Current research has shown that, in many cases, a combination of psychotropic medications and psychotherapy gives patients the best result. Medications can sometimes help alleviate symptoms more quickly, thus giving the person a chance to improve their symptoms while undergoing psychotherapy at the same time.
Combining these treatment programs can provide improvement in symptoms, teach the skills that will allow you to cope with or change your symptoms, and help you feel better. Furthermore, psychotherapy gives you the tools to cope if symptoms arise again.
Questions about whether you’ll benefit the most from medication, therapy, or a combination of the two, are best answered by working with a member of our therapeutic team.
We provide the following services:
- Psychiatric Evaluations
- Psychiatric Consultations
- Medication and Medication Management