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Medicaid Psychiatrists in Ohio (OH)

Bharat J Shah, Psychiatrist  in Akron
“Have you been struggling with Depression, Anxiety or Chemical Dependency? Maybe you haven't been feeling like yourself lately. Sometimes there are life circumstances that leave you feeling stressed or overwhelmed. We would like to help you get back on track. We individualize each client's treatment. We look forward to helping you during your crisis, in order for you to realize and reach your fullest potential. We will work with you in developing a plan using a combination of the treatment modalities that are best suited to help you reach and maintain your goals.
Medicaid
(330) 509-7825
Akron, Ohio 44333
Salus Mentis, Psychiatrist  in Ironton
“I hope to provide benefit to any person who feels that there is something in their lives that is holding them back from living fully and experiencing the freedom and wonder that life has to offer. Whether it be a fear, anxiety, strange thought, mood changes, perception changes, or addiction, all problems have a solution and together we will embark on finding the solution for you.
Medicaid
(877) 879-2017
Office is near:
Ironton, Ohio 45638
Medicaid
(419) 567-1154
Toledo, Ohio 43606
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Constance Ange, Psychiatrist  in Centerville
“Our office is dedicated to providing you the highest quality of medical service, in a timely and professional manner.
(937) 451-4929
Buckeye Psychiatry, LLC, Psychiatrist  in Dublin
“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.
(614) 944-8290
Dublin, Ohio 43017
“I have been practicing psychiatry for nearly the last 20 years and take great pride in what I do. I treat adults of all ages. My goal is to make the most accurate diagnosis possible, help my patients make the behavioral changes that would help them improve, to treat with the least amount of medication and curtail as many side-effects as possible. If can enable my patients to full functionality and avoid hospitalizations to the least possible, I am succeeding.
(440) 210-0094
Jennifer Tucker Rosenberg, Psychiatrist  in Beachwood
“I work together with my patients to discover the emotional pain they are experiencing. I feel open communication and listening is crucial to both making a diagnosis and to understanding a person and their struggles. I work closely with my patients to establish a diagnosis and the course of treatment. I find that therapy and medication alone or in combination can be very helpful. I work with people who struggle with life challenges included but not limited to anxiety, depression,life transitions,divorce, adhd,trauma,depression, anxiety,anxiety and depression in pregnancy and postpartum,infertility,relationship issues
(216) 223-6312 x307
Teresa Anderson, Psychiatrist  in Cincinnati
“I treat adults seeking assistance for depression, anxiety, and trauma-related issues. I provide compassionate care for people who are in need of counseling during difficult transitions (divorce, job stress, life change, moves, deaths, births). I also assist people who have long-standing problems with relationships and struggle with coping skills. I see a wide variety of patients from varying backgrounds and cultures. I have a particular interest in post-traumatic stress disorder, depression and anxiety. I see many college students and professionals, helping them to succeed under significant stressors and particular pressures.
(513) 657-2968
Renee Diane Pennington, Psychiatric Nurse  in Brecksville
“Dr. Pennington earned her Bachelor's and Master's degrees in Nursing from the University of Akron and her Doctor of Nursing Practice degree from Maryville University of St. Louis. She has provided psychiatric & medication management services to patients in a wide variety of inpatient & outpatient settings.
(216) 539-2307
Andrew Bennett Klafter, Psychiatrist  in Cincinnati
“I practice psychotherapy, psychoanalysis, and psychopharmacology. I treat patients who seek help for various types of problems. Depression, anxiety, difficulties in relationships, and feeling overwhelmed by life decisions are the most common problems that people report who have come to me for assistance. I treat adolescents and adults. I am privileged to work with patients of many different ethnicities, religions, nations of origin, and cultures. Another significant component of my practice is that I provide consultations and supervision for other psychotherapists. My particular expertise as a psychotherapy supervisor is in psychodynamic and psychoanalytic psychotherapy.
(513) 275-7188
Jorden Brent Weiss, Psychiatrist  in Westerville
“I am an Adult, Child, Adolescent 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. Depression, Anxiety, 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.
(614) 300-2014
Julia Burrow, Psychiatrist  in Perrysburg
“Dr. Burrow is a board-eligible child, adolescent and adult psychiatrist who returns to Perrysburg after completing her residency and fellowship training at the University of Michigan in 2013. Originally from Perrysburg, Ohio, she completed her undergraduate studies in biological sciences at Bowling Green State University and her medical degree at Wright State University Boonshoft School of Medicine. She was distinguished among her classmates with an induction into the Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Medical Society in 2008 and awarded the Abraham Heller Psychiatry Clerkship Award in 2007.
