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Find a Psychiatrist in Dallas

By Marty N. Bennett, M.D. | Posted on November 26, 2021 | Blog

Struggling to find a Dallas psychiatrist for depression treatment? While most people recognize the benefits of medical intervention for mental health challenges, lately it’s been tough to find available psychiatrists in Dallas to assist, resulting in long wait times for treatment.

Scarce Psychiatric Help in a Mental Health Crisis

Several studies have highlighted the role of the COVID-19 pandemic in the decline of mental health in the US. Many people have experienced stress, worry, financial uncertainty, and the loss of loved ones — all of which are traumatic to mental health.

If you’ve felt more stress and negative emotions recently, you’re not alone. The Kaiser Family Foundation (KFF) reports that in June 2020, 13% of adults reported new or increased substance use due to coronavirus-related stress and 11% of adults reported thoughts of suicide.

The New England Medical Journal reported that the COVID-19 pandemic has “alarming implications” for mental health. This is particularly so when there is a scarcity of mental health assistance in certain areas.

Local news reports point to a void in the Dallas-Fort Worth area. Psychiatrists are fully booked as they try to help people deal with the mental health epidemic. Yet, more and more patients need help in the form of psychotherapy and psychiatric medication management.

How Psychiatric Conditions Can Benefit from Both Medication and Psychotherapy

Psychotherapy (or therapy, as it’s popularly called) refers to managing mental health issues by talking with a trained, licensed expert. But sometimes therapy isn’t enough, and just like with other medical issues, it may be time to try medications for your mental health challenges.

Many people are hesitant to use medications or get general psychiatric help for mental illness because of the associated stigma. But mental health is part of your body’s health. Just like you would take an Advil for a headache or medicine for your blood pressure, psychiatric medications can help you manage mental illnesses.

Wondering whether psychiatric care is for you? Treatment can benefit you if you:

  • Need help managing depression
  • Are dealing with feelings of anxiety
  • Have obsessions or compulsive behaviors disrupting your daily life
  • Need help processing past trauma
  • Are dealing with stressful life changes
  • Have considered taking your life

Effective prevention and treatment of mental illness have been shown to positively affect long-term outcomes. Intervention and preventative care can influence the trajectory of issues that can progress and develop over a number of years.

Reliable Psychiatric Care in the Dallas-Fort Worth area

If you live in the Dallas-Fort Worth area and are looking for reliable psychiatric treatment and support, visit us at Preston Hollow Psychiatry Group. We offer psychiatric care for the following mental health needs:

  • Adult Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder
  • Anxiety disorders
  • Bipolar disorder
  • Depressive disorders
  • Male Hypogonadism (LowT)
  • Grief
  • Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
  • Thought Disorders

Preston Hollow Psychiatry Group’s medical director also leads the Center for Advanced Depression Treatments, a leading treatment center offering therapies for treatment-resistant depression, bipolar disorder, and OCD.

We are located along the Dallas North Tollway and provide traditional, patient-centered psychiatric care to the entire Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex. You can call us for an appointment at (469) 484-4260.

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