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The medication management service is a medical intervention used to reduce and stabilize and/or eliminate psychiatric symptoms, including depression, anxiety, forgetfulness, and poor sleeping habits.

Our practice can provide a complete list of mental and behavioral health care services at your disposal to help you understand your emotions and thoughts and treat them effectively. Our care teams also include psychiatrists, specially trained professionals that provide mental health care services for your needs and conditions. We will help you by coordinating with your sessions, giving you the most optimal psychiatric treatments, and managing your conditions with proficient coping mechanisms and techniques so you can live a better life.

Our Psychiatric Services

Our psychiatric services reach out beyond what therapists can provide by diagnosing mental disorders and prescribing medical treatments. Psychiatrists are medical doctors who can write a prescription for psychotropic medications and monitor the signs of mental illness on other physical conditions during treatment. Other psychiatric practitioners can also perform psychotherapy services, such as one-on-one, group therapy, and cognitive-behavioral therapy.

When it comes to our services, our therapists and psychiatrists work together to provide treatment for our clients. Our psychiatrists will interview you and learn about your medical history and symptoms related to your mental disorder. Conducting a complete psychiatric evaluation will allow our psychiatrists and other professionals to determine your mental health, test for abnormalities in brain function, and diagnose and design a treatment approach for effective care.

Some of the conditions that our psychiatrists treat include:

  • Depression
  • Anxiety and panic disorders
  • Bipolar disorders
  • PTSD
  •  Learning disabilities
  • Schizophrenia
  • Substance abuse disorders
  • Cognitive disorders
  • Personality disorders

When it comes to our treatments, our psychiatrists can treat mental disorders depending on the condition and symptoms experienced, through the following treatments:

  • Individual therapy
  • DBT
  • Behavioral therapy
  • Educational services
  • Integrative medicine
  • Medications

Common Questions about Psychiatry Services

What questions should I ask my psychiatrist? – If your psychiatrist prescribes medication, ask questions about what the medication is, what to do if you miss a dose, what the side effects are with the medication, and other instructions regarding the medication. During therapy sessions, ask about the techniques they will use and what their goals are in treatment.

How do I refill my medication? – Call your psychiatrist to obtain information about refilling your medication. If you’re unable to reach your psychiatrist, call your pharmacy to get a one-time refill for treatment.

What do I do if I’m experiencing a life-threatening emergency? – If you’re experiencing an emergency related to your mental health and your medication, call 911. If you’re experiencing suicidal ideation and thinking about suicide, please call the national suicide prevention hotline at 1-800-273-8255.

How We Can Help with Psychiatric Care

Our psychiatrists can help with the most debilitating conditions by approaching them with a medical standard of care. Our teams work together to provide comprehensive treatment for mental disorders. Our goals as a practice are to help our clients understand their emotions and thoughts, use coping techniques to recognize patterns and stabilize the minds of our clients through effective medication.