Cloyce Barton, III
Cloyce "Joe" Barton, III specializes in cognitive behavioral therapy, individual assessments and physician consultation and collaboration. During his graduate training at West Texas A&M University, while earning his M.A. Degree in psychology, Mr. Barton completed his thesis on the prediction of adolescent suicide. He also completed a lengthy clinical practicum at Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center (TTUHSC) where he was thereafter offered a faculty position which he retains to this day, providing a range of clinical services to children, adolescents and adults. Mr. Barton also serves this community within the framework of his private practice, Barton Behavioral Health Solutions, PLLC. Additionally he enjoys teaching medical students and residents and works closely with physicians, completing pre surgical evaluations for elective surgeries, including bariatric surgery and spinal cord stimulators. Mr. Barton is highly focused on empirically supported treatment methods, objective evaluations utilizing reliable and valid measures, and providing psycho-education to his clients, the physicians he works with and other professionals. He is a frequent speaker on topics related to at-risk and underprivileged youth and has made several local television and media appearances.