Diana Roderick, M.Ed, LPC

Licensed Professional Counselor

Location: 543 William D. Fitch Pkwy Ste111, College Station 77845
Fast Contact: Email or Call Diana.
DepressionAnxiety
ChristianRelationship
Anger ManagementPhobias
Stress Management

I am a client based counselor who helps my clients find solutions to their issues/problems,. I take a holistic approach and look at diet, lifetstyle, medicines, mental health background, spiritual beliefs, and family background to help the client.

Related Sites:
City of College Station
Texas State Board of Examiners of Professional Counselors

Counseling College Station, Texas

Therapy Bryan, Snook, Wixon, Navasota, Somerville, Anderson

Located in central Texas, College Station is in the heart of the Brazos Valley with a population of around 86,000. College Station is the home of the renowned Texas A&M University, working with different projects that are designated in land, sea and space projects, such as with NASA, the National Institutes of Health, the office of Naval Research, and the National Science Foundation.1 Due to the size and the fact that a large university is located in College Station, it is thought to be one of the most educated cities in Texas. There are several lakes in the area that are great to take the family, such as Somerville Lake, Gibbons Creek Reservoir, Lake Limestone, Lake Conroe, and Lake Bryan, to name a few. These lakes are great to enjoy with the family since the climate in College Station is subtropical. Summers are warm to hot, with the winters being fairly mild.

Mental Health in College Station

Brazos Valley Community Action Agency offers a number of resources to individuals and families in need of support, financial assistance and mental health. They believe everyone should be afforded the opportunity to fulfill their potential through education and workshops, by creating empowerment and building self esteem. For more information please call, 979-846-1100.2

Parents want to know when they send their children off to school; they will be as safe as possible. College Station Middle School agrees and has created several awareness programs for students and parents. Student harassment has taken on a new meaning with the advent of the internet and CSMS has enlisted a no tolerance policy when it comes to bullying. The school has created a safer way for children to report incidences discreetly through their website and a school official will follow up immediately about the situation. Throughout the school year, CSMS offers support to students looking for help with open discussion forums and ongoing awareness campaigns. For more information please contact, 979-764-5545.3

Texas A&M University offers a crisis help line for students who are having problems coping with life's issues. The University offers a number of programs including: on call counselors, information, and intervention if necessary. They also provide off campus services using community agencies, who will provide the necessary tools needed to hasten the healing process. These programs are designed to build up individuals through personal and community support. If you feel lonely, depressed, or suicidal, you are not alone, please call, 979-845-4427.4

Current Education

College Station Independent School District's goal is to provide valuable education to each and every student within the community. They believe a student with a learning disability has the same rights as any child without one and are driven to try and diagnose as early as possible. The school district aims to give kids the necessary tools and skills to lead a quality and successful life. For more information please call, 979-764-5400.2


References

1. Texas A&M University. (2014). Homepage. Retrieved from https://www.tamu.edu/.
2. Brazos Valley Community Action Agency. (2014). Homepage. Retrieved from http://www.bvcaa.org.
3. College Station Middle School. (2014). Stop bullying. Retrieved from http://csms.csisd.org.
4. Texas A&M University. (2014). Student Counseling Services. Retrieved from http://scs.tamu.edu/?q=helpline.
5. College Station Independent School District. (2014). Special Education. Retrieved from http://www.csisd.org/apps/pages/index.jsp?uREC_ID=164859&type=d&pREC_ID=338282.