Register on our patient portal to check your insurance, get matched with a provider, and view real-time provider availability
Know what you will be billed before your first appointment. Meet with your provider who will review mental and physical aspects of your health to determine a diagnosis
Your licensed clinician will create a treatment plan to help you achieve your long and short term goals
Therapy appointments are every week or every other week, and medication follow ups are every month or two
Psychologists are doctorate-level clinicians who can conduct testing to validate a diagnosis of mental illness. As part of a care team, their reports provide valuable insight into a client’s condition that providers otherwise would not have. They can also conduct psychotherapy.
Our trained team of Marriage and Family Therapists (MFT’s) use psychotherapy and their understanding of family systems to diagnose and treat mental and emotional disorders within the context of relationships in your life and your relationship with yourself.
Our board certified psychiatrists are medical doctors (trained as an M.D. (Doctor of Medicine). or D.O. (Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine)), who have completed medical school, and then completed residency training in psychiatry. Psychiatrists are able to assess both the mental and physical aspects of psychological problems, and are able to prescribe medications to treat mental illnesses.
Psychiatric mental health nurses are nurses who have received specialized training in treating mental illnesses. They are able to provide medications and psychotherapy as part of your overall treatment plan, similar to our psychiatrists.
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