Our Core Values


Affordable Care

We believe in providing professional, affordable, reliable, and accessible mental health care to individuals of all ages, couples, and families in an effort to alleviate mental health challenges and for the overall improvement of the quality of life.


Transformational Change

We believe in the transformational process of counseling and that real life-altering change and growth is possible. We accept and understand the hardship and difficulty of the therapeutic process and remain committed to our clients as they struggle in this time of challenge.


Collaborative Growth

We believe in a collaboration approach to mental health care and that change occurs in all aspects of life and not in the therapeutic relationship alone. We are committed to working with other medical, mental health, and wellness professionals for the development of health and wholeness in the client’s life.


Community Support

We believe in serving our local community and in the power of community support. We are dedicated to providing local services and to connecting clients with community programs to improve and enrich their lives.

Human Capital

We believe in investing in human capital, that as the quality of our clients’ lives increase, they will enrich the lives around them. We believe that as the value of human capital increases, so will the value of our communities and our society as a whole.


April 25, 2018

Dr. Taylor testifies before the Texas Sunset Commission on April 25th, 2018.

January 10, 2018

Selected as one of The Most Inspiring Stories in Dallas by VoyageDallas Magazine.

We are honored that VoyageDallas Magazine would choose us as one of their most inspiring stories in Dallas. It is our fervent desire to provide professional care at affordable rates to everyone in the DFW area.

A big thank you to VoyageDallas for helping us get the word out as we continue to grow and provide affordable mental health care for those in need. Check out the article here: VoyageDallas The Most Inspiring Stories in Dallas.

December 20, 2016

Department of Agriculture


AUSTIN – Agriculture Commissioner Sid Miller appointed Dr. Christopher S. Taylor to the Texas Rural Advisory Task Force. The Rural Health Task Force is part of the Texas Rural Health and Economic Development Advisory Council. The Council meets twice a year to discuss issues and to provide guidance in regards to economic development, community development, and rural health.

September 21, 2016

Tune in to hear Dr. Taylor on the On point with JP and Dr. P Radio show on KEXB 620 AM.

Dr. Taylor and Dr. Batemen

This morning we had a great chat about the unique struggles couples experience as they let go of their old identity of being single and embrace their new identity of marriage and coupling. A big thank you to Dr. Kenneth Batmen and everyone that makes On Point possible. It was my pleasure to be a guest on your show and I hope to come back soon.

December 9, 2015


For Immediate Distribution | December 9, 2015 | (512) 463-1826
Governor Abbott Appoints Three To Texas State Board Of
Examiners Of Professional Counselors

AUSTIN – Governor Greg Abbott appointed Loretta Bradley, Brenda Compagnone and Christopher Taylor to the Texas State Board of Examiners of Professional Counselors for terms set to expire on February 1, 2021. The board has licensing, examination and rulemaking responsibilities in the field of professional counseling.

P.O. BOX 12428 · AUSTIN TX 78711-2428 · 800-843-5789

Professional research is the foundation of professional counseling. As mental health professionals we depend on current research to assist in our clinical judgment, treatment, and professional growth. Our passion for the development and growth of the counseling field drives our dedication to ongoing research.


Distance Counseling With Rural and veteran populations

A proposed study on the practical utilization of distance counseling in rural Texas. This study will seek to determine the viability of distance counseling for long term continuity of care for veterans and rural Texas that would otherwise be cut off from care. This study is currently in the development phase. 

  • Author: Dr. Christopher S. Taylor


An ex post facto quantitative quasi-experimental study was utilized to determine if the number of days in treatment, the number of drug screens and the number of court appearances impact the completion of family drug court programs throughout the Southwestern United States from October 1st, 2013 to September 30th, 2015. Groups of completers and non-completers are compared to the overall number of days in treatment, the number of drug screens, and the number of court appearances through the use of a multivariate analysis of variance (MANOVA). Additionally, this study seeks to advance the use of social learning theory and its application to drug and alcohol prevention throughout the mental health field, and offers to aid in the advanced education for social workers, counselors, psychologists, and case managers who serve to further the field of family drug courts.

  • Author: Dr. Christopher S. Taylor
  • Presented in April 2016 at the Texas Association of Drug Court Professionals