Services

Right Track Behavioural Heath pattern Services

Services

Right Track Behavioural Heath pattern Services

Services We Provide

Initial Psychiatric Evaluation

Duration: 60 Minutes

An initial evaluation consisting of a face to face interview will be scheduled for 45 or 60 minutes. This interview will be conducted by a board certified psychiatric mental health nurse practitioner . At the conclusion of your evaluation, you will be recommended for continued medication management, psychotherapy, or both. In many cases, a combined approach involving both medication and psychotherapy produces the best results.

Medication Management Follow up

Duration: 15 minutes

Follow-up appointments are generally shorter in duration, i.e., 15 to 30 minutes, with a focus on making medication adjustments, reviewing potential medication interactions, considering the impact of other medical disorders on the patient’s mental and emotional functioning, and counseling patients regarding changes they might make to facilitate healing and remission of symptoms

CANCELLATION POLICY-

You will be charged the full appointment fee for all scheduled services that are missed (no call/no show) or canceled with less than 24 hours’ notice.

Additional services offered: We also offer additional services at a billed rate of 30$ for every 15-minute increment. These services include, but are not limited to:

  • Letter writing
  • Care coordination
  • FMLA
  • Emotional support animal
  • Accommodation letters/forms

This Is ultimately up to the provider to decide if she is able to furnish this service and she is under no obligation to supply it.

All major credit cards are accepted and can be kept on file for your convenience. We will not be able to hold your session if payment is not received prior to the start of our session. 

 This is an outpatient psychiatric practice. We do not provide crisis services, after hours consultation, after hours or weekend medication refills, or on-call services. If you have a psychiatric emergency: Call 911 or go to your nearest emergency department.