Mental Health Services

Mental Health medication management with Your well-being in Mind! 

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A complete assessment can help determine the role medication may play in alleviating symptoms of various disorders. Medication can be used to treat anxiety, depression, trauma symptoms, ADHD, and more. In-office and virtual visits available.
We accept the following insurance: Aetna, Cigna, Oscar Health, Oxford, Traditional Medicare and United Healthcare. Additionally, self-pay is always an option!


Depression is an illness that negatively affects the way you feel, think, and act. It causes a loss of interest in activities that were once enjoyable, feelings of sadness, changes in appetite, and difficulty thinking along with other symptoms. Depression symptoms can vary from mild to severe, however, even the most serious cases can be helped if treated. 


Under stress and difficult situations, anxiety is a normal reaction. It can help us become alert and attentive. However, excessive fear and anxiety can interfere with our daily lives. Anxiety disorders are very common & there are various treatments available.

Obsessive compulsive disorder

OCD is characterized by having unwanted persistent thoughts/urges to complete specific actions and rituals. Living with OCD can vary from person to person, but it can affect self-confidence, social life, school, and work. Therapy, medication, and self-care strategies are a few options to treat OCD.

Sleep Disorders

Sleep difficulties are linked to emotional and physical problems. They often occur along with anxiety and depression. Without proper sleep, the brain is unable to function properly. Irritability, fatigue, and lack of energy are just a few of the consequences linked with sleep disorders.


Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder includes the inability to focus, hyperactivity, and impulsivity. Typically diagnosed as a child, but it can be present at any age; often missed or misdiagnosed. Its not something that will spontaneously disappear, however ADHD can be improved with treatment.