What Recovery Day Means to Me: Holly Kinget, MD


There are many lives and many paths to healing. I have found hope in my path to healing others through my work here at Pathlight. By being given the opportunity to be able to hear patients’ stories, I’m able to understand them wholly, and I’m able to hear things from their perspective.  

It is by knowing my patients wholly that I’m able to guide treatment. By always keeping an open mind, and being optimistic about my patients, I hope to instill a sense of hope for their wellness and future. 

I feel that I’m given the opportunity every day to be able to see these changes.  

My name is Dr. Holly Kinget, and I am a psychiatrist in Round Rock, Texas. 


About Recovery Day  

On Recovery Day we celebrate the hard work of seeking recovery & mental health. Recovery Day’s theme, “Many Lives, Many Paths to Healing” allows each of us to celebrate where we are on our own mental health journey. Some of our paths feel barricaded by trees and roots, while others of us see more clear trail markers to our destination. And yet here we are to celebrate another year. The path of you. The path of me. The courage that it has taken to continue on this journey and those who have supported the path to recovery along the way.

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