Are you currently accepting new patients?

Yes, we are accepting new patients, and you can visit the schedule your assessment section to fill out your patient form.

What services do you offer?

We offer Initial Psychiatric Evaluations and Medication Management Services via video conferencing. Our Medication Management program means prescribing medication, monitoring your effect on medicine, and discussing topics outside of medicine.

What if I cancel an appointment?

Patients are charged full price if they do not show up or cancel their appointment less than 48 hours before the scheduled date. Patients only get one forgiven for last-minute cancelations or no-shows per year, except for hospitalizations.

Do you accept insurance?

Yes. See the list of current insurances we accept on this page.  If needed, we can provide you with a statement or receipt that you may submit with your insurance for payment. Credentialing for other insurances is ongoing. Self-pay is always welcome.

What is a telehealth appointment?

A telehealth appointment allows the rendering and receiving of mental health care services via video conferencing. Similar to an in-person encounter, the healthcare provider evaluates and monitors the patient from a convenient location. It’s best to remember that telehealth may not be for everyone. Some individuals may prefer in-person interaction and are comfortable that way. If telehealth is not right for you, you can visit our clinic.

What if I don’t have insurance?

Patients who do not have insurance should contact our clinic. We have discount rates for non-insured patients. We believe every individual should have access to mental health treatment.

How do I find a female nurse practitioner near me in Houston?

At Life Patterns Behavioural, we have a qualified female nurse practitioner devoted to holistically caring for you and your mental health. Her compassion and thoughtfulness make her an exceptional nurse.

Our nurse practitioner is responsible for assessing patients' health by studying their medical histories, performing thorough psych diagnostic tests, and finding risk factors that may require special care.

Do you offer adult mental health services?

Yes. Depending on your situation and mental health concerns, we offer programs that treat adults and young adults.

We aim to provide you with the highest level of treatment possible so that you reach your full potential and achieve optimum health.

How do I find a depression and anxiety therapist near me in Houston?

Finding a suitable therapist for you or your loved one may not be easy. Here at Life Patterns Behavioral, based in Houston, we have licensed mental health professionals who can help you with anxiety, depression, and other mental health conditions.

How do I find the best anxiety treatment centers near me in Houston?

Life Patterns Behavioral provides comprehensive assessment, diagnosis, and treatment for anxiety disorders in children and adults.

Our experts will listen patiently to you to create a treatment plan suitable for your concerns and health issues.

What is the difference between behavioral health and mental health?

Behavioral health and mental health directly impact each other. Behavioral health refers to how behaviors affect a person's well-being, while mental health focuses on a person’s state of being.

What are the pros and cons of nurse practitioner vs. physician assistant?

Pros of being a nurse practitioner:

  • Ability to practice independently and have experience in providing patient care.
  • Flexibility in work hours and getting paid well.
  • Opportunity for telehealth.

Cons of being a nurse practitioner:

  • Difficulty in changing fields during career path.

Pros of being a physician assistant:

  • Can specialize in different areas and have flexibility in changing fields.
  • Getting paid high.
  • Good balance of life and work.

Cons of being a physician assistant:

  • They can’t operate their practices.
What is a telehealth appointment?

A telehealth appointment allows your healthcare provider or nurse to provide care for you without an in-person office visit. Computers, tablets, and smartphones are mainly used for telehealth.

Healthcare providers evaluate and monitor their patients from convenient locations, just like in-person encounters.

The questions your doctor or nurse will ask you during a telehealth visit will be the same as those during an in-person visit. Virtual visits are done at home, at work or while traveling in a car.