Cluver Psychiatric Group – Psychiatry Personalized for You
Take the first step to mental wellness with Cluver Psychiatric Group
Cluver Psychiatric Group offers outpatient treatment, including psychotherapy and medication management.
If other levels of care are indicated Dr. Cluver and his team will work with you to access the appropriate types and levels of care.
Diagnosis is the process of determining the underlying cause of a patient’s symptoms. Appropriate diagnosis is a vital component of effective psychiatric treatment. A proper diagnosis leads to treatment with appropriate medications and therapies that are approved for the patient’s specific illness. Diagnostic tools used in other areas of medicine (i.e., imaging or lab tests) are not sophisticated or nuanced enough to diagnose psychiatric illnesses. Instead, psychiatrists utilize structured and individualized patient interviews to make accurate diagnoses, which then informs the type of treatment that will be most helpful.
Common treatments offered by Cluver Psychiatric Group are listed below.
Many psychiatric illnesses can be treated with FDA approved medications. Determining whether a medication is appropriate for your particular illness requires diagnostic clarification followed by personalized selection of the medication that is most likely to help you. Consideration is given to your age, specific symptoms, history of previous medication trials, other medications you currently take, and your other medical conditions. Genetic testing is helpful in some cases.
Cognitive therapy is based on the theory that our thoughts, feelings, and behavior are all intertwined. The goal of cognitive therapy is to change one’s thoughts and, more generally, thought processes, which can in turn lead to a change in one’s behavior and feelings. Cognitive therapy is commonly used to treat people with depression, anxiety, and PTSD.
Behavioral therapy also aims to change both one’s thoughts and behaviors, but it starts with a focus on the behaviors, which in turn can lead changes in negative thoughts and feelings. Behavioral therapy is also used to treat people with depression, anxiety, and PTSD.
Insight-oriented therapy, as its name suggests, is all about gaining insight into a patient’s motivation, methods of operation, and patterns. It is commonly used to treat patients with depression or anxiety.
Interpersonal therapy is dedicated to changing how one interacts with others by analyzing and adapting communication styles. Interpersonal therapy is often recommended for patients with depression or anxiety.
ACCEPTANCE AND COMMITMENT THERAPY
Acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT) is an action-oriented approach to psychotherapy that is derived from traditional cognitive and behavioral therapy. Patients learn to stop avoiding, denying, and struggling with their inner emotions and, instead, accept that these feelings are appropriate responses to certain situations, allowing them to make necessary changes in their behavior.
Our approach to everything is driven by science.
When you choose to work with the Cluver Psychiatric Group, your treatment will be based on the most up-to-date science and data. Evidence-based treatment is then uniquely tailored to meet your needs and help you reach your goals.
Appropriate diagnosis is a vital component of effective psychiatric treatment. A proper diagnosis leads to treatment with appropriate medications and therapies that are approved for your specific illness.
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The Good News
Psychiatric illness is treatable, and with individualized care, symptoms can be alleviated.
Contact us to take the first step. Cluver Psychiatric Group will be there to guide you the rest of the way.
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