Psychotherapy is a form of treatment that focuses on relieving emotional distress and mental health disorders. There are a variety of modalities a therapist can use when treating a patient. Some of these modalities include: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT), psychodynamic therapy, and more. Psychotherapy may include individual, couples, families and groups.
We treat psychological problems through communication and relationship factors between a patient and a trained mental health professional. Psychotherapy teaches you how to take control of your life and respond to challenging situations by learning healthy coping skills. There are many types of psychotherapy, and the right type for you depends on your individual situation, preferences and needs.
Psychotherapy can be useful for treating many mental health disorders, including:
Not everyone who benefits from psychotherapy has a mental illness. Psychotherapy can also help you with:
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Treatment begins with an initial evaluation by one of our experienced providers. Recommendations may include therapy or medication evaluation and management.
Therapeutic treatment begins with an initial evaluation and recommendations, which often combine psychotherapy and medication for complete care, as well as specific exercise and relaxation techniques. Psychotherapy may include individual, group, or play therapy along with family involvement to enhance understanding and improve relationships.
Medication management is a method of engaging with patients and caregivers to create a complete, accurate medication list, which is the foundation for addressing medication problems. It aims to ensure the health of individuals and manage their health care costs. Medication management can also result in less money being spent on emergency room visits and hospital stays, as well as reduced illnesses and deaths due to medication noncompliance or negative drug interactions.
TMS or transcranial magnetic stimulation is a noninvasive procedure that uses magnetic fields to stimulate nerve cells in the brain and improve symptoms of depression. TMS is typically used when other depression treatments fail. TMS treatment often involves delivering repetitive magnetic pulses, known as repetitive TMS or rTMS.
Telepsychiatry is the application of telemedicine to the field of psychiatry. It is the delivery of psychiatric assessment and care using telecommunications technology, such as videoconferencing to provide health care from a distance.
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We’re honored to have had the opportunity to use TMS Therapy to help our patients, and we look forward to being able to provide another one million treatments!
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