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ADHD Psychiatrists in Columbus
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Adam Scott Brandemihl, Psychiatrist  in Columbus
“Sometimes therapy is not enough. As a Board Certified Psychiatrist I am trained in medication management and psychotherapy. There is no need to see another physician for your medication. Many overwhelmed clients are forced to see both a therapist and a primary care doctor. Busy primary care doctors are often more comfortable and accustomed to treating diabetes and hypertension, than depression and anxiety. Their overloaded schedules make it difficult to collaborate with your therapist. I can simplify the process and provide the comprehensive mental health expertise you are looking for. Together, we can address both your chemical and psychological needs.
ADHD
(614) 929-6617
Office is near:
Columbus, Ohio 43235
Jorden Brent Weiss, Psychiatrist  in Columbus
“I am a Child, Adolescent and Adult Psychiatrist and Psychoanalyst who has been trained to listen empathically to my patients with deep respect for the emotional troubles they may be experiencing in their lives. ADHD and Executive Functioning disorders, Autistic Spectrum disorders and Aspergers Syndrome in Children and Adults is a major focus of my practice. I am particularly interested in the treatment of Women's Emotional Health Issues and Eating disorders. Depression, Bipolar disorder, OCD, Anxiety disorders, Psychosis and Schizophrenia are also treated extensively in my practice. Pharmacotherapy and Psychotherapy are employed with kindness and compassion to restore balance and quality of life.
ADHD
(614) 300-2014
Office is near:
Columbus, Ohio 43213
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Connie Jenkins, M.D., Psychiatrist  in Columbus
“I offer personalized care in a peaceful, private setting. My approach is holistic and honors the connection between mind, body, and spirit. Psychotherapy and medication management are combined with education and encouragement to make the changes that will support the healing process.
(614) 767-5364
Office is near:
Columbus, Ohio 43214
Douglas Beech, MD, Psychiatrist  in Columbus
“I strive to provide assessment and treatment that is oriented toward the uniqueness of the individual's experience, instead of a diagnostic label or category. I want to get to know the individual in an in-depth way. When a person has not had success with brief therapies or numerous medications, sometimes missing is a more in-depth understanding of the combination of factors that have come together in that individual's unique experience. Please visit my website douglasbeechmd.com for details about my practice and fees. Sorry, I don't file claims with any health insurance, private pay only.
(614) 328-5394
Office is near:
Columbus, Ohio 43215
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ADHD (Attention Deficit, ADD) Psychiatrists
Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADD/ADHD) is a neurobehavioral disorder characterized by a combination of inattentiveness, distractibility, hyperactivity, and impulsive behavior.

AD/HD appears early in life. Boys are diagnosed more often than girls. Untreated AD/HD has been shown to have long-term adverse affects on academic performance, vocational success, and social-emotional development. AD/HD children have difficulty sitting still and paying attention in class and do not do well at school, even when they have normal or above-normal intelligence. They engage in a broad array of disruptive behaviors and experience peer rejection.

If you're looking for help with ADHD in Columbus or for a Columbus ADHD Psychiatrist these professionals provide adhd help, and help for adhd Psychiatry in Columbus, adhd counseling, adhd treatment and therapy for attention deficit hyper-activity disorder. They include ADHD Psychiatrists, ADHD psychologists, ADHD psychotherapists and ADHD counselors. Psychiatrists can help with adhd in children, Columbus adult adhd, add adhd, and adha both for adhd and with adhd.

This term is frequently referred to as ADD (attention deficit disorder) or ADD/ADHD. So if you're looking for help with ADD in Columbus or for a Columbus ADD Psychiatrist these professionals provide add help and help for add Psychiatry in Columbus, add counseling, add treatment and therapy for attention deficit disorder. They include ADD Psychiatrists, ADD psychologists, ADD psychotherapists and ADD counselors. Psychiatrists can help with add in children, adult add.

Note: 'Hyper-activity' is sometimes spelled as 'hyperactivity' or 'hyper activity'.

About Psychiatrists, meds and Psychiatric Nurses.

A Psychiatrist in Columbus is a qualified medical doctor who specializes in treating mental health issues and diagnosable disorders.

Columbus Psychiatrists differ from other mental health professionals in that they may prescribe medication or psychotropics. Psychiatrists may conduct physical examinations, order and interpret lab tests and brain image scans, such as CT scans, CAT Scans and MRIs.

Some psychiatric practitioners in Columbus specialize in age groups (so check for Columbus child psychiatrists or adolescent psychiatrists in Columbus). Those who work with the elderly are called geriatric psychiatrists or geropsychiatrists.

Other related specialties include psychopharmacology (certain states license Psychopharmacologists), psychiatric genetics and neuroimaging.

Psychiatric nurses in Columbus, or mental health nurses, specialize in nursing care for people with mental illness or mental distress. Columbus Psychiatric nurses receive training in psychological therapies (such as CBT), building therapeutic alliance with clients and dealing with challenging behavior. Importantly, they are trained to administer psychiatric medication (or 'psychiatric meds') and, in very limited ways, to prescribe meds.

Nurses monitor for side effects and responses to medical treatments and offer information on meds so that clients can make informed choices about their use.