Deborah Stote, Ph.D. Licensed Clinical Psychologist
Deborah Stote, Ph.D.Licensed Clinical Psychologist

How to Get to Our Practice

From Intersection of Hwy. 183 No. and Capital of Texas Hwy (360):

Take Capital of Texas Hwy, AKA Loop 360, heading south from 183.   Make a left at the 2nd light which is Spicewood Springs Rd.  Drive up the hill until it crests, and look to your right for a limestone sign on the front lawn indicating "Stillhouse Canyon Office Park," with the address 4807; you will see several white limestone buildings with red brick trim.  Turn right and continue into the parking lot; we are in Building 2 which is just to your right as you enter the park.  When you enter Building 2, turn right in the lobby and continue to the end of the hallway.  We are the last office suite on the right.  We are in Suite 270.


From Loop 360 South:

Drive north past FM 2222; take a right at the second Spicewood Springs Rd. and follow the directions above.


From South Mopac:

Go north on MoPac and take the Spicewood Springs Rd. exit.  Turn left at the overpass and head West on Spicewood Springs for about a mile and a half.  Stillhouse Canyon Office Park will be on your left just past Mesa.  See instructions above for locating our office after you enter the complex.



(512) 709-4294



Stillhouse Canyon Office Park

4807 Spicewood Springs Road

Building 2, Suite 270

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.

Contact and Appointments

Convenient Office 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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