Oasis provides timely access to mental health care for children, adolescents, adults and families in a private, comfortable setting. Call for an appointment now.

Getting Help

Our patients turn to us when they experience the following symptoms:

  • Feeling sad or down
  • Confused thinking or reduced ability to concentrate
  • Excessive fears or worries
  • Extreme mood changes
  • Withdrawal from friends and activities

Patient Testimonials

“Thank you for taking care of our son April – July …We were without a doctor and in need of immediate help and you gave us an appointment that very day! We can’t thank you enough for all your help! No one is more cherished in this world than someone who lightens the burden of another.” –This made our day – Thank you!

Patient Testimonials

I was snapping at my wife. My children didn’t want to be around me. My family suffered. My work suffered. Thanks to Oasis, I have a whole new outlook. My wife and my kids like me. Best of all, I like myself.

Patient Testimonials

I looked okay on the outside. That’s because I was good at hiding it. It’s true—I have a great family, love my job, and have plenty of friends. I just lost interest in everyone and everything. I didn’t understand why I couldn’t just snap out of it. Then, my friend took me to Oasis. I was diagnosed with major depression and prescribed medication and therapy right away. Now, what people see on the outside is a good reflection of what’s on the inside.

Patient Testimonials

I was spinning out of control. Sometimes, I had so much energy that I stayed up all night and was so impulsive that I spent money I didn’t have. Other times, I was so low I could hardly get out of bed. I felt extremely tired – sometimes even suicidal. I couldn’t focus at work and I avoided people during these high and low periods. At OASIS, I was diagnosed with manic-depressive illness and was treated successfully with medication and therapy. The doctor also spoke with my family so they understood what I am dealing with each day. I now feel more balanced and in control than ever before.

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Refer a Patient

Oasis accepts referrals from parties treating a patient or from those concerned about a colleague or loved one, including the following:

  • Families
  • Medical practitioners
  • Employers
  • Schools

Oasis Welcomes You at Our Office

Oasis: The Center for Mental Health
175 Admiral Cochrane Drive
Suite 110
Annapolis, MD 21401

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About Oasis

A mental health crisis doesn’t come at a convenient time. Oasis understands that when you or a loved one is in need, you need prompt, professional attention. You need to know someone is there for you, to get you through the difficult times. Oasis is that calm in the storm — that light at the end of the tunnel. We provide a much-needed alternative to stressful emergency room visits and long waits for medical appointments. Our experienced team of certified psychiatrists, clinical psychiatric nurses,and social workers are committed to helping you. With compassion and professionalism, we will help chart the course to mental wellness. Oasis is also there for family and friends of those who suffer with mental health issues. We provide outreach and referral services to answer your questions and ease your heartache. Most importantly, we let you know that you are not alone!

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We Can Respond Positively To the Shock of Random Violence – Kathy L. Miller


Oasis owner & founder Kathy Miller speaks out in Capital newspaper with a hopeful message following the tragedy in Las Vegas.

This week we experienced another shift in the “new normal” of violence in our country. Shooting sprees can occur for no apparent reason and can affect hundreds, or in this most recent case, thousands, of people at one time. As a therapist, I’m tasked with helping people cope with these stressful situations that reverberate through us as individuals and as a society.

We know that people cannot function well at work and at home on a continued level of high anxiety. How long can one stay sad, angry, upset? To protect ourselves, we acclimate to new information and work to accommodate these intense emotions as best we can. My concern is the accommodation for painful emotions can lead to an absence of feeling and thinking. When we allow ourselves to grow numb, to neutralize negative information, we are prone to push aside the most recent incident and move on, less horrified and more complacent. Read the full post.