Psychiatric Services Offered
A psychiatric evaluation is made based on behaviors present and in relation to physical, genetic, environmental, social, cognitive (thinking), emotional, and educational parts that may be affected as a result of these behaviors.
Medication management sessions focus on assessing and evaluating a patient’s response to counseling or medications that may have been initiated or continued by your provider on your previous visit.
Telemedicine is a health care option that allows you to talk to your provider and receive psychiatric services virtually. You talk to your provider via telephone or video chat.
Psychiatric Treatment Specialities
ADHD, or attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder, is an increasingly common neurodevelopmental condition. It affects thought and emotional processing and responses to the environment.
Depression affects an individual’s physical and mental wellness, distorting their thoughts, behavior, and mood, usually with a feeling of sadness. Major Depression, also known as Major Depressive Disorder (MDD), includes additional, more severe symptoms.
Anxiety on its own is a common feeling of uneasiness, distress, worry, apprehension or fear. We all experience anxiety at some point in our lives. If these feelings escalate to interfere with daily life, then, this may be a sign of an anxiety disorder.
Insomnia is often defined as the inability to fall asleep, or difficulty staying asleep. Insomnia can be a symptom of another disorder (secondary insomnia), a disorder of its own (primary insomnia), or be seen independent of another presented disorder (co-morbid).Photo By: Steve Snodgrass, CC BY 2.0