Integrative Psychiatric Care

Comprehensive mental health plans tailored to you–not just your symptoms.

Hudson Mind Psychiatry

Our psychiatry practice focuses on both diagnosing and treating mental health conditions through a combined application of evidence-based pharmaceutical, psychotherapy, and holistically-oriented comprehensive lifestyle intervention.

The Hudson Process

For patients new to psychiatry, Hudson Mind enacts a comprehensive diagnostic process before developing personalized treatment plans, which may include:
Step 1: Clinical Intake Questionnaire
Prior to your initial evaluation, we will first have you fill out a clinical intake questionnaire which will ask you for information such as your symptoms, medical history and past/current medications. This will be required to complete before meeting with the psychiatrist.
Step 2: Clinical Evaluation
The evaluation is conducted to better understand the scope of current symptoms, considering medical, family, and trauma histories. During this appointment, the psychiatrist will be assessing the severity and duration of symptoms. Throughout the evaluation, industry-standard psychiatric scales and cognitive and emotional functioning tests may be utilized to hone in on a diagnosis and construct a treatment plan.
Step 3: Collaboration
Collaboration with previous or current mental health providers (as well as other parties involved in your mental health journey) may help our psychiatrist to ensure the ongoing treatment plan is as comprehensive as possible.

Personalized Treatment Through Integration

Integrative psychiatry supplements traditional pharmaceutical and psychotherapeutic care with a more holistic and personalized treatment course, designed to help you reestablish the power of present focus to not only improve mental health symptoms, but enhance your overall life.
This type of psychiatric care is a highly collaborative experience between patient and mental health provider. And just as no two patients are the same, no two treatment plans are the exact same.
Providers work alongside patients to design care plans that consider every aspect of a patient’s life—from their unique experience of symptoms to their health histories, current lifestyles, aspirations and future goals.

Integrative Plans May Include:

Interventional Psychiatry
Ketamine therapy
Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation
Dual-Sympathetic Block

Medication Management
Safe and evidence-based medication management will be a focus of ongoing care with a goal of optimizing yet also minimizing the role of medications in your mental health journey.

Behavioral & Trauma-Informed Therapies

Therapies may include cognitive and dialectical behavioral, and trauma-informed.

Conditions

  • Depressive and anxiety disorders
  • Bipolar and schizophrenia spectrum disorder
  • Trauma and stressor-related disorders
  • Neurodevelopmental disorders (ADHD, Autism)
  • Neurocognitive disorders
  • Sleep-wake disorders
  • Obsessive-compulsive and related disorders
  • Somatic symptom disorders
  • Gender and identity dysphoria
  • Substance-related and addictive disorders

Benefits of Integrative Psychiatric Care

  • Increased Patient Engagement
  • Reduced Side Effects
  • Enhanced Well-being

Patients have the chance to take on a more proactive role in their own treatment.

With integrated mental health interventions and lifestyle treatments, patients may choose to taper off of pharmaceuticals.

Integrated treatments not only diminish symptoms, but may improve overall mental and physical health, and quality of life.

Meet Hudson Mind’s Psychiatrist

Dr. Marcel Green, MD
“I believe a quality psychiatrist should not just be an expert of diagnoses and medications, they should be an expert in evaluating all aspects of a person before forming a treatment plan. That includes understanding your journey in life—the people, places and experiences that have shaped you.”
– Dr. Marcel Green

For Providers

We offer clinical second opinions and practice-to-practice consultations. Contact us if you think your patients may benefit from our integrative treatments.

Relax in a Tranquil Space

Your journey starts in our Welcome Lounge where you can mentally prepare for your treatment. Every detail in our space was intentionally designed to promote relaxation and healing.

Common Questions

Is Integrated Psychiatry covered by insurance?

Psychiatry is not covered by insurance. However, some treatments in your care plan may be covered by insurance, including Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation.

I already work with a therapist. Do you involve them when designing a treatment plan?

Absolutely! Collaboration with your therapist is highly encouraged and enhances your Hudson Mind mental health care.

How much does Psychiatric Care cost?

$500/hour for comprehensive consultations and ongoing psychiatric care. For complete pricing and fees, click here.

Financing

Hudson Mind is committed to making our treatments accessible and affordable to as many patients as possible. You may be eligible for financing options.

Referrals

Hudson Mind works with top psychotherapists from across the US. Contact us if you’d like a referral.

Take the first step towards better mental health today.