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Psychotic Disorders

Psychotic disorders are a group of severe mental health conditions that cause a notable change in how a person thinks, feels, and behaves. These disorders can severely affect a person's ability to function and carry out daily activities. If you or a loved one is struggling with a psychotic disorder, you are not alone. Clarity Clinic is here to help. At Clarity Clinic, we offer a wide range of therapies for psychotic disorders that are designed to help you or your loved one manage the symptoms and improve your quality of life. Our team of mental health professionals has extensive experience in treating psychotic disorders, and we provide our patients with the highest level of care possible.
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Symptoms of Psychotic Mood Disorders

Psychotic mood disorders can cause a variety of symptoms that can severely impact a person's life. Some of the most common symptoms of psychotic disorders include:

  1. Hallucinations: Hearing or seeing things that are not there.
  2. Delusions: Believing in something that is not true.
  3. Disorganized thinking: Difficulty organizing thoughts or making sense of them.
  4. Disorganized speech: Difficulty speaking in coherent sentences.
  5. Abnormal motor behavior: Odd movements or gestures.
  6. Negative symptoms: Lack of interest or motivation, decreased emotional expression, and social withdrawal.

Our Psychotic Disorder Treatment

At Clarity Clinic, we take a comprehensive approach to psychotic mood disorders. Our team of mental health professionals works closely with each patient to develop an individualized psychotic disorder therapy plan that addresses their specific needs and concerns. Our treatment approach may include a combination of medication, therapy, and lifestyle changes.

  • Medication: Medication is often used to treat psychotic disorders. Our mental health professionals will work with you or your loved one to find the right medication and dosage to manage symptoms effectively. We closely monitor medication use to ensure its effectiveness and address any potential side effects.
  • Therapy: Psychotic disorder therapy is an essential component of treating psychotic disorders. Our mental health professionals use a variety of evidence-based therapies, including cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) and family therapy, to help patients manage symptoms and improve their overall mental health through psychotherapy for psychotic disorders.
  • Lifestyle Changes: Lifestyle changes can help improve overall mental health and reduce symptoms of psychotic disorders. Our mental health professionals will work with clients to develop a personalized plan that includes healthy eating, exercise, and stress management techniques.

Our Psychotic Disorder Therapy Care Team

At Clarity Clinic, we have a team of mental health professionals dedicated to helping patients going through psychotic disorder treatment. Our mental health professionals have extensive experience treating psychotic mood disorders and have received specialized training to provide the best care possible. Our team includes:

  1. Psychiatrists: Our psychiatrists are medical doctors who specialize in treating mental health disorders, including psychotic disorders. They are trained to provide medication management and can work closely with patients to find the right medication and dosage to manage symptoms effectively.
  2. Psychologists: Our psychologists have a doctoral degree in psychology and are trained to provide evidence-based therapies, including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and family therapy, to help patients manage symptoms and improve their overall mental health. Our psychologists can also provide psychological assessment aimed at gathering more details on how the patient thinks about themselves and the world around them, which can be used to tailor treatment planning.
  3. Therapists: Our therapists are trained to provide supportive services to patients and their families. They can help patients navigate the healthcare system, find resources, and provide emotional support.

Reach Out to Start Your Psychotic Disorder Therapy

If you or a loved one is struggling with a psychotic mood disorder, please contact us today. We are here to help and can provide the support and care you need to manage symptoms and improve your quality of life. Our mental health professionals are dedicated to providing the highest level of care possible, and we will work closely with you to develop an individualized treatment plan that addresses your specific needs and concerns.

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Psychotic Disorders Providers

