Talor is a licensed psychological associate (LPA) specializing in psychological testing, diagnostic evaluations, and therapy. Talor enjoys working with a diverse population, and she is particularly passionate about working with children and adolescents with ADHD, autism, learning disabilities, and other neurodevelopmental disorders. She also specializes in adult individual psychotherapy, family therapy, and marriage counseling. Talor approaches therapy from a holistic and eclectic perspective. She utilizes mindfulness and mind-body therapies as well as some cognitive behavioral strategies to promote balance and emotional harmony. Talor earned her bachelor's degree with a major in psychology in 2008 and master's degree in applied psychology in 2011. She has completed her doctoral level coursework to earn a doctorate of psychology and will defend her dissertation on classroom interventions for ADHD in July of 2021. She has completed additional training in mindfulness based stress reduction, filial therapy, play therapy, and a pre-doctoral internship in neuropsychology. As a believer who practices the Jewish and Christian faiths, Talor is also able to incorporate elements of faith, scripture, and prayer into therapy for her clients who are open to it.
Dr. Levi Armstrong is a clinical neuropsychologist (Texas #36271) specializing in the evaluation of a wide range of medical, neurological, and psychiatric problems for children, adolescents, and adults. Born and raised in rural northeast Texas, he is passionate about increasing access to mental health services to under-served populations and is an active advocate for legislative provisions in line with this goal. He provides psychological and neuropsychological services for children, adolescents, adults, and older adults and is contracted with various agencies such as the Social Security Administration (disability evaluations), the Department of Rehabilitation Services (DARS) / Texas Workforce Commission (TWC) for vocational rehab services, MHMR for IDD services, and as an. He has had hospital privileges at Paris Regional Medical Center (PRMC) since 2015 and has consulted in the outpatient neurology, outpatient PM&R, and inpatient geropsychiatry departments.
Dr. Armstrong earned a bachelor's of science from Texas A&M University - College Station in community health/biomedical science, a master’s degree in psychology (professional counseling emphasis), and a doctorate in clinical psychology with a specialty emphasis in clinical neuropsychology from the University of the Rockies in Colorado Springs, Colorado. He completed a 1-year, APPIC - approved, pre-doctoral internship in clinical neuropsychology in Dallas and subsequently completed a formal two-year post-doctoral residency in Tyler/Paris, Texas under the supervision of a board certified clinical neuropsychologist. Additionally, earned his post-doctoral masters of science degree in clinical psychopharmacology from Fairleigh Dickinson University, which affords him advanced knowledge and clinical training in the clinical application of psychotropic medications. At this time, however, Texas does not allow psychologists with this advanced training to prescribe. Although he is available to consult with his patient's prescribers, Dr. Armstrong cannot and does not prescribe medication.
Dr. Armstrong is a member of many professional organizations including the Texas Psychological Association (including the psychopharmacology legislative committee), National Academy of Neuropsychology (NAN), and the Academy of Medical Psychology (AMP), and the Texas Counseling Association (TCA). Dr. Armstrong is also a full-time graduate counseling and psychology professor in the Human Behavior and Counseling Department at Amberton University in Dallas, Texas.
Dr. Armstrong is happily married to his best friend and beautiful wife. They have two young children who keep them laughing (and very busy!). In his free time, he enjoys spending quality time with his wife, playing with his kids, playing guitar, and going on walks with his children: Rio the Labrador and Lucy the Mini Border-Doodle. In the fall, you're most likely to catch him watching his alumni the Texas A&M Aggies play college football on Saturdays. He attends church in Wylie, Texas and is a proud sponsor of Wylie Young Life & Lamar County Young Life. As such, he believes that every human being, including his patients, deserve to be treated with dignity and compassionate acceptance, grace, and love.