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Dallas Psychiatric Associates - appt@dallaspsychiatry.com
17736 Preston Road, Suite 100 - (972) 248-2299

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Clinical depression is often diagnosed when low mood is
associated with insomnia, poor appetite, low concentration,
fatigue, lack of interests or even thoughts of death and dying. Treatment for depression employs a combination of therapy and medication and can be effective as early as one week.

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Adult Common Problems
Anxiety could be overwhelming and interfering with one's
ability to function. We treat anxiety with therapy and judicious use of medication. Relief from overwhelming anxiety can be achieved within days.


Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder.

Affecting 4% adults, ADHD could be very
disabling, causing poor school and job performance, even
problems with relationship. There are many effective
treatments available with very successful outcomes.


Registration Forms


Initial Assessment - in PDF
Notice of Patient Rights and Responsibilities - in PDF
Notice Concerning Complaints - in PDF
Notice of Privacy Practices - in PDF
Patient Authorization to Use or Disclose PHI - in PDF
Patient Registration - in PDF
Patient Satisfaction Survey - in PDF









Resources
Children & Adolescent Resources
THE CHILD AND ADOLESCENT PSYCHIATRIST
CHILDREN & DIVORCE
TEENAGERS WITH EATING DISORDERS
TEENS: ALCOHOL AND OTHER DRUGS
THE DEPRESSED CHILD
CHILD ABUSE - THE HIDDEN BRUISES
CHILDREN WHO CAN’T PAY ATTENTION/ADHD
CHILDREN WHO WON’T GO TO SCHOOL
CHILDREN AND GRIEF
CHILD SEXUAL ABUSE
TEEN SUICIDE
THE CHILD WITH AUTISM
CHILDREN WHO STEAL
CHILDREN AND TV VIOLENCE
CHILDREN AND FAMILY MOVES
THE ADOPTED CHILD
CHILDREN WITH LEARNING DISABILITIES
CHILDREN OF ALCOHOLICS
BEDWETTING
THE CHILD WITH A LONGTERM ILLNESS
MAKING DAY CARE A GOOD EXPERIENCE
HOW MEDICATIONS ARE USED
NORMALITY
CHILDREN WHO ARE MENTALLY RETARDED
WHEN TO SEEK HELP FOR YOUR CHILD
WHERE TO FIND HELP FOR YOUR CHILD
UNDERSTANDING YOUR MENTAL HEALTH INSURANCE
STEPFAMILY PROBLEMS
RESPONDING TO CHILD SEXUAL ABUSE
TYPES OF MEDICATIONS
CHILDREN, ADOLESCENTS AND HIV/AIDS
WHEN CHILDREN HAVE CHILDREN
QUESTIONS TO ASK BEFORE PSYCH HOSPITALIZATION
CONDUCT DISORDER
CHILDREN’S SLEEP PROBLEMS
TIC DISORDERS
HELPING CHILDREN AFTER A DISASTER
CHILDREN AND FIREARMS
BIPOLAR DISORDER IN CHILDREN AND TEENS
CHILDREN OF PARENTS WITH MENTAL ILLNESS
THE INFLUENCE OF MUSIC AND MUSIC VIDEOS
SUBSTANCE ABUSE TREATMENT
THE CONTINUUM OF CARE
DISCIPLINE
CHILDREN AND LYING
LEAD EXPOSURE IN CHILDREN AFFECTS BEHAVIOR
HOME ALONE CHILDREN
THE ANXIOUS CHILD
PROBLEMS WITH SOILING & BOWEL CONTROL
SCHIZOPHRENIA IN CHILDREN
PANIC DISORDER IN CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS
PSYCHIATRIC MEDICATION: QUESTIONS TO ASK
COMPREHENSIVE PSYCHIATRIC EVALUATION
WHAT IS PSYCHOTHERAPY?
CHILDREN & WATCHING TV
UNDERSTANDING VIOLENT BEHAVIOR IN CHILDREN
PARENTING: PREPARING FOR ADOLESCENCE
NORMAL ADOLESCENT DEVELOPMENT
NORMAL ADOLESCENT DEVELOPMENT
CHILDREN ONLINE
OBSESSIVE-COMPULSIVE DISORDER
CHILDREN & SPORTS
TALKING TO YOUR KIDS ABOUT SEX
GAY AND LESBIAN ADOLESCENTS
FOSTER CARE
CHILDREN’S THREATS: WHEN ARE THEY SERIOUS?
HELPING TEENAGERS WITH STRESS
CHILDREN AND THE NEWS
TOBACCO AND KIDS
ASPERGER’S DISORDER
POSTTRAUMATIC STRESS DISORDER (PTSD)
MULTIRACIAL CHILDREN
CHILDREN WITH OPPOSITIONAL DEFIANT DISORDER
SELF-INJURY IN ADOLESCENTS
ADVOCATING FOR YOUR CHILD
PETS AND CHILDREN
HELPING YOUR TEEN BECOME A SAFE DRIVER
GRANDPARENTS RAISING GRANDCHILDREN
WHEN A PET DIES
OBESITY IN CHILDREN AND TEENS
BULLYING
FIGHTING AND BITING
STARTING SCHOOL
SERVICES FOR CHILDREN WITH SPECIAL NEEDS
TALKING TO KIDS ABOUT MENTAL ILLNESSES
REACTIVE ATTACHMENT DISORDER
PSYCHOTHERAPIES FOR CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS
TALKING TO CHILDREN ABOUT TERRORISM AND WAR
FAMILIES IN THE MILITARY
COMING HOME: ADJUSTMENTS FOR MILITARY FAMILIES
CHILDREN AND MOVIES
CHILDREN AND VIDEO GAMES
DRINKING ALCOHOL IN PREGNANCY
PREVENTING AND MANAGING WEIGHT GAIN
THE TEEN BRAIN
HAIR PULLING (TRICHOTILLOMANIA)