Rachel Zettl, MD is a board-certified psychiatrist offering services to children, adolescents, and adults in Texas. She has an array of clinical interests; however, she specializes in child and adolescent psychiatry, depression, anxiety, and behavioral disorders. Dr. Zettl became interested in behavioral health care after watching individuals in the community where she grew up struggle silently with mental health disorders due to lack of resources and stigma. She wanted to provide good quality care without the judgement or stigma that keep so many from seeking the care that can improve their lives.

Dr. Zettl’s approach to care is that this is a journey she and her patient will be taking together. The patient is the captain, and the provider should be the navigator. Dr. Zettl believes that the provider is only there to help keep the treatment on track, and the patient should be the one setting the destination.

Fun fact: Dr. Zettl was a high school teacher prior to medical school. She also loves pugs and enjoys crocheting.

“If we could change ourselves, the tendencies in the world would also change. As a person changes their own nature, so does the attitude of the world change towards the person… We need not wait to see what others do.”

Marsha Caraway is a licensed mental health counselor and licensed professional counselor offering services to adults in New York and Texas. She has a variety of clinical interests; however, she specializes in relationship issues, anxiety disorders, depression and trauma. In her practice, Marsha’s philosophy of care is to get to know her patients. She believes the more “life” puzzle pieces that you have, the more the patients’ symptoms make sense.

Marsha’s interest in mental and behavioral health care developed in college. She had an excellent professor who kept her spellbound when she shared her experiences from Bellevue Mental Hospital in New York City.

Marsha has worked on 15 different military installations. She loves to chop and stack wood and loves train rides.

“When life begins to drag you down, just do the hokey pokey.”

Amy Kovach is a licensed clinical social worker offering services to adolescents and adults in Texas. She has a variety of clinical interests; however, she specializes in LGBTQ, trauma and abuse, and motivational interviewingAmy believes in clientcentered and strengths-based therapy. She practices mind-body-spirit approach to help clients find self-compassion and increase awareness and acceptance. 

Amy’s interest in mental and behavioral healthcare stems from her experience growing up in poverty and being told by a counselor that she was not “college material.” Since then, she’s held on to the belief that individuals have the resilience to overcome tough problems, rise out of poverty, grow their resources for healing, and find true happiness and peace. 

Amy published a book called Burn Survivors Journey: Real Stories of Challenges, Strength, and TriumphIn 2018, she was named NASW, Texas Chapter’s Social Worker of the Year and spearheaded a Stop, Drop & Run 5K event to increase awareness for burn survivors. 

“We delight in the beauty of the butterfly, but rarely admit the changes it has gone through to achieve that beauty.” – Maya Angelou 

Betty Quintana is a licensed clinical social worker offering services to adolescent and adult residents in New Jersey and Texas. She has a variety of clinical interests; however, she specializes in geriatric therapy, life coaching, grief counseling, life transitions and parenting. In her practice, Betty’s philosophy of care is centered around the beliefs that everyone is unique, everyone has both good and bad qualities, and the coping skills that we learn throughout life help us to grow and master our minds. 

Betty’s interest in mental and behavioral healthcare started as a teenager when she began struggling with excessive worry, social anxiety and self-esteem issues. She found it hard to connect with anyone and felt no one understood her. As a young adult she began to realize her potential and started to put herself first.  She soon enough stopped worrying about what people thought about her and finally embraced her uniqueness. Betty loves helping people discover their true potential no matter what age they are. 

Betty is a Disney fanatic and loves a Disney vacation over any other vacation. She has three beautiful children: a teenager, a middle schooler and a toddler. And her best character strength is her sense of humor. 

“Everyone has bad days and bad moments, but it is how you handle them that matters the most.  Even champions lose rounds.” – Gary Vaynerchuk 

 

Rebecca Poage is a licensed clinical social worker offering services to children, adolescent and adult residents in California and Texas. She has a vast array of clinical interests; however, her specializations are working with trauma survivors, veterans, learning issues, mood disorders, medical issues and autism immune issues. In her practice, Rebecca’s philosophy of care is to look for strengths, resources and spiritual and community support that individuals may have. She assesses areas of need and seeks to help empower individuals to access resources to promote growth and aid in reducing their challenges. Rebecca workto help individuals see their challenges from a perspective that allows for breakthroughs. She will typically use metaphors adapted to everyone to describe situations to help facilitate problem resolution. 

Rebecca’s interest in mental and behavioral health care comes from having benefited from her own therapy. Her interest then developed when those close to her sought her support. She feels well suited for the field. 

Rebecca once rented a stick-shift car to explore Normandy, France for a week on her own. She has fond memories of going on road trips as a child with her family around the US, some of Canada and Mexico. She has an interest in art, music, dance, drama and cinema. Humor is a key value of hers. 

“What we have once enjoyed we can never lose. All that we love deeply becomes a part of us.”  – Helen Keller 

Duke Ruktanonchai is a board-certified psychiatrist offering services to child, adolescent and adult residents in Pennsylvania and Texas. He has a vast array of clinical interests; however, his specializations are attention deficit hyperactivity disorders, anxiety disorders, autism spectrum disorders, mood disorders, psychopharmacology and wellness and health promotion.

Duke sees himself as a guide and advisor for each person he cares for. Decisions on treatment involve careful discussions, and decisions are made collaboratively.

Duke’s interest in mental health care stems from having always found the mind as being the most fascinating part of a person. He aims to treat the whole person, not just a specific organ or part. For him, caring for the whole person involves the mental, physical, spiritual and emotional components of a person.

Duke loves spicy food – all spicy food but especially Thai. He did a CDC fellowship in public health and is a big college basketball fan.

“Everything you want is on the other side of fear.” – George Addair

Emma Negron, Ph.D. LCSW, is a licensed clinical social worker offering services to children, adolescent and adult residents in California and Texas. She has a vast array of clinical interests; however, her specializations are post-traumatic stress disorder, mood disorders, anxiety disorders and grief counseling. In her practice, Emma values respect for the client’s situation, the client’s perception, and the client’s ability to reach their own truth.

Emma identifies as somewhat of an extrovert, but more of an introvert. She likes physics and wishes that she had a better understanding of it. Emma is young at heart; she loves and respects children at their own level of cognitive functioning.

Prescribes Medication: No

Age Range: 5 – 65+

Specialties: Trauma and Abuse, Mood Disorders, Anxiety Disorders, Grief Counseling

If you are in crisis, call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline, a free, 24-hour hotline at 1.800.273.8255. If your issue is an emergency, call 911 or go to your nearest emergency room.