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Discovering the Centered Approach in Psychiatry: Centered Psychiatry

The principle of being "centered" transcends just an emotional state – it's a philosophy and an approach that deeply resonates with our practice.


The Human Center:

Everyone has a center – a core essence that can be tapped into to reset and realign one's path. This center can be emotional, spiritual, or even physical.


Patient-Centered Care:

Prioritizing the individual's needs and goals is paramount. It's a partnership where the patient's best interests drive the treatment plan.


Child-Centered Approach:

Every child is unique and has individual needs. In our child-centered approach, we focus primarily on the child's best interests. While family dynamics and inputs are invaluable, the goals of treatment revolve around the child's well-being and holistic growth.


Family-Centered Care:

Families come with a rich background of values, histories, and experiences. When family therapy is indicated, we start by understanding the unique dynamics and build goals that acknowledge and embrace this diversity.


Community-Centered Perspective:

A harmonious community thrives on understanding and valuing diverse beliefs. It's about finding common ground and embracing collective growth.


Centered Philosophy of Being:

It's about finding the middle path, not swinging between emotional and stressful extremes. We seek to provide care that balances foundational needs with self-actualization.


The Integrative Approach in Psychiatry:

Our methods don't anchor to one theoretical approach. We center on basic needs, from hydration and sleep to relationships and fulfilling work, extending outwards to address existential aspirations.


Finding Your Personal Center:

Whether one draws strength from personal beliefs, cultural traditions, or a universal sense of connection, returning to one's center provides joy, balance, and grounding leading to a more positive, light-filled perspective on personal well-being and introspection.


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