At Klarity, our dedicated psychiatric team is committed to guiding you towards optimal mental health, offering a comprehensive range of services from initial evaluation to medication management and psychotherapy. During your first visit, we conduct a thorough review of your symptoms, personal history, treatment options, and life goals, enabling us to create a tailored plan that keeps you steadily progressing.
As you return for follow-up visits, we diligently monitor your progress and readily adapt to any new treatment modalities that may be necessary. Rest assured, we are here to support you and help you achieve your mental health goals every step of the way.
At Klarity, we serve individuals with established psychiatric diagnoses in need of ongoing care, as well as those seeking their initial diagnosis. We understand that psychiatric medication isn’t suitable for everyone, but for many, it can be a valuable part of their personalized care plan. That’s why having a specialized provider who excels in prescribing such medications is crucial for long-term success.
We firmly believe that finding the right provider can be the key to achieving remarkable results on your mental health journey. Klarity offers the convenience of both in-office and telehealth visits, providing the flexibility to seamlessly integrate with your busy lifestyle. Our dedicated team will closely collaborate with you to create a personalized treatment plan tailored to your unique diagnosis and requirements.
Discover more about our comprehensive medication management program by giving us a call today. At Klarity, we are committed to guiding you towards emotional well-being and clarity in life.
Having inquiries about your mental well-being is completely normal. Our psychiatry team is delighted to address your questions either through phone consultations or in-person meetings. To save you time, here are swift responses to some of the most common inquiries we receive.
What are common diagnoses treated with medication?
Common diagnoses treated with medication management include, but are not limited to:
How can I prepare for an initial appointment?
Make the most of your appointment with the following:
What do I do in the event of an emergency related to a prescribed medication?
If a rash has developed after starting a new medication, stop taking the medication and contact the office to make a follow-up appointment in the earliest available time slot. We will fit you into an emergency opening.
If you’re having trouble breathing, stop the medication immediately and call 911 or go to the nearest emergency room. Once you have proper medical attention, call us to make a follow-up appointment in the earliest available emergency opening.
Other side effects or developing symptoms may occur after starting a new medication. If the situation seems urgent, contact your primary care provider/pediatrician or go to the nearest emergency room.