Group Therapy

Group therapy can be very enlightening. It allows individuals to come together with a common goal to improve their lives in one way or another.
We offer a pregnancy program covering 1st trimester to birth. Covering both mental and physical changes throughout pregnancy.

“I’m pregnant, now what?”

Including various groups
  • Mood disorder Groups
  • Women’s support Groups
  • Trauma Groups

Support is giving and received from others all under the care of a trained group therapist. 

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Individual Therapy

We have various experienced and specialized trained clinicians including an MD, Psychiatric NPs, LCSW, and LPCs.  Our staff provides a personalized plan of care and approach for each client.

It is our goal to provide an appointment within 7 to 15 days for perinatal mood disorder.

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Medication Management

We offer medication consultation and treatment.  Medication may be supplemented by psychotherapy through our clinic therapist or therapist within the committee.

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Diagnostic Evaluation

We provide comprehensive psychiatric evaluations.  We take pride in taking the time with our patients in helping them to understand their diagnosis and options of care.   

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Postpartum Depression

This type of depression may occur after having a baby. It usually occurs immediately after your pregnancy and you can feel its effects for the first year or longer. It can cause you to feel sad or hopeless. If this sounds like something you are experiencing, we can help.

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Postpartum Psychosis

This is a rare but serious psychiatric emergency shortly after child birth characterized by mood change, racing thoughts, depression, severe confusion, paranoia, hallucinations, delusions, and more. If you or someone you know may be suffering from these symptoms, contact us immediately.

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Psychiatric disorders during pregnancy

Treatment of mood disorders during pregnancy is complicated by the potential risk of fetal exposure to medications. These risks of medication exposure must be weighed against the risk of untreated mood disorders.

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Psychosis are symptoms that can be caused by a variety of mental illness conditions. They are characterized by delusions, hallucinations, untrue, strange beliefs or other symptoms that basically cause a person to lose touch with reality.

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Mood Disorders

Mood disorders, otherwise known as mood (affective disorders), are a grouping of conditions where a disturbance in a person’s mood is one of the main characteristics. There are several conditions that can have this grouping ranging in severity from not serious to serious.

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Post-Traumatic Stress disorder can be experience by any person exposed to trauma directly or indirectly.  Trauma being that of death, threatened death, actual or threatened serious injury, or actual or threatened sexual violence.

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