Healing Realm Psychiatry Wellness, PLLC

Healing Realm Psychiatry Wellness, PLLC At Healing Realm Psychiatry Wellness, we offer tele-psychiatry evaluation & medication management.


The Mental Illness Stigma

Mental illness is one of the most stigmatized illnesses in the world. The way we talk about it and react to it has a huge impact on people who have mental illnesses, and by changing the way that we communicate with each other we can prevent much of this stigma. One way to help break the stigma associated with mental illness is through education.
Stigma is a barrier to understanding and getting help. When we talk about mental illness differently, we can start to break the stigma associated with it.
Mental illness is a lot more common than people think. It affects 1 in 4 adults during their lives and it can have a negative impact on their day-to-day life if not managed. Mental illness is not the same as a brain injury or physical disability. It's more complex and can include a range of symptoms including mood, sleeping, eating and substance abuse issues. It's not something someone causes to themselves, it often occurs as a result of a complex combination of factors that scientists are still learning about.
Here are some things to know about mental illness. In America close to 29 million Americans experience mental illness each year, and stigma can make this complex and often misunderstood illness difficult to navigate. Mental illnesses are just as serious as other physical illnesses. It can be treated with therapy, medication and lifestyle changes.
Mental illness is not just a state of mind, it is a severe medical condition. 1 in 5 Americans will experience some form of mental illness in their lifetime. Over half of all people who die by su***de have depression or another mental illness – and su***de is the 10th leading cause of death in the U.S. There’s hope for everyone who suffers from mental illness, though it requires treatment and care from professionals who can help us get better.



Self-Care 101:

5 Easy Steps for Taking Care of Your Mental Health

Self-care is a crucial component of maintaining good mental health and overall well-being. It involves taking the time to attend to your physical, emotional, and mental needs, which can help to reduce stress, improve mood, and increase feelings of happiness. Here are five ways to practice self-care for better mental health:

1. Exercise and stay active: Regular physical activity has been shown to have a positive impact on mental health. It can reduce feelings of stress and anxiety, improve mood, and boost self-esteem. Make time for structured workouts or simply go for a walk or bike ride.

2. Get enough sleep: Adequate sleep is crucial for good mental health. Lack of sleep can lead to irritability, difficulty concentrating, and an increased risk of developing mental health conditions such as depression and anxiety. Prioritize getting a good night's sleep by establishing a consistent sleep schedule and creating a relaxing bedtime routine.

3. Eat a healthy diet: The food we consume can significantly impact our mental health. Incorporating a variety of fruits, vegetables, and other nutrients into your diet can help to boost mood and energy levels. Avoid processed and sugary foods to improve mental health.

4. Practice mindfulness: Mindfulness involves focusing on the present moment and accepting thoughts and feelings without judgment. It can help to reduce stress and improve overall well-being. Practice mindfulness through meditation, yoga, or simply taking a few minutes to focus on your breath.

5. Take breaks and make time for leisure: It's essential to take breaks from work and other responsibilities to relax and recharge. Make time for activities that bring joy and allow you to de-stress, such as hobbies, spending time with loved ones, or simply taking a few minutes to sit in nature.

Remember, self-care looks different for everyone. What works for one person may not work for another. The key is to find what works best for you and make it a regular part of your routine


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Welcome to Healing Realm Psychiatry Wellness, PLLC!

Clinicians at Healing Realm Psychiatry Wellness wholeheartedly believe in a collaborative decision-making process with clients. The goal is for each person to gain the knowledge and tools necessary for reaching his or her highest potential and alleviate suffering. The purpose of the therapeutic process is to assist each person in improving important aspects of life. A person is meant to feel whole, feel the joy in life, and successfully navigate life’s challenges. Clinicians strive to ensure that every client understands that they are not defined by their mental illness, and any symptoms experienced are not a shortcoming, failure, or due to lack of effort to feel better on their part. The providers works to help each client recognize their worth. Together with clients we aim to help create a future that allows reduction of symptoms and improved functioning. As a client, an initial appointment will take 60 minutes, and is centered on getting to know you as a person, your needs, your history, and establishing an initial treatment plan. Subsequent follow up visits consist of ongoing therapeutic support and medication checkups with adjustments being made as needed. Our priority is to help you regain your inner strength and take back control over your life.


3839 Mckinney Avenue Suite #155
Dallas, TX

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Monday 9am - 5pm
Tuesday 9am - 5pm
Wednesday 9am - 5pm
Friday 9am - 5pm
Saturday 10am - 1pm


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