The experienced team of psychiatrists and therapists at Greenwich Avenue Psychiatry, based in Greenwich, Connecticut, welcomes adults and adolescents having problems with their mental health. Led by psychiatric nurse practitioner Margaret Miller, DNP and Kara Grayson LCSW, the team offers both in-person and telehealth services to patients throughout New York and Connecticut. Greenwich Avenue Psychiatry is committed to providing a safe haven where patients can benefit from empathy, open dialogue, and empowerment.
The Greenwich Avenue Psychiatry team understands the distress psychiatric disorders cause and guides patients toward balance and fulfillment. They use a harmonious combination of traditional psychiatry, including medication management and psychotherapy, alongside complementary approaches and cutting-edge new treatments like ketamine-assisted psychotherapy.
The holistic, integrative solutions Greenwich Avenue Psychiatry offers help patients overcome conditions like depression, anxiety, obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), and eating disorders.
The team also offers expert support and optimized care for patients with incurable conditions like schizophrenia, attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), and bipolar disorder. Adolescent psychiatry for young people 12-18 and women’s health are among Greenwich Avenue Psychiatry’s specialties.
The team believes that therapy is far more than a treatment for existing disease. It also provides insight, builds resilience, and creates a safe exploration space. Patient-centered care isn’t a hollow concept at Greenwich Avenue Psychiatry — it’s a heartfelt commitment to foster patient well-being.
The team tailors treatments to suit each patient, incorporating lab work and genomic testing and coordinating with primary care providers. The providers use various individual psychotherapies, including cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), interpersonal therapy, narrative treatment, insight-oriented psychotherapy, and cognitive training to enhance attention and performance.
Group therapy and family support groups are available to connect people going through similar experiences. Mental health problems can seem isolating, but the human connection these groups offer helps patients know they aren’t alone.
Call Greenwich Avenue Psychiatry for further details or schedule a consultation online today.