Deborah Stote, Ph.D.
Deborah Stote, Ph.D. 

Licensed Professional Psychologist

Training and expertise are critical for good cinical outcomes.

Dr. Deborah Stote

Clinical Psychologist


Place of study

University of California at Los Angeles



Texas License # 32811

California License PSY 21182








Neurobiology of addiction and emotional memories; behavioral treatment of anxiety disorders; diagnosis and treatment of substance abuse and dependence; diagnosis and treatment of process addictions (CSAT); treatment of chronic stress and burnout; cognitive behavioral therapy for insomnia, couples counseling.




B.A. in Psychology, UCLA


M.A. in Psychology, UCLA


Doctor of Philosophy in Psychology, UCLA


2001 - 2004

Post-Doctoral Fellow and Clinical Intern

Semel Institute for Neuroscience & Human Behavior, UCLA




Consultant, Austin Recovery Residential Treatment for SUD, Austin, Texas

Consultant, Promises Austin Residential Treatment for Dual-Diagnosis, Spicewood, TX

Faculty, Department of Psychology, University of California, Los Angeles

Faculty, Department of Psychology, University of Texas, Austin 


Society/Professional Memberships:
Society for Neuroscience
American Psychological Association
Association for Psychological Science
Pavlovian Society




Contact and Appointments



(512) 709-4294



4413 Spicewood Springs Road

Suite 206

Austin, TX 78759


FAX:  512-957-1383


Office Hours

Monday through Friday, 9am-5pm

After hours by appointment


Also, please note there is a list of emergency service organizations and contact numbers under the "Information for Patients" link at the top of this page.

Convenient Location

Avoid the hassle of downtown traffic and parking.  We have a very convenient office location just 15 minutes North of downtown, with easy access to Mopac, 360, and 183--and parking is shaded, plentiful, and free!  Please see the "Location" link at the top of this page.

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