Main Line, PA Psychiatrist & Psychiatric Services for Children, Teens, and Young Adults
North Star Psychiatry
Anxiety Treatment Psychiatrist Services in Main Line, PA
Main Line, PA sits along the former Main Line of the Pennsylvania Railroad in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Today, the Main Line area is home to some of the wealthiest people and most luxurious estates in the country. Main Line, PA is an area with a rich and storied history. Many of the families residing in the Main Line area can trace their roots back to the many wealthy Philadelphia families that moved the Main Line, PA in the 20th century as part of the nations ‘suburbanization.’
Main Line, PA is also notable for being the home to many colleges and universities like Bryn Mawr College, Cabrini University, Eastern University, Harcum College, and Haverford College, which offers degrees in over thirty majors in the humanities, social sciences, and natural sciences.
Main Line, PA Depression Psychiatrist Treatment Services
Life brings a balance of positive emotions as well as negative emotions. Major depressive disorder, however, can throw that balance off, tilting individuals towards purely negative emotions. Major Depressive Disorder is no joke; It’s a serious problem that affects millions of people around the world. It’s important to recognize it is a medical condition that warrants treatment. It impairs an individual’s ability to function in daily life, affecting sleep, energy, appetite, concentration, and interest in activities.
Dr. Rogers is a psychiatrist with extensive experience working with children, teens, and adults with depression around the Main Line, PA area. For more information or to make an appointment in Main Line, PA, get in touch with North Star today.
ADHD Treatment Psychiatrist Services in Main Line, PA
ADHD brings about difficulty focusing for millions of people around the world. However, not everyone with attentional difficulties has ADHD. In fact, difficulty focusing is a common symptom of both depression and anxiety. For others, ADHD is the culprit. From a very young age, those affected with ADHD struggle with inattention, hyperactivity, impulsivity, or a combination of these symptoms. For these individuals, ADHD is a likely culprit.
There are three subtypes of ADHD which are predominantly inattentive, predominantly hyperactive/impulsive, and the combined subtype. ADHD can have a negative effect on academic performance and socialization for young people. if you have any questions or if you’d like to schedule an appointment in Main Line, PA, call North Star Psychiatry.
Psychiatric Evaluation for Children & Adolescents in Main Line, PA
A psychiatric evaluation is a thorough and thorough process that allows Main Line, PA children and adolescents to receive the mental health services they require. Dr. Rogers spends 1.5 to 2 hours at North Star Psychiatry in Chester County on a child and adolescent evaluation. He will usually spend the first 30 to 45 minutes of the visit talking with parents to get some background information and a summary of current issues. He’ll then see the patient alone, usually to conduct a diagnostic interview and evaluation. Finally, for the last 20 to 30 minutes of the appointment, he will meet with the patient and his or her parents. He’ll go over his findings with the family, educate them on the diagnoses and treatment options, and collaborate with them to develop a treatment plan.
Psychiatric Evaluation for Young Adults in Main Line, PA
A comprehensive evaluation by a psychiatrist has been the most effective way for young adults in Main Line, Pennsylvania to receive appropriate mental health services. At North Star Psychiatry, Dr. Rogers performs an adult mental evaluation that lasts between 1 and 1.5 hours. During the consultation, he will review the patient’s medical history and obtain a detailed account of how the symptoms have evolved over time. He’ll conduct a comprehensive diagnostic interview as well as a mental health screening. For the final 20 to 30 minutes of the consultation, he will discuss his findings with the patient, provide education regarding diagnosis and treatment options, and collaborate with the patient to develop a plan.