Medication Management

For some individuals, a major aspect of the treatment process for mental health disorders at any is medication. While not right for everyone, psychotropic medications be a gamechanger for many who are struggling with mental health illnesses, such as schizophrenia or bipolar disorder. While medications don’t provide a cure, they treat symptoms that can be debilitating, helping get people back to functioning. If you are currently taking medication, or think you might need it, consulting with a qualified psychiatrist or a psychiatric mental health nurse practitioner if a great first step. Psychiatrist and psychiatric mental health nurse practitioner can prescribe medications and make sure that the medications you are taking are working effectively (and in some cases, they also provide therapy). Reach out to one of TherapyDen’s medication management experts today. 

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Support via psychiatric medications or natural alternatives based on your preference. As a holistic provider my practice is very individualized and not one-size-fits-all. I utilize the best of both conventional medications and alternative treatments, carefully choosing what will have the best effect with the lowest likelihood of negative side effects for your individual needs.

— Kim Salinger, Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner in San Rafael, CA

I have been working in behavioral health for 20+ years and 13+ years in psychiatry. I have a wide variety of experience and also have some specific interests and areas of expertise working with youth (14+) and adult.

— Chaney Reel Davis, Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner in PORTLAND, OR

My field experience combined with my mental health background allows me to provide culturally competent care. I want you to feel heard by someone who understands! Whether you are interested in medications or not, I am looking forward to connecting with you and partnering with YOU to help YOU achieve satisfaction and success in life, while ultimately feeling empowered in YOUR own wellness journey.

— Nataly Kuznetsov, PMHNP-BC, Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner in NAPA, CA

My field experience combined with my mental health background allows me to provide culturally competent care. I integrate both pharmacological and non pharmacological options to use a comprehensive approach to treatment. I work together with my clients to support their goals with or without medications. I will always opt out for non addictive options. If you are taking benzodiazepines or z-drugs on a regular basis, you will be better served with another clinician.

— Nataly Kuznetsov, PMHNP-BC, Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner in NAPA, CA

Medication intervention is not necessary for every situation, but in some cases it is appropriate and has proven to be highly effective when paired with therapy. For this reason, I work closely with a board certified psychiatrist with a background in internal medicine and over 30 years of experience. We are able to provide top notch holistic mental health services and streamline our clients' care.

— Mallory Cary, Licensed Clinical Social Worker in Atlanta, GA

Medication is an essential part of the treatment of many mental health concerns as they can manage, reduce, and/or eliminate symptoms, improving your overall well-being. Medication affects people uniquely, so I will evaluate your needs before prescribing medication. I will continually monitor your use of the medication(s) to ensure the desired outcome.

— Summyji Groom, Mental Health Practitioner in ,

My goal is to get you the results you desire at the minimum dosage required. Modern medications are true wonders in effectively improving mental health and life outcomes. But they can have downsides–including possible physical or psychological dependence, interactions with other medications you may be taking, or side effects. My job is to find the optimal regimen for you, maximizing benefits and minimizing or eliminating any potential downsides.

— Linda Perry, Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner in Caldwell, NJ

I believe it is important that everyone is fully informed and closely monitored when beginning medication. I enjoy finding the minimum possible dose with the maximum effect. Making sure you are progressing is very important to me.

— Lydia Sherman, Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner in Minnetonka, MN

In the current society, Medication management has taken a major misconception regarding an individual's mental health. Just like some individuals need insulin or blood pressure medication to help the body to function properly, others need mental health medication to balance dopamine, serotonin, adrenaline, and so on. Our providers understand not every medication works the same for every person so they collaborate with each individual till they find the right balance to live life to the fullest.

— Sheeba Samuel, Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner in Dacula, GA

I have years of experience working with patients to find the right dosage, frequency, and types of medication for them, and know that Prairie takes medication management very seriously.

— Georges Jean-Pierre, Psychiatrist

I view medication as a tool in your toolbox to assist you in doing the work of therapy and making lifestyle and situational changes. It is rare that a medication will provide full relief of symptoms. I often work with people who are medication averse or anxious about starting medications. It can be a complex process and often times there is a history of bad experiences with providers and medications and managing side effects, I strive to be sensitive to that fact.

— Lee Anne Horn, Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner in Asheville, NC

I have worked for the past 15 years in roles that focused on medication management in reference to psychotropic medications.

— Sparkle Hamilton, Licensed Professional Counselor in ,

Provide medication management for psychiatric symptoms and diagnoses based on a comprehensive psychiatric evaluation.

— Amy Grammas, Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner

Specialty: Complex and yet Conservative Psychopharmacology, Dual Diagnosis For patient safety issues, my best practice model is no prescription of controlled substances. Medication management: Adult ADHD (non-stimulants), Anxiety, Major Depression, Mood Disorder, Bipolar Depression, Chronic Pain, Chronic Insomnia, Decreasing Cravings from Alcohol, Hypersexuality and Food. PTSD: Military combat trauma, childhood and sexual trauma, Panic Disorder, PTSD related nightmares.

— Anna Amour Ross, Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner in SAN DIEGO, CA

I do manage medication for addic.tion treatment

— Randy Seewald, Psychiatrist in Fair Lawn, NJ

I am particularly proficient in conducting psychiatric evaluation and evidence-based medication management for children, adolescents, and adults with mood, anxiety, obsessive-compulsive, neurodevelopmental, and trauma-related disorders in a multidisciplinary group private practice.

— Jeaninne Blackwell, Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner in Towson, MD

Full spectrum of medication management for all mental health disorders for all ages excluding opioid dependence.

— Michelle Hext, Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner in Lumberton, TX