Our Mental Health Partners
We believe in a collaborative approach to mental health care and as such make a serious effort to partner with local counseling groups, psychological testing centers, treatment facilities, and hospitals. The providers below represent more than just referrals. They are our partners in mental health care and work closely with us to provide the best care possible for our clients and communities. For more information about our partners, or for a formal referral, please contact our office by phone or email.
Grant Halliburton Foundation offers a variety of education programs, presentations, and an annual conference on mental wellness, suicide prevention, bullying, resilience, and other issues impacting youth mental health. Dr. Taylor became the newest board member of the Foundation in August 2022.
At Carrollton Springs, we offer integrated treatment programs designed to work with individuals through each step of recovery. We assess and personalize programs and services to help you become happier, stronger, and healthier than ever before. Inpatient and outpatient treatment is available to help diagnose, manage and treat a wide range of mental health and addiction issues.
Founded by Doctor Joel Holiner in 1983, The Holiner Psychiatric Group has been honored to serve the DFW metroplex for over three decades. Dr. Holiner is board certified by the American Board of Psychiatry & Neurology and specializes in addiction psychiatry.
Whether you need psychological evaluations, psychiatric services or therapy services, Carewright Clinical Services will customize the service to your unique needs. After all, no two people experience mental health issues exactly the same way. When you contact our office for any of the services below, you don’t have to worry that we’ll treat you like a number. You are our neighbor and our friend.
Doherty Nutrition provides one-on-one nutrition counseling and has dietitians specializing in medical nutrition therapy, diabetes, pediatrics, oncology, sports nutrition, eating disorders, and more.
Okay to Say is an award-winning public awareness campaign, initiated by the Meadows Mental Health Policy Institute and supported by The Hackett Center for Mental Health. Okay to Say’s message is simple: it’s okay to talk openly about mental health. Hope begins with open and honest conversations about mental health between trusted family members, friends, and other loved ones. Together, we can make sure everyone has the support they need to begin getting better.