Accepted Insurances

We accept most Aetna, HealthNet, United Healthcare and Cigna insurance plans.
We also accept Medical, Medicare and cash pay options are also available. Please contact us if you have any questions.

Depression

Depression is a mood disorder characterized by persistent feelings of sadness, hopelessness, and a lack of interest or pleasure in daily activities.

Anxiety Disorders

Anxiety disorders can be debilitating, but therapy offers effective solutions. Learn about strategies and techniques used in anxiety therapy to regain control and find peace of mind.

ADHD

ADHD brings unique challenges, but therapy offers the skills and insights you need to reclaim focus and enhance your well-being. Explore the benefits of ADHD therapy and take control of your journey.

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Comprehensive Mental Health Services

We offer a full range of mental health services, including psychiatric evaluations, medication management, psychotherapy, and counseling. Our team stays up-to-date with the latest research and clinical best practices to ensure you receive the most effective, evidence-based care tailored to your unique needs and goals.

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Individual & Family Therapy

Service play a crucial role in providing accessible mental health services to individuals in need.

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Medication Management

Feeling overwhelmed by medications? Medication management services offer personalized support, review medications for interactions, and help you understand your prescriptions for the best health outcomes.

Meet Our Specialists

These professionals may include clinical psychologists, counseling psychiatrists, psychotherapists, Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioners, and other specialists.

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Viguen Movsesian

M.D.

TMH Medical Director
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Sarah Ko

TMH CEO / MSN / APRN / PMHNP-BC

Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner
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Keumhee Byeon

MSN / APRN / PMHNP-BC

Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner

Latest Blog Posts

Stay informed about the latest research in psychiatry.

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Link between Sleep Disorders and Mental Health

Sleep disorders significantly impact mental health, exacerbating conditions like depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, and PTSD. Insomnia, sleep disruption, and irregular sleep patterns can worsen mood, heighten anxiety, and trigger mood episodes, creating a vicious cycle that affects overall well-being. Addressing sleep disorders through tailored interventions and healthy sleep habits is crucial for improving mental health and achieving emotional stability.

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Uncovering Sleep Disorders

Exploring the intricate relationship between sleep disorders and mental health reveals a profound bidirectional connection. Poor sleep quality, especially insomnia and reduced REM sleep, can exacerbate mental health conditions like depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, and PTSD. Understanding the signs of sleep disorders and utilizing sleep studies for diagnosis is crucial. Factors such as genetics, environment, and lifestyle choices all play significant roles in sleep quality. Recognizing and treating sleep disorders can significantly enhance mental health and overall well-being. This blog delves into the complexities of these interactions and the importance of addressing both sleep and mental health in treatment strategies.

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Diving Deeper into Personality Disorders

Recent research in personality disorders has focused on genetic predispositions, environmental factors, symptom variability, and therapeutic interventions. Key insights include identifying genetic markers that may allow for early detection and prevention, understanding the impact of early life experiences on disorder development, recognizing distinct symptom clusters, and assessing the long-term effectiveness of various therapies. These findings have significant implications for treatment, such as developing early intervention strategies, creating support systems for at-risk populations, and optimizing therapy techniques. Ultimately, these advances hold the potential to reduce symptom severity, enhance patient resilience and coping mechanisms, and improve overall quality of life and social functioning.

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