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Mental Health Counseling for Teens & Adults

Advanced Psychiatry Associates is a full-service psychiatric facility that offers a wide range of mental health services. Individuals who live in Northern and Southern California are encouraged to visit our facilities and talk to the staff to discover what treatment options may be available to them. The staff at the facility offer genetic testing, medication management, psychotherapy, and counseling services to all of their patients. Treatment options for anxiety, depression, bipolar disorder, and ADD/ADHD are also available. The professional staff have many years of experience and are capable of providing each patient with the highest quality of individualized care to ensure they can live life to the fullest and maintain the quality of life they desire.

The medical staff of the facility is prepared to treat both adults and adolescents with varying degrees of psychosis. The staff at the facility work diligently to provide the highest quality of healthcare to their patients who require medications to control their conditions. The medication management program is designed to ensure that each patient has exactly what they need to live more productive lives.

Behavioral Health Professionals in California

Possible treatment options for bipolar disorder can range from psychotherapy and counseling to cognitive behavioral therapy. Even mild forms of the disorder may require some form of medicinal support. Medications work to control the chemicals in the brain that dictate one’s mood and overall behavior when it comes to their emotional state. Individuals with very mild cases often benefit from psychotherapy and support groups that allow people to share their coping mechanisms. It is important to receive medical treatment as soon as one begins to experience symptoms.

For someone who has never experienced symptoms of the condition before, suddenly begin to show strong signs, tests may be recommended in an attempt to identify exposure to certain chemicals in the environment that may be causing an imbalance.

California Mental Health Services and Support

The highly trained medical professionals at Advanced Psychiatry Associates offer a variety of services to patients who have been diagnosed with bipolar disorder. Their doctors serve patients throughout the state of California, including residents of the Folsom and Sacramento areas. Individuals are encouraged to visit the facility if they have any questions or concerns about bipolar disorder and depression.

  • Bipolar disorder has a variety of symptoms depending on the severity of the condition.
  • The most prominent symptoms are extreme mood swings ranging from severe depression to ultimate highs.
  • Confusion and an inability to remain focused while working are also extremely common.
  • The condition may worsen over time if treatment is not received in a timely fashion.
  • If the condition advances, paranoia, and panic may also become a problem as one’s mental instability begins to affect other areas of cognitive processes.
  • Before making a bipolar diagnosis, the doctor will perform a thorough mental health assessment to determine if other issues may be playing a role in a patient’s behavior.


Genetic testing is very simple. Collecting the sample is non-invasive and will produce accurate results, each and every time. The doctor will use a q-tip-like instrument known as a buccal swab to collect a sample of your DNA from the interior of your cheek.

Once the sample has been collected, the swab will be sent to the laboratory where it will be tested and evaluated.

Once the sample has been collected, the swab will be sent to the laboratory where it will be tested and evaluated, providing the doctor with the information they need to help formulate the type of medication needed to help the person begin the process of regaining their health, and their life. Genetic testing may also inform the doctor about other health conditions that need to be addressed.

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  • What Is A Psychiatrist?

    Psychiatry is the branch of medicine focused on the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of mental, emotional and behavioral disorders. A psychiatrist is a medical doctor (an M.D. or D.O.) who specializes in mental health, including substance use disorders. Psychiatrists are qualified to assess both the mental and physical aspects of psychological problems. People seek psychiatric help for many reasons. The problems can be sudden, such as a panic attack, frightening hallucinations, thoughts of suicide, or hearing "voices." Or they may be more long-term, such as feelings of sadness, hopelessness, or anxiousness that never seem to lift or problems functioning, causing everyday life to feel distorted or out of control.

  • What Conditions Does A Psychiatrist Treat?

    Psychiatrists treat individuals in distress because of various difficulties, including depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, psychosis, and some types of behavioral problems, such as those involving self-destructive or violent impulses. A number of difficulties are influenced by physical conditions.

  • Do Psychiatrists Only Give Out Medication?

    Psychiatrists can provide a wide range of treatments, according to the particular problem and what will work best. These include: medication. general medical care, including checking your physical health and the effects of medication.

  • What If I Am Currently Experiencing An Emergency?

    If you are seriously injured, seriously unwell or have a life-threatening medical emergency, call (911) or go to a hospital emergency department immediately. Examples of medical emergencies include sudden collapse, chest pressure or pain lasting more than 10 minutes, breathing difficulty, uncontrollable bleeding or severe mental health concern.