Ph: 972-669-1733


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A psychiatrist is a physician who specializes in the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of mental health and emotional problems. Because of extensive medical training, the psychiatrist understands the body’s functions and the complex relationship between emotional illness and other medical illness.

Physician assistants (PAs) practice medicine with physician supervision. PA's conduct histories and physicals, perform psychiatric evaluations and assessments, order and interpret diagnostic studies, establish and manage treatment plans and order referrals as needed.

Advanced psychiatric nurse practitioners provide primary mental health care to patient seeking mental health services. This includes the assessment, diagnosis, and management of mental health and prescriptive practice of psychotropic medications.  They are able to deliver targeted psychiatric care while screening, identifying, and monitoring other potential medical problems.

Psychologists study the human mind. Their research helps us understand behavior, memory and mental health disorders. Through counseling and experimentation, psychologists work to promote safety, understanding and good mental health.

Counselors work in a variety of concentrations, including school, family, substance abuse and mental health. While each specialty has its own duties, most counselors conduct individual and family therapy to identify their needs.

Clinical Social Workers assist patients and their families with health-related problems and concerns. A Social Worker performs a comprehensive assessment of a patient’s social, emotional, environmental, financial, and support needs and informs other members of the health care team about these factors, which may affect the patient’s health and well-being.

Interns are licensed in professional counseling, however, they must work under a Licensed Professional Counselor-Supervisor until they have completed the mandated hours to no longer require professional supervision. Interns work with a variety of issues which include, anxiety, depression, grief, and other problems a person may be experiencing.

Life coaches are skilled at drawing out a person's own wisdom to help maximize work or personal potentials. Life coaches help to establish goals, line up priorities, monitor progress and figure out solutions to set-backs.


Hope Speaks

1200 E. Collins Blvd., Suite 300,

Richardson, Texas 75081

Ph: 972-669-1733

Monday - Friday 8AM - 5PM

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