Treatment Resistant Conditions in Cypress, Texas

Inner Healing for Lasting Well-Being

Do you feel like you’re stuck in an endless cycle of anxiety, depression, or the haunting remnants of trauma? Despite trying various therapies and medications, do these conditions persist, leaving you feeling helpless and exhausted? You’re not alone in this struggle. These persistent symptoms are often characteristic of treatment-resistant conditions, a challenging experience where standard interventions fail to provide significant relief or improvement.

What Are Treatment-Resistant Conditions?

Treatment-resistant conditions in mental health are complex and multifaceted. They occur when standard treatments, such as conventional psychotherapy and medication, do not adequately alleviate the symptoms of disorders like anxiety, depression, or trauma. This resistance to treatment can lead to a prolonged and often frustrating journey for those affected, as they search for effective solutions to manage their symptoms.

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Symptoms and Challenges

Individuals facing treatment-resistant conditions may experience a range of persistent symptoms. These can include overwhelming feelings of anxiety, deep-rooted sadness or hopelessness, difficulty coping with daily stresses, and intrusive, distressing memories or thoughts related to past trauma. The impact of these symptoms can be profound, affecting personal relationships, work, and overall quality of life.

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Our Integrative Care Approach

Therapy & Counseling

Therapy and counseling offer new perspectives and coping strategies for treatment-resistant mental health conditions, providing hope and pathways to healing even when traditional methods have been unsuccessful.

Medication Management

Medication management can tailor psychiatric treatments to the individual's needs, offering alternative solutions and adjustments that may significantly improve outcomes for treatment-resistant mental health conditions.

LENS Neurofeedback

LENS Neurofeedback offers a novel approach to treatment-resistant mental health problems by using low-energy neurofeedback system technology to subtly adjust brain wave patterns, encouraging the brain to function more efficiently. This non-invasive therapy has been effective in reducing symptoms of anxiety, depression, and other psychiatric conditions by promoting neural plasticity and improved cognitive function, offering individuals a path to healing beyond conventional treatments.

Nutrition & Functional Medicine Coach

A nutrition and functional medicine coach can provide critical support for treatment-resistant mental health problems by identifying and addressing underlying physiological imbalances, such as nutrient deficiencies or gut health issues, that may impact mental well-being. By tailoring dietary and lifestyle interventions to the individual's unique needs, they help to optimize brain health and enhance the body's natural healing processes, offering a complementary pathway to traditional mental health treatments.

Ketamine-Assisted Therapy

Ketamine-Assisted Therapy provides a breakthrough approach for individuals with treatment-resistant mental health problems by inducing a unique state that can enhance the therapeutic process, facilitating deeper emotional and cognitive insights. This innovative method has shown promising results in rapidly reducing symptoms of severe depression, anxiety, and PTSD, offering new hope where traditional treatments have failed.

EMDR

EMDR (Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing) provides a powerful therapeutic approach for treatment-resistant mental health problems by facilitating the processing and integration of traumatic memories and distressing thoughts that underlie many persistent conditions. This technique helps to desensitize individuals to emotional pain and reframe negative beliefs, leading to significant improvements in symptoms of PTSD, anxiety, and depression, often where other treatments have not succeeded.

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Benefits:

  • Unlock new pathways
  • Facilitate deeper insights
  • Faster emotional processing
  • Overcome barriers
  • Profound healing and renewal

Why a Holistic Approach to Healing

  • Comprehensive Treatment: A holistic approach, encompassing LENS Neurofeedback, Ketamine Assisted Psychotherapy, nutrition, EMDR, and traditional therapy, offers a comprehensive treatment plan, targeting multiple aspects of well-being simultaneously.
  • Personalized Care: This approach is tailored to the individual’s unique needs and circumstances, ensuring a more personalized and effective treatment experience.
  • Addressing Root Causes: By focusing on underlying issues rather than just symptoms, holistic healing can address the root causes of treatment-resistant conditions, leading to more sustainable results.
  • Enhanced Brain Function: LENS Neurofeedback specifically targets brain function, potentially improving cognitive processes and emotional regulation, which are often disrupted in treatment-resistant conditions.
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  • Rapid Symptom Relief: Ketamine Assisted Psychotherapy has been shown to provide rapid relief from symptoms of depression and anxiety, often where other treatments have failed.
  • Nutritional Balance: Proper nutrition can significantly impact mental health. Working with a dietitian can help correct imbalances that contribute to mental health conditions. 
  • Trauma Processing: EMDR therapy is highly effective for processing and healing trauma, a common underlying factor in many treatment-resistant mental health issues.
  • Skill Building: Traditional therapies like CBT and DBT included in the holistic approach help build practical skills for managing symptoms and improving daily functioning.
  • Mind-Body Connection: This approach acknowledges the interconnection between physical and mental health, leading to treatments that benefit overall health, not just mental symptoms.
  • Long-term Wellness Focus: A holistic approach aims not just to treat symptoms but to promote long-term health and wellness, equipping individuals with tools and strategies for ongoing self-care and resilience.

frequently asked questions

Treatment-resistant depression (TRD) is typically classified as a major depressive disorder that does not respond adequately to at least two different antidepressant treatments, given at an adequate dose and duration.

