Best 30 Psychiatrist in Pittsburgh, PA with Reviews - YP.com
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10/13/2017
By: Lynette O.
Dr. Eric D Rickin, MD
Dr. Rickin is amazing! He offers tele-health service that fits into your schedule and especially with a baby at home it is hard to make it out of the house to appointments that fit into my schedule. He is really personable, professional, and intuitive. He takes the time to really listen to you and cares about what is happening in your life and checks in frequently if he makes any medication changes; and he doesn't push medications on you and works with you to find something that will work for you and your lifestyle. He really is the best.
04/17/2017
By: Wen R.
Intercare Psychiatric Services
The clinicians and physicians are all very good. Caring and professional. My complaint is with the office staff and the extreme difficulty in obtaining an appointment. Calls are answered by automation, no live staff answers the phone. If you want an appointment, You are instructed to leave a voice mail with your name and phone number and someone should call you back. Problem is I've left 4 separate requests in the past 3 weeks and and as yet have not received a call back. I have been a patient there for 12 years and cannot get an appointment. I believe there should be an option for speaking with an actual person and the staff should honor the call back requests.
09/15/2016
By: Lesley P.
Intercare Psychiatric Services
I have been going there for years and finally got a good doctor who had been really helping me over the past year. I called today, to find out she left and I never had been notified. In addition, the office staff was not accommodating in helping me find a new appointment while I work full time. Because of this, I have to go off my medication. I am truly disappointed in the lack of accommodation for someone who works full time and needs to have an appointment. Going off medication should not be taken lightly, but in this scenario, it seems to be not an immediate concern for them, but it really is for me.
02/04/2016
By: Peg B.
Intercare Psychiatric Services
I can put into words how much I appreciate how much Intercare has helped me over the past few years. I recommend them to anyone and everyone who needs this kind of health care.
09/04/2012
By: tatanise.marshall
Western Psychiatric Institute And Clinic Of Upmc
This listing needs to be reclassified as Resolve which is a fantastic help for those looking for emergencies. For the listing this is under, it is very misleading, especially with the location shown.
02/08/2008
By: neomax
Berlin Charles S MD
I saw this doctor for several years. I came consistently and on time. Recently I had to miss an appointment due to an emergency. He is charging me over $100.00 for missing the appointment. His normal charge is $30.00 (based on the deductible). When I tried to explain the reason for the missed appointment, he would not even let me finish speaking. He has also given my name and personal information to a collection agency, Pittsburgh Medical Bureau. This agency is threatening to ruin my credit. Dr. Berlin lied to this agency when he told them I made no effort to contact him.
Tips & Advices
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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