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. 

Meet the specialists

Mental health medication management is offered in a conservative and safe manner utilizing the lowest dose possible of mediations and exploring other holistic and therapeutic practices to support well-being. Controlled substances are not prescribed at this practice.

— Lissa Edmond, Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner in Ewing, NY
 

Psychiatric medication management. I do NOT prescribe controlled substances in my practice (such as, Adderall, Vyvanse, Xanax, Valium).

— Haulek Tawmging, Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner in Seattle, WA

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

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— Kim Yung-jo, Licensed Professional Counselor
 

I treat all anxiety disorders with psychotherapy and mind-body interventions with or without pharmacotherapy.

— Ophelia Blue, Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner in Seattle, WA

I am a licenced Nurse Practitioner and hold a certification for the administration of medical cannabis through the Maryland Medical Cannabis Commission (MMCC).

— Christina Overton, Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner in College Park, MD
 

Safe prescribing of psychopharmacological medication requires up to date learning. As such, I manage my client's concerns through current evidenced based prescribing.

— Emmanuel Adjin, Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner in Boonton, NJ

Psychiatric medication management. I do NOT prescribe controlled substances in my practice (such as, Adderall, Vyvanse, Xanax, Valium).

— Haulek Tawmging, Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner in Seattle, WA
 

As a medical doctor and Board-certified psychiatrist, I have a decade of training underpinning my practice. So whatever you're going through, I'm committed to identify whether medication may be right for you and if so in what form. I will also take the time to educate you about the science underlying any issues you might be facing and how medication might help.

— Abena Apraku, Psychiatrist in Philadelphia, PA

I am an expert at prescribing medications and do so very cautiously. The right medication can make all the difference to personal growth in therapy. I love science and using new technologies such as genetic testing using a cheek swab (Genesight) to help choose the right medications. I also use new medications such as Spravato.

— TOMER Levin, Psychiatrist in New York, NY