Austin Family Mental Health provides holistic psychiatric care with primary focus on medication management specializing in the management of depression, anxiety, mood disorders, ADHD, schizophrenia, substance abuse disorders and more. Our goal is to treat Mental Health Disorders with “as few medications as possible and as much good, professional therapy to address the issues at the source.”
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Our team is comprised of genuinely gifted minds
Her PMHNP career began at the Dell Children's Comprehensive Care Clinic where she led the mental health team in providing services for children and adolescents with psychiatric and behavioral difficulties in an outpatient setting. Lindsey's approach to caring for the children also included working with the family. She most recently worked in the Child and Family Services department within Integral Care. There she provided psychiatric services for children/ adolescents ages 4 years to 17 years in an outpatient clinic. In addition, Lindsey provided behavioral health services to Lifeworks in Austin, Texas for transition age youth up to 26 years of age.
Lindsey uses a holistic, evidence-based approach, specializing in treatment of depression, anxiety, ADHD, trauma, Bipolar disorder and other mental health disorders. She provides psychiatric assessments, diagnostic services, therapy, medication management, and psychoeducation for all ages.
She loves her work and believes mental and physical health lies in the connectedness of the mind, body and spirit as well as healthy, supportive relationships in our lives.
With over 9 years of experience in various healthcare settings, Trecy's work as a nurse has ranged from working with the veteran population to high-risk pregnant women. While working as a labor and delivery nurse, she cared for many women struggling with substance use disorders. Additionally, Trecy has worked in substance use detox and acute inpatient psych.
Trecy provides a holistic approach to treatment with short and long term medication management. She specializes in addictions, anxiety, depression and other mood disorders, ADHD, disordered eating and dual diagnosis. She treats opioid use disorder with medication assisted treatment as well as long term abstinence-based care.
Having mentored many women throughout the years who were in recovery from substance use disorders, Trecy has seen many lives dramatically transformed. She understands the courage and vulnerability it takes to reach out for help and knows the importance of meeting the individual exactly where they are.
Aside from her passion for mental wellness, Trecy has a great love of the outdoors. Hobbies include biking, hiking, or climbing with her partner and dog.
She has been in practice since 2008 as a family nurse practitioner. She has obtained experience working with pain clients for 5 years and has done some work with hospice. She has been practicing some form of psychiatric care for 11 years.
Megan works with individuals age 18 and older, and specializes in the treatment of ADD/ADHD, depression and anxiety, and LGBTQ issues.
Megan is a warm and nurturing caregiver with a unique and authentic empathy with her clients. She believes in a holistic method of care that she likes to include with the prescribing of medicine. Among these methods are yoga, nutrition, meditation, exercise, relaxation techniques and more.
Martha’s undergraduate background is in physical Anthropology and Nutrition from the University of Texas at Austin. She returned to UT to receive her masters in Adult Health Nursing. Martha began her nursing career as a case manager and counselor in an outpatient psychiatric and substance abuse treatment center, followed by experience as a case manager for hospitalized palliative care patients and their families. She then returned to UT School of Nursing to receive a post masters in Psychiatric Mental Health Advance Practice Nursing.
Prior to becoming a nurse, Martha worked as a Yoga and Meditation Instructor in various practice settings, as well as maintaining a small private massage therapy practice. When Martha is relaxing, she enjoys good food and conversation with friends and family, curling up in bed with a good audio book and her canine and feline companions, and communing with nature while hiking in nearby green spaces.
Through her work and life experience, Martha has developed a profound regard for the strength and resilience of the human heart and mind, even in the face of great suffering, and a desire to support others in their journey toward healing and transformation.