Experiencing a fulfilling and long-lasting recovery from mental illness and/or addiction can sometimes come down to finding the right medication or medication combination. Therapy and medicine, taken together, can be just the approach that’s needed to ensure a successful treatment.

However, people can respond differently to the medicines prescribed for psychological illness. Psychiatric drugs are not a one-size-fits-all solution, so medication management is called for. It’s critical that your psychiatrist and health care providers monitor your medication’s success, side effects, and possible interactions with drugs, alcohol, other prescription medications, and supplements you may be taking.

Initially, we may start with a trial of medication for a set period of time, in order to evaluate how the medication is meeting your goals and what side effects, if any, you may be experiencing. By carefully assessing (and re-assessing) the type, dosage, and efficacy of medication, we can ensure a treatment plan that is tailored to your individual needs.

Not all patients need medication, but some psychiatric symptoms like anxiety, panic attacks, depression, and bipolar disorder can be effectively treated with short- or long-term use of medications.

Doctor prescribing medication to patient

BOLD Health provides personal appointments with a medical provider for the assessment, treatment, and ongoing management of psychotropic medications. These services are aimed at addressing psychiatric conditions and addiction.

Our approach involves a thorough evaluation to determine the most effective treatment plan, followed by careful monitoring and adjustment of medications as needed. This personalized care ensures that each patient receives tailored treatment that aligns with their specific mental health and addiction needs.

Stay ahead of your meds.

Our psychiatrists can evaluate your need for medication, prescribe meds as necessary, and help assess their success on a continuing basis.

Give us a call at 760-503-4703 or contact us to find out more about how we can help.