A Cuban-American born and raised in Miami, Florida, Dr. Yamilee Nápoles is a bilingual Licensed Psychologist in the State of Texas who obtained her doctorate from the University of Indianapolis. She completed her post-doctoral fellowship at a neuropsychological private practice. Throughout her career, Dr. Nápoles has cultivated a range of professional experiences, including conducting individual and family therapy in outpatient and in-home settings with adolescents and adults, leading group therapy in a partial hospitalization program for adolescents, teaching psychology courses at a community college, and providing assessment  services in a juvenile detention center, a residential center, and a community  mental health agency. 

Dr. Nápoles is currently available for individual therapy, in English or in Spanish, with adolescents and adults who are struggling with major depressive disorder,  generalized and social anxiety, obsessive compulsive disorder, post-traumatic  stress disorder, relationship conflict, or family dynamics. As an ally and a member of the LGBTQ community, Dr. Nápoles also works hard to provide clients who identify as LGBTQ a safe space to explore their concerns, which may range from
identity and sexuality to intimacy and social connection. Dr. Nápoles is also offering psychological evaluations to assess for intellectual or learning disabilities, ADHD, personality disorders, and substance use disorders.  The purpose of these evaluations are to provide the client a blueprint for navigating obstacles and achieving long-term mental health goals.