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Anxiety Disorders

Experiencing occasional anxiety is a normal part of life, however, people with anxiety disorders have a constant worry or fear that is too intense and interferes with their daily activities. This ongoing worry and tension may be accompanied by restlessness, increased heart rate, feeling on edge, difficulty concentrating, muscle tension or problems sleeping. Examples of anxiety disorders include generalized anxiety disorder, panic disorder, social anxiety disorder, separation anxiety, and phobias.

depressive disorders

Depression is a mood disorder that causes persistent feelings of sadness and loss of interest in activities a person enjoys. Depression affects how an individual feels, thinks, and can make it difficult to manage a person’s day-to-day activities. Some signs and symptoms of depression include feeling sad or having depressed mood, changes in appetite, difficulty sleeping or oversleeping, decreased energy, feeling irritable, difficulty concentrating, feeling hopeless, or worthless, and in some cases, thoughts about ending their life. 

Postpartum Depression

Postpartum depression (PDD) is depression that occurs the first few weeks after having a baby but can occur at any time during the first year after delivery. Women with postpartum depression can have feelings of sadness, anger, irritability, crying more often than usual, feeling disconnected from the baby, and doubting their ability to care for themselves and their baby, and thoughts of hurting themselves or the baby.

Bipolar Disorder

Bipolar disorder is a mental health condition that causes sudden and intense shifts in a person’s mood, energy, and ability to think clearly, known as mood episodes or mood swings. These mood changes differ from the typical ups-and-downs most people experience. People with bipolar disorder experience extreme highs with decreased need for sleep (mania) to extreme lows with feelings of sadness and hopelessness (depression). Symptoms can impact multiple areas of your life including relationships or ability to maintain function at school or work.

Obsessive Compulsive Disorder

Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) is a brain-based disorder. People with OCD have obsessions or compulsions, or both. Obsessions are unwanted and distressing thoughts, ideas, or urges that keep entering the mind. Compulsions are repetitive physical or mental acts that a person feels they have to do. They may reduce or prevent anxiety, but in most cases, they do not help. Compulsions can take a lot of time to do, often more than one hour each day. They can interfere with personal relationships and normal activities at home, school, or work.


Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) may develop after experiencing or witnessing an upsetting event (trauma). Types of trauma that can lead to PTSD include accidents, physical injuries, any kind of abuse, violence, or natural disasters. PTSD can occur shortly after a traumatic event or may happen weeks later. Symptoms includes flashbacks, nightmares, unwanted thoughts and memories about the event, heightened reactions, anxiety, and avoidance of situations that may trigger memories of the event. PTSD can cause significant distress and affect an individual’s daily functioning.


Insomnia is a sleep disorder. With insomnia, a person may have trouble falling asleep, staying asleep, or getting good quality sleep. Common causes of insomnia are related to poor sleep habits, irregular sleeping patterns, stress, lack of exercise, chronic illness, certain medications, or mental health disorders such as anxiety or depression. Treatment for insomnia consists of improving sleep habits, behavior therapy, and identifying and treating underlying causes. In some cases, the use of sleep aid medication may be the solution.


ADHD (attention deficit hyperactivity disorder) is a developmental disorder associated with an ongoing pattern of inattention, hyperactivity, and/or impulsivity. The symptoms of ADHD can interfere significantly with an individual’s daily activities and relationships. Evaluation of adults presenting with ADHD symptoms typically requires at least two visits, for a thorough evaluation and likelihood for alternative diagnoses. The use of therapy, medication, and lifestyle modifications are effective treatments for ADHD. 

what we can do for you.


comprehensive psychiatric evaluation

We provide an initial psychiatric evaluation to assess and evaluate your needs to gain a better understanding of the support you may need. This allows us to determine the appropriate diagnosis and develop a treatment plan tailored to your unique needs and diagnoses.

We are dedicated to guiding you on a journey of knowledge, empowerment, and holistic healing. When you have a clear knowledge of your mental health struggles and have full understanding of the treatment plan, you will feel more confident and empowered in your psychiatric care.



A follow up, individualized visit to ensure that your psychiatric medications are safe and effective. This may include medication adjustments, refills, and further recommendations to ensure you get the desired outcomes.

It’s important to understand that psychotropic medications aren’t a quick fix for every issue. The time it takes medications to begin working will vary based on how your body reacts to the medication and your symptoms, so you may experience a gradual improvement until they take full effect.



Providing you with a safe space from the comfort of your own home. CopeWell Psychiatry & Wellness offers appointments through virtual online visits, or Tele psychiatry. Tele psychiatry gives you access to mental health services through a secure, confidential, and HIPPA compliant connection to ensure that your medical information is protected.

A tele psychiatry appointment is identical to that of a conventional in-person visit; our provider works with you to identify issues, develop a treatment plan, and prescribe medication. A telepsychiatry appointment provides convenient way to manage low complex issues and follow-up care in the comfort and privacy of your home


We accept insurance, and all major credit/debit cards for self-paying clients. Always check with your insurance carrier to determine benefits and network coverage.

Payment for services rendered – including co-pays/coinsurances are due 24 hours PRIOR to the appointment.

SELF-PAY rates

Initial Evaluation

Follow-Up Session

Cancellation less than 24 hours and No-Show Fee




out of pocket rates

Initial Evaluation $250

Follow-Up Session $150

Cancellation less than 24 hours or No-Show Fee $75


Feel free to schedule an appointment with our team or contact us should you have any inquiries. Serving clients residing in Texas and Washington State only.