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A psychiatric evaluation is a diagnostic tool employed by a psychiatrist. It may be used to diagnose problems with memory, thought processes, and behaviors. Diagnoses can include depression, schizophrenia, anxiety, bipolar disorder, and addiction.
Medication management is also often referred to as Medication Therapy Management (MTM). It’s part of a comprehensive treatment plan ensuring that you are taking the correct dose of the correct medication for the optimal effectiveness of the medication. In addition to ensuring the right dosage. Medication is an important part of treatment for many psychiatric conditions. However, these substances must be carefully monitored so that you experience the benefits of the medication while minimizing side-effects.
A psychiatric consultation is a comprehensive evaluation of the psychological, biological, medical and social causes of emotional distress. This information, as well as any necessary medical records and laboratory tests, will lead to the formulation of a comprehensive treatment plan.
A second opinion is when you ask a doctor to look at your diagnosis or treatment plan again because you don’t agree with it. You may want a second opinion if you disagree with your diagnosis or treatment.