- Medication Management
Sarah works with clients ages 14-100 and has extensive experience treating ADHD, anxiety, depression, and post-partum mental health issues.
Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner in Tennessee
Supervised by Milind Gadgil, MD
ADHD, both hyperactive and inattentive types, can be a complex situation that hinges on not only the management of ADHD symptoms but also on appropriate treatment of other issues that frequently accompany and exacerbate ADHD like anxiety and depression. Together we can find the safest, best plan that may include medications and other therapeutic modalities so that you feel all aspects of your ADHD are well managed.
Anxiety affects nearly everyone at some point in their lives, but if your anxiety has started affecting your day to day activities, your sleep, and your relationships with others it it likely time to seek treatment. Treatment for anxiety comes in many forms, including medications and therapeutic exercises to help self-regulate your body systems to respond more appropriately to the anxiety trigger. Both types of treatment play a vital role in appropriate management of anxiety.
I have been successfully treating depression for over 10 years, both in the inpatient and outpatient setting. I have a special interest in postpartum depression and helping working parents return to the workplace Depression manifests in many ways and can cause serious detriment to overall well-being, including physical health. Effective treatment of depression can help you achieve goals that you felt were previously insurmountable.