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Priscilla Layman, PsyD

Priscilla Layman, PsyD


Licensed in TX #38620
While therapy can be intimidating, uncomfortable, and uncertain at times, I look forward to accompanying you in the process.

My Therapy Style

I am a licensed psychologist in the state of Texas with over seven years of clinical experience. I've worked with children, adolescents, adults, veterans, older adults, college students, couples, and parents. I entered psychology due to a passion for seeing people gain a deeper understanding of and empathy for themselves and those they love. I’d love the chance to partner with you in moving your relationships towards flourishing. Whether it’s your relationship with yourself or a significant other, friend, child, or parent, I’m here to help.

I believe that all individuals exist within the context of their most important relationships. So no matter what concern might bring people to therapy, exploring one’s thoughts, feelings, beliefs, and experiences in relationships will be critical to growth and thriving. I use evidence-based therapies to help you take a breath, learn to listen (to yourself and others), identify what you most value and why, and take steps to align your life and behavior with those values. While therapy can be intimidating, uncomfortable, and uncertain at times, I look forward to accompanying you in the process.

Education & Training

PsyD - Clinical Psychology, Baylor University

Get to Know Me

Why did you become a mental health professional?

To help others deepen and nurture their relationships, whether with themselves, with family, or with friends.

What are your interests outside of work?

Exploring the outdoors, crafts (cross-stitching, sewing), training my dog, and playing video games with my spouse

What is one thing you do daily that supports your well-being?

Daily walks, discuss my passions and interests with my spouse and close friends, listen to music.

What book have you read more than once?

So many! I re-read books for comfort and pleasure.

Favorite organization/non-profit?

San Antonio Food Bank, supports local families in meeting their basic needs and finding ways back to financial wellbeing.

How do you recharge?

Long walks and hikes with my family, reading a good book.

Do you have any pets?

My dog's name is Pepper. She is a border collie mix and loves to run FAST. But my first dog was a cocker spaniel named Eve, and even though she was blind, she got around wonderfully with her incredible sense of smell. One Thanksgiving, she even found my mother-in-law's canned ham under one of the beds and had nearly gotten the lid chewed open before we found her!