The best add-on for treatment-resistant depression could be a combination of Ketamine-Assisted Psychotherapy, LENS Neurofeedback, and collaboration with an integrative health practitioner focused on gut health. Ketamine-Assisted Psychotherapy provides a novel approach that can rapidly alleviate depressive symptoms by facilitating deeper psychological insights and emotional processing. LENS Neurofeedback targets and modifies brainwave patterns to improve mood and cognitive function, offering a unique, non-invasive method to enhance brain resilience. Integrating gut health improvements through dietary and lifestyle changes with an integrative health practitioner acknowledges the significant influence of the gut-brain axis on mood disorders, providing a comprehensive strategy that addresses both the psychological and physiological aspects of depression. This holistic approach can significantly enhance traditional treatment plans, offering new hope and pathways to healing for individuals with treatment-resistant depression.

The new hope for treatment-resistant depression lies in innovative and holistic approaches that go beyond traditional therapies, including Ketamine-Assisted Psychotherapy, LENS Neurofeedback, and working with an integrative health practitioner to focus on gut health. Ketamine-Assisted Psychotherapy offers rapid relief from depressive symptoms by creating a unique therapeutic state that enhances emotional processing. LENS Neurofeedback targets brain function directly, encouraging the brain to reset dysfunctional patterns. Meanwhile, addressing gut health with an integrative health practitioner acknowledges the significant impact of the gut-brain axis on mood and mental well-being, offering a comprehensive strategy to tackle depression from multiple angles. Together, these approaches provide a multifaceted solution that can bring significant relief and improvement to individuals with treatment-resistant depression.

Medication may not help anxiety for various reasons, including incorrect dosage, the body’s unique response to the medication, underlying medical issues, or the need for complementary treatments like psychotherapy or lifestyle changes.

The best treatment for severe anxiety may involve a combination of innovative and holistic approaches, tailored to the individual’s needs. Ketamine-Assisted Psychotherapy is emerging as a promising option, providing rapid relief by enhancing emotional processing and neural plasticity. LENS Neurofeedback complements this by directly improving brain function and reducing anxiety symptoms through non-invasive modulation of brain waves. Additionally, working with an integrative health practitioner on gut health can address underlying imbalances that contribute to anxiety, recognizing the critical role of the gut-brain connection in mental health. This multi-faceted approach integrates cutting-edge treatments and holistic health principles to offer comprehensive care for severe anxiety.

Complex PTSD symptoms include:

  1. Flashbacks,
  2. Nightmares
  3. Severe anxiety
  4. Uncontrollable thoughts about the traumatic event
  5. Emotional numbness
  6. Avoidance of trauma reminders
  7. Negative self-perception
  8. Difficulty in relationships
  9. Distorted perception of the perpetrator
  10. Loss of systems of meanings
  11. Hyperarousal
  12. Concentration problems
  13. Insomnia
  14. Irritability or angry outbursts
  15. Hypervigilance
  16. Feelings of shame or guilt
  17. Persistent sadness or hopelessness

Living with complex PTSD can involve constantly managing high levels of stress and emotional pain, difficulties in forming and maintaining relationships, feeling disconnected from others and oneself, and struggling with a sense of ongoing threat or danger.

Complex Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (CPTSD) is a psychological disorder that can develop due to prolonged, repeated experiences of interpersonal trauma, characterized by severe and persistent symptoms of PTSD along with additional symptoms like difficulties in emotional regulation and self-perception.

An integrative health practitioner combines conventional medical treatments with complementary therapies (like nutrition, herbal medicine, acupuncture, or mind-body techniques) to treat the whole person – body, mind, and spirit – in a holistic and individualized way.

Ketamine-Assisted Psychotherapy involves the use of ketamine, a medication with rapid-acting antidepressant properties, in conjunction with psychotherapy. It’s used to facilitate deeper psychological insights and to provide rapid relief from symptoms of depression and other mental health conditions.

Ketamine has emerged as a promising treatment for treatment-resistant depression. It works rapidly, often within hours or days, and can be effective when other treatments have failed. It’s typically administered under clinical supervision, sometimes as an infusion or nasal spray.

Practitioners that Specialize in working with Children

Bryan Bankhead

Co-Owner/Office Manager
LENS Neurofeedback

Morgan Davies

Licensed Marriage Family Counselor

Jonathan Semro

Licensed Professional Counselor Associate

Lori Weber

Registered Dietitian

Michelle Wright

Licensed Professional Counselor

Rubi Lopez

Licensed Professional Counselor | Spanish Speaking

Mi’cah Ducros

Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist - Associate

Natalie Parffrey

LPC-Associate Supervised By Supervisor: April West LPC-S Lisc# 76059