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Medication Management


Get comprehensive medication management services from our skilled provider. We prioritize your mental well-being by ensuring safe and effective medication use. Schedule a session to discuss your medication needs and optimize your treatment plan.

Insurances: Accepting, 1199SEIU, Aetna, All Savers Insurance, Cigna and Evernorth, Coventry, GEHA, Meritain Health, Optum, UMR, UnitedHealthcare UHC | UBH, US health Group. Others coming soon.

We currently do not accept Medicaid or Medicare.


SELF-PAY Pricing Examples: (not exact)


ADHD/Conduct management $185

Medicaid Sliding scale $80-$130

New Patient appointment $200

Follow up appointment $150

Conduct Disorders

  • physical aggression (such as cruelty toward animals, assault or rape).

  • violating others' rights (such as theft or vandalism).

  • lying or manipulation

  • delinquent behaviors (such as truancy or running away from home).

Depressive Symptoms

  • persistent feeling of sadness or loss of interest  

  • changes in sleep, appetite, energy level, concentration, daily behavior, or self-esteem

  • irritable, frustration, restles

  • angry outbursts

  • slowed thinking, speaking, or body movements

  • frequent thoughts of death

  • unexplained physical problems such as back pain or headaches

Anxiety Symptoms

  • trouble concentrating or making decisions.

  • feeling irritable, tense or restless.

  • experiencing nausea or abdominal distress.

  • having heart palpitations

  • sweating, trembling or shaking

  • trouble sleeping.

  • having a sense of impending danger, panic or doom.

Personality Disorder Symptoms

  • strange or unpredictable behavior.

  • suspicion and distrust 

  • taking risks.

  • extreme mood swings or emotional outbursts.

  • difficulty with relationships.

  • problems at school or work.

  • need for instant gratification 

Trauma Related Symptoms

  • changes in physical and emotional reactions

  • being easily startled or frightened.

  • always being on guard for danger.

  • self-destructive behavior, such as drinking too much or driving too fast.

  • trouble sleeping.

  • trouble concentrating.

  • irritability, angry outbursts or aggressive behavior.

  • overwhelming guilt or shame.

Bipolar Symptoms

  • extremely up, elated, irritable, or energized

  • down, sad, indifferent, hopeless

  • reduced need for sleep

  • loss of touch with reality

  • low motivation

  • suicidal thoughts

  • anger

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