Tranquility Behavioral Health Clinic & TMS Center is family owned and operated and a nurse-led practice with over 28 years of patient care experience. We have cared for patients in a variety of settings when they needed expert and competent nursing and mental health care.
We have dedicated our life to helping individuals and families achieve happiness and wellness across the lifespan. We understand how hard it is to make a decision to seek out psychiatric mental health services. We believe in helping people holistically. People often experience challenging life experiences that may be hard to deal with.
Making the right decision to get help is an important one, which can also be a difficult one. There are times in life when situations or daily life responsibilities compromise one’s ability to manage things in ways we would like to. We believe in helping clients cope and manage those life challenges and situations.
As one of the Houston area’s most prominent resources for quality mental healthcare, Tranquility Behavioral Health specializes in a wide range of psychiatric mental health services to get patients feeling mentally healthier than ever before. And while we work hard to offer top-of-the-line treatments that help you feel better and get better, we also focus on preventative strategies to ensure you stay better longer.
We pride ourselves in quality medication management, which is a critical part of your mental health care. We focus on genetics and previous medication history to make the right decision about your treatment plan. We realize that sometimes it can be frustrating to find what medications work best for you. Our main focus is to help you achieve wellness across the continuum of care.
We aim to make the experience of coming to our welcoming Nurse-led Clinic as easy as possible. That’s why we have designed all our features and services to put our patients first. Find out more below about what Doctors of Nursing Practice (DNP) provide.
What is a
A Nurse Practitioner is an Advanced Practice Registered Nurse that is prepared at the Doctoral or Master's level.
The APRN profession has multiple specialties including psychiatric mental health, family practice, women's health, adult/geriatrics, pediatrics, anesthesia, etc.
All Nurse Practitioners must have a valid RN license in addition to their specialty board certification
The average Nurse Practitioner has been a practicing Registered Nurse for at least 9 years.