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Emily Schaffer approaches patients who struggle with daily functioning and productivity due to mental health complications from ADD and/or ADHD with compassion and knowledge. She understands that when attention issues are either undiagnosed or untreated, individuals may experience negative side-effects with their communication, relationships, school work, careers, and general connectability to others. Emily is a licensed and board-certified physician assistant who is skilled at developing appropriate and individualized treatment plans for clients who are looking to gain methods and techniques that can help them improve their focus, attention, and behaviors.
Alyssa Bobak specializes in treating psychological and emotional health issues, like depression, with patients who are searching for change. With a profession as a physician assistant, Alyssa appropriately utilizes medication management, in addition to psychotherapy and lifestyle adjustments to promote positive change and mindful self awareness. She believes in the significant importance of treating patients as a whole being, and addresses the emotional, biological, environmental, and physical stressors that may be contributing to the onset of depression. Alyssa intends to offer a patient-driven approach with an emphasis on strength-building to increase her client’s sense of self esteem and self-assurance.
Jonathan Kolakowski is a trained psychiatrist who specializes in child, adolescent, and adult psychiatry. His experience in working with individuals of all ages has given him the broad knowledge of diagnosing and treating patients who struggle with ADD and ADHD, regardless of their stage in life. Jonathan utilizes evidence-based diagnostics and medication management to treat attention disorders. He believes that individuals are highly capable of making significant changes to their mental thought-processing and their physical behaviors when they are committed to the therapeutic measures that are both useful and beneficial to overcoming ADD and/or ADHD.