Barry Mills M.D. completed medical school at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical School in Dallas and psychiatry residency at the UTHSC-San Antonio. He is licensed as a physician and Board Certified in Psychiatry by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology. Dr. Mills has over 20 years of experience including teaching on the faculties at the University of Texas and Harvard Medical Schools. Dr. Mills is happily married to Angela Mills. with three children, several pets and one gorgeous grandchild
Willy Boy is a wise four-year old Jack Russell mix and therapy dog. Willy is tenaciously loving and has driven the Alaska highway in the winter. He had a tough beginning losing an eye as a puppy to his original owner but was rescued and now works at Worth Treatment Center. Willy has a special skill working with trauma patients and he now happily sits and plays with his friends all day at the office, providing endless comfort, affection and love to those in need.
Business Manager: Angela Mills M.Ed. is a graduate of Sul Ross and her Master’s Thesis at Midwestern State was on Differences in Special Education Placement. She has a background as a Special Education Director and a Certified Instructor in Mental Health First Aid Suicide Prevention. She has been a teacher in special populations including resource students, inner city youth and a psychiatric hospital. As an educator for 25 + years she enjoys converting unique challenges into strengths and believes in the importance of family and community support in improving chances of success. Angela enjoys hiking and kayaking, has completed a Tough Mudder endurance run and one day hopes to hike the Pacific
Director of Health Informatics and Psychometrics: Dr. Britain Mills completed his B.S. in Neuroscience at Texas Christian University and received his Ph.D. from Cornell University. With over 40 peer-reviewed publications in the areas of addiction, human judgment, decision-making, and executive function, he has been an invited speaker at professional research conferences on public health, medical decision-making, and developmental psychology. He has substantial experience statistically modeling human psychological and psychopathological phenomena to support patient-centered care and data-driven clinical decision-making.