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Psychiatric Services

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Psychiatry is the branch of medicine focused on the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of mental, emotional and behavioral disorders. Our psychiatric staff perform a full range of medical laboratory and psychological tests which, combined with discussions with patients, help provide a picture of a patient’s physical and mental state. At Jade, our team will understand the complex relationship between your emotional state, other medical illnesses, and the relationships with genetics and family history, to evaluate medical and psychological data, to make a diagnosis, and to work with patients to develop treatment plans through the use of psychiatric medical management.

Psychology Versus Psychiatry

Psychiatrists are trained medical doctors and therefore can prescribe medications whereas psychologists focus extensively on psychotherapy and treating emotional and mental suffering in patients with behavioral intervention. Psychiatrists focus primarily on medication management and its treatment effectiveness. 

As a medical doctor, a psychiatrist is qualified to prescribe medications to treat an array of mental health disorders including depression, schizophrenia, bi-polar disorder, anxiety, insomnia, and attention deficit / hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). All mental health conditions requiring medication as part of the management would fall to a psychiatrist. However, combining medication with therapy can have improved results. The American Psychological Association adopted a resolution citing more than 50 peer-reviewed studies indicating While medication is appropriate in some instances, research shows that a combination of medication and psychotherapy is often most effective in treating depression and anxiety. 

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Details On Our Psychiatric Treatment

Our comprehensive diagnostic approach to addressing your mental health allows us to better understand the root of the problems you’ve been experiencing. We are dedicated to developing the most detailed and accurate reflection of your current and historical symptoms to create a customized treatment plan that starts you on the road to recovery.

Our patient centered care approach focuses on the importance of treatment relationships in which providers understand and respond to their clients’ needs, values, and preferences, and from these understandings, come to a mutual understanding of the problems and issues under consideration (). Second, it encourages the practitioner to invite the patient to take an active role in making medical decisions through a collaborative partnership with the provider. 

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Know the Facts:

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NCBI highlights a study reported by , where 30% of people surveyed over a 12-month period, and 50% of the population over the lifespan, met diagnostic criteria for a mental disorder.

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 reported that only 52% of people diagnosed with major depressive disorder in the past 12 months received treatment and the treatment received was judged to be adequate in only 42% of cases.

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The American Psychological Association adopted a resolution citing more than 50 peer-reviewed studies indicating While medication is appropriate in some instances, research shows that a combination of medication and psychotherapy is often most effective in treating depression and anxiety. 

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