Areas of Practice
We treat all psychiatric and psychological conditions and all ages, with the exception of age-related cognitive disorders and dementias.
Whether you are concerned with your mood, urges, behaviors or relationships, or you just want another perspective on a diagnosed condition, we can help bring clarity to your concerns. We begin patient care with comprehensive screening tests and an in-person evaluation session.
Psychopharmacological services, also known as medication management services, involve a thorough review of medications, along with the potential benefits and side effects, based on your presentation, medical and psychiatric history. We partner with you to make sure your concerns and priorities are addressed when deciding which medication to use. When indicated, we also use psychogenetic testing.
INDIVIDUAL AND GROUP PSYCHOTHERAPY
Psychotherapy is a therapeutic relationship that takes many forms, including counseling, psychodynamic therapy and brief therapy interventions. We provide consultation and intervention for interpersonal conflict among families, couples, businesses and institutions. Besides individual therapy, we offer consultation and intervention for families, couples, and institutions.
TRANsCRANIAL MAGNETIC STIMULATION
TMS is a well-established and FDA-approved, non-pharmacological approach to treatment-resistant depression. TMS also benefits other psychiatric target symptoms, such as PTSD, anxiety and OCD. TMS requires an initial evaluation and involves a series of 30 daily treatments, approximately one hour each. Alpha stimulation—a smaller scale neuromodulatory technique—is available, as well.
These services are available and cost effective for individuals, families and businesses that require or prefer the highest level of psychiatrist involvement in treatment. They assure access to flexible and frequent appointments, as well as free communication between visits. Concierge services require a retainer fee equivalent to three months of services.
IN HOME SERVICES
These services are available on a case-by-case determination of need and best use. They are mostly recommended for younger children or families whose home environment is part of the assessment, for patients whose physical or psychological needs prevent the trip to the office, or for individuals with high privacy needs. The fees for such services are higher than in-office fees, as they require a considerably longer time and more intense psychiatrist involvement.
Phone consultation is available by appointment. Although there is value to all interactions, we recommend that the use of phone consultation is limited to special circumstances. We will evaluate each request and provide you with the best advice.