Insurance accepted but not required. TRS Health DOES NOT prescribe controlled substances.


Anexiety Treatment in Houston, TX

What is the difference between anxiety and an anxiety disorder?

What it is: It’s common to feel anxious from time to time, especially when facing stress. However, excessive, continuous anxiety and worry that feel difficult to control and affect day-to-day activities may be a sign of generalized anxiety disorder. General anxiety disorder can manifest in both children and adults. Living with generalized anxiety disorder is a long-term challenge. In most cases, it occurs with other anxiety or mood disorders simultaneously. In most cases, generalized activity disorder can be improved with medications or psychotherapy. Making lifestyle changes, learning some coping skills, or using relaxation strategies can also help.

Mental Symptoms

  • Persistent worry or anxiety that is out of proportion to the actual impact of the events
  • Overthinking plans and solutions to all possible worst-case outcomes
  • Perceiving situations as threatening even when they are not
  • Difficulty handling uncertainty
  • Fear of making wrong decisions and indecisiveness
  • Inability to set aside worries
  • Feeling reckless, on edge, or inability to relax 
  • Difficulty concentrating or feeling your mind “go blank”

Physical signs and symptoms

  • Fatigue
  • Difficulty sleeping
  • Muscle aches
  • Feeling twitchy or trembling
  • Easily startled or nervousness
  • Sweating
  • Nausea, diarrhea, or irritable bowel syndrome
  • Irritability

 Like many mental health conditions, causes for GAD likely arise from complex interactions with biological and environmental factors including:

  • Differences in brain chemistry and function
  • Genetics
  • Differences in the way threats are perceived
  • Development and personality

When to see a doctor:
 Some anxiety is normal, but see your doctor if:

  • You feel like you worry too much and it’s interfering with your work or relationships
  • You feel depressed or irritable, have trouble with drinking or drugs, or you have other mental health concerns along with anxiety
  • You have suicidal thoughts or behaviors
    In this case, seek emergency treatment immediately

 Decisions are based on how significantly GAD is affecting your ability to function. The two main treatments for GAD are psychotherapy and medication, though you may benefit most from a combination of the two.

  • Psychotherapy: Also known as talk therapy or counseling, psychotherapy involves working with a therapist to reduce symptoms of anxiety. Cognitive behavioral therapy is the most effective form of psychotherapy for GAD. Cognitive behavioral therapy teaches you specific skills to directly manage your worries and return to the activities you’ve avoided because of anxiety
  • Medications: Always talk to your doctor about benefits, risks, and possible side effects. The medications below are sometimes used to treat GAD.
    – Antidepressants: These are the first line of medication treatments. Examples of those used to treat anxiety disorder: Lexapro, Cymbalta, Paxil. Your doctor may also recommend others.
    – Buspirone: Anti-anxiety medication that typically takes several weeks to become effective.

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Mental Health Treatments We Offer


Generalized anxiety disorder can occur in both adolescents and adults and significantly affect daily life. In addition, generalized anxiety disorder can occur in conjunction with a variety of other mental health disorders, such as depression. Medical intervention and psychotherapeutic treatments can help clients cope with their feelings of anxiety.


Depression is a mood disorder that causes feelings of sadness and a consistent lack of interest in day-to-day activities. Those who suffer from depression report that the disorder negatively affects the way they think and act. Depression can lead to physical and emotional problems, including anxiety, agitation, feelings of hopelessness, outbursts of anger, loss of interest in normal activities, and in severe instances, suicidal thoughts and actions. 


Attention deficit disorder (ADD) and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) are neurodevelopmental conditions that affect a person’s ability to pay attention and control their behaviors. ADD and ADHD are typically diagnosed during childhood, though the effects of these disorders often last through adulthood. Inability to finish tasks, trouble with organization, being easily distracted, and problems staying still are all common symptoms of ADD and ADHD.


Schizophrenia is a serious mental illness affecting the way a person thinks and behaves. Those who suffer from schizophrenia may feel or seem like they have lost touch with the real world and may exhibit issues with memory and concentration, which can distress both the sufferer and their loved ones.


Bipolar disorder is identified by the presence of severe mood swings, from feelings of depressive lows to manic highs. Changes in activity level, concentration, and the success of daily activities are often closely tied to these changes in mood. The treatment of bipolar disorder includes psychotherapy, which TRS Health psychologists specialize in.

Learning Disabilities

Learning disabilities may affect abilities such as reading, writing, mathematics, and non-verbal skills. Getting help for learning disabilities is vital, as they can cause problems with self-esteem and motivation if left untreated. At TRS Health, we are dedicated to helping clients work with and overcome their learning disabilities.

Eating Disorder

When disturbances in a person’s eating behavior occur and their thoughts and emotions related to eating become affected, they may have an eating disorder. Eating disorders like anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, and binge eating require intervention to be treated properly.


Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) is a serious mental illness that occurs among people who have experienced instances of abuse or trauma throughout their lives. PTSD can make living day-to-day life more difficult, as sufferers may experience panic attacks, anxiety, and feelings of depression as a result of the disorder.


Autism, also known as Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), is a general term for a variety of different conditions that are most commonly characterized by issues with speech and non-verbal behaviors, repetitive behaviors, and problems with social skills. Because autism is a spectrum disorder, there are many different subtypes of autism.

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At TRS, we care deeply about our patients. Our goal has always been and will always be to provide accessible health care to those who need it in the Greater Huston area, whether they are insured or not. By making holistic health care available, we strongly believe we can create a healthier, happier Houston.

Why Choose TRS Health?

At TRS Health, we are dedicated to providing our patients with compassionate, comprehensive care, with or without insurance!

The Affordability

Affordable For Everyone

Health care should not cost an arm and a leg! We prioritize patients over profits so that everyone can get the care they need, regardless of insurance status.

The Experience

Compassionate Providers,
Superior Care

We don’t overbook so that our compassionate board certified providers can take the time to listen and provide each patient with the care they need.

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Say goodbye to crowded waiting rooms and lack of appointment availability. We offer lab tests and imaging in house, even have a pharmacy on site. And we’re open Saturdays!

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Founded in 2018, TRS Health is a team of like-minded healthcare practitioners from diverse backgrounds who are dedicated to improving the health of the community through a holistic health approach. We strive to bring healthcare services to both insured and uninsured clients in the Houston, Texas area.
To begin receiving health care services and support from TRS Health, you can give us a call at 281.385.8554, or stop into the our office at 3727 Greenbriar Dr #114 Stafford, TX 77477. You can also contact us online by emailing
At TRS Health, we are dedicated to providing health services to both insured and uninsured clients. We provide patients access to affordable specialized care through exclusive partnerships with specialists and facilities in the area.
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