Rebecca
Rebecca Helm, LSW
Therapy
Ryan
Ryan Atkins, PA
Psychiatry
Cesar
Cesar Feijoo, PA-C
PA-C
Hannah
Hannah Wychocki, PA-C
PA-C
Gabriella
Gabriella Lerner, PA-C
PA-C
Cyrus
Cyrus Ma, PA-C
PA-C
Zachary
Zachary Delgado, LSW
Therapy
Kumail
Kumail Hussain, MD
Young Adult and Child/Adolescent Psychiatrist
Jaimee
Jaimee Jaucian, LCPC, BC-DMT
Therapy
Rahael
Rahael Mathew, LCPC
Therapist
Megan
Megan Becker, PA-C
PA-C
Emma
Emma Arsic, PA-C
PA-C
Paul
Paul Bamberger, PA-C
PA-C
Jason
Jason Brescia, LCPC
Therapy
Sankrant
Sankrant Reddy, MD
Psychiatrist
Stephanie
Stephanie Osborne, PA-C
Psychiatry
Ashley
Ashley Seredynski, PA-C
PA-C
Christine
Christine Lantin, PA-C
PA-C
Sudhakar
Sudhakar Shenoy, MD
Adult and Child/Adolescent Psychiatrist
Sharon
Sharon Koys, PA-C
PA-C
Sara
Sara Fakhri, MA
Therapy
Sahar
Sahar Eftekhar, DO
General & Addiction Psychiatrist
Rebecca
Rebecca Gilfillan, MD
Psychiatrist
Rebecca
Rebecca Kuhn, PA-C
PA-C
Sonnie
Sonnie Cousins, MA
Therapy
Elana
Elana Horowitz, PA-C
PA-C
Pavan
Pavan Prasad, MD
Psychiatrist
Mariyah
Mariyah Hussain, MD
Adult and Child/Adolescent Psychiatrist
Leslie
Leslie Wolf, LCPC
Therapist
Marc
Marc Sandrolini, MD
Psychiatry
Kiran Binal
Kiran Binal Maharaja, MD
Psychiatrist
Kalyan
Kalyan Rao, MD
Psychiatrist
Jonathan
Jonathan Kolakowski, MD
Psychiatrist
Judy
Judy Bitzer, LCPC
Therapist
James
James Histed, Clinical Intern
Therapy Clinical Intern
Ivy
Ivy Poma, PA-C
PA-C
Jeanette
Jeanette Marinier, PA-C
PA-C
Jamie
Jamie Schubert, PA-C
PA-C
Sherita
Sherita Hernton, PA-C
PA-C
Emily
Emily Schaffer, PA-C
PA-C
Emily
Emily Street, PA-C
PA-C
Thomas
Thomas Thurlow, NP
Psychiatry
Savannah
Savannah Sullivan, PA-C
PA-C
Kathryn
Kathryn Ross, PA-C
Psychiatry
Summer
Summer Slininger, PA-C
PA-C
Irena
Irena Markova, PMHNP
Psychiatry
Ravali
Ravali Poreddy, MD
Psychiatrist
Ariella
Ariella Panos, PA-C
PA-C
James
James Ham, PA-C
Psychiatry
Rayna
Rayna Gorstein, PA-C
PA-C
Daniel
Daniel Shuter, LSW
Therapist
Sierra
Sierra Purcell, PA-C
PA-C
Emily
Emily Hoag, MD
Psychiatrist
Ali
Ali Sheikha, PA-C
PA-C
Grace
Grace Starrs, PA-C
Psychiatry
Cassie
Cassie Donahue, PA-C
Psychiatry
Gayathri
Gayathri Ganesh, PA-C
PA-C
Samuel
Samuel Eckert, PA-C
PA-C
Rafael
Rafael Lopez, MD
Psychiatrist
Nicholas
Nicholas Little, PA-C
PA-C
Scott
Scott Shadrick, PA-C
PA-C
Mira
Mira Ebalo, PA-C
PA-C
Lauren
Lauren Stanley, LCSW
Therapy
Justin
Justin Lee, PA-C
PA-C
Jordan
Jordan Valentic-Holden, MA
Therapy
Heather
Heather Holmes, PA-C
PA-C
Emily
Emily Filip, PA-C
PA-C
Liz
Liz Hand, LCSW
Therapist, Clinical Supervisor
Jenna
Jenna Jacobson, PA-C
PA-C
Caitlin
Caitlin Daughtry, PA-C
PA-C
Camryn
Camryn Schmidt, PA-C
PA-C
Brent
Brent Hope, LCSW
Therapy
Alexandra
Alexandra Gregor, PA-C
PA-C
Allegria
Allegria Knouse, PA-C
PA-C
Bakhtawar
Bakhtawar Usman, PA-C
Psychiatry
Alyssa
Alyssa Bobak, PA-C
PA-C
Aimee
Aimee Daramus, PsyD
Licensed Clinical Psychologist
Anita
Anita Weber, LSW
Therapy

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