Get Help For yourself.
Whether you are experiencing anxiety, depression, or thinking about suicide at The Woodlands Psychiatry and Counseling, we understand that the pain you feel is deep, you may feel raw, and your feelings can be complicated. We are glad that you found us and we want to help you remain safe and find hope - now and for the future.
It takes courage to get help for yourself. Our team of professional, compassionate and experienced staff wants to support you on your journey towards healing, wellness, and recovery.
Get Help for Someone Else.
It can be scary trying to get help for a friend or loved one with mental health challenges – ranging from depression to self-harm, to thinking about suicide. Let us help. If someone you know has any warning signs, we encourage you to call us and speak to a caring professional who can help guide your friend or loved one into appropriate care.
How to be helpful to someone who needs mental health care:
- Be direct. Talk openly and matter-of-factly.
- Be willing to listen. Allow and accept any expression of feelings.
- Be nonjudgmental. Don’t debate right or wrong, good or bad.
- Get involved. Become available, show support and interest.
- Get help from professionals.
In many cases, mental health disorders such as depression, bipolar disorder, anxiety, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), and others can best be treated in an professional environment of care and healing.
We value our relationship with your referral – and with you. Rest assured that as a professional, you will be included in the process of diagnosis, treatment and discharge planning. We want to be on your team.
Click here to learn more about professional referrals offered by The Woodlands Psychiatry and Counseling.