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Fulshear Treatment to Transition

10514 Oberrender Road, Needville, Texas, 77461
Fulshear Ranch Academy is a proud member of the InnerChange family of treatment programs. InnerChange is the only multi-program behavioral-health company dedicated exclusively to the treatment of adolescent girls and young women. We enjoy a rich collaborative environment in which all member programs research and apply the most clinically sophisticated, effective treatment approaches available.

Facility Highlights

  • Equine Therapy
  • Family Therapy
  • Individual and Group Therapy


  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)

    Because cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) is an efficient short-term therapy with self-help applications, it's an effective approach to use with emerging adults.
  • Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT)

    Dialectical behavioral therapy (DBT) is a synthesis of several treatment modalities, including cognitive-behavioral therapy, mindfulness exercises, talking therapy, and psycho-educational skill building. This synthesis of approaches is highly effective in addressing borderline personality disorder and other issues.

Facility Settings

  • Private/Secluded

Meet the Staff

  • Gayle Jensen-Savoie, Ph.D., LPC, LMFT, LCDC
    Gayle Jensen-Savoie, Ph.D., LPC, LMFT, LCDCExecutive Director
    Gayle received her Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology with a Minor in Women's Studies from Southern Methodist University. Her Master of Arts degree is in Clinical and Counseling Psychology, and her Doctorate is in General Psychology. Gayle comes to Fulshear with over 20 years experience in the hospital and behavioral health care industries. Most recently, Gayle was the Director of Behavioral Medicine at the Seay Behavioral Health Center/Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital of Plano, Texas. Prior to this she was Director of Mental Health Services at Baylor Richardson Medical Center and served as Clinical Director for Baylor-Parkside Lodge.
  • Kevin Randall, LMFT
    Kevin Randall, LMFTClinical Director
    Kevin earned his Master of Science degree in Marriage and Family Therapy at the University of Nebraska. Over the past decade Kevin has worked with clients in outpatient mental health, residential treatment, and in the homes of families as they transitioned from treatment back to their home. Kevin has worked with a broad range of clients experiencing issues related to personality disorders, mood disorders, trauma, eating disorders, and family relationship issues. Kevin is especially passionate about the work that can be done with an entire family in creating permanent, positive change. Kevin has been trained in Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT). Most recently Kevin has worked at New Haven RTC, a sister program to Fulshear.

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Patient Reviews

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  • 2.2
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  • 2.5
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  • 2
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Fulshear is the worst place that exists. I came out of there being so much more worse and have more trauma to work to do. They’ve made me feel like I would never get better when they were the ones to put trust in. PLEASE DO YOURSELF A FAVOR AND DO NOT GO THERE
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This place SUCKKKKKS They don’t know how to help people
    I was proud to work at a Fulshear. I wanted to be part of a team we’re ever was giving quality care. It was a terrible experience. I was not prepared for mental health. I struggled for 6 months but I wanted this so bad. Some of the girls were in crisis and it was to much for me. I didn’t realize that it would be so triggering for me. They are under staffed and expect mentors to handle cutting and suicide attempts. I found a Christian Therapist to help me threw the trauma I experience while working their. I wouldn’t want to say anything bad about Fulshear because the staff are great, but they don’t debrief with you after a traumatic event happens. I was expecting to deal with it. It was not a good fit for me. I am great full for the opportunity to work with some brave young ladies and hope they were touched in some small way that gives them comfort.
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    Not worth your time and money. Horrible atmosphere. Staffers are condescending and treat you like a child, while at the same time saying that you are an adult. This place is very unprofessional and very unconcerned about the individual. There is a whole lot of inconsistency, lack of communication, manipulation, and they are not open to listen to clients. They use being sent back to the Ranch as a punishment and fear when you are in their Apartment phase. At the ranch, you will find mice and roach filled cottages and a main house in the back that is sometimes home to possums. The horses aren't being taken care of, nor are they trained to be ridden, except for one or two of them. They also don't have a trained Equine Therapist, so the Equine Assisted Psychotherapy (EAP) is led by a some lady that just knows about horses and gets her EAP "techniques" from a binder in her office, and it's usually the same four or five lessons. Most girls sleep all day and don't attended what they call programming, and there are no consequences because the program thinks that not addressing your issues is more than enough. So if you want to waste your money on your daughter sleeping a whole lot and not getting the help they need, then this is the perfect program for you. I've seen many girls walk off and prefer to go to prison than be here, some girls have been court-ordered into this program. But I also have seen so many more girls leave the program without permission from the program, and they have been doing very well. The program are more concerned about their appearance to the public.