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Psychiatric Treatment & Medication Management Services

At Mindsense Serenity LLC, we provide psychiatric treatment , medication management and Adjunct Psychotherapy services for the following disorders:

Anxiety, ADHD/ADD, Depression, Adjustment Disorder, Personality Disorders, Behavioral issues, Conduct Disorders/ODD, Bipolar Disorders, Emotional Disturbance, Mood Disorders, Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD), Trauma, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and more.

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Anxiety is a natural human response to stress or perceived threats. It's characterized by feelings of unease, apprehension, and worry. While occasional anxiety can be a normal part of life, when it becomes excessive and persistent, it can interfere with daily functioning and well-being. Anxiety often involves physical symptoms such as a racing heart, sweating, trembling, and a heightened state of alertness. In more severe cases, it can lead to panic attacks or chronic conditions like generalized anxiety disorder (GAD), social anxiety disorder, or specific phobias. 


Depression is a serious mental health condition characterized by persistent feelings of sadness, hopelessness, and a loss of interest or pleasure in once-enjoyed activities. It often comes with physical symptoms like changes in appetite, sleep disturbances, and fatigue. Depression can impact cognitive functions, leading to difficulty concentrating and making decisions. It may also result in physical health problems and strained relationships. In its more severe forms, depression can lead to thoughts of suicide or self-harm. 


Bipolar disorder (formerly called manic-depressive illness or manic depression) is characterized by extreme mood swings between manic or hypomanic episodes and depressive episodes. During manic or hypomanic phases, individuals may experience elevated mood, increased energy, impulsivity, and a decreased need for sleep. Depressive episodes involve persistent sadness, fatigue, changes in appetite and sleep, and a loss of interest in previously enjoyed activities. Bipolar Disorder can disrupt daily life and relationships, and it often requires ongoing treatment.


Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) is a mental health condition that can develop after experiencing or witnessing a traumatic event. Common traumatic events that may trigger PTSD include accidents, violence, natural disasters, or military combat. PTSD symptoms often involve:

  • Flashbacks: Repeated, distressing memories or nightmares of the traumatic event.

  • Avoidance: Avoiding places, people, or activities that remind you of the trauma.

  • Hyperarousal: Feeling constantly on edge, irritable, and experiencing difficulty sleeping.

  • Negative Changes in Thinking and Mood: This can involve persistent negative thoughts, emotional numbness, or difficulty with memory and concentration.



Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD) is a mental health condition. This type of condition happens when parts of the brain cannot communicate well with each other . It is characterized by the presence of obsessions and compulsions. The obsessions are intrusive, unwanted and distressing thoughts or fears which may lead to repetitive behaviors or urges (compulsions) that interfere with daily activities causing significant distress. An individual with OCD cannot easily control the obsessions and compulsions which ultimately cause them to be driven to perform repetitive behaviors to try to ease stress. Medication management in improving functional status.

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Conduct Disorder (CD) is a psychiatric condition diagnosed in childhood and adolescence, characterized by a persistent pattern of behavior that violates societal norms, rules, and the rights of others. Symptoms of Conduct Disorder include aggression towards people and animals, destruction of property, deceitfulness or theft, serious violations of rules (such as running away from home or staying out late), and lack of empathy or remorse for one's actions. Treatment for Conduct Disorder often involves a combination of therapy, such as cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), family therapy, and sometimes medication. Early intervention is crucial in managing symptoms and preventing the escalation of antisocial behavior.

Oppositional Defiant Disorder (ODD) is a childhood disorder characterized by a persistent pattern of hostile, disobedient, and defiant behavior towards authority figures. Symptoms include frequent temper tantrums, arguing with adults, refusing to comply with rules or requests, deliberately annoying others, blaming others for one's mistakes or misbehavior, and being easily annoyed or angered.​ Treatment for ODD often involves therapy, such as parent management training (PMT), individual counseling, and social skills training. In some cases, medication may be prescribed to manage co-occurring conditions like ADHD or mood disorders.


Stress is your body's natural response to challenges or demands. While some stress can be motivating, too much can have negative effects on your physical and mental health.

Types of Stress:

  • Acute Stress: Short-term stress triggered by specific events or situations.

  • Chronic Stress: Ongoing stress from long-term problems or situations.

  • Everyday Stress: Daily hassles and pressures that accumulate over time.

Effects of Stress:

Stress can impact your body and mind in various ways:

  • Physical: Headaches, muscle tension, digestive issues.

  • Emotional: Anxiety, irritability, mood swings.

  • Behavioral: Changes in appetite, sleep disturbances, social withdrawal.

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Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is a neurodevelopmental disorder commonly diagnosed in childhood. It involves persistent patterns of inattention, hyperactivity, and impulsivity that can impact a child's functioning and development. Symptoms often manifest before the age of 12 and can affect academic, social, and emotional aspects of a child's life. Diagnosis involves observing behavior over time, and treatment may include behavioral interventions, psychoeducation, and, in some cases, medication. Early identification and support are crucial for managing ADHD and promoting a child's well-being. 

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Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) in adults is a continuation of the neuro-developmental disorder that often persists from childhood. Symptoms include difficulties with attention, hyperactivity, and impulsivity, which can affect various aspects of adult life, such as work, relationships, and daily tasks. Diagnosis often involves assessing childhood history and current symptoms, and treatment typically includes a combination of therapy, medication, and lifestyle adjustments. ADHD in adults can present unique challenges but with proper support and management strategies, individuals can learn to cope effectively and lead fulfilling lives.

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Medications are crucial in treating mental health issues, with the right ones significantly improving a patient's quality of life. While efficacy varies among individuals, several factors such as medical history  and presenting issues are considered to tailor a medication regimen. Medication Management at Mindsense Serenity is a service provided by our board certified nurse practitioner . This service includes evaluating a patient's need for a psychotropic medication, prescribing the medication, and monitoring its effectiveness. It is a comprehensive approach based on the assessment of the appropriateness of the medication, the dosage, efficacy, potential side effects, and interactions with other medications or health conditions. Medication management also encompasses regular patient  evaluations, treatment plan reviews , medication education and support for maximum therapeutic benefits.

Psychotherapy Services

Supportive Therapy is a form of psychotherapy that aims to provide emotional support, empathy, and encouragement to individuals facing various challenges or distress. PMHNPs (Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioners) integrate brief supportive therapy into treatment plans alongside medication management by offering a safe space for patients to express their feelings, concerns, and experiences. This approach helps build a therapeutic relationship and complements medication management by addressing emotional needs and enhancing overall mental health care. Supportive Therapy uses guidance and encouragement to help patients build self-esteem, reduce anxiety, strengthen coping mechanisms, and improve social and community functioning. 

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