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We serve children ages four and up, adolescents, and adults.

We provide Diagnosis, Treatment, and Management of a vast array of clinical presentations and lifestyle issues. We can prescribe medications as indicated.

Addiction

Depression-perinatal depression

Psychosis- schizophrenia

Trauma

Relationship issues

ADHD

Bipolar and other mood disorders

Insomnia

Anxiety-PTSD, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder

Grief

Types of Visits

Initial Psychiatric Evaluation

This is a new patient visit. Information is obtained from a new patient or his/her informant in order to arrive at or maintain a diagnosis. The evaluation includes social and biographical information, direct observations, and data from specific psychological tests.

Follow Up Medication Management Visits

This an established patient visit. Current treatment plans and new symptoms will be assessed, Updates on the client’s medical profile will be made; taking into consideration, any newly diagnosed illness, as well as new social information.

Telepsychiatry

Telepsychiatry is the delivery of services through an electronic device. For example, a client is able to view and communicate with a provider through his or her cellphone. Please note that certain criteria has to be met in order to visit your provider remotely.

Referrals

Studies suggest that therapy be aligned with most psychiatric medication management in order to optimize the client’s outcome. As indicated, the said client may be referred to a therapist/psychologist for in-depth therapy and/or a therapeutic process.

House Calls

A service whereby a psychiatric provider manages a clients treatment plan by making visits to the said clients home.

Some signs you may need a mental health consultation

Loss of interest

Taking more dangerous risk

Using alcohol and drugs to escape

Severe decline in school performance

Excessive worry anxiety

Feeling worthless

Persistent nightmares

Hyperactivity or fidgety

Doing ordinary things get harder

Withdrawal or feeling overwhelmed

Changes in sleep and/or eating

Poor grades despite strong efforts

Refusal to go school

Recurring thoughts of suicide or death

Frequent temper tantrums, irritability, or sadness

“When We Identify Our Patterns, We Can Change Our Lives.”