Providing Psychiatric Mental Health Services In Columbus, Ohio & Surrounding Areas

The team of mental health experts at ONE Health are committed to providing an exceptional patient experience and building a care plan tailored to your specific needs.

Here is what you can expect.

Step 1. Assess and Diagnose Psychiatric/Mental Health Conditions

We will perform a comprehensive assessment ensuring we understand you and your concerns, history, and mental health symptoms that might be impacting you. We will make initial diagnoses.

A diagnosis might include one or more of the following conditions: Major Depressive Disorder, Bipolar Disorder, Generalized Anxiety Disorder, Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder, Posttraumatic Stress Disorder, Post-Partum Depression, or other conditions.

Step 2. Complete Additional Diagnostic Testing and Consider other Referrals

Based on your assessment, we determine if additional testing, medical evaluation, or referrals might be necessary to best treat your condition. For example, we might order blood work, genetic testing, or other tests to ensure we have all the information required for accurate diagnosing. We might also recommend additional therapy with a talk therapist.

Therapists and counselors are a group of providers who exclusively provide talk therapy for individuals and families with mental health illness, such as Anxiety or Depression, or emotional concerns, such as partner conflict, grief, or trauma. A therapist may be a psychologist with a PhD. Or they could be a counselor, who is a social worker with a master’s degree; they are often referred to as a LISW or LPCC.

Step 3. Develop a Treatment and Care Management Plan

We will utilize the most up to date evidence-based interventions to effectively treat your condition. Often this will include the prescribing of psychotropic medications that can reduce or eliminate symptoms, improving quality of life, in addition to supportive psychotherapy.

Medication management refers to the comprehensive process of prescribing medications to the patient for the diagnosed illness and the ongoing medical monitoring required to safely achieve desired patient outcomes. Psychiatric nurse practitioners work with you to address side effect concerns, potential reactions to other medications, and other issues that might be interfering with your recovery.

While you don’t need a referral to see us, having one can help your provider access and better understand your history so they can more effectively treat you.

Ready to take the next step? Contact us and we will reach out to you to begin the process towards a healthier you.