Comprehensive Psychiatric, Nursing Diagnostic Services



Because a correct and detailed diagnosis improves treatment success, we offer comprehensive assessment services to our consumers and day treatment clients, beginning with a psychiatric assessment during the admissions process. Additional psychological assessment may be recommended after treatment begins.

Our staff has expertise in diagnosing psychotic spectrum disorders, mood disorders, anxiety disorders, and personality disorders. In addition to clarifying a primary diagnosis, psychological assessment can uncover strengths that can be leveraged in the recovery process as well as underlying challenges that need to be addressed – such as a learning disability or an age-related cognitive impairment – for treatment to be successful.



We also offer a Comprehensive Psychiatric and Psychological Assessment service as a stand-alone outpatient service.

What You Receive

Whether receiving an initial diagnosis or clarifying a previous one, assessment clients receive a comprehensive, consumer-friendly report – a roadmap for effective treatment with our agency or through another mental health service provider. A formal assessment summary and treatment recommendations are presented in both written and verbal formats to the client and his or her family by our psychiatrist.

All Assessments Include:

Pre-interview and Psychosocial Assessment: Our counselor will conduct in-person or phone interviews with both the client and family. This will help determine if a comprehensive assessment is appropriate, as well as gather information on treatment history, symptoms, substance use/abuse, and family/ social history. Records from other providers are very helpful in the assessment process.

Psychiatric Evaluation: assessment/interview with our psychiatrist

Summary Presentation of results: Our psychiatrist will discuss the results of the assessment with the client and family. The summary report will include recommended next steps, such as specific interventions and referrals to specialized professionals.


Medication management therapy – or MTM – is a treatment system used by doctors and pharmacists to ensure that patients are receiving optimal therapeutic outcomes for the prescription medications that they may be taking. … Ensuring directional or instruction-based compliance through patient education.


The Psychiatric Nurse provides both general and special outpatient nursing services for individuals with serious mental illness including medication dispensing and monitoring, medication skills training, giving injections, working with pharmacies. This position provides medical case management services and works with the client, other professional medical providers, and clinicians to establish culturally competent service plans and treatment services. The Psychiatric Nurse works outside of a “4-wall” model to integrate a variety of disciplines and community services for the benefit of the patient.


Psychiatric Nursing Services: Mental health nurses work closely with a Psychiatrist and mental health consumers. They are experts in assessing, diagnosing, and treating people with psychiatric problems. Mental health nurses work as part of a team to provide total medical care for the patient.

Some of the common duties of a mental health nurse include:

Evaluate the mental health needs of patients
Provide psychotherapy services
Provide care in coordination with families, doctors, and other health professionals
Come up with treatment plans for the patient
Provide personal care to the patient
Give medications

Services that we provide:

Behavior & Mood Disorders
Community Nursing & Social Services
Diabetes/Eating Disorders
Mood & Personality Disorders
Neuro-therapy Functional Medicine
Psychiatry & Medication Personality