At Hattiesburg Clinic Psychiatry – Lincoln Center, we offer a variety of outpatient psychiatric services for children, adolescents and adults. These services include evaluation, diagnosis and treatment of psychiatric illnesses. Our mental health specialists have special training and experience to treat patients with many different types of psychiatric and behavioral conditions.
Psychiatric illnesses include:
- Attention deficits
- Mood disorders
- Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder
- Sleep disorders
- Eating disorders
- Persistent mental illness
Prior to developing a personalized treatment plan, one of our mental health specialists will take a thorough history of the presenting problems and symptoms. This will include a review of the following:
- Your personal psychiatric history.
- Family psychiatric history.
- Current symptoms related to psychiatric diagnosis.
- Substance use history.
- Medical history and current medical problems.
The purpose of the review will be to determine what concerns and symptoms are interfering with your day-to-day functioning and well-being. Once a proximate diagnosis is established, psychiatric testing may be obtained to ensure a more precise diagnosis. Our providers then focus on the individual needs of the patient by developing a personalized treatment plan. The plan may incorporate individual, family, group and/or couples therapy with psychiatric medications. A long-term plan will be established as well.
If you are experiencing symptoms that lead you to consider psychiatric services, do not hesitate to call our office. Individuals who suffer from psychiatric illnesses often turn to mental health specialists as a last resort, allowing his/herself years of struggling. Patients are sometimes convinced that psychiatric illnesses are simply personal issues that should be tolerated. That is not the case.
At Hattiesburg Clinic Psychiatry – Lincoln Center , we strive to provide the highest quality of care, by first understanding the needs of our patients. One-on-one evaluations allow us to determine the root of your psychiatric illness and develop a plan to help you achieve good mental health that allows you to live a better quality of life.