Our Services

  (For Adults and Children)

  • Adult ADHD Evaluations & Treatments
  • Children ADHD Evaluations & Treatmens
  • Medication Management
  • Anxiety and Panic Attacks
  • Depression
  • Bipolar Disorder
  • Sleep Disorders
  • Obsessive Compulsive Behavior
  • Self-Injury
  • Behavioral issues in Teens & Children
  • Oppositional Defiant Disorder
  • Eating Disorders
  • Autism & Aspergers
  • Tic Disorder & Hair Pulling



Board Certified M.D. Child, Adolescent & Adult Psychiatrist

Why compromise your mental health?

Each visit you are evaluated and treated personally by a highly qualified and experienced physician who specializes in mental health. 

This is different from being treated by a nurse practitioner, PCP (non-specialist) or a Phd therapist (not a MD doctor and cannot prescribe medications). We believe you deserve the best quality of care all in one place.

Call 972-668-1564 for an appointment.


Young Minds

​Frisco Psychiatry

5850 Town & Country Blvd.

Suite 1202

Frisco TX 75034

972-668-1564

Office Hours

Monday - Friday: 9:00 - 5:00 pm.

Closed for lunch: 12:00 - 1:00 pm.


Treating Adults & Children

​YoungMinds

972-668-1564


Center for Child, Adolescent & Adult Psychiatry


  • Parents of children with a history of ADHD report almost 3 times as many peer problems as those without a history of ADHD (21.1% vs. 7.3%).Parents report that children with a history of ADHD are almost 10 times as likely to have difficulties that interfere with friendships (20.6% vs. 2.0%).*

  • ​The average age of ADHD diagnosis was 7 years of age, but children reported by their parents as having more severe ADHD were diagnosed earlier.*

  • Data from international samples suggest that young people with high levels of attentional difficulties are at greater risk of involvement in a motor vehicle crash, drinking and driving, and traffic violations.* 

  • Adults do not simply outgrow ADHD. Untreated ADHD can have a negative impact on interpersonal relationships, educational and career goals.

  • More than 1 out of 20 Americans 12 years of age and older reported current depression in 2005–2006.*

  • Most adults with mental health symptoms (78%) and without mental health symptoms (89%) agreed that treatment can help persons with mental illness lead normal lives.*

  • Evidence has shown that mental disorders, especially depressive disorders, are strongly related to the occurrence, successful treatment, and course of many chronic diseases including diabetes, cancer, cardiovascular disease, asthma, and obesity and many risk behaviors for chronic disease; such as, physical inactivity, smoking, excessive drinking, and insufficient sleep.*

    *Content source: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention .