Q. What do I need to bring with me to my first visit?

A- Insurance card, patient forms found on our Form's page.

Q- How long do I have to wait to be seen?

A- We try to have very little wait time for your convenience.

Q- What typs of insurance do you accept?

A- We accept a large variety of insurance plans. Please click here to view our accepted insurance list.


Q- Why is my child not doing well in school?

A- Your child may need some testing.

Q- I feel sad, tired and I do not have energy. Is that normal?

A- No, If you have these feeling for a long period of time, you may be suffering from depression or other mood disorders.

Q- I am have trouble with my child. Do you do therapy for children?

A- Yes, our psychiatrist is specialized in child, and adolescent psychiatry.

Q- My teen got distant all of a sudden. Do I need to schedule a doctor's appointment for her/him?

A- YES, your child’s sudden changes are red flags that he/ she maybe going through some difficulties.

Q- I get very worried for no apparent reason. Is there something that I can do?

A- This may be a sign of anxiety, you may need therapy and medication to treat it.

Q- How do you know if you need to see a psychiatrist, therapist, counselor or psychotherapist?

A- If you're interested or curious, just go. People go to therapy for a host of reasons -- anything from getting support, to getting help for major mental illness, to working through a particular issue(s), to just getting an outsider's perspective on the issue(s), to thinking about questions of meaning, etc.

The information on this website is for information but not intended to be a diagnoses or a treatment.Proper diagnoses and treatment require entering into a psychiatrist-patient relationship and the specialized care that would follow.