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At Psychiatric and Medical Patient Services, we provide assessment and treatment for psychiatric and mental conditions such as depression, anxiety, stress-related disorders, sleep disorders, psychotic disorders, adjustment to trauma, diabetes, hypertension, and psychological issues related to medical conditions

Medication Management

The goal of medication management is to match a person with the best possible medication by balancing the medicine’s benefit with the risk of side effects. How it works: The first step is a detailed patient assessment conducted by a psychiatrist or a psychiatric nurse practitioner. After the assessment and medication history, the psychiatrist or nurse practitioner will prescribe medication to improve the patient’s symptoms. Then, the psychiatrist or nurse practitioner will monitor the individual’s symptoms closely, follow up regularly and adjust medication as needed.

Psychiatric Evaluations

A psychiatric evaluation is a clinical interview that comprises the first visit to a psychiatrist or nurse practitioner. Its purpose is to see if you are experiencing a mental health problem. The provider observes and measures a client’s behaviors, thoughts, and emotions to determine a diagnosis and appropriate treatment plan.

Psychotic Disorders

Psychotic disorders are severe mental disorders in which a person exhibit abnormal thinking and perceptions. Person appear severely confused and loses touch with reality. When a psychotic episode occurs, a person becomes unsure about what is real and what isn’t real and usually experiences hallucinations, delusions, off-the-wall behavior, chaotic speech and incoherency.

Depression and Anxiety

Depression is more than just feeling down or having a bad day. When a sad mood lasts for a long time and interferes with normal, everyday functioning, you may be depressed. Many people who experience depression also have other mental health conditions. Anxiety disorders often go hand in hand with depression. People who have anxiety disorders struggle with intense and uncontrollable feelings of anxiety, fear, worry, and/or panic. These feelings can interfere with daily activities and may last for a long time.

Stress-Related Disorder

Trauma and Stress-related disorders are a group of psychiatric disorders that arise following a response to both short and long-term anxiety due to physical, mental, or emotional stress. These disorders can include, but are not limited to obsessive-compulsive disorder and posttraumatic stress disorder.

Individual Psychotherapy

Individual psychotherapy is a short-term, solution-focused therapy to help people facing a particular challenge. There are many different styles of therapy, but all of them center around helping the client reach his or her goals such as thoughts, disappointments, emotions, behavior patterns, and experiences. Therapy can help individuals who have been diagnosed with a mental health disorder as well as people who are working through a distressing life event or situation. Patients meet weekly with a therapist to learn strategies and skills that will help them cope with particular issues. How it works: • Therapy is structured as a series of weekly appointments for up to 12 weeks total. • During the initial meeting, the therapist and patient work together to set goals. • Then, the therapist uses an evidence-based, solution-focused counseling approach that may include cognitive behavioral therapy, motivational interviewing, skill building, mindfulness and other techniques.

Psychological Support

Psychosocial support is any support that people receive to protect or promote their psychological wellbeing. It covers the treatment and prevention of psychiatric disorders such as depression, anxiety, and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)

Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation

Transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) is a noninvasive brain stimulation therapy used for the treatment of people with severe depression whose illness has not been helped by any antidepressant medication

Geropsychiatry Services

Geriatric psychiatrists focus on the evaluation, prevention, evaluation, diagnosis and treatment of mental and emotional disorders in the elderly. It also covers the improvement of psychiatric care for healthy and ill elderly patients

Women's Group Therapy

Women's therapy group is a form of therapy to help women change their attitudes and behaviors of helplessness and dependency. The goals is to encourage self-understanding, self-acceptance, and growth in a safe, nurturing, and confidential environment

Diet Modification

Diet modification is the process of overseeing and managing the food intake/ nutrition of a patient, understanding the patient's mental health situation and effect of some diet on the mental health situation

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We provide physical services in clinic visits and online services via our tele-health services