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Monthly Archives: August 2016

Adult Psychotherapy

Hanover Psychiatry offers a wide range of types of psychotherapies, such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical behavioral therapy, psychodynamic therapy, and acceptance and commitment therapy. Common symptoms/issues addressed in therapy include anxiety, worry, sadness and depression, anger, irritability, chronic pain, sleep problems, attention difficulties, mood swings, relationship difficulties, stomach problems, adjustment to change, work challenges, […]

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Family Psychotherapy

Many families face challenges in areas such as communication, navigating major life events, and repairing damaged bonds. Hanover Psychiatry clinicians are skilled at helping families address these common challenges that they are currently facing. Family therapy can help family members gain a better understanding of the dynamics of their family and how to improve upon these […]

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Child and Adolescent Psychotherapy

Psychiatrists and psychologists at Hanover Psychiatry are available to conduct psychiatric or psychological diagnostic evaluations and provide ongoing psychotherapy for children ages 4 and up, as well as families. Therapy for children and adolescents uses evidenced based practices and is tailored to the developmental age of the child and often times involves the parent(s) and […]

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Neuropsychological Evaluation for Adolescents

Neuropsychological evaluations are a scientifically-based way to assess an adolescent’s functioning in domains such as intellect, memory, attention, speed of information processing, and executive functions including impulse control, problem solving, ability to think flexibly, and organization. Some ways that Neuropsychological evaluations can be beneficial include: Identify cognitive problems that are not detected by other kinds […]

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Professionals Health Program

Our Professionals Health Program conducts psychological, psychiatric and neuropsychological evaluations to make determinations of the impact of mental illness and/or substance use on a person’s ability to perform their job.  Recommendations may include a plan for remediation, to help a person maintain employability or return to work.

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Forensic Evaluations

A forensic evaluation is done by a psychologist or psychiatrist who has an understanding of how psychological issues may intersect with legal issues. Our team at Hanover Psychiatry is available to help individuals involved in the justice system sort out many complex questions, including: Custody disputes. Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. Competency (legal, financial). Substance Use […]

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Diagnostic Evaluations

Our diagnostic evaluations are conducted by expert clinicans. Our administrative coordinators will match you with the evaluation clinician who best fits your presenting concerns and symptoms. Using a biopsychosocial perspective, we aim to understand all aspects of your well being and functioning, resulting in an accurate diagnostic impression and recommendations.

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