Outpatient Center

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Psychiatry and Psychology Outpatient Center

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We offer the only fully academic model of mental health management available in the area. All of our faculty clinicians are full-time members of the University of Illinois College of Medicine and each holds the highest level certification required for mental health providers by discipline. We have the knowledge and skills to evaluate and treat every type of mental disorder and life difficulty. Our clinicians have expertise in the diagnosis and treatment of a wide assortment of behavioral problems, including rare illnesses. Our specialists attend to the needs of persons or families faced with anxiety disorders, depression, bipolar, psychosis, borderline personality disorder, relationship problems, sexual dysfunction, stress, dementia, trauma, marital issues, and employment crises. We have the background to provide counseling, coaching, and therapeutic services for those struggling with the demands of everyday life.

rapid transcranial magnetic stimulationTreatment approaches include medication management, cognitive-behavioral therapy, dialectical behavior therapy, interpersonal and psychodynamic therapy, phototherapy, rapid transcranial magnetic stimulation, and electroconvulsive therapy. We also offer psychological testing and forensic evaluation services. Because we teach state-of-art, evidence-based treatment approaches to UIC students and residents, we are able to share this expertise with our patients and clients.

Again, we are the only mental health clinic in the region associated with a residency program nationally certified by the American College of Graduate Medical Education. Learn how our academic credentials benefit you and your loved ones.

Located in the Methodist Atrium Building, our outpatient services may easily access partial and inpatient hospitalization services if needed to ensure our clients receive the full continuum of care.