The mental healthcare system can feel difficult to navigate. Barriers such as systemic racial disparities, a lack of diversity among healthcare providers, cultural stigma, and high costs make it hard to access care.
Accessing and finding help when you need it can be difficult. Understanding the different settings that can provide mental health care and what mental health services are available may help.
A strong support team to help along the journey is important, as these may be the people you turn to first when looking for help. A support team can include friends and family; community members, like faith leaders; peer-support specialists; or other treatment team members, like pharmacists.
Place Description: Elocin Psychiatric Services – Virtual practice providing services to high level professionals (physicians, lawyers, c-suite executives, media personalities, etc) -Practice provides services to high performers via in-person and telemedicine visits. Does not take insurance but will provide a superbill for the individual to submit to their insurance company for reimbursement.
Place Description: Psychotherapy and/or medication management for adults in a centrally located but serene setting. A collaborative approach where the patient leaves feeling informed and empowered in their treatment. Board certified in adult and forensic psychiatry. Self-pay only. Will provide billing information to submit for out of network benefits.