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By: John A.
Parkway Psychiatry & Family Counseling
I've been a patient of Dr. Mosher since I was 13. Going on 33 now, and he's always treated me with the same kind, calm patience that's hallmarked his philosophy on life. Emily has been with him for a long while as well, and I admit her demeanor can be abrupt when at the front desk or on the phone, but she cares and she works very hard at a job which she has great skill in. I think people have come to expect front desk staff to be overly saccharine, and if they don't get diabetes from the interaction then they think they were treated rudely. You will get honesty and respect from the front desk, but be mindful to give the same in return. And Dr. Mosher, well, he's good enough that, when he accepts new patients, there's competition. He can also afford to be choosy. So while I wholeheartedly recommend the man for his skills, I warn prospective patients that this is not a Walmart you are walking into. The customer is not always right. Abuse and disrespect isn't tolerated.
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By: Angel S.
Circles of Care
They gone down hill and keep on going that way they use be really good and caring now they stop it all about money and they field are in different kind dr and not what they do here now dr gates is that only one I know but look up them you see it for self. I been through most of them only one is good dr is gates worst is dr miller
By: Becket B.
Richard Bunt MD
Dr. Bunt was able to explain things to me in a way that made me understand my diagnosis and medication. I left feeling like I had more control over my situation. The office staff is friendly and personable, I never feel like I'm in a "sterile doctor's office"
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A child psychiatrist is a medical doctor who specializes in issues that affect the mental and emotional health of children and teens. Child psychiatrists can provide treatment for children and teenagers who suffer from depression, autism, anxiety disorders, attention disorders, drug addictions, eating disorders, mood disorders, and a wide range of behavioral problems.
Psychiatrists typically ask questions that focus  on the issues that are having a negative effect on your life. In an initial visit with a psychiatrist, you may be asked about symptoms you've experienced, and ways in which you've tried to deal with them. You might be asked about current and past medical conditions, as well asa family health history.
A referral is an authorization from your doctor saying that a certain type of treatment is medically necessary, and it's usually required if you want your insurance company to cover the costs associated with a visit to a psychiatrist. If you don't have insurance, a referral is not required to schedule a psychiatrist visit.
Psychiatrists and psychologists sometimes collaborate, and this typically takes place when working with patients who have serious mental health problems. In cases like this, a psychologist will treat the patient from a behavioral perspective. A psychiatrist will complement this treatment with care that handles issues concerning biology, neurology, and the prescription of drugs.
Many psychiatrists specialize in treating certain conditions. Some psychiatrists focus on substance abuse therapy, and this is the treatment of addiction to substances like alcohol, narcotics, and tobacco. Others specialize in biological psychiatry, which is the treatment of brain chemistry disorders like depression and schizophrenia. Psychiatrists might also specialize in treating elderly patients or children and adolescents.

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