About Me
Dr. Michael Klaybor
713.470.9878 Ext. 714

Dr. Michael Klaybor

Dr. Michael Klaybor


Individual CBT Therapy

Sports Psychology

Executive Coaching

Anxiety Management

Employee Assistance

Seminars & Training

Dr. Michael Klaybor has been providing professional counseling and consulting services to individuals, families and organizations for more than 30 years. Specializing in cognitive behavioral therapy, his approach is dynamic in addressing and resolving problems of anxiety, depression and marital problems.


In recent years, in addition to his private practice in psychotherapy, he has been doing consulting, training and supervision of psychologists and other mental health professionals internationally. Dr. Klaybor has been working with employee assistance programs, talent management, health and wellness, employee assistance programs, smoking cessation programs and stress management in Moscow, The Balkans, and on Sakhalin Island in Russia. Currently, he has been training professionals in the use of social media for mental health treatment such as blogs, Twitter, Skype and video conferencing with coaching of executives.

Problems Treated:

  • Depression
  • Anxiety & Phobias
  • Performance for Test Anxiety
  • Alcohol & Drug Problems
  • Athletic & Musical Performance Blockages
  • Family & Relationship Problems
  • Smoking Addiction

Training Experience

Dr. Klaybor has worked in hopitals and pain programs for over 25 years. He has run inpatient programs and intensive outpatient program for chronic pain and stress management. He is a long time psychologist for MD Anderson Faculty and University of Texas in their Faculty Assistance Programs (FAP) and UT EAP, doing evaluations and short-term treatment.

He is working with Psychiatric Services of Houston and Center for Psychiatric Medicine as a consultant and subject matter expert on developing and working in six chronic pain treatment centers. Created policies and procedures to obtain CARF Accreditation (Certification in Accreditation for Rehabilitation Facilities) in all six.

He recently worked with Memorial Hermann Prevention and Recovery Center (PaRC) consultant to design an inpatient program. He Trained staff, developed outcomes protocols and procedures, did orientation for nurses, admissions, clinical staff and medical staff or a four-year period, while also participating in clinical care of patients.