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Dr. Araceli Casso M.D., Adolescent Psychiatrist

Dr. Araceli Casso M.D.

Adolescent Psychiatrist | Child & Adolescent Psychiatry

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17555 El Camino Real Houston TX, 77058
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3/5

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Dr. Araceli Casso practices Child & Adolescent Psychiatry in Houston, TX. Dr. Casso evaluates patients throughout childhood and adolescence using many different procedures, in order to determine what treatments must be carried out in order to properly assess their symptoms. Child & Adolescent Psychiatrists are trained and certified to administer psychotherapy, medication, and many other means of treatment. Dr. Casso seeks to improve each patients quality of life.

Board Certification

Psychiatry and Neurology American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology ABPN

Provider Details

Female English 25 years of experience

Residency

  • Baylor Coll Of Med, Child & Adolescent Psychiatry; Baylor Coll Of Med, Psychiatry

Accepted Insurance

Dr. Araceli Casso M.D.'s Practice location

Practice At 17555 El Camino Real

17555 El Camino Real -
Houston, TX 77058
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New patients: 281-480-7554, 281-480-7554
Fax: 281-480-4641, 281-480-4641

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