Baylor Psychology Clinic (BPC) Response to COVID-19
In light of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the BPC would like to share precautions aimed at keeping everyone safe and healthy. Baylor Psychology Clinic is carefully monitoring the situation and is taking the following precautions to reduce the potential spread of COVID-19 in our community. Thank you in advance for abiding by these guidelines and helping keep our local community healthy!
Baylor University continues to encourage remote work schedules to the extent possible. In view of this, the BPC will utilize telehealth whenever feasible. We will continue to provide telehealth appointments for our existing clients and are accepting new clients for primarily telehealth services only. If you are unsure whether telehealth is a good fit for you, you may complete a phone intake at no cost and speak to a BPC clinician.
In person appointments will be available only when determined by your clinician and you to be necessary for your assessment or therapy plan and may be used in combination with telehealth appointments. Prior to attending any in person appointments, your clinician will share with you the clinic’s COVID-19 precautions.
We hope to re-open full on-site operations as soon as possible and will provide updates as we receive them. Our Clinic phone will be monitored during this time, please feel free to contact us at 254-710-2470 with any questions.
Telehealth resources for clients:
If you are having an emergency, please be sure to make use of the following resources:
- National Suicide Prevention Line (NSPL) Phone: 1-800-273-TALK(8255)
- Crisis Hotline – MCOT Phone: 1-866-752-3451
- Emergency Line Phone: 911
Please take all necessary precautions to protect your health and prevent the spread of illness, coronavirus or otherwise.
- Helpful Resources:
- Online Mental Health Resources: