Behavioral Health Services
Mental illness can have an effect on a persons health, educational achievement, employment and well-being. At UHPhealth we provide treatment to low-income children and adults with mental disorders or behavioral challenges
UHPhealth Behavioral Services offers full psychological testing assessments, counseling, and case management services.
UHPhealth delivers affordable, accessible, community-based healthcare services through our two safety net clinics to under-served uninsured and under-insured communities. We are member of both National Association of free and charitable clinics (NAFCC) and Texas Association of charitable clinics (TXACC). At UHPhealth, we believe that Health & Wellness are Human basic right that all communities deserve and healthy living involves all aspects of a person’s life. Therefore we address Social Determinants of Health (SDH).
Meet Our Clinicians
Seon Spurlock, MA, LMFT
Seon Spurlock joined UHPhealth in December 2020. Ms. Spurlock has been in the field of Social Work/Child Welfare for over 20 years. She has worked in the capacity of a Social Worker Servicing Children and families involved with Child Protective Services, substance abuse and at mental health agencies.
Due to Ms. Spurlock’s compassion and desire to help others, she believes in meeting them where they are in an effort to help you get where they would like to be. She is passionate about helping people gain insight and a sense of empowerment as they navigate the transition and challenges inherent in their life. Ms. Spurlock believes in creating a safe and open space for clients to deepen their awareness of themselves and others.
Ms. Spurlock received her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from California State University of Dominguez Hills, and her Master’s Degree in Clinical Psychology from Antioch University Los Angeles. She also completed Certifications as a Certified Clinical Trauma Professional and Grief Counseling Specialist.
We are a participant in Texas Community Partner Program which is a bridge between Texas Health and Human Services and Texas communities to provide Texans access to food, cash and additional health care assistance. We work closely with individuals to navigate potential benefits that can support their basic life needs.