Curated Mental Health

Intensive Outpatient Treatment Sessions

Evaluation and Management with Psychotherapy Sessions-Individual

An evaluation-and-management session refers to a medical consultation or examination where a healthcare provider assesses a patient’s condition to diagnose and manage their mental health needs. This session involves reviewing the patient’s medical history, performing a physical examination, and discussing symptoms and treatment options. These sessions ensure proper diagnosis, treatment, and management of mental health conditions, as they help healthcare providers make continuous and informed decisions about patient care.

Psychopharmacology (Medication Management) Sessions

Psychopharmacology is the study of how drugs impact mental, emotional, and behavioral processes. It focuses on understanding how various substances affect different areas of the brain and nervous system, including drugs of abuse. Psychopharmacology also involves the use of pharmacological agents in treating mental disorders. For instance, antipsychotic drugs are used to treat acute or chronic schizophrenia. While these drugs do not cure mental disorders, they can provide significant relief from symptoms when used appropriately. 

Psychotherapy Sessions-Group

Treatment of psychological problems in which two or more participants interact with each other on both an emotional and a cognitive level in the presence of one or more psychotherapists who serve as catalysts, facilitators, or interpreters. The approaches vary, but in general they aim to provide an environment in which problems and concerns can be shared in an atmosphere of mutual respect and understanding. Group therapy seeks to enhance self-respect, deepen self-understanding, and improve interpersonal relationships.

Interventional Treatments

Other treatments as clinically indicated