Psychotherapy and Psychopharmacology

More and more scientific research is now linking brain chemistry with physical health – our bodies and brains are truly integrated in a complex manner

As an experienced psychotherapist, Dr. Ahmad is able to heal through both medicine and behavioral coping mechanisms. Through psychotherapy and psychopharmacology, Dr. Ahmad is able to find the connections between medicine and psychiatry.


Psychotherapy is the treatment of a behavior disorder, mental illness or any other condition by psychological means and is a key component to treating psychiatric conditions. Psychotherapy helps patients see themselves and their problems more realistically and cope more effectively.

The doctor-patient model is used to diagnose and teach coping mechanisms for a behavioral disorder, mental illness or any other condition. Dr. Ahmad uses a collaborative approach that helps identify issues realistically and generate solutions to deal with them efficiently. Together, you will both formulate a comprehensive treatment strategy that utilizes one or more treatment methods in the manner that best suits your individual needs.

The Integrative Center for Wellness specializes in interpersonal dynamic and supportive psychotherapy for individuals, couples and family in the following areas:

  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  • Bipolar Disorder
  • Panic Disorder
  • ADHD
  • Marital Discord
  • Addiction and Dependence
  • Corporate Stress
  • Academic Difficulties
  • Phobias


Psychopharmacology is the treatment of psychiatric disorders through medicine. Our goal is to be sure each patient understands his or her symptoms, illness and diagnosis and can be an informed member of the decision making process.

Medication is started only after a careful analysis of the risk-benefit ratio and effectiveness is continually monitored. Concurrent medicines and family history will help determine the psychopharmaceutical treatment options and implementation.

  • Corporate Stress
  • Academic Difficulties
  • Phobias

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