Thank you for choosing The Woodlands Psychiatry and Counseling. We welcome you as a New Patient to our medical practice. We are proud to offer our patients quality care in our Woodlands location. We are delighted to serve our patients living in The Woodlands, North Houston, Tomball and surrounding communities.
At The Woodlands Psychiatry and Counseling, we understand that your time is valuable and are pleased to provide an easy method for you to complete the New Patient Forms for your visit. Simply click the following link to fill the forms online or download the PDF forms version:
New Patient Forms [Fill Online]
New Patient Forms [Adobe PDF, 994Kb]
When you are finished completing the forms, we would appreciate you sending the forms back to the practice by either email or fax. Our email address is Info@thewoodlandspsychiatry.com and our fax number is (281) 383-9386.
Receiving your completed forms prior to your appointment date helps us make your appointment go smoothly. We will verify your insurance eligibility, benefits available with your plan and will be prepared to answer questions on how your coverage works and address any health concerns when you come in for your visit. We will also require a picture ID, your current insurance card(s), a form of payment and a current medication list.
If you have any questions while completing our forms or are having trouble finding the necessary information needed, please feel free to call or email for our assistance. We can be reached at (281) 383-9366 for any questions you have or you may email your questions to Info@thewoodlandspsychiatry.com.
We recommend that you arrive 20 minutes prior to your scheduled appointment time. We look forward to attending to your medical needs and giving you the quality care you are in need of.
Additional Mental Health Education and Resources
National Association of Mental Illness
Description: The National Association of Mental Illness is the largest nationwide mental health advocacy grassroots organization with hundreds of state organizations, affiliates and volunteers. It is a hub for support groups, free education, raising awareness and building community.
Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders
Description: The website of the current edition of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-5) provides complementary information to its print edition about the classification, assessment, symptoms and treatment of mental disorders.
Mental Health America
Description: Mental Health America is a community-based network with 240 nationwide affiliates that provide services such as counseling referrals, support and finding housing for the homeless.
National Council for Behavioral Health
Description: The National Council for Behavioral Health is a collective of more than 2,000 member mental health and substance abuse treatment organizations. The National Council is known for creating Mental Health First Aid, a public education initiative consisting of an eight-hour course that provides participants with a crash course in understanding mental illness risk factors, impacts and treatments. It is aimed at increasing early detection and intervention.
“Y’all were absolutely amazing and what all of you are doing for people who are struggling is just hands down the best thing ever…. I’m so thankful I got to experience going there and finally got the help I needed. I felt like I was surrounded by family up there, everyone was so nice and caring. Y’all are truly heroes.”
Please call (281) 383-9366 today for more information.