A provider will meet with the new patient (and family for younger patients) for an extended interview which will gather information on history, symptoms, family and social functioning. The first appointment will take approximately an hour. Once a diagnosis has been determined, we will discuss options with his/her patient and family and together develop a plan of care.
Do you see developmently-delayed patients?
Some. We do see mildly developmently delayed patients with an IQ of 90 or higher.
Do you take Medicare?
No sorry, we do not take medicare
Do you see adult patients?
Yes. We give preference to ages 5 to 25. However, we see children, adolescents and young adults from ages 5 to 50.
What if I have an emergency?
If the emergency presents a threat to the health of the patient, please call 911 or proceed to the nearest emergency room.
What if I have an Urgent Situation?
If your situation is urgent, please call our office and we will see you as quickly as possible.
What kinds of disorders do you treat?
Please see our Home page for a list of disorders that we treat:
Refills are prescribed during scheduled appointments. Call today to book an appointment if you're due for a refill. If you are a current patient and we cannot see you by the time you run out of medication, we require at least 48 business hours notification to refill your prescription. PLEASE NOTE: we do not accept refills from your pharmacy.
How often will I see you?
Typically providers see patients once a month. However, this can vary dependant on his/her condition. If more aggressive changes and monitoring are required he/she will see the patient more often. If the patient is stable, we will see him/her less often.
Do you see autistic patients?
Yes, some. We do see mildly autistic patients and patients with high-functioning autism, broad autism phenotype and Asperger's Syndrome. However, we do not see moderately to severely autistic patients.