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Winston-Salem Psychiatry—Psychiatrists in Winston-Salem, NC

Jonathan has been exhibiting symptoms of depression. He isn’t interested in talking to or seeing his friends. He can’t focus at work. And he feels worthless as well as hopeless about where his life is headed. 

Jonathan’s friends and family express their concern. They can tell that he isn’t his normal self and that he’s suffering. They encourage him to talk to a psychiatrist about the symptoms that he is experiencing so that he can receive a diagnosis and get the treatment that he needs.

Psychiatrists can help people like Jonathan, as well as those suffering from other mental health conditions. These individuals are medical doctors who specialize in diagnosing and treating mental health conditions. Their medical advice and treatment might involve therapy, medication, or both.

If you are experiencing symptoms of a mental health condition, consider talking to an online psychiatrist atThriveworks in Winston-Salem, NC