Medications are an important part of the management of mental health conditions. Mind and Mood Mental Health, LLC practices evidence based medicine and prescribes medications as needed. Decisions on which medications are appropriate are based on symptoms, diagnosis, and a focus on patient well-being. When it comes to psychiatric medications, no single prescription works for all patients. Call our office or book online to schedule a medication management appointment.
What is medication management?
As psychiatrists, we take an evidence-based approach when it comes to treatment and use medications as a pivotal part of our practice to provide the most individualized care to each of our patients.
Medications provide benefit to patients struggling with a variety of mental health conditions, both acute and chronic. Your psychiatrist will work with each patient to devise an appropriate treatment plan and chose the best medication and dosage to control symptoms.
What conditions benefit from medication management?
Mind and Mood Mental Health, LLC provides medication management for a variety of conditions including:
Attention-deficit/hyperactive disorder (ADHD)
Obsessive-compulsive Disorder (OCD)
Post-traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
What can I expect from medication management?Each patient will receive a personalized treatment plan working with the physician. Based on your personal goals and symptoms, we will choose the appropriate medication regimen.
When starting a new medication, you will meet regularly with your psychiatrist to monitor symptoms and side effects so that medication and dosage changes can be made if needed. Once a stable medication and dosage is reached, appointments can be further spaced out.
Though medications play a significant role in the management of mental health conditions, the psychiatrists at Mind and Mood Mental Health, LLC find that patient’s received the most benefit from medication when combined with therapy.
Depression is a kind of mood disorder commonly treated at Mind and Mood Mental Health, LLC. While most people feel sad from time to time, those with depression experience consistent feelings of sadness or irritability. To schedule a consultation appointment, call our office or book an appointment online.