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ADHD Psychiatrists in Dallas County
Attention Deficit, ADD

“I'm a child, adolescent, and adult psychiatrist specializing in evaluating and treating complex mental health issues for individuals aged 4 through adulthood. I believe the best way to effect change for children and adolescents is through working as a team with the important people in their lives: their families, schools, and other mental health professionals. To this end I tailor treatments to each individual patient, working together to determine which treatment modality fits the patient's needs. The best fit can mean counseling, CBT and/or psychodynamic, family education and support, and/or medications.
ADHD
(469) 789-1071
Dallas, Texas 75230
Richard Yentis, Psychiatrist  in Dallas
“Having been in practice for 40 years seeing children, adolescents and adults, I have a wide grasp of the psychotherapeutic techniques used throughout the years, including cognitive behavioral therapy, transactual analysis and psychodynamics psychotherapy. I also have experience in past life regression. Over the past 2 years, I have used various medications, including Suboxone, to help with opioid (e.g. Vicodin) addiction, and other medications useful with other addictions, including alcholism. I am not in any insurance plans, but I do tell people: in this part of the country, most psychiatrists only do medication management, whereas I do mostly counseling.
ADHD
(817) 601-7434
Office is near:
Dallas, Texas 75201
Sonia Pillai, Psychiatric Nurse  in Garland
“Do you have concerns regarding your child's behavioral health? Have you noticed your child having more and more difficulty with starting and finishing their school work? Are you worried about your child's ability to learn and to grasp new ideas because of their behavior? Are teachers having more and more trouble with your child's behavior or hyperactivity in school, but you are too afraid of medication? Set up an appointment for an assessment today so that you can begin to consider the reasons for your child's struggles and discuss a list of solutions to improve their learning and behavior.
ADHD
(972) 954-1653
Office is near:
Garland, Texas 75040
Ashley Dix, Psychiatric Nurse  in Dallas
Verified by Psychology Today
Psychiatric Nurse, MSN, APRN, PMHNP
“I am trained and licensed to treat psychiatric and mental health issues across the lifespan (both children and adults). I especially enjoy treating depression, anxiety and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, although I also welcome patients with bipolar disorders, personality disorders, and other disorders of childhood such as defiance, tics and OCD. I believe that medication is only a part of the treatment picture, and I work closely with my clients and their therapists to develop a treatment plan best suited to their lives and resources.
ADHD
(972) 885-3737
Office is near:
Dallas, Texas 75206
Antonio Roman, Psychiatrist  in Dallas
“Dr. Antonio Roman an Adult and Geriatric Psychiatrist has served the Dallas, Texas community since 1998. Dr. Roman's scope of practice includes Depression, Bipolar Disorder, Panic Disorder, Social Anxiety Disorder, Generalized Anxiety Disorder, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, Adult Attention Deficit Disorder, Alzheimer's Disease and Psychiatric Complications of Dementia. Dr. Roman's treatment modality includes psychotropic medication and supportive psychotherapy. Dr. Roman's therapeutic style combines compassion, encouragement and humor.
ADHD
(469) 530-3938
Dallas, Texas 75206
Paul D Meier, Psychiatrist  in Richardson
“I treat clients of all ages for all types of difficulties, from personal coaching to psychotic depression or bipolar disorder. I specialize in medication management.
ADHD
(888) 725-4642
Richardson, Texas 75082
Laura Beard, Psychiatrist  in Dallas
“Your psychiatric care should do more than alleviate your symptoms. It should guide you toward a greater sense of clarity and peace of mind than you had before you decided to see a psychiatrist. Dr. Beard offers expertise in both psychotherapy and medication management, according to each individual's needs and preferences.
ADHD
(214) 691-9090
Dallas, Texas 75231
Gwen Shipe, Psychiatrist  in Dallas
“My treatment focus is that of prevention and wellness. If you are on a medication regimen that does not seem to be working and have tried and failed other medications in the past, I will likely recommend we perform a cheek swab in the office to determine how your liver metabolizes medication to prevent 'trying' another medication blindly. I will often recommend laboratory testing to rule out an organic etiology for your emotional instability. I appreciate and agree with your cautious approach toward pharmacological intervention, especially for your child, and am comfortable in my role as diagnostician, consultant, advisor and educator.
ADHD
(972) 441-5967
Dallas, Texas 75225
“I am a psychiatrist and psychotherapist who provides a warm and responsive atmosphere for personal evaluation and growth. I am able to combine a strong medical background with years of experience as a psychotherapist. Along with my own individual patients I also work in collaboration with local therapists and their clients who may benefit from medication use.
ADHD
(214) 919-8199
Dallas, Texas 75219
Madeline W Harford, Psychiatrist  in Dallas
“I am a psychiatrist who uses a biopsychosocial model for understanding problems of the mind. Human beings are complex individuals with a specific constitutional makeup, a unique developmental history, and often a varied social environment. All of these factors are important to assess and understand when you are suffering. If you feel that you need a complete evaluation of your mental state that includes examining all of those factors, then I can help. If you want to be sure and rule out other underlying medical illnesses, I can also help.
ADHD
(214) 843-0932
Dallas, Texas 75231
“With my experience as clinician and teacher at the internationally-recognized Menninger Clinic and training in psychoanalytic psychotherapy, I have special expertise in working with adults who are struggling to change paralyzing, painful or self-defeating patterns of experience, including depression, anxiety, relationship or work problems, low self-esteem and failure to achieve potential. My approach is based on a nonjudgmental and respectful manner and strong focus on establishing trust and feelings of safety within the treatment as we work toward your goals together. Many of my patients are on no medication and have improved their life experience in a lasting way through psychotherapy.
ADHD
(214) 945-3710
Dallas, Texas 75230
Texas Psychiatry Associates, Psychiatrist  in Dallas
“I specialize in treating children from ages 5 years and above with ADHD and disruptive behaviors.
ADHD
(817) 330-8032
Office is near:
Dallas, Texas 75201
PrivyOasis, LLC, Psychiatric Nurse  in Irving
“ACCEPTING NEW PATIENTS!!! Taaka Cash DNP, MPH, MSN, RN, FPMHNP-BC is certified through the American Nursing Credentialing Center as an Advanced Practice Registered Nurse (APRN) in Child, Adolescent, and Adult Psychiatry with prescriptive authority. She is committed to offering a quality selection of mental health services to private clients, licensed clinics, schools, organizations, and medical professionals that incorporate all of their treatment and service needs. We continuously conduct research to bring you innovative services that deliver exceptional results and maximize health and wellness benefits.
ADHD
(817) 488-7771
Office is near:
Irving, Texas 75063
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Tamella Trulson, Psychiatrist  in Richardson
“I have been in practice since 1995 and my focus is diagnostic assessment and medication treatment. I seek to integrate the biological, psychological, social, and spiritual aspects of mental health in my work with adults who deal with issues of depression and anxiety as well as other concerns. Often a brief course of medication treatment is all that is needed. I frequently collaborate with a patient's counselor as well to enhance the quality and comprehensiveness of care.
(888) 725-4642
Richardson, Texas 75082
Ronald Fleischmann, Psychiatrist  in Dallas
“Treatment should be individualized according to a patient's problems and special needs. That may include therapy with or without medication
(469) 200-4657
Dallas, Texas 75225
“My focus is patient centered with emphasis on understanding the conflicted struggles of the patient that lead to anxiety, depression, and unhappy living. I can prescribe medications when necessary, but the main emphasis is on talking and understanding--and eventually resolving unhappiness through that means alone. Psychotherapy requires time to be effective, and as a result I generally see people for an extended period of time with a frequency of once a week to more frequent meetings a week.
(469) 919-5981
Dallas, Texas 75231
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ADHD (Attention Deficit, ADD) Psychiatrists
Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADD/ADHD) is a neurobehavioral disorder characterized by a combination of inattentiveness, distractibility, hyperactivity, and impulsive behavior.

