Card on File Policy- Effective Sept 1, 2021 We are now requesting patients provide a card number for us to keep on file for automatic payment of patient responsibility. Cards are kept in a secure database and will only be [...]
July is, once again, Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) Mental Health Month. Every year, this month addresses the mental health needs of those within the BIPOC community. This year’s theme is "strength in communities." Last year, BLM protests spread [...]
Please note: We currently have a list of people in need of urgent appointments. Your appointment time is reserved for you alone. Please be courteous, and when at all possible, provide as much notice as you can for canceling or [...]
How your food can effect your mood Depression can affect every aspect of a person’s life and is a very complex medical issue. While no one knows exactly what causes depression, researchers have identified some genetic correlations and increased risk [...]
Providers now exclusively treating patients via video consultation services in wake of coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak ANNAPOLIS – Oasis: The Center for Mental Health announced today they are now actively booking appointments for video visits and virtual therapy sessions with providers [...]
Many patients have come to our office in recent days looking for help with managing their anxiety in the wake of the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. Here, we have compiled a list of resources for you and your families to help [...]
As the world is experiencing notable person-to-person transmission of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), experts estimate that the majority of people who get this virus may have mild symptoms. However, it can be quite severe for members of our community with underlying [...]
Every year on February 14th, Valentine’s Day is celebrated. We think of people in love…we give and receive gifts that show our affection for loved ones. But, have we ever stopped to think what exactly is the difference between love and affection?
The 2019 Holiday Season is in full swing! Family gatherings began with Thanksgiving and festivities continue throughout December through the New Year. Students are getting ready for a holiday break, while the rest of us are typically running around trying to shop, bake, decorate, mail cards, and prepare for what is generally speaking a joyous time of year.
How often do we stop and think about our own happiness – especially with our work or career choices overall?