Psychiatry for Adults, Teens & Children
Lower Anxiety &
ADHD & OCD Testing
Are You Or Your Child Overwhelmed By:
Behavior At School & Academics?
Withdrawal & Isolation?
Big Emotions That Need To be Managed?
We believe everyone deserves to be mentally and emotionally supported regardless of past-decisions or current life circumstances.
PSYCHIATRIC SERVICES CAN HELP WITH:
(Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder)
(Oppositional defiant disorder)
(Disruptive mood dysregulation disorder)
(Post Traumatic Stress Disorder)
Autism Spectrum Disorder
An Adolescent & Child Psychiatrist Can Help:
Lower Their Anxiety
Regulate Big Emotions
Increase Focus & School Performance
A Psychiatrist Can Help Adults:
Lower Anxiety & Worry
Increase Work Productivity
Make Clear Life Decisions
HERE’S HOW WE CAN HELP YOU:
This is typically a 1 hour long appointment to discuss your needs and goals. When working with minors, the parents are present in this evaluation.
These are typically ½ hour appointments reviewing the progress of the goals and to make any medication adjustments.
Begin To Enjoy
We work with individuals and families to support healthy lives & relationships so they can enjoy life together.
PSYCHIATRIC EVALUATIONS FOR ADULTS & CHILDREN:
ADHD | DMM | ODD | PTSD
Bipolar | Depression
Screening for Autism Spectrum Disorder
And referral for diagnostic evaluation
COMMON QUESTIONS ABOUT OUR CHILD PSYCHIATRY SERVICES:
WHAT DOES TESTING FOR ADHD LOOK LIKE?
Testing for ADHD is a one to two-month process and can be broken down in 3 steps.
STEP 1: A comprehensive assessment which lasts about 1 1/2 hours with both the child and caregivers.
STEP 2: Forms to be filled out by the child’s teachers and relevant school officials.
STEP 3: The child and parent will return for a final evaluation and determine the best treatment plan moving forward.
WHAT DOES PSYCHIATRY SERVICES COST?
WHICH INSURANCE DO YOU ACCEPT FOR PSYCHIATRY?
We work with a wide variety of insurance companies, HMO networks, and Medicaid. We also accept self-pay clients.
We are always expanding our network.
WHAT’S THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN A PEDIATRIC PSYCHIATRIST AND A ADOLESCENT PSYCHIATRIST?
Pediatrics typically cover children ages 0-20 and adolescents are typically considered children ages 10-19. So, there is a lot of overlap between the two. We see all children at La Plata Family Therapy.
HOW LONG WILL I OR MY CHILD BE ON MEDICATION?
It just depends. There are so many variables that affect a child’s mental health it’s difficult to give a definitive answer. Every child is different which is why we have a thorough evaluation to develop a treatment plan.
There is ongoing communication between the caregivers and the psychiatric nurse on the child’s progress. When it is agreed that the goals and concerns have been fully addressed, it is time to graduate AND celebrate!