INITIAL DIAGNOSTIC PSYCHIATRIC EVALUATION (CHILDREN UNDER 18)

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This is an extensive interview with parents and the child/adolescent that covers presenting problems, medical history, psychiatric and psychological histories, developmental, social and academic histories, family history and a thorough mental status interview.

(1 Hour $300.00)


SECOND DIAGNOSTIC EVALUATION (CHILDREN UNDER 18)

This evaluation is mandatory to complete the initial diagnostic psychiatric evaluation listed above. It includes further interviews with parents and the child/adolescent that cover current problems, developmental, social and academic histories, and a thorough discussion of treatment options available. 

(45 Minutes $225.00)


ADULT DIAGNOSTIC EVALUATION

This is an in-depth interview that covers presenting problems, medical history, psychiatric and psychological history, social history, family history and a thorough mental status interview.

(1 Hour $300.00)


PSYCHOTHERAPY WITH/WITHOUT MEDICATION MANAGEMENT

Update interview with one or both parents, followed by a therapy session with child/adolescent and, as needed, a wrap-up session with the family. For adults, psychotherapy is designed to address both current problems and short/long-term goals of the patient. Psychotherapy requires a weekly, every other week, or monthly commitment.

(45 Minutes $185.00)


MEDICATION MANAGEMENT

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These appointments address responses to medication, side effects and alternatives as medically indicated. Children under the age of 18 must be accompanied by one or both parents/guardians.

(Up To 30 Minutes $125.00)


TELEMEDICINE

Telemedicine is considered a "new" approach to treating patients in situations where access to medical care is limited or restricted. In fact, most physicians have practiced telemedicine in their communications with their patients since the invention of the telephone. At this time, the entire field of "telemedicine" is being recognized and both state/federal regulations are beginning to be put in place to govern this practice. To the extent this practice is allowed by law, Dr. Wind is available for telemedicine services. But these services are only available to patients who have been evaluated and treated in person prior to the initiation of telemedicine services.

(Standard fees, as noted above, apply)