Informational Flyer_Lavelda Naylor

I studied marriage and family therapy at St. Mary’s University in Texas and am now an LMFTA practicing in the San Antonio area. My private practice is called  The Key Counseling Services of SA. This is a reference to what I believe in as a therapist; I believe clients hold the answer -the key- to unlocking their lives and that it is my job to help them find the one needed key that has become obscured by some many others. 

I approach therapy and scientific research as opportunities to better understand the human condition. In treatment, I practice Satir Model Family Therapy and Integrative Therapy.  My areas of specialty are anxiety and mood disorders, ADHD, self esteem, and couples and family communication skills. In my research, I often focus on understanding some aspect of cognitive activity. 

I am currently taking new clients and work on a sliding scale, no insurance basis. If you are interested in my services, please contact me.

The Key Counseling Services of SA


Phone: 210.460.0442

Client forms and scheduling: Client Portal 

Address: 4230 Gardendale  Suite 502, San Antonio, TX 78229





Pillow, D., Naylor, L., & Malone, G. (2012).  Beliefs Regarding Stimulant Medication Effects  Among College Students with a History of Past or Current Usage. Journal of Attention Disorder, DOI:10.1177/1087054712459755

Naylor, L., Stanley, E., & Wicha, N. (2012). Cognitive and neural correlates of the bilingual Stroop effect: Evidence from behavior and event-related potentials. Frontiers in Cognition,3, 81.  doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2012.00081

David R. Pillow, Glenn P. Malone, Lavelda Bradley, & Cristina Cadena (2010). Beliefs Regarding Stimulant Medication Effects Predict Patterns of Use in college Students. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the Association for Psychological Science, Boston, MA.

Bradley, L., Stanely, E., & Wicha, N. Y.Y. (2009). De Colores: An ERP study of cross-language interference using a bilingual color-Stroop task. Presented at the annual meeting of the Cognitive Neuroscience Society, San Francisco, CA.

Bradley, L. & Pillow, D. (2009). Predicting Stimulant Medication Use in College Students with AD/HD. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the Southwestern Psychological Association, San Antonio, TX.

Bradley, L. & Pillow, D. (2008).  Applying the Theory of Planned Behavior to ADHD Medication Endpoints. Poster presented at the Spring Research Conference of the College of Liberal and Fine Arts, the University of Texas at San Antonio, San Antonio, TX. Awarded 3rd Place research prize.

Bradley, L. & Pillow, D. (2008).  Investigating AD/HD Medication Endpoints. Slide presentation at the 22cd annual meeting of the National Conference on Undergraduate Research, Salisbury, MA.



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