Adult Psychiatric Services

Adult Psychiatry located in Doylestown and King Of Prussia, PA

Online Therapy
Managing Mental Health in Adults

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Being an adult living with mental health issues can be overwhelming. Many adults are grappling with these struggles and don't know where to go for help or are suddenly filled with anxiety at the thought of speaking to a psychiatrist. However, finding the right adult psychiatry services could be key to making progress and restoring balance in your life. At P. S. Psychiatry, our adult psychiatry services provide the support and guidance you need to manage your mental health. We offer personalized care that is tailored to your unique needs, and we work closely with you to ensure that you receive the treatment you need.

Adult Psychiatry
Online Therapy
The Adult Mental Health Treatment you Deserve

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Adult psychiatry is a tested means of addressing a variety of psychological issues – from mundane stress to significant neurological conditions including bipolar disorder and schizophrenia. If you are dealing with persistent issues that are impacting your daily life, tapping into the resources available can be the solution that could help put an end to your discomfort. Our P.S. Psychiatry Providers have observed consistent results in controlling depression and anxiety through medication, breathing techniques, lifestyle modifications, and other approaches. If any of these symptoms sound familiar, our adult psychiatric services may be able to help you. There's no harm in reaching out for support, and it could be precisely what your mind and body require to thrive.

Online Therapy
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Through P.S. Psychiatry online providers, adults can receive specialized psychological assessments to accurately assess their individual needs and goals. Our online psychiatrists can provide psychoeducation on a range of topics, including communication skills, depression, anxiety, trauma, and grief. They also regularly provide evidence-based psychological interventions to help adults strengthen coping strategies and problem solving. Online psychiatry with P.S. Psychiatry offers comprehensive care for managing mental health in adults for better physical and emotional wellbeing.

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Frequently Asked Questions About Adult Psychiatric Services
Do you only provide mental health treatment with medication?
No, We don't just provide medication for mental health treatment - we also offer references to supportive counseling and therapy to help you get back to your best.
How does a psychiatrist diagnose adults?
When our adult psychiatrists are diagnosing a patient, they will typically conduct a full evaluation that includes psychiatric history and possibly using physical/medical tests to rule out any physiological issues. The psychiatrist may use self-report measures or psychological testing to assess the individual's mental health and to to gain insight into the client’s background, thoughts, feelings and behaviors. The evaluation also contains questions about current symptoms and functioning so that an appropriate diagnosis can be made.
What are the five most common mental illnesses treated by adult psychiatry?
Some of the most common conditions that adult mental health professionals encounter include depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, substance misuse, and schizophrenia.
What are the benefits of seeking treatment from a psychiatrist?
Because mental health is such an important factor in overall well-being, seeking treatment from a psychiatrist can bring many beneficial outcomes. The psychiatrist will evaluate the patient's needs and recommend evidence-based treatments such as medications, therapies, and lifestyle changes to address whatever issues they might have.
Are these psychiatric treatments covered by insurance?
P.S. Psychiatry is considered an out-of-network practice, meaning we do not participate in insurance plans. However, because of this, we are able to use whatever method of care works best for you without your insurance company rendering your care by deciding if your concern is serious enough for ongoing treatment.
Should I see a psychiatrist or a psychologist?

Psychiatrists are trained in the ability to assess, diagnose, treat mental illness, and prescribe medications if necessary. In contrast, psychologists are qualified to provide counseling. Psychologists do not have prescribing rights, but they can refer patients to psychiatrists for medication prescription if needed. Both options are proven very beneficial for your mental health, and are even better when you are seeing both so the practitioners are able to collaborate to provide you with the best care possible.

How often do you see a psychiatrist?
The frequency of visits with your P.S. Psychiatry provider is determined on a case-to-case basis and based on many variables that your provider can explain. Typically visits will be more frequent at the beginning and lessen over time when your condition is stable.
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