Adult Psychiatry Treatment

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Adult psychiatric treatment occurs in a variety of settings and focuses on helping adults to over daily challenges and cope with problems — adult psychiatry presents solutions to individuals, group, couples, or family members.

Currently, adult psychiatry is at a very advanced stage. Most facilities consist of multidisciplinary treatment department with professional psychiatry, physician assistants, psychiatric social workers, psychiatry nurses, unit counselors, occupational, and recreational therapists, and many more. With advanced technology, there is a wide array of biological treatments such as electroconvulsive therapy and pharmacotherapy. What makes the difference is the dedication of the treatment team to offer superior services to all patients while maintaining the highest level of integrity and commitment to putting their clients first.


In addition to individual treatment, group and family therapy is also available with a problem-oriented approach tailored to the unique needs of every group. In an advanced stage of adult psychiatry, neuropsychological testing and advanced diagnostic evaluation are also available with emergency admissions and on-sight neuropsychological testing.

Today's challenges in day-to-day life's activities have bestowed adults, regardless of their lifestyles, with more challenging responsibilities. Earning a living, raising children, taking care of extended families, actively engaging in the community and social activities, not to mention dealing with drastic changes and losses can be quite a challenge. Juggling between roles and working hard to meet everybody's expectations— from the office to family and friends, can at times be overwhelming. The dynamics and uncertainties in modern life can make adults anxious and frustrated. And this responsibilities can become overwhelming and extremely difficult to manage without proper and professional help.

The National Department of Psychiatry and Psychology have recently concluded that modern life has presented adults with unique needs. Economic news that warns people to embrace for tough times ahead adds insult to the injury. Adult Psychiatry is designed to address the unique challenges that people face on a daily basis and prepare them how to go about such challenges without losing themselves. These programs address everyone's needs with compassion, understanding, and with utmost care.

When do you need help?

If you or your loved one is going through the following problems, adult psychiatric help would be of great benefit:

  • Anxiety
  • Behavioral sleep disorder
  • Depression
  • Panic disorder
  • Obesity behavioral disorder
  • Mood swings related to menopause or other hormonal changes
  • Pre-menstrual syndrome (PMS)
  • The challenges of trying to balance between work, family, and social responsibilities
  • Marital or family conflict or tension
  • Attention deficit disorder (ADD)
  • Career stress
  • Difficulty dealing with the problems a child or loved one may be having
  • Managing a personal chronic or fatal illness or that of a close family member or friend
  • Alcohol and drug use

Adult psychiatry can make a difference between finding new and fulfilling ways of solving your problems or continuing with the journey of unproductive patterns

How Adult Psychiatry Helps

Professional adult psychiatry helps people overcome daily challenges and learn how to cope with issues effectively. Services that can be offered to include:

  • Individual therapy
  • In-depth assessment
  • Traumatic brain injury
  • Medication management
  • Occupational therapy (such as job coaching) to support better working relationship
  • Couples' counseling
  • Alzheimer's disease therapy
  • Biofeedback and stress management
  • Family and group therapy
  • Dementia, and any other neuropsychiatry disorders therapies

Now Accepting New Patients

If you are in need of a psychiastrist contact us today.
We can accept most new cases within 2-3 weeks!

Our Location

5904 Sheridan Drive
Willamsville, NY 14221

Phone: 716-886-5493
Fax: 716-886-5835

Office Hours

Monday - Friday: 8:00am - 6:00pm
Closed Saturday and Sunday