William H. Reading, MD

Finding a psychiatrist to help you deal with the weight of life’s problems with the experience, education, and tender understanding that you need in a time of crisis can be a daunting task. Already faced with a problem where you know you need help, how do you know who you can turn to in your time of need?

William H. Reading, MD, is the caring, experienced professional that you’re looking for.

“Dr. Reading is incredibly knowledgeable and talented. Not only does he prescribe medications as is expected of a psychiatrist, he is also excellent at psychotherapy,” says V.S., a patient of Dr. Reading’s. “His therapy is individualized and personalized to your specific needs. Dr. Reading is just one of those rare people who is extremely good at what he does and he does it out of a genuine passion for helping people. I offer my very highest recommendation.”

Dr. Reading understands the needs of a patient and is an empathetic, skilled physician. He has been diagnosed with, treated for, and successfully adapted to Major Depressive Disorder and Attention Deficit Disorder. As well, he has successfully treated thousands of patients with these same disorders as well as many others. Thus, he has a unique perspective of both physician and patient. Dr. Reading views his medical psychiatric practice as a mission and a passion rather than simply a profession or career.

About Dr. Reading

Dr. Reading, who first received his registered nurse degree from San Jacinto College in Pasadena, Texas, went on to receive his BS from the University of Texas at Austin, and his medical degree from The University of Texas Medical School at San Antonio, completing his residency in Psychiatry in the Department of Neuropsychiatry at Texas Tech University Medical School. He has 32 years of experience as a psychiatrist.

Dr. Reading is married to Teresa Cox Reading, a Registered Nurse and a partner in his practice who wears many hats as the Practice Administrator, on-call RN and TMS Coordinator. This year will mark their 25th anniversary. They have four sons who attended FBISD schools and are graduates of A&M and University of Houston. They are also grandparents to their first grandchild, Kaylee Elizabeth, who is three years old in addition to their fur children, Bindi Kumar and Sweetie, both Shih Tzus.

Office Hours Designed to Serve You: Monday through Thursday, 12:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m.

Our office is:

  • Confidential, Caring and Courteous
  • Most Patients Seen Within 24 hours
  • Speak to a Live Person
  • Home-like Environment
  • RN On-Call for Urgent Concerns, 24/7
  • Waiting Room is Comfortable and Private
  • Staff is Professional and Readily Available

Recovery, Psychiatric, and TMS Services

  • Recovery Services and Outpatient Services
  • Suboxone Program for Opioid Addictions (with DEA waiver for use)
  • Vivitrol Injectable Program for Alcohol and Opioid Addictions
  • Neurostar TMS Therapy (Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation) Program, an FDA-cleared Non-invasive Treatment for Treatment Resistant Depression

 

12603 Southwest Freeway, Suite 510

Stafford, Texas 77477

(281) 494-4471

DrReading.com

 

Photography by Kelley Sweet Photography

Author: Living Magazine

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