Exploring SPRAVATO®, a Nasal Treatment for Depression, at Compassionate Psychiatric Services in Southlake, Texas

SPRAVATO® nasal spray is a different kind of medication taken with an oral antidepressant for adults with treatment-resistant depression – a first in decades approved by the FDA. SPRAVATO® works differently than other medications to target treatment-resistant depression.

If you’ve struggled with depression and tried two or more antidepressants* in your current episode without adequate relief, talk to us to see if you have treatment-resistant depression.


SPRAVATO® is a prescription medicine, used along with an antidepressant taken by mouth, for treatment-resistant depression (TRD) in adults. It cannot be purchased at a pharmacy. To support the safe and appropriate use of SPRAVATO™, it is given at certified SPRAVATO™ treatment centers. This could be a different location than your regular doctor’s office. We are a certified SPRAVATO™ treatment center.

The are many the potential benefits of SPRAVATO® for individuals dealing with conditions like obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) and pain management. Our specialists can assess whether SPRAVATO® is a suitable option for your specific mental health needs.

Your personalized treatment plan will be tailored to address your SPRAVATO® dosage, unique symptoms, and challenges.

SPRAVATO® Insurance Coverage:

Determine if your insurance covers SPRAVATO® treatment. Our team is experienced in working with various insurance providers, including In Network over 30 Insurance companies for your coverage.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ's) About SPRAVATO®

Common questions and concerns about SPRAVATO®, including potential side effects. Our specialists are available to address any queries you may have about this revolutionary nasal treatment for depression.

Delivered through nasal spray SPRAVATO® is an FDA-approved prescription medication tailored for treatment-resistant depression. It strives to offer quick relief for physical and emotional symptoms that have not responded to other treatments.

Yes, SPRAVATO® is a controlled substance. It’s classified by the FDA as a Schedule Three (III) drug. This means that SPRAVATO® is accepted for medical use but has a high risk of dependence. SPRAVATO® has the potential to be misused. Our specialists closely monitor its use during in-office sessions, ensuring it remains the most suitable treatment option for you.

TRD is a type of depression that hasn’t improved after you’ve tried at least two different antidepressant medications. Your doctor will determine if you have TRD based on your use of other antidepressants.

SPRAVATO® is administered in-office only. Patients will utilize the nasal spray under supervision. Patients can stay in our SPRAVATO® room for up to two hours to ensure their comfort and safety. Compassionate Psychiatric Services offers reclining and massage chairs to ensure the experience is as comfortable as possible. We follow COVID-19 CDC guidelines for social distancing and cleaning procedures to ensure the safety of our patients and staff.

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Schedule an appointment to explore SPRAVATO® as a potential solution for your mental health journey. If you or a loved one are interested in seeing if you are qualified for SPRAVATO® treatments, give our office a call today at 469-200-4093

SPRAVATO® targets the N-methyl-D-aspartate (NMDA) receptor and is believed to work differently than currently available oral antidepressants. The exact way that SPRAVATO® works is unknown. SPRAVATO® is taken with an oral antidepressant.

We conduct a thorough psychiatric evaluation to determine if SPRAVATO® is the right fit for you. This includes discussing your symptoms, medical history, and current treatment plan with our specialists. Consider lifestyle changes, counseling sessions, and pharmacogenomic testing as additional options to complement SPRAVATO®.

If you're experiencing symptoms such as hopelessness, lack of motivation, ongoing sadness, anxiety, or thoughts of suicide, SPRAVATO® might be a viable option. Your psychiatrist may explore various treatments, including oral medications, psychotherapy, and lifestyle changes, before recommending SPRAVATO®.

You should not expect the treatment on your first visit. You will be able to discuss the REMS program, insurance matters, scheduling, and treatment day preparation. You’ll need to plan rides to and from the certified SPRAVATO® treatment center as you will not be able to drive, operate machinery or do anything where you need to be completely alert until the day after a treatment session, following a restful sleep. You may want to bring a book, a relaxing playlist, or another form of entertainment for the session because your healthcare provider will monitor you for at least two hours after treatment.

Compassionate Psychiatric Services range from anxiety, depression, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), addiction, trauma, eating disorders to numerous other mental health conditions and are offered to all our patients in the following city locations: Grapevine, Trophy Club, Flower Mound, Bedford, Keller, Roanoke, Coppell, Euless, Hurst, Double Oak, Watauga, Bartonville, North Richland Hills, Lewisville, Copper Canyon, Highland Village, Haltom City, Argyle, Hickory Creek, Justin, Lake Sallas, Farmers Branch, Irving, Carrollton, Arlington, Saginaw, Northlake, Corinth, Grand prairie, Pantego, Dal Worthington Gardens, Shady Shores. The Colony, Addison, Sansom Park, Eagle Mountain, Fort Worth, River Oaks, Ponder, Denton, Little Elm, Oak Point, Pecan Acres and Forest Hill.

If you're ready to explore SPRAVATO® as a nasal treatment for depression, contact Compassionate Psychiatric Services in Southlake, TX. Call us today or schedule an appointment online to take the first step towards a journey of improved mental health.

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