“Our practice considers the biopsychosocial model and sees mental health as a spectrum instead of a dichotomy of “health” versus “illness”.”
What should someone know about working with you?
A client’s first appointment will entail a comprehensive evaluation. Our goal is to create a narrative of your concerns and form a treatment plan to address these concerns. Soho Psychiatry offers medication services with and without therapy; we routinely partner with outside therapists and healthcare providers to ensure continuity in your care. We can offer a list of qualified referrals, including therapists with all specialties, nutritionists, holistic nutritionists, PCPs, acupuncturists, pain management practitioners, herbalists, and those who specialize in eating disorder treatment. Our practice considers the biopsychosocial model and sees mental health as a spectrum instead of a dichotomy of “health” versus “illness”. Given such, we find it necessary to understand your medical history, mental health history, and social history to co-create goals and expectations for our treatment together.
How do your own core values shape your approach to therapy?
I found that clients were often coming to me with side effects, polypharmacy, ineffective medications, long wait times, an inability to find providers, or a feeling of being lost in the healthcare system. I felt lost on how to change things, which brought my partner and me to the same vision and this is how we came up with the treatment model of Soho Psychiatry. The goal of Soho Psychiatry is to provide ease of access and personalized care through a team approach.
“The goal of Soho Psychiatry is to provide ease of access and personalized care through a team approach.”