Keller Psychological Associates, PA, was a corporation of “two psychologists offering testing, therapy, and other mental health related services to the Keller and Southlake areas” in Texas, according to the website, www.kellerpsych.com. However, when Dr. Ray’s partner closed his office, Ray was left to carry on the practice alone.
According to the site, Ray, who is a clinical psychologist, offers his services with five years of graduate training in psychology. His background includes stints at the Children’s Medical Center in Tulsa, Oklahoma, and a fellowship in pediatric neuropsychology at the University of Miami Medical School.
Ray specializes in neuropsychological testing, individual therapy, parent training, and behavior management. A full list of services he offers is on his website.
Because of the recent change within his business, Ray needed his own office to work in. He found an office, went to the bank for a loan, and then learned about nonprofit microlender, Accion Texas Inc. Once he applied and was approved, Ray used the loan to cover remodeling costs and other business expenses which will help reduce debt.
Ray says the absence of a loan could have resulted in suspension of his practice.
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