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Cassandra Boduch, MD. Chief Medical Officer, PsychPlus

I’ve had the satisfaction of seeing people with difficult depression and anxiety get better with the right treatment. I want to make sure everyone has that chance through access to high-quality behavioral healthcare.

Cassandra Boduch, MD

Chief Medical Officer, PsychPlus

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

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Yes, we offer in-person and virtual appointments at any of our locations. At all of our locations we keep an IPAD in inventory as well, so that if a patient comes in as a walk-in and the provider at that location has a full schedule, they can be set up in one of our patient rooms to have a virtual appointment with another provider at a different location.

Yes, NP/PA’s work under the direct supervision of an MD. They are able to prescribe the same medications that an MD would, it just goes through the MD for approval on controlled substances. 

No, it is not a requirement to see a psychiatrist if you want to see a therapist. We offer both services unilaterally and patient’s can choose to receive both services, or just one if they prefer.

Yes, we accept majority of Medicare and Medicaid plans.

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PsychPlus makes it easy to live a happy, healthy life with options for Psychiatry and Therapy appointments both in-person and virtually from our licensed providers.

Connect with Counselor

741-741

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National Suicide Prevention Lifeline

988

Call or text the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline for 24/7 emotional support.

Medical or mental health emergency

911

If you’re having a medical or mental health emergency, call 911 or go to your local ER.