What you can expect
A targeted but thorough evaluation that will span more than one session
A clear working diagnosis and, if indicated, medication recommendations and their FDA and non-FDA indications for use as well as risks.
Our providers will contact you every month or more frequently to monitor medication response and side effects.
Follow-up will be completed with a combination of live video, phone calls or secure messaging depending primarily on the clinical need, with attention paid as well to convenience.
Psychotherapy as part of your care and medications
Medical work up as part of your care such as blood testing, brain imagigng, electrocardiogram, etc. if indicated
Collaboration with your other doctors
Patient Services (We only treat Patients in New York State)
Psychotherapy - where people can improve their lives by working out their psychological and emotional problems in a one-to-one relationship with a therapist.
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia (CBT-I)
Insignt Oriented Therapy
Informed Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT)
Nightmare Rehearsal Therapy
General Psychiatric Management (GPM)
Acceptance Commitment Therapy
Exposure Response Therapy
Second opinion evaluations for diagnosis and treatment
Parent Counseling - designed for parents who need advice and guidance in dealing with their children.
Psychological Testing - psychological assessment services for adult problems with cognition
Medications - psychopharmacological treatments both FDA approved and non-FDA approved
Genetic testing for medications - non-invasive testing and interpretation to help unlock what your body needs to feel better, faster.
Professional Services (New York State Only)
Second opinion consultations for psychopharmacological treatments, and clinical diagnosis
Psychiatric treatment consultant for other physicians, social workers, psychologists
Affiliate relationships for outpatient primary care services with a Memorandum of Agreement (MOA)
Emergency support and coverage for private and clinic-based practices