Celeste Conlon PhD

4501 Cartwright Road
Suite 103
Missouri City, Texas 77459
ADA Accessible
Narrative of Services:

Dr. Conlon has provided psychological services for more than 25 years for all ages. The majority of her clients struggle with anxiety, depression or behavior difficulties. Most of her clients are adults or older adolescents but she accepts younger clients on a case-by-case basis. Dr. Conlon is an experienced behavior analyst, and when needed, develops interventions across settings for difficulties such as social anxiety, social skills deficits, school refusal, work refusal, agoraphobia, panic attacks, and executive functioning issues. About 30% of her practice is devoted to OCD and/or related disorders.

Training Description:

Dr. Conlon trained in behavioral assessment, intervention during her Ph.D. program at The University of Texas at Austin (1991). Treated behaviors (including OCD) in schools for 20 years. She received advanced training at the Beck Institute for Cognitive Behavior Therapy in Philadelphia (2014); subsequently participated in the individual supervision program. She completed advanced training through the Behavior Therapy Training Institute (2015); with follow-up supervision from a member of the IOCDF’s Scientific and Clinical Advisory Board. Dr. Conlon serves on the Board of the National Social Anxiety Center. Member of IOCDF, APA, Texas Psychological Association, Anxiety and Depression Association of America.

Diversity Statement:

For more than 30 years I have lived and worked in Fort Bend County, Texas, which is the most diverse county in the nation. My clients come from all over the world, from almost all economic backgrounds, and rural, suburban, and urban settings. I am privileged and delighted to work and live around individuals from most ethnic, racial, religious, and gender groups.

In addition to the enriching experiences from my environment, I attend diversity training annually.