OUR SERVICES

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We offer a wide range of mental health services for every season of life (starting at age 5) in a convenient Dayton, Ohio location.

What We Do

Psychiatric Assessment and Evaluation

A thorough psychiatric assessment will be performed at each initial appointment with your provider. This appointment duration is expected to be 60-90 minutes and will include but is not limited to: psychosocial evaluation, medical history, and current symptom presentation. A treatment plan will be developed collaboratively between the provider and the client. Medication(s), psychotherapy, and other potentially helpful treatments will be discussed at this time.

Medication Management

Psychopharmacology is the scientific study of the effects of drugs on the mind and behavior. Our dedicated Physician Assistants and Nurse Practitioners are trained to professionally assess, diagnose, plan, implement, and evaluate the outcomes of psychotropic medications regarding our client’s mental wellness.

Psychotherapy

Also known as “talk therapy.” Counseling/therapy can work alone, or in conjunction with medication management to achieve optimal mental health. Our compassionate certified therapists provide a safe environment for constructive dialogue. Psychotherapy helps clients develop the tools needed for stress and symptom management.

Pharmacogenomic Testing

By definition, Pharmacogenomic Testing is used to find out a person’s response to a specific medication. It is NOT used to replace therapeutic drug monitoring. This testing is only performed once as a client’s genetic makeup does not change over time. To perform this test, a saliva sample is collected and analyzed. Results typically available within 1-2 weeks.

*PLEASE REFER TO THE GENESIGHT WEBSITE LINK ABOVE FOR MORE INFORMATION ON PHARMACOGENOMIC TESTING.

Pediatric Services

The goal of pediatric psychology (which may include medication, psychotherapy, or a combination of both) is to promote the mental well-being and development of children, pre-teens, adolescents, and their families. This is generally achieved through evidence-based practice.