Welcome to the Practice

Mission Statement- Highland Park/Southlake Counseling Services, Bruce W. Cameron, M.S., LPC-S, LSOTP, CAS PA

bruce 300x300 Welcome to the PracticeThe mission is to provide quality counseling services in an atmosphere that is friendly, pleasant and efficient.

The primary clientele are adolescent and adult males who are seeking services pertaining to a variety of concerns including: addiction, internet pornography addiction, sex addiction, compulsive behavior, aggressive behavior, ADHD issues and struggles in character.

Interventions are behaviorally-based and solution-focused.  Family work is strongly encouraged when possible.

Medication Alone is Only Part of the Solution

Perhaps you or your loved one is receiving care from a physician who prescribed medication to assist in the abatement of symptoms of a particular behavioral disorder.

This clears a path for continued growth and offers a chance to move “out of the rut.”

Medication helps one’s ability to make choices. However, extra assistance is sometimes needed to build the skills necessary to avoid or manage problematic behaviors.

Counseling can help prevent a relapse back into the condition that needed medical intervention.  ADD/ADHD, substance abuse/dependence and other compulsive disorders co-occur and may require specialized attention.

A course of brief solution-focused counseling may be appropriate. Sessions are tailored to meet each client’s needs. Consultation with referring physicians is also used as a core component to the counseling experience.

Counselor-Client Relations

Communication is vital to providing you the best possible care.  Special efforts are made to explain everything to you about your (or your child’s) treatment.  If you have any questions, do not hesitate to ask for clarification.

Appointments, Fees and Confidentiality

Your time is valuable thus, we maintain a prompt schedule.

Fees are within the customary range for the Southlake/Colleyville areas and reflect the level of care you will receive and the high level of training/experience of your counselor/ therapist.

Payment for services is asked for at the time they are rendered.  Payment can be made by check or cash.  You may file your own insurance.

Please note that this is a fee-for-service practice.  This office WILL NOT file your insurance for you. Remember, this office is a third party and the agreement of the insurance company to pay for your services is a contract between you and the insurance company. You are ultimately responsible for payment.

Confidentiality

Your records are treated as confidential information.  Privacy and security of your information is very important, as HIPAA guidelines are followed.

Bruce W. Cameron, M.S., LPC-S. LSOTP  PA
Bachelor of Science Psychology – Texas A&M University
Master of Science Clinical Psychology – University of Wyoming
Texas Licensed Professional Counselor #17571
Texas Licensed Board Approved Supervisor (LPC)

Since 1990, Bruce Cameron has worked as a therapist, administrator, and Treatment Oversight Specialist for the United States Department of Justice/Federal Bureau of Prisons. His professional credentials include: Licensed Professional Counselor/Supervisor, Licensed Sex Offender Treatment Provider, and Certified Addiction Specialist. He also is a Diplomate of Clinical Forensic Counseling. Cameron received his graduate training in Clinical Psychology at the University of Wyoming, and completed his APA internship in Clinical Forensic Psychology at the University of North Carolina, School of Medicine, Chapel Hill, North Carolina, followed by a fellowship in Clinical Forensic Psychology with the Federal Correctional Institution in Butner, North Carolina, where he worked on the Pilot Residential Drug Abuse and Sex Offender treatment units. Cameron was promoted to Director Psychology Services at the Federal Medical Center Carville, Louisiana. Cameron then opened the female Federal Medical Center Carswell in Fort Worth, Texas, focusing on addiction treatment. Cameron’s last duty station is in the Headquarters Washington DC duty station: Bureau’s South Central Regional Office/ Transitional Services section in Dallas and Grand Prairie  Texas, that procures and provides technical oversight of drug abuse and sex offender treatment services for releasing federal inmates in a 5 state region. Cameron holds an adjunct faculty appointment for Columbia College, Columbia, Missouri. Cameron retired from federal service on 6-20-2013 and is now a private consultant and counselor in Dallas and Southlake, Texas.
Bruce W. Cameron, M.S.,LPC-S, LSOTP
Counseling Services
Dallas, Texas, Southlake Texas

214-431-2032