The Lovett Center is an outpatient mental health therapy practice where our team of over 25 specialized clinicians helps clients achieve long-term healing, whether they are experiencing challenges related to emotions, moods, relationships or substance use.


In 2014, founders Will Davis and Robert Hilliker had the idea to provide centrally-located office spaces and administrative support tailored specifically to therapists’ needs. Soon after, they opened The Lovett Center, and it immediately became clear that having 20+ therapists under one roof with different specialties naturally led to collaboration. The duo switched gears, converting The Lovett Center into a place where therapists collaborate to serve individual patients, both through traditional therapy and a proprietary Intensive Outpatient Program.

Today, The Lovett Center has served over 7,000 individuals and prides itself in encouraging connection, support, and continued education amongst community members and therapists alike.


The Lovett Center’s proprietary Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) is an eight-week program designed for professionals and young adults (ages 18-25) who are experiencing considerable distress, anxiety, depression, interpersonal struggles and/or substance use issues.


Primarily consisting of small-by-design group therapy supplemented by individual therapy and family or couples therapy, our program uses a holistic, psychodynamic approach, focusing on clients’ emotions, perspectives and life experiences rather than just treating symptoms. The IOP is divided into treatment tracks specific to a client’s needs and stage of life. It allows clients to continue with their normal work and academic activities, and its structured curriculum can be an effective alternative to hospitalization. 

Beyond the eight weeks, we offer continued options for ongoing care to facilitate long-term healing. Our IOP can also serve as an aftercare program following residential treatment


Through traditional individual, couples and family therapy, The Lovett Center clinicians help clients with:

  • Anxiety, personality and emotional disorders 
  • Substance use, abuse and co-occurring disorders 
  • Coping skills and self-care 
  • Stress reduction 
  • Life transitions 

Both in-person and telehealth appointments are available.


The Lovett Center hosts dozens of community support groups on a monthly basis, many of which are free and open to the public.

The Lovett Center

900 Lovett Blvd. Houston, TX 77006
(713) 470-9878

Contact us:

CALL: 1-844-54-ETHOS (38467)