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In-Person & Virtual

Therapy and psychiatry in Round Rock, TX

Located at corner of Wyoming Springs Dr. and Park Valley Dr. We also have offices in Austin and throughout Texas. In-person and virtual appointments available now.

Affordability is just as important as availability

We’re in-network with most insurance plans and always working to expand coverage. We also have affordable self-pay options.


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The best of mental healthcare in one place

How We Help

Flexible care shaped just for you

Geode connects you with expert psychiatry or therapy resources, or a combination of both, depending on your needs.


Geode’s board certified psychiatrists work with both children and adults to make a diagnosis and manage medications.

Talk Therapy

Find empathetic 1:1 support to deal with difficult emotions, situations, and past trauma, and develop healthy methods of coping.

Advanced Treatments

Geode Health’s local offices allow us to offer more intensive treatment options like TMS and Spravato (intranasal Ketamine).

What our patients have to say

This practice is a god send. I had a hard time finding a psych practice that took insurance and even more than that Carla had been the most amazing NP. She really listens and understands my needs and offers multiple options for my ADHD treatment. I am so happy to have found her.

Quite the care beyond expectations! Well rounded care, overseeing meds as well as talk therapy. I am blessed to have found Geode Mental Health Services for all my psychological needs.

I’m just starting out with Geode but I’m already so impressed. Heather at the front desk is so polite and helpful. She anticipates needs so well, uses my preferred name every time, and coordinates my care better than anyone else so far. I’m also so happy that my physician can treat ADHD and bipolar together, which is hard to find.

Very kind staff. Started my personal therapy journey here, and really appreciate every bit of their help!

The place was clean and organized. My new therapist listened to all I had to say. It was an excellent experience. I will return in one month.

See a mental health specialist in person or online

Geode Health is physically located in the communities we serve. This allows us to see our patients in person, provide access to more advanced treatments, and safely prescribe medications virtual-only providers cannot. You can easily book and manage both in-person and video-visits online, often available within days. The help you’ve been searching for is only a few clicks away.

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Frequently asked questions about psychiatry

Psychiatry is a branch of medicine that focuses on the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of mental health disorders. It is a medical specialty that works to assess a person’s mental health by examining their thoughts, feelings, behavior, and other characteristics. Psychiatrists use evidence-based treatments such as psychotherapy and medication management to help people with mental health concerns. By working with a psychiatrist, individuals can address their mental health issues and improve their overall well-being. In addition, psychiatrists are trained to recognize the biological and psychological elements that contribute to mental illness so they can develop targeted treatment plans for each individual patient.

Psychology and psychiatry are two different fields that focus on mental health. Psychology is the study of the human mind, behavior, and emotions as they relate to normal development. Psychiatrists are medical doctors who diagnose and treat mental illness using a combination of psychological treatments and medications. Psychiatric specialists are trained to recognize and understand the biological components of mental illness, whereas psychologists (such as licensed therapists or counselors) typically focus on behavior and cognitive processes. Overall, psychology focuses on understanding people in order to make recommendations for treatment, while psychiatry emphasizes the use of treatments such as medication management and psychotherapy in order to diagnose and treat mental health conditions.

Anyone who is struggling with mental health issues or has been diagnosed with a mental illness may benefit from seeing a psychiatric specialist. Even if an individual does not feel they have a diagnosable disorder, talking to a psychiatric professional can still be beneficial. Psychiatrists and other psychiatry experts can help people understand their emotions and behavior better, as well as provide strategies for managing distress.

No, psychiatrists may not always prescribe medication. Your Geode psychiatric provider is trained to assess a patient’s mental health and can recommend medication as part of an overall treatment plan if needed. However, the decision to prescribe medication is ultimately up to the provider and the patient. It is important to talk to your Geode provider about what type of mental health treatment will be most effective for you.

When you meet with your Geode psychiatric specialist for the first time, they will ask you questions about your symptoms and medical history. They may also perform physical tests to rule out any underlying medical conditions that could be contributing to your symptoms. Based on these evaluations, the provider can make an accurate diagnosis regarding your mental health and make treatment recommendations as needed.

At Geode Health, we believe in a comprehensive approach to mental well-being. We offer a variety of psychiatry and psychotherapy services under one roof to ensure our patients have access to high-quality holistic mental health treatment that meets their needs. After your initial evaluation, your Geode provider can offer more guidance on the type of treatment plan that may work for you. Many patients find that a combination of medication management with a psychiatric specialist as well as ongoing psychotherapy produces the best outcomes, while others prefer one type of treatment over the other. The choice to see a therapist or psychiatrist is ultimately dependent upon your goals and unique needs.

Psychiatrists can prescribe a variety of medications to treat mental health conditions. Common types of medication prescribed by psychiatrists include antidepressants, antipsychotics, mood stabilizers, and anti-anxiety medications. Your psychiatrist may also recommend lifestyle changes such as exercise or dietary modifications to help manage symptoms, as well as non-medical treatments like talk therapy.

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