Grand Prairie TX, Women’s Mental Health Well Being Psychiatric Services Launched

Crescent Psychiatry has announced its updated services in Grand Prairie, Texas for women seeking compassionate and expert mental health care from a clinic with over two decades of experience.

Euless, United States - September 16, 2020 /PressCable/ —

Crescent Psychiatry has launched its updated services in Grand Prairie, Texas, offering women mental health treatment that aims to provide them with high-quality care and promote well being to improve their lives.

More information is available at

The updated services from the Crescent Psychiatry clinic now covers the Grand Prairie region of Texas as well as the surrounding Euless-Bedford area. Their services can benefit women who are suffering from conditions such as depression, ADHD, addiction, and anxiety with the clinic’s comprehensive psychiatric services.

Seeking psychiatric help is a major step in the road to recovery, and women looking for professional psychiatric care may find it difficult to take the first step. Furthermore, the cost of care often causes people to try and manage their conditions without getting the help they need. Crescent Psychiatry has worked hard to ensure they can provide women with both affordable and high-quality care.

Crescent Psychiatry understands the importance of taking the first steps in getting help, which is why they aim to provide care focused on integrity, sensitivity, and compassion to give their patients personalized attention when visiting the clinic. Additionally, the team ensures their care covers not only symptom relief but also the ongoing promotion of good health and well-being for their patient’s lives.

Along with their updated services now covering Grand Prairie, Texas, Crescent Psychiatry accepts a broad range of insurance plans so that patients can get the help they need. Furthermore, to ensure no-one needs to go without care, the clinic is also able to provide consultation services for women without health insurance with both first visit, and follow-up appointments available.

The Texas clinic was founded by Dr. Sabahat Faheem, who is a Board Certified psychiatrist. Her experience in state, community, and veteran hospitals has given her experience in treating several conditions, including schizophrenia, substance abuse, depression, and bipolar disorders.

The services from Crescent Psychiatry are available in Grand Prairie and the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex areas with an initial evaluation that can be made through their website or by telephone.

Interested parties can find more information by visiting the website mentioned above.

Contact Info:
Name: Dr. Sabahat Faheem
Email: Send Email
Organization: Crescent Psychiatry
Address: 509 Westpark Way Suit #110, Euless, Texas 76040, United States
Phone: +1-817-571-3800

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88976899

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