We develop personalized treatment plans for each of our patients because we believe that every individual has a unique set of healthcare needs. Our practice takes a holistic approach to patient care, often integrating medical therapy, counseling, nutrition, and other best practices to ensure positive patient outcomes.
Our team emphasizes compassionate, patient-centered care and embracing emerging forms of treatment. Our current patients appreciate this approach to treatment and we’re certain that you will too.
Intakes for adults typically last 55 minutes. For children, adolescents, or adults who bring family members who are also interviewed, the intake lasts up to 85 minutes.
We provide a full array of diagnostic and therapeutic services.
We look to employ a combination of therapy and, when necessary, psychopharmacology to treat individuals with depression. We think it is also imperative to look into what may be leading to the depression. In all cases, we try to minimize medications and pay careful attention to potential side effects. Similar goals are made for Bipolar disorder.
Anxiety hits individuals in unique ways, but the common denominator is that it can be extremely debilitating. We have experience in treating Social Anxiety, OCD, Generalized Anxiety, Separation Anxiety, and Panic Disorder with therapy, psychopharmacology, and, in some cases where the research backs it, with supplements.
We are conservative with how we diagnose and treat ADHD. However, there is a subset of patients who are unable to reach their full potential because of their inability to focus and impaired impulse control. We attempt to find the treatment options that maximize their goals while minimizing risks, such as side effects and addiction.
We view substance use disorders and addiction as diseases that deserve intense treatment. We work closely with area therapists and group practitioners who specialize in addiction treatment, while we focus on both the addiction and co-occurring disorders.
Together we have a great deal of experience working with patients on the autism spectrum. We enjoy working with this population and employ both on-label and off-label treatment options.
PTSD is more than nightmares and flashbacks. It is anxiety, hypervigilance, and it can take over one's life. Comorbid disorders include mood swings, depression, suicidal ideation, anxiety, avoidance, hyperarousal, and problems with focus. Dr. Danish is certified in prolonged exposure therapy for PTSD and have had great success treating clients of all ages.