Meet Our Doctor
Marco A. Reñazco, M.D. is Board Certified by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology. Dr. Reñazco obtained his medical degree at Texas A&M University Medical School in 1997 and completed his psychiatry residency at Brown University in 2001 where he became Chief Resident.
He then practiced in Fort Worth, Texas as the medical director of the psychiatric inpatient unit for the county hospital. Once moving back to Houston, Dr. Reñazco opened his practice in Katy where he has been treating patients and their families in a private office setting since 2005.
Dr. Reñazco is also fluent in Spanish. He welcomes the opportunity to meet with you and explore the many options available in an effort to resolve the mental and behavioral health issues affecting your life.
- Houston Psychiatric Society
- Harris County Medical Society
- Texas Medical Association
Meet Our Therapist
Plamondon is a Licensed Professional Counselor and has 15 years of
direct clinical experience in non-profit and various clinical settings. Ms.
Plamondon has specialized clinical training in trauma-focused cognitive
behavioral therapy (TF-CBT), and CBT for anxiety disorders and
treatment-resistant depression. She also has experience in working
with survivors of domestic violence, alcohol and drug addictions,
children and adolescents, as well as crisis intervention and
management. Her approach is bi-cultural and bi-lingual as she is fluent
in English and Spanish. She strives to maintain a culturally sensitive
and competent therapeutic relationship with her patients at all times.
Plamondon received her bachelor's degree at the University of St.
Thomas and her Masters in Clinical Psychology at Houston Baptist
University. She then completed her internship and practicum at The
Menninger Clinic where she subsequently joined their staff for five
years. Before joining Katy Psychiatry, she was an Assessment and
Referral Specialist at the University of Texas Health Science Center.
Plamondon has had the opportunity to present research projects at local
and national conferences. She also raises awareness in normalizing the
use of mental health resources.