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MPA is an outpatient mental health clinic serving Madison and its surrounding communities with expert psychiatric care since 1953. Our diverse staff of mental health professionals provides a wide range of treatment options for you and your family. We are a group comprised of independent psychiatrists, psychologists, clinical social workers, licensed marriage and family therapists, and licensed professional counselors. Our Clinicians blend their varying specialties together to provide comprehensive and compassionate treatment for our patients. So whether you are looking for counseling, medication management, or testing services, our staff is devoted to finding the right tools to aid you on your path to wellness.
MPA - East: 2702 International Lane, Suite 207, Madison WI 53704
Mental Health Solutions includes masters and doctorate level psychologists, social workers, professional counselors, and psychiatrists.
MADISON, WI 53719
Psychiatric Services, S.C., is an experienced and compassionate team of mental health professionals, dedicated to helping individuals and families meet their goals of wellness. Our Find a Therapist tool will help you find the right clinicians for your individual needs.
Availability as of June 2022: They don't have any therapists taking new clients now. They have psychiatrists taking new adult clients but not child clients. They are currently scheduling adult Autism diagnostic evaluations but not child Autism evaluations.
Madison, WI 53705
The Well Badger Resource Center is an information and referral (I&R) service for Wisconsin individuals and families. We like to think of I&R services as the art, science, and practice of connecting you with the services they need when it comes to health and human services. Information and referral services create and maintain databases of programs and services, and then make sure, through a variety of channels and outreach, that you and others in your community know about those services.
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The TIES Clinic provides psychiatric care and consultation to Dane County residents with intellectual and developmental disabilities. All patients seen in the TIES clinic receive services through the Community TIES Behavioral Support Program. The TIES Clinic is coordinated by Joanne Law, RN.
Patients seen in the TIES clinic often include individuals who are unable to obtain psychiatric care from other providers due to financial situation, behavioral issues, or medical complexity. The clinic is scheduled on the first Wednesdays and Thursday of every month with Steve Singer, MD, and twice a month on Thursdays with Lauren Bern, MD. Both are psychiatrists who have extensive experience treating persons with developmental disabilities.
TIES Clinic staff work closely with TIES Behavioral consultants to coordinate and carry out psychiatric and behavioral interventions to improve the participant’s independence and inclusion in their community. The TIES Clinic offers ongoing psychiatric care but also occasionally provides one-time consultations when appropriate.. When possible, stable patients are referred back to their primary physician or another community psychiatrist. Funding for the clinic is obtained from Dane County Human Services, Medical Assistance, Medicare, and private insurance (when available).
For most TIES Clinic patients, accurate assessment and effective treatment relies upon the active involvement and participation of other care givers involved in the patient’s support. With the patient’s (or the patient’s guardian’s) permission, family members, case managers/support brokers, residential and vocational support staff, teachers, AFH providers, and guardians are welcomed and encouraged to attend appointments and to share information about their observation of symptoms and their evaluation of the progress of treatment.
Madison, WI 53713