Information About Psychiatry Services

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A psychiatric diagnostic evaluation is the first step in identifying a mental health illness or behavioral disorder and rendering a proper diagnosis.

General adult psychiatry focuses on the diagnosis, treatment, and management of mental disorders and conditions occurring in patients ages 18 and up.

Adolescent psychiatry focuses on the unique emotional, behavioral, cognitive, social, and mental health needs of patients ages 16 and up.

Medication management for mental health and substance use disorders allows us to monitor medication therapies to achieve intended therapeutic results.

Substance use disorders involve the repeated use of alcohol, opioids, or other substances and can impact a person's overall health and daily function.

Dual diagnosis is a term used to describe a condition where a mental illness and a substance use disorder are present in a person at the same time.

Lab tests, such as urinalysis and blood work, may be conducted to screen for drugs or to identify genetic markers before prescribing medications.

Weight management combines nutritional and exercise counseling, behavioral changes, and other factors to combat obesity and promote long-term health.

Individual and family therapy may include psychotherapy and cognitive behavioral therapy to improve a patient's well-being or familial relationships.

Cognitive behavioral therapy can help identify and change unhealthy thought patterns that negatively impact a person's mood, emotions, and behavior.

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