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  Services & Treatments We Provide

Disorders Diagnosed/Treated:

  Mood: Depression, Bipolar and Disruptive Mood
Dysregulation Disorders.
  Anxiety: Generalized Anxiety, Social anxiety, Panic,
Obsessive compulsive disorder, PTSD,
Agoraphobia, Separation anxiety, Phobias,
Selective Mutism, and School Refusal.
  Disruptive Behaviors: ADHD, Oppositional Defiant
Disorder, andConduct Disorder.
  Psychosis: Schizophrenia, Schizoaffective, and
Delusional Disorders.
  Development: Autism Spectrum, Sensory Integration,
and Socialcommunication Disorders.
  Sleep: Insomnia, Night Terrors, Nightmares,
Circadian-Rhythm Disorders.
  Elimination: Bedwetting, Soiling.
  Impulse Control: Intermittent Explosive Disorder,
Trichotillomania (hair pulling), Hoarding,
Excoriation Disorder (Skin-Picking).
  Movement: Tics, Tourette's, Dystonia, Akathisia,
and Pseudoparkinsonism.
  Personality Disorders: Doctors can diagnose and
therapists can treatthese disorders.
  Relationships: Parenting, Complicated Grief, Couple
and Family Relational Issues.
  Substances: Diagnosis Only, detox and maintenance
services are referred out.

Services Provided:

   Psychiatric Evaluation:
Diagnostic Interview, Medical Evaluation (Labs
and Imaging a sappropriate) and referrals for
therapy.
  Medication Management
  Tele-Psychiatry
  Hospital Contracts
  Counseling
Modalities Include:

Supportive Therapy
CBT - Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
DBT - Dialectical Behavioral Therapy
Couple/Marriage Therapy
Jacqui Johnson and ICFamily Therapy
Parent Management Training
EMDR - Eye Movement
Desensitazation
and Reprocessing
Play Therapy
Animal Assisted Therapy
Solution Focused Therapy
Group Therapies
(Depending on Needs) -
Self-harm, Parenting, Social Skills,
Anger Management,Weight Loss


Phoenix Weight Loss Weight Loss
   Redemption Psychiatry is now partnering with Dr. Gear of Phoenix Weight Loss to provide a child-centered obesity weight loss program. Dr. Gear's program will be provided at Redemption Psychiatry and will consist of group as well as individual meetings to support your child's weight loss. His program at Redemption Psychiatry utilizes behavioral modification, diet, physical activity and nutraceuticals to promote significant and long-lasting weight loss. Dr. Gear works with both individuals and families to foster healthy behaviors and create a health centered environment in the home.
   Dr. Gear offers a wide variety of services geared towards significant weight loss. Phoenix Weight Loss offers the KE Diet, which is a revolutionary nonsurgical way to lose weight while still keeping the surgical results. Dr. Gear also offers all available medications listed with the American Society of Bariatric Physicians. For more information, visit his site at www.phxweightloss.com.

New Services:


TMS OperatorTMS
   Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation, or TMS, is an innovative new depression treatment now available at Redemption Psychiatry. TMS is for those patients for whom traditional treatment is ineffective or when the side effects of depression medication are too significant to continue treatment. TMS works similarly to an MRI procedure, using a targeted, pulsed magnetic field to stimulate the brain. TMS is minimally invasive; the treatment itself lasts 37 minutes and the patient will be able to drive themselves to and from the appointment. Because there is no change in alertness or comprehension following the procedure, the patient can go to work immediately after the treatment.

   Because TMS is a minimally invasive procedure, there are far less side effects involved than traditional depression medication. It has been proven significantly effective; 1 in 2 patients improved considerably with 1 in 3 patients experiencing no depression symptoms after the treatment. For more information on this exciting new procedure, visit our TMS site at: TMS at Redemption Psychiatry
Ketamine Infusion Treatments
   Ketamine is a medicine that has commonly been used as anesthesia during surgery for children, adults, and animals since it was developed more than 50 years ago. The exciting news is that ketamine was recently found to be a valuable and highly effective treatment for depression, anxiety, PTSD, OCD, fibromyalgia and other pain syndromes. Research studies conducted by the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) as well as academia and industry show that ketamine produces a quick and robust response in patients shown to be unresponsive to other standard treatments for depression. It is rapidly emerging as a potential treatment option for severe or chronic depression and major depression. Now, with Ketamine there is hope for depression sufferers who have had little to no success with more traditional treatments. Unlike the most commonly prescribed oral medications for depression that take weeks or months before the patient and doctor can even decide if the treatment is working, ketamine infusions yield results much more rapidly within hours or just days. The fact is that most patients know within hours after their first infusion whether they are responding. Additionally, the side effect profiles for commonly prescribed oral anti-depressant medications are extensive and sometimes life threatening. The most common experience among patients receiving ketamine infusions is to have no side effects between treatments. As with all medications there are no guaranteed outcomes but the percentage of patients who respond positively to this treatment is very encouraging.
   Low dose Ketamine infusion treatments are now being performed in several of our offices. This is a simple outpatient procedure conducted by our highly competent and caring Doctors and performed within a safe, comfortable environment. Following a consultation to determine the appropriateness and safety of this treatment, patients are guided each step of the process. Ketamine has shown tremendous results in helping relieve the symptoms of depression since it's antidepressant potential was first identified in the 1990's. However, since the patent on Ketamine has expired this treatment is considered “off-label” which means that providers cannot bill insurance for the treatment. Because the effects of a single infusion are short-lived, patients who show response (more than 70%) will get a series of infusions over a two to three-week period.
New Patient Appointments


American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry
American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology
American Psychiatric Association
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