Both biological and environmental factors affect a person’s state of mental health. The combinations of biological and environmental factors differ from person to person and many individuals require treatment of the biological causes of their mental distress. Psychiatrists, in addition to having advanced mental health qualifications, are also trained, medical doctors. This allows psychiatrists to manage treatments that can incorporate both medication and other therapies.
I practice traditional psychotherapy, which is best known as talk, or cognitive behavioral therapy, to help you meet your mental health goals. This will include working together to identify your goals and evaluating your progress. Psychotherapy is great for a broad range of conditions and can be used on its own or in combination with medication when appropriate.
- Later-in-life Issues, Loneliness and Depression
- Relationship Issues
- Orthopedic and Rehabilitation Needs
- Chronic Illness
I will work in partnership with clients to determine if medication is an appropriate course of action in their care journey. As a medical doctor I am able to prescribe and manage medications used to treat mental health conditions.
- Bipolar Disorders
- Post Hospitalization Follow Up
In addition to seeing clients in person, I will continue to be available to clients through telehealth for those that find virtual appointments a better fit. I am here to help you in the format that provides you with the comfort and support that you need.
- Video Calls
- In Person
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Whether there’s a pressing need or a nagging feeling that something could be better, therapy is a great option for every stage of life. Let’s see if we’re a good fit!