Specialties

ADHD

People with ADHD often struggle with starting tasks, staying focused, and keeping organized, which can impact their work and personal relationships. Despite being smart, some might not get diagnosed because they’ve managed well in school or work. Treatment aims to help them take control of their lives and includes medication, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), organizing strategies, and lifestyle changes like exercise and better sleep. The goal is to improve their ability to complete tasks, stay organized, and feel more confident in their abilities.

Autism

High-functioning autistics struggle with ADHD, anxiety, and feeling disconnected. Many are unaware they’re autistic, leading to challenges in social interactions and self-acceptance. Diagnosis, support, and lifestyle adjustments, including therapy and diet, can aid in embracing their identity and improving well-being.

LGBT+ Psychiatric Care

Therapy offers LGBT+ individuals a supportive space to explore identity, tackle stigma, and improve mental health through affirming practices and resilience-building, enhancing overall well-being. Medication may also help relieve symptoms of anxiety and depression. 

Appointment Types & Fees

Appointment to assess and document mental and physical health and history, establish diagnoses, and create an initial treatment plan together.

The typical follow-up appointment format, allowing sufficient time to discuss medication management, engage in psychotherapy, do pharmacogenetic testing, etc.

Brief follow up for clients who are stable on their current treatment plans and just need a focused visit to check in on treatment progress and make small adjustments as necessary.

This appointment type is used for testing and assessment of suspected autism and ADHD. A focused assessment of ADHD may require as few as one appointment, while a broader assessment of autism and ADHD may involve several appointments, based on your needs and preferences. 

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Next-day appointments often available.