Psychiatry services offered in Doylestown and King Of Prussia, PA

Psychiatry specializes in treating every type of mental, emotional, and behavioral disorder with individualized care focused on each person’s unique mental health needs. At P.S. Psychiatry in Doylestown, Pennsylvania, Eileen Peirce, RN-BSN, PMHNP-CRNP, and the team offer comprehensive care to children, teens, and adults, helping each one understand and overcome their challenges. P.S. Psychiatry makes it easy to get mental health care with telehealth and in-person appointments. Call the office or request an appointment online today.

Psychiatry Q&A

What conditions does psychiatry treat?

P.S. Psychiatry offers mental health care to people from age 4 through adulthood. The providers combine empathy with advanced training in the challenges at every age, treating psychiatric conditions affecting children, teens, and adults, such as:

  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  • Bipolar disorder
  • Behavioral health disorders
  • Autism spectrum disorder (ASD)
  • Attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD)
  • Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD)
  • Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
  • Borderline personality disorder (BPD)

People of all ages can improve with individualized treatments like therapy, medication, and lifestyle modifications.

What should I know about pediatric psychiatry?

Parents often feel overwhelmed when their child struggles with disruptive emotions and behaviors. It’s hard to decide to seek psychiatric care, but you can find hope knowing that most children dramatically improve with treatment from the caring providers at P.S. Psychiatry.

The providers understand the nuances of children’s mental, behavioral, and developmental disorders. They have a natural ability to connect with children and use appropriate treatments for their age and developmental level.

What should I know about adolescent psychiatry?

Teens deal with incredible stress as they strive toward independence while managing peer pressure and hormonal changes. At this stage of life, they’re vulnerable to depression, anxiety, and eating disorders.

The adolescent specialists at P.S. Psychiatry have extensive experience communicating with teens and providing treatments that improve their mental wellness.

They also support parents, giving them practical tips for managing their teen and teaching them how to distinguish signs of mental health problems from typical teen behavior. Identifying signs is essential because many serious mental health illnesses begin in the teen years.

What should I know about adult psychiatry?

Nearly one-fourth of adults will struggle with a mental illness in their lifetime, and fewer than half seek help. Unfortunately, psychiatric disorders don’t improve on their own.

Your symptoms may come and go and range from mild to debilitating, but without care from P.S. Psychiatry, your mental health issues will keep affecting your daily life.

The adult psychiatric specialists at P.S. Psychiatry fully understand your challenges. They work closely with you, developing a tailored treatment plan that supports progress and restores balance in your life.

What should I know about geriatric psychiatry?

Older adults deal with common problems like depression and anxiety, but they also face a new set of challenges. They may grieve for the loss of family and friends, feel isolated, or worry about memory loss.

You don’t have to face these or other issues alone. Instead, you can depend on your P.S. Psychiatry provider for skilled care and personal attention.

Don’t wait to seek help for emotional or behavioral problems at any age. Call P.S. Psychiatry or request an in-person or telehealth appointment online today.