AD/HD appears early in life. Boys are diagnosed more often than girls. Untreated AD/HD has been shown to have long-term adverse affects on academic performance, vocational success, and social-emotional development. AD/HD children have difficulty sitting still and paying attention in class and do not do well at school, even when they have normal or above-normal intelligence. They engage in a broad array of disruptive behaviors and experience peer rejection.

If you're looking for help with ADHD in Dallas County or for a Dallas County ADHD Psychiatrist these professionals provide adhd help, and help for adhd Psychiatry in Dallas County, adhd counseling, adhd treatment and therapy for attention deficit hyper-activity disorder. They include ADHD Psychiatrists, ADHD psychologists, ADHD psychotherapists and ADHD counselors. Psychiatrists can help with adhd in children, Dallas County adult adhd, add adhd, and adha both for adhd and with adhd.

This term is frequently referred to as ADD (attention deficit disorder) or ADD/ADHD. So if you're looking for help with ADD in Dallas County or for a Dallas County ADD Psychiatrist these professionals provide add help and help for add Psychiatry in Dallas County, add counseling, add treatment and therapy for attention deficit disorder. They include ADD Psychiatrists, ADD psychologists, ADD psychotherapists and ADD counselors. Psychiatrists can help with add in children, adult add.

Note: 'Hyper-activity' is sometimes spelled as 'hyperactivity' or 'hyper activity'.

About Psychiatrists, meds and Psychiatric Nurses.

A Psychiatrist in Dallas County is a qualified medical doctor who specializes in treating mental health issues and diagnosable disorders.

Dallas County Psychiatrists differ from other mental health professionals in that they may prescribe medication or psychotropics. Psychiatrists may conduct physical examinations, order and interpret lab tests and brain image scans, such as CT scans, CAT Scans and MRIs.

Some psychiatric practitioners in Dallas County specialize in age groups (so check for Dallas County child psychiatrists or adolescent psychiatrists in Dallas County). Those who work with the elderly are called geriatric psychiatrists or geropsychiatrists.

Other related specialties include psychopharmacology (certain states license Psychopharmacologists), psychiatric genetics and neuroimaging.

Psychiatric nurses in Dallas County, or mental health nurses, specialize in nursing care for people with mental illness or mental distress. Dallas County Psychiatric nurses receive training in psychological therapies (such as CBT), building therapeutic alliance with clients and dealing with challenging behavior. Importantly, they are trained to administer psychiatric medication (or 'psychiatric meds') and, in very limited ways, to prescribe meds.

Nurses monitor for side effects and responses to medical treatments and offer information on meds so that clients can make informed choices about their use.