Psychiatrist in Hudson WI
Do you currently take medication for anxiety, ADHD, PTSD, bipolar disorder, or other mental health conditions?
Has your doctor or therapist recommended medication as part of your treatment plan?
If so, you may be in need of a psychiatrist. Midwest Psychological Services has several psychiatrists in the Hudson, WI area, covering clients of all ages.
We offer a wide range of psychiatric services, from psychological testing to medication management. Contact our office at (715) 381-1980 to schedule an appointment with a psychiatrist near you.
Evidence-Based Psychiatric Services and Medication Management
Medication management is just as much an art as it is a science. A psychiatrist must find the proper combination of medications and dosages for each client’s body, lifestyle, and symptoms. Our psychiatrists in Hudson, WI have years of specialized training to find the proper balance of counseling and medication. If medication is not the ideal treatment path, we have several psychologists on staff who offer personalized counseling and therapy services.
- Licensed Psychiatrists Who Treat Anxiety, Depression, ADHD, Bipolar Disorder, Schizophrenia, and More
- Psychological Testing Services Available for Children, Teens and Adults
- Medications Are Adjusted as Needed to Provide the Best Treatment for Each Client
- Individual and Group Counseling to Further Your Treatment
- Moving to the Hudson, WI Area? We Will Consider Your Existing Prescriptions for Medication Management
If you need a psychiatrist or if you’re interested in our counseling programs, contact Midwest Psychological Services at (715) 381-1980. We will verify your insurance prior to treatment to provide transparent pricing and match you with the right provider in Hudson, WI.
Psychiatrist vs. Psychologist – Which One Is Right for Me?
There are many differences between a psychiatrist vs. psychologist, both in their training and in the way they treat patients. Psychiatrists mostly focus on medication management for patients with depression, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, mood disorders, ADHD, and other conditions.
Psychologists work on the therapeutic side of mental health, providing counseling solutions for a wide range of circumstances. While their services often overlap, they use different approaches to assist their clients. We will find the best treatment path for your individual needs, whether it be psychiatry, individual counseling, or a specialized therapy plan.