You will be contacted regarding scheduling an appointment and completing intake forms. Additional documents and records might be requested to understand more about you and/or your previous treatment.
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Upon review of your screening questionnaire and determining if we are a good fit, you will be invited to create a profile in the Patient Portal.
The first step is to request a consultation with us. Next, you will be asked to input demographic information and complete a brief screening questionnaire.
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Getting Started On Your Journey
Our services include comprehensive psychiatric evaluations and medication management visits with psychotherapy. We believe in the healing power of connection and seek to meet children, young adults, and families where they are.
how we can help
For children under age 18
Whether you’re a parent of a young child grappling with behavioral or attentional difficulties, a teenager who’s falling behind academically or struggling with issues like anxiety or depression, we offer comprehensive psychiatric evaluations for any family member.
Appointments may include:
Medication management appointments involve follow up with the psychiatrist regarding response to medication and include brief therapeutic interventions, such as elements of cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), family therapy, behavior modification strategies, etc.
The psychiatrist will then develop a formulation/assessment and provide guidance about treatment recommendations which might include medication, psychotherapy, or a combination of both. The psychiatrist will work in collaboration with the patient and family (and other providers, where necessary) to develop an evidence-based treatment plan.
This psychiatric evaluation includes:
A comprehensive psychiatric evaluation involves obtaining a detailed history from the child and parent(s)/guardian(s), developing an assessment, goals, and providing treatment recommendations. With parental permission, the psychiatrist might request collateral information from the child’s school, pediatrician or treating physician(s), or other relatives.
Young Adult psychiatric services include comprehensive evaluations and treatment for ages 18-25. Conditions treated include depression, anxiety, PTSD, ADHD, and other psychiatric disorders. Click below to learn more about our offerings.
*Visit duration is based upon severity of symptoms and complexity of case
Appointments may include:
Medication management appointments involve follow up with the psychiatrist regarding response to medication and include brief therapeutic interventions, such as elements of cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), dialectical behavior therapy (DBT), etc.
The psychiatrist will then develop a formulation/assessment and provide guidance about treatment recommendations which might include medication, psychotherapy, or a combination of both. The psychiatrist will work in collaboration with the patient and other providers, where necessary, to develop goals for treatment and provide evidence-based treatment recommendations.
THE ASSESSMENT MIGHT ALSO INCLUDE:
A comprehensive psychiatric evaluation for young adults includes obtaining a detailed history of presenting problem(s), past psychiatric and medical history, gathering information about your social and support network, and strengths.
NeuMinds Behavioral Healthcare is now accepting patients with United Healthcare/Optum Behavioral Health, Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Texas, Cigna/Evernorth Behavioral Health, and private pay clients. Credentialing with other networks is pending and will be updated accordingly. If the psychiatrist is out-of-network with your insurance carrier, you may elect to pay out of pocket/self pay rates for services. In this case, you can request a "super bill" that can be submitted to your insurance company for potential out-of-network reimbursement, if eligible.
Yes. But these are exceptions, not the rule. The appropriateness of telehealth visits will be at the doctor’s discretion.