FAQ

How do I make an appointment with a psychiatrist?
To make a psychiatric appointment, you can call 502-221-9938 or fill out our contact form at the bottom of the page.

What do I need to bring to my appointment?
For every psychiatric appointment, please bring your insurance information and a valid ID.

How early should I arrive for my psychiatric appointment?
If it is your first appointment please arrive 10 minutes early to fill out mandatory paperwork. For every appointment after that you may arrive at the scheduled time.

What should I expect from my local psychiatrist?
Our Louisville psychiatrist is here to help with any mental health problems a patient may be dealing with. Whether it is depression, bipolar, anxiety disorder, or something else, our local psychiatrist can help. Patients may go through many therapy programs in order to address these issues, including cognitive behavioral therapy, group counseling, and more. Visit the clinical counseling page to learn more.

What is psychiatric evaluation?
A typical comprehensive psychological evaluation consists of many components in order to measure cognitive function and emotional fortitude. To learn more about Landmark’s psychiatric evaluation process, visit our psychiatric services page.

What is a psychiatric counseling?
Psychiatric counseling is in place to help clinicians address a mental health condition that a patient may be dealing with. Whether it is depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, or something else, psychiatric counseling can help. Patients will go through many therapy programs in order to address these issues, including cognitive behavioral therapy, group counseling, and more. You can learn more about clinical counseling options here.

What is a co-occurring disorder?
Substance use disorder is often caused by or causes co-occurring psychiatric disorders that can exacerbate the problem and cause substance abuse to become a more cyclical issue. If you would like to learn more about co-occurring problems and psychiatric disorders, you can read more here.

Are you experiencing depression?
There are a number of different symptoms and signs that point to someone suffering from depression. For example, persistent sadness, irritability, feelings of hopelessness, fatigue, suicidal ideation, and more are all signs that you or a loved one may be experiencing some form of depression. Generally, to be diagnosed with clinical or major depressive disorder, symptoms must be present nearly every day for at least two weeks. To learn more about depression and treatment options, visit Landmark’s Services page.

What are the different types and symptoms of anxiety disorder?
Three of the main types of depression include generalized anxiety disorder, panic disorder, and phobia-related problems. generalized anxiety disorder is characterized by excessive anxiety or worry, irritability, difficulty concentrating, sleep problems, and more. panic disorder involves recurrent unexpected panic attacks that cause intense fear and come on quickly. You can learn more about the different types of anxiety psychiatric disorders here.

How do you treat psychiatric disorders like depression?
Depression and other psychiatric issues like PTSD and ADHD are usually treated with a combination of medication and psychotherapy. At Landmark Outpatient Services we have dedicated clinicians on staff to provide patients with the highest quality of care to help overcome these obstacles. You can learn more about the treatment options offered at Landmark here.

What are the benefits of joining a treatment center?
Seeking out help mental and physical health issues that you may be facing will help you improve your quality of life and can even solve social and financial problems that these problems may have caused. Going through a counseling program can help overcome certain psychiatric challenges such as depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, and more. To learn more about how Landmark can help please visit our Services page.


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