(419) 469-1872
Jodie Skillicorn, Psychiatrist  in Fairlawn
“I integrate conventional psychiatric treatment options of psychotherapy and prescription medication (if absolutely necessary), with complementary modalities including mindfulness, breath-work, yoga, biofeedback, imagery, nutrition, exercise, energy medicine and nutritional supplements. Conditions treated include depression, anxiety, post traumatic stress, eating disorders, and addictions as well as fatigue, pain and other general health issues that often have a stress induced component.
(330) 679-8477
Fairlawn, Ohio 44333
Paul J Schwartz, Psychiatrist  in West Chester
“I am a psychiatrist who has received training at Yale University, the National Institute of Mental Health, and the Cincinnati Psychoanalytic Institute. I practice psychoanalysis and psychoanalytic psychotherapy. Individuals who will benefit from such treatment include those suffering from anxiety, depression, relationship problems, self-esteem problems, chronic unhappiness, or problems in work or love. Psychoanalysis and psychoanalytic psychotherapy are the type of psychotherapies that promote the most personal growth and help people realize their full potential. Medication may be prescribed when indicated.
(513) 770-1209
Stephanie M Marko, MD, LLC, Psychiatrist  in Beachwood
“Dr Stephanie Marko is a board-certified psychiatrist serving patients in Northeast Ohio. She works with patients with a wide range of common psychiatric conditions and symptoms, including depression, anxiety, ADHD, substance use disorders, and more. In addition, Dr. Marko has specialized training in working with pregnant and post-partum women. She is also certified to prescribe Suboxone for opioid dependence. Dr Marko offers both medication management and therapy.
(216) 359-1097
Norman I Hirsch, Psychiatrist  in Cincinnati
“I treat a broad range of problems, based on years of experience. Often, I combine medication and psychotherapy with good results. I treat acute conditions, such as severe depression and anxiety, to help the patient restore his or her level of functioning. I also treat longer-lasting conditions which might allow one to "get by", but feel as if they are tied in knots. I feel positive about having helped many people make long-lasting and important changes in their lives.
(513) 437-3053
Darshan Singh, Psychiatrist  in Kettering
“Dr. Singh has multiple years of practice experience and specializes in child psychiatry, adolescent psychiatry, and forensic psychiatry. Dr. Singh is board certified and treats a wide range of mental health disorders. Based on years of experience he helps decrease and/or alleviate symptoms of ADHD, anxiety, depression, bipolar disorder, PTSD, compulsive disorders, etc.
(937) 533-4636
“I am a Psychiatrist trained and Board Certified by The American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology in Child & Adolescent, General Adult, Forensic and Addiction Psychiatry. I have studied at the University of Chicago, The Medical College of Ohio, Case Western Reserve University, and The University of Michigan Medical School . I believe my role as a Psychiatrist is to utilize the most recent and evidence based psychiatric evaluation and diagnostic techniques to accurately diagnose mental health concerns and refer patients for further evaluations as necessary, then applying that information to formulate a comprehensive treatment plan to use the most effective treatments.
(440) 536-9773
Douglas Beech, MD, Psychiatrist  in Bexley
“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. I DO NOT PARTICIPATE WITH ANY INSURANCE PLANS OR FILE INSURANCE CLAIMS, SORRY.
(614) 328-5394
Bexley, Ohio 43209
Stewart Harris, Psychiatrist  in Dayton
“I have been in private practice for over 30 years with extensive experience in mental health. I help people who suffer from stress and related illnesses, anxiety, panic anxiety, depression, trauma, insomnia and several other mental health problems affecting your work, home or relationships. My evaluations and treatment plans consider the health and well-being of a person as a whole and therefore may include several aspects, such as biological, metabolic, psycho-social and spiritual. Hence my recommendations may include medications, lab tests, psychotherapy and/or group work, practicing relaxation and positive thinking.
(937) 402-2156
Dayton, Ohio 45414
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Medicaid Psychiatrists
Are you looking for an Ohio (OH) Medicaid Psychiatrist? These Ohio (OH) Psychiatrists accept Medicaid insurance. They include Medicaid Psychiatrists in Ohio (OH), Medicaid psychologists and Medicaid counseling. Please check with A Ohio (OH) Psychiatrist who accepts Medicaid before confirming an appointment to ensure that you are eligible.

About Psychiatrists, meds and Psychiatric Nurses.

A Psychiatrist in Ohio (OH) is a qualified medical doctor who specializes in treating mental health issues and diagnosable disorders.

Ohio (OH) 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 Ohio (OH) specialize in age groups (so check for Ohio (OH) child psychiatrists or adolescent psychiatrists in Ohio (OH)). 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 Ohio (OH), or mental health nurses, specialize in nursing care for people with mental illness or mental distress. Ohio (OH) 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.