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Recovery Mental healthcare PLLC Midlothian, TX 76065

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We help you get another chance at life

Recovery mental health care services aim to empower individuals to develop coping strategies, enhance resilience, and promote long-term recovery, fostering a supportive environment that prioritizes their mental health and emotional well-being.

These services often include personalized therapy sessions, medication management, group support, and various evidence-based interventions tailored to the individual’s specific needs and goals.

However, we are dealing with psychiatric assessment and medication management for your various mental illness recovery mental healthcare.


We are Specialties and Expertise


Anxiety is the most common mental health disorder. Most disorders that are considered “mental health disorders” are anxiety-related. OCD, Bipolar, Panic Disorders, and many other mental health issues..


Depression is a mental health disorder in which a person becomes excessively sad or unhappy for extended periods of time. Usually, depression forms after a traumatic loss or accident. Depression is not...


Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is one of the most common mental disorders affecting children. ADHD also affects many adults. ADHD is one of the most common neurodevelopmental...

Bipolar Disorder

Bipolar Disorder, formerly known as manic depression, is a mental health disorder that increases emotions and causes dramatic mood swings which range from depression (low) to mania or hypomania (high)....

Impulse Control Disorders

Impulse control disorders (ICDs) are prevalent psychiatric diseases that frequently result in severe impairment in social and occupational functioning and the possibility of legal and...

Posttraumatic Stress Disorder

Some people who have experienced or witnessed a traumatic event may acquire post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), a mental health disorder. Life-threatening traumatic...

Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder

Obsessive-compulsive disorder, or OCD, is one of the most common anxiety disorders. OCD causes one to attempt to manage their fears, thoughts, and worries through sets of...

Personality Disorders

Personality disorder (BPD) is a severe mental illness that centers on the inability to manage emotions effectively. Relationships are a setting in which the illness manifests itself; sometimes all relationships are..

Symptoms we do not treat

We specialize in treating a wide range of mental health conditions, but the below symptoms that we do not treat.


Focusing on you, with the best mental healthcare

The best mental healthcare combines compassionate support and evidence-based treatments, empowering individuals to thrive and achieve optimal well-being. It embraces a holistic approach that addresses both the mind and body, promoting lasting mental health and resilience.

Psychiatric Evaluation

It is a process of gathering information about a person’s emotional, behavioral, or developmental conditions or disorders


The process of providing mental health care expertise/therapy from a distance through technology, often using videoconferencing.


Mental health reliability refers to the consistency and trustworthiness of mental health assessments, interventions, and support systems.

Excellent care

Recovery mental healthcare specializes in understanding what you need and striving to put those needs first. When treating mental health conditions, we address these issues through a personal approach to ensure the best solution toward recovery and a better life.



The first step to improving your mental health is obtaining a proper diagnosis. This should always come before starting a treatment plan. A comprehensive psychiatric evaluation helps to uncover what diagnosis (or diagnoses) explain the symptoms, struggles, and negative consequences you have experienced.

We will discuss what brought you into the office, in other words, “what we will be working on together.” Next, we’ll go through a series of questions together, regarding current and past mental health, general health, and family history. The initial appointment lasts about 55 minutes.

Every patient is unique and comes with a history of different symptoms, life experiences, treatment failures, treatment successes, and treatment options that have not been tried in the past. The goal is to help the patient determine an accurate diagnosis or diagnosis. Even if a diagnosis seems obvious, other conditions will be ruled out such as depression, bipolar disorder, ADHD, anxiety, psychosis, addiction, and certain medical conditions, as these conditions influence which medications and therapeutic treatment options would be most suitable. In some cases, it can take several follow-up sessions to further clarify the diagnosis.

Follow-up appointments are centered around medication changes, so initially, they can be more frequent. Once the patient is doing better and the symptoms have stabilized, the frequency of the appointments will decrease. Since every patient has different needs, each patient is treated with a personalized approach that enable us to work together toward a common goal of optimal mental health. It is not uncommon during a patient’s treatment plan to try several medications over time in order to achieve optimum results.

My goal as a mental health professional is to first establish an accurate diagnosis (or diagnoses). Only then, can the patient understand all of their treatment options which may include medication and non-mediation treatment options.

Recovery Mental Healthcare accepts most commercial insurance plans in Texas. If you don’t see your insurance carrier listed, please contact us to see how we can help.

If you have questions about your coverage or financial responsibility, please contact your plan administrator directly.

You are financially responsible for the cost of the mental health services provided to you or your dependent(s) and for any portion of the fees not reimbursed or covered by your health insurance, including late cancellations and missed appointments.

Recovery mental healthcare requires patients to have a credit card on file with our secure third-party billing platform (Headway). Recovery mental healthcare will charge for the balance due at either at the time of service or after your health insurance confirms a patient responsibility portion.

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