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Projects & Grants


TAMU Integration of Telehealth in Regions Underserved for Student Training (TAMU iTRUST) is focused on providing interdisciplinary training to equip future psychologists in telehealth and interdisciplinary care. Additionally, students are equipped to help combat the opioid crisis. This project is funded by the Health Resources and Services Administration Graduate Psychology Education Program. It provides psychology students from school psychology, counseling psychology, and clinical psychology with a $25,000 stipend for a 1-year commitment. Doctoral student applications for this program can be found on our training page.


Thanks to Texas Senate Bill 13, short-term, bridge services are offered in regional schools. Up to four sessions of counseling or medication management services are available free of cost at participating schools.

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Expanding Patient Access to Telehealth through Engaging Rural Networks (ePATTERN) is a collaboration with the Texas A&M Laboratory For Community Health Evaluation & Systems Service to increase evidence based telebehavioral health services in rural Brazos Valley communities. ePATTERN is funded by the Health Resources Services Administration Evidence Based Telehealth Network Program.


This grant from Texas Health and Human Services, seeks to enhance integration of patient engagement and accessibility of services through enhanced outreach efforts and increased access to Spanish speaking services. Additionally, this grant allows us to expand the current impact of research and evaluation to inform community health best practices in Texas. The academic-community partnership model is used to increase the number of doctoral health service psychologists likely to practice in Texas and underserved areas.