A psychiatrist is a medical doctor specialized in using a combination of therapy, medication and therapeutic techniques to help people manage and improve their mental and emotional well-being.
A physician's assistant in psychiatry (PA) is a healthcare professional trained to assist psychiatrists in diagnosing, treating and managing mental health conditions. PAs offer an exciting solution to helping people manage complex emotional and mental health needs.
We partner with local governments and counties to offer mental health solutions and services that meet the specific needs of the population.
A psychiatric nurse practitioner is an advanced practice nurse with specialized training in mental health care. They can also diagnose, prescribe, and provide therapy to people, offering comprehensive psychiatric care.
The collaborative care model represents a healthcare paradigm that harmonizes primary care with behavioral/mental health services. This model employs a multidisciplinary team of clinicians to optimize holistic well-being.
A licensed clinical social worker (LCSW) and licensed marriage and family therapist (LMFT) are mental health professionals who provide therapy, and support to individuals and families, addressing mental and emotional needs and promoting well-being.
Practice management in healthcare involves strategic and operational oversight. It encompasses a spectrum of activities including collaboration, coordination, workforce management and fostering patient centric services to ensure sustainability and excellence of practice.
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