plattsburgh and a Master’s in Mental Health Counseling from Argosy University in Sarasota, Florida. She has worked in a variety of settings in Florida and in Texas including residential treatment centers for substance use issues, anxiety, depression, schizophrenia, and bipolar disorders. She has a knowledge base of 12 step programs as well as alternatives.  Ann has a root in evidence-based therapies to include: Motivational Interviewing, Solution-Focused Brief Therapy, Positive Psychology, and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. 

Felicia Gledhill

Felicia Gledhill, LPC  and Board Certified Counselor brings over 30 years experience in the field of psychotherapy. Her work as a clinician is robust and varied. She comes with experience in working with adolescents, children, families and individual. Her specialties include couples and family therapy, adjustment issues related to life events such as divorce, grief and loss, mood disorders such as anxiety, depression, bipolar and OCD. A special interest for her is in helping individuals and couples manage conflict in a productive and workable manner. She served for seven years for the First Judicial Circuit of Florida as a Parenting Coordinator, which honed her expertise in effective conflict resolution.


Modality of treatment includes cognitive behavioral, experiential, mindfulness and positive psychology.


Being an effective clinician is both “art and science”.  Her experience and training is extensive.  The “art” of her work is her natural and spontaneous interest in her clients and her commitment to diminish stress and foster well-being.


Felicia works with individual, couples and family  

Tyler Downing

Tyler is a Licensed Professional Counselor who has worked in assisting clients overcome intensive challenges in their life over the course of his career. He attended Southwestern University to complete his Bachelors of Science in Psychology. He graduated from Angelo State University with his Masters degree in counseling, and since then has worked in community services specializing in outpatient behavioral health and assessment of intensive mental health concerns. Tyler has experience working with individuals with a wide range of concerns and backgrounds including those who identify as LGBTQIA+


Tyler has previously worked with adults and adolescents who are experiencing depression, anxiety, anger, low self-esteem, men's issues, videogame addiction, grief and loss, and oppositional concerns. Some of his treatment modalities include Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Solution Focused, Motivational, and Person-Centered Psychology.

Tyler is committed to fostering an environment of trust and understanding to foster an environment of growth and healing to assist in creating tools and skills to tackle the problems that life provides. He treats each person as an individual and seeks to improve the life of each person.

Georges Kim

I believe we heal and grow when our stories are heard and recognized as unique testimony of our presence in the world. I also believe we are all the imperfect authority on our own stories. By sharing your story with me, you will be able to grow and hold your pain and memories with respect and love. In our work together you will recognize your answers and achieve behavioral and relational change. Our shared destination is full acceptance of and compassion for yourself in ways that are enlightening, empowering and rejuvenating. My fundamental approach to therapy is person-centered.

I will incorporate solution-focused methods, cognitive and behavioral therapy. I am particularly inspired to work with individuals who have experienced childhood and developmental trauma; emotional and physical neglect and abuse. I am also interested in working with couples and families to help them connect better with one another.

My ultimate goal is to help you gain the self-esteem and self-compassion necessary to nurture strong and healthy relationships with people you care about, but none is more important than your relationship with yourself. I see my role as your guide helping you identify the best direction and least distracting pathways to your answers and solutions.

Judy Neves
Office Manager

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Jose Hernandez
Administrative Assistant
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‘’I’ve been working in customer service for over 10 years which has been a wonderful experience. To be able to interact with a large number of people and make them feel like they are a friend. All of this has made me very aware of what a person expects when they request a service, but this is not just about service but also make them feel welcome and in good hands. As the front line of Staats Psychiatric Services I am committed to be that for all of our patients.’’

Sherrie Spelling
Patient Coordinator

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