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Victor N. Hirsch, PhD

Clinical Psychologist

Dr Hirsch is the owner and founder of Hirsch & Associates.

He received his Doctorate of Philosophy in Clinical Psychology from East Texas State University in 1983. He is a current member of the American Psychological Association, the Texas Psychological Association, and a Diplomat for Sports Psychological Association of America. He holds several certifications in multiple treatment modalities including but not limited to Brainspotting, EMDR and solution focused therapy.

Some of the areas he specializes in include PTSD, child/family therapy, motivation, relationship/family therapy, men's issues, and enhancing sports performance. He treats panic disorders, anxiety and depression disorders, adult ADD, bipolar disorder, phases of life transitions, adjustment disorders, motivation,  and maximizing potential trauma resolution.  Dr. Hirsch effectively uses positive psychology, cognitive behavior therapy, Brainspotting, EMDR, family systems, and solution-focused therapy to provide solutions that work.

He is a former clinical director of a psychiatric intensive care and alcohol drug abuse center in a hospital setting.  He has performed thousands of psychological evaluations and does pre-operative evaluations for bariatric surgery.

As a long-time sport psychologist he has worked with individuals, professionals, collegiate and high school teams, to motivate baseball, tennis, football, and golf teams, and individual players. Dr. Hirsch has worked with the Houston Astros and the Rice University Tennis Team. He founded the Performance and Sport Psychology Center of Texas. Here is the link https://www.theperformanceandsportspsychologycenteroftexas.com/

Dr. Hirsch is married with two children and is involved in a variety of sporting activities including biking, jogging, golf, tennis, boating, and scuba diving. He enjoys landscaping in his spare time and playing the guitar.

M. Alex Molina Condal., Psy.D,MS.,VBSS/GB

Dr. M. Alex Molina-Condal has received more than thirty years of training, which started with a Bachelor of Science in International Relations and a Master in Arts in Political Science from U.A.C.A., in Costa Rica and the University of Chile in 1988, and 1993, respectively. In 2011 he obtained a Master in Science in Psychology from Capella University, MN, and in 2016, his doctoral degree in clinical psychology at California Southern University, CA, with an orientation towards psychopathology assessments, diagnosis, and treatment. His experience covers children, adults, senior adults, and a couple of diverse ethnicities in areas of profound psychological deficits that include intellectual impairments, personality and mood disorders, disruptive behavior, interpersonal-deficits, and social-emotional attachments. His perspective is based primarily on interpersonal neurobiology and dialectical-cognitive therapy in adult populations and cognitive-behavioral theory when working with children. His published research was oriented to neurological and behavioral aspects of attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder in children and adolescents.

Dr. Molina-Condal added to his experience a post-doctorate work in Boston, MA, in the Boston Medical Center-Psychiatric ER and the Chelsea Elementary Schools, as well as in the MultiCare Neuroscience Institute in Spokane, WA. This post-doctorate practice added a strong neuropsychological perspective to treat patients with dementia and other neurological disorders.

Angela Jones, LPA


PhD Clinical Psychologist

Licensed Psychological Associate

Ms. Jones’s work is based on the belief that people want to be happy, effective, and successful in their lives and that they have within themselves the resources to achieve these goals. She believes that psychotherapy can help individuals most effectively use their resources to increase self-understanding, improve decision-making, solve problems, and create paths to the lives they desire. She offers a compassionate therapeutic approach that includes recognized and accepted psychotherapies, training for behavioral changes, as well as Existential Psychotherapy (talk therapy addressing life meaning, goals & choices). The majority of her training and work has been with adolescents who have experienced trauma, but she also has extensive experience working with adults and young children. Her goal is to help those she has contact with enhance their lives and be the best version of themselves.

Catherine Fagan

My name is Catherine Fagan and I am a former special education teacher, worked in mental health clinic settings, other private patient counseling settings, and have worked in the juvenile and adult fields, along with a variety of other employment. I truly believe my background experiences in life is a significant contributor to my being able to work with clients from all walks of life and social economic status. I hold the following licenses below:

Licensed Professional Counselor with Supervisor endorsement (LPC-S)

Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselor (LCDC)

Licensed Sex Offender Treatment Provider (LSOTP)

I am absolutely passionate about helping clients work through their issues or concerns to achieve better results and optimize their mental health, as problems can affect one’s mental being. I am a Cognitive Behavior Therapist by nature using integrated eclectic techniques and have been practicing for over 10 years. As a Cognitive Behavior Therapist, I help you break down your thought patterns and understand how they are connected to the outcome and we explore solutions, options, and choices to make best decision possible. Counseling is confidential, same as going to your doctor and privacy is respected and protected to best of my ability. Therefore, you can make an appointment and come talk to me in a relaxed and caring atmosphere. I worked with all types of issues and listed below are the most common problems I provided counseling for as below:






Domestic Violence

Relationship Concerns

Couples Counseling

Job/Stress Related Issues

CPS cases

Divorce/Separation/Custody cases

Sex Abuse (Victim)

Juvenile Sex Offender

Uncomplicated Grief



Behavior Problems w/Children & Adolescents

Alcohol & Drugs

Mood Disorders

Coping Skills

Communication Skills

Family Issues

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