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Psychiatry and Behavioral Neurosciences Department at Canadian Specialist Hospital specialize in providing clinically integrated Psychiatric Care for Pediatric and Adult Patients with compassion and understanding. We do this by a comprehensive state-of-the-art mental health diagnostic assessment along with safe and pioneering mental health treatment addressing the full range of mental health conditions. Having an initial assessment means we can identify your needs and point you in the direction of the most appropriate treatment for your condition.
The Department of Psychiatry at Canadian Specialist Hospital has a qualified, experienced, American trained and Board Certified physician psychiatrist who addresses all mental health conditions and provides quality treatment serving patient population including children, adolescents, adults, and seniors.
Our psychiatrist is a qualified, experienced, American trained and Board Certified with expertise in psychotherapy and psychopharmacology. She has expertise in establishing a therapeutic relationship with her patients and works in a highly collaborative working style with other specialties, therapist, psychologists, other allied health professionals, patients and family members as a team designing and implementing individualized treatment plans thus providing high-quality care in conjunction to achieve the best possible patient care outcomes.
We aim to make your journey as comfortable as possible and the department is friendly, welcoming, and ideal for starting your journey on the road to recovery. We are dedicated to putting your feelings and concerns first.
Treatment is tailor-made to attend to an individual’s need, provided in an out-patient clinic setting offering a therapeutic environment with a focus on healing, recovery, quality of life, restoration, and personal transformation.
Psychopharmacology pertains to understanding the connection between human psychology and medication/drugs. It is a systematic study of medications that are used to analyze and treat mental health ailments influencing mood, behavior, health, attention, thought process, and routine actions.
We recognize that there can be social stigmas associated with mental health across all cultures and countries and we are here to break those barriers down.
We respect the patient’s confidentiality, culture, religion, and belief system.
Patients with anxiety are often worried or anxious about a wide variety of things and cannot control their unease
Patients with ADHD are overactive, have trouble focusing and can’t control their behavior. They also may experience a combination of these three issues.
Pediatric patients with this condition lack adequate social and communication skills.
This condition causes patients to experience periods of depression and extreme happiness, as well as times of severe irritability. They also have widely fluctuating energy levels and bouts of activity.
Patients with bulimia nervosa experience regular episodes of overeating (binging) followed by guilt, which leads to vomiting or the use of laxatives (purging).
Patients with depression experience low, dark moods for an extended length of time. There are different types of depression, including general, clinical, major, postpartum and geriatric depression.
Grief is a normal emotion, but sometimes it prevents a patient from carrying on normal activities for an extended period of time. Moving beyond this level of grief may require counseling.
Patients with insomnia have trouble falling asleep or staying asleep.
A wide variety of issues can interfere with a patient’s relationship with his or her spouse. Counseling may be necessary to resolve these issues.
OCD causes patients to experience unwanted and repeated feelings, ideas, thoughts, sensations or behaviors, triggering certain set behaviors.
Patients with ODD exhibit a pattern of hostile, disobedient and defiant behavior toward authority figures.
Patients with this type of anxiety disorder experience repeated bouts of an intense fear of events that may or may not happen.
Patients with personality disorders exhibit long-term behaviors, thoughts and emotions that vary widely from the expectations of the cultural groups to which they belong.
Phobias cause patients to experience unreasonable and ongoing fear of various activities, situations, animals or objects, which others consider to pose little danger.
Patients with PTSD experience a physical response to a past trauma involving bodily harm or the threat of death.
Women with this condition experience moderate to severe depression after giving birth. The depression may start soon after delivery or even a year after giving birth.
Patients with psychosis lose touch with reality and experience delusions or hallucinations.
Patients with schizophrenia have problems thinking clearly, acting normally in social situations, reacting with normal emotional responses, and telling the difference between what is real and what is not real.
When patients are unable to start or maintain intimate relations with a partner, they may need counseling to resolve these issues.
Patients with this condition feel an irrational fear of social situations that may involve judgment or scrutiny from others.
Stress is a normal feeling in response to physical or emotional tension. Overwhelming feelings of stress may require counseling to ease the symptoms of frustration, anger or nervousness.
Patients with trichotillomania feel an urge to pull out or twist hair until it causes hair loss.
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