Mental health help

Students who will be part of the Texas A&M Telehealth Counseling Clinic’s program here were introduced to the community. Pictured are (front, from left) the Rev. Randy Wells of Faith Mission, Debora Palmiere, Kaylee Jackson, Blanca Macareno and Tessa Long; (middle, from left) Katie Console, Xiao Meng, Dr. Carly McCord, Jasmine Zhou, Laurel Wade and Dr. Trey Armstrong; and (back, from left) Nick Kavish and Isaac Saldivar.

An innovative program that provides mental health care through video teleconferencing is continuing for a sixth year.

Dr. Carly McCord, director of the Texas A&M Telehealth Counseling Clinic (TCC), visited Brenham recently to introduce a new team of doctoral students to Faith Mission, the Washington County administrator of the program.

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