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

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

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

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

I work with patients of all identities and orientations on expert medication management. As an Emeritus Professor of Psychiatry at UCSF, I have much experience and expertise in medication management of psychiatric symptoms, including doing research on depression treatment. I see many patients with bipolar disorder, depression, panic disorder, PTSD, Generalized Anxiety Disorder, ADHD, and other psychiatric illnesses, and provide up-to-date, evidenced-based treatment.

— Dan Karasic, Psychiatrist in San Francisco, CA

Whether you are newly diagnosed and need to start medication or have been on many for a long time and are ready to stop some or all of them or something in between, I am available to guide you through your process.

— Matthew Hicks, Naturopathic Doctor in Portland, OR

I am a board-certified Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner who takes an integrative approach to psychiatry. This means medications are an option, but not the only option. I also offer functional and specialized lab testing to help explore the root causes of suffering. If struggling with your mental health feels like pushing a boulder up a hill, medications won't necessarily remove the boulder, but they CAN remove the hill, So you can make progress without it feeling impossible.

— Jess Romeo, Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner in College Park, MD

I do manage medication for addic.tion treatment

— Randy Seewald, Psychiatrist in Fair Lawn, NJ