Psychiatric Treatment

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A Comprehensive Treatment Plan and Close Monitoring You Can Trust—everything you can expect from Triquetra.

Psychiatric Treatment

Triquetra provides comprehensive psychiatric treatment for various mental health diagnoses, including depression, anxiety, PTSD, specific phobias, ADHD, etc. The treatment process begins with a thorough diagnostic examination to assess the presenting problem’s physical, genetic, developmental, emotional, cognitive, and social components. We recognize that each patient has a unique set of circumstances. As a result, we employ all diagnostic tools to compile a complete and accurate diagnosis evaluation. These methods may include:

A Comprehensive Treatment Plan

Every person is unique, with unique needs, challenges, and strengths that influence their diagnosis and treatment. Once a working diagnosis is established, a fully personalized and comprehensive treatment plan is developed in collaboration with the patient or his or her family. Triquetra’s team members are specially trained to incorporate all relevant forms of therapy into our customized treatment plan, which is created in collaboration with the patient, their primary care physician, family, school, and other medical providers.

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One Step at a Time

Close Monitoring You Can Trust

Individual psychotherapy, medication management, yoga, nutrition consultation, working with a personal trainer, family meetings, group therapy, marital therapy, or play therapy for children may be included in the treatment plan if agreed upon by the patient or a family member. When medication is prescribed, a psychopharmacology discussion is initiated between the prescriber and the patient. The study of drug-induced changes in behavior, emotions, mood, and thinking is known as clinical psychopharmacology. To treat the presenting symptoms, psychopharmacological treatment may include the administration of one or more medications.

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The Best of Both Worlds

Before beginning a psychopharmacological treatment program, all potential risks, benefits, and alternative therapy options are investigated. With scheduled regular follow-up appointments, the physician will closely monitor a patient’s progress. Additionally, lab testing may be performed to improve the efficacy of psychopharmacological treatment. Over time, psychopharmacology therapy is reevaluated and analyzed. This ensures that a treatment plan can assist a patient in dealing with depression symptoms. Ongoing psychopharmacological therapy evaluation and analysis also enables the physician to help a patient in gradually reducing their reliance on medication, if possible. When a doctor and a patient agree that they no longer need antidepressant medication, they are discharged from a psychopharmacological treatment program. Individual or group therapy may be used in conjunction with medication or after the drug is removed from this program at this time.

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What's the difference with In-patient Detox?

In-patient detoxification might be more suited for serious medical/mental health issues and drug/alcohol addiction. Often individuals stay within a rehab facility 24/7—receiving around-the-clock care to help them through it. While in-patient detox provides more services, it also tends to be more expensive.

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