Services

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Individualized Psychotherapy Modalities

Some providers view medication management as the only way to treat patients. While medications play an important role, at Clarity Behavioral Health Group we also place value in integrating psychotherapy as an important part of our patients’ overall mental health treatment plan.

 

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Our providers have a specialized understanding in various psychotherapy modalities and techniques to support a patient’s recovery process.  By using individualized therapeutic modalities, we support a multidimensional approach alongside methodical medication management.

What to Expect

At Clarity Behavioral Health Group you can expect our approach to include:
 

  • Individualized therapeutic modalities tailored to each individual’s needs
     

  • Integrated psychotherapy techniques within medication management:

 

  • Patient-focused psychotherapy 
    (led by patients)
     

  • Supported psychotherapy
     

  • Psychodynamics psychotherapy
     

  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
     

  • Trauma focused therapy

Fees

Psychiatric evaluation

$400 Initial appointment

$250 follow up

Aaron Wilson, MD
American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology, Board Certified American Board of Preventative Medicine, Addiction Medicine, Board Certified

or

Devin Dunatov, MD

​American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology, Board Certified

Psychiatric evaluation

$300 Initial appointment

$150 follow up

Ian Thomas, DNP, PMHNP

American Academy of Nurse Practitioners Certification (AANPC), Board Certified

or

A Clarity BHG Physician Assistant

National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants (NCCPA), Board Certified


 

We do not process insurance. However, we can provide an itemized receipt to submit to your insurance company for reimbursement.

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There are a number of contributing factors to today's high rates of depression, anxiety, addiction and ongoing trauma, including PTSD. For some individuals, adverse childhood experiences stemming from abuse, sexual assault, or witnessing violent acts, are at the root of their adult traumas. Experiences related to biological factors, chemical imbalances, ongoing chronic health conditions or addictions also play a factor in exacerbating mental health struggles. Most recently, the COVID-19 pandemic has created a number of stressors beyond physical health challenges, including economic difficulties and the anxiety and depression that many are plagued with who are fearful and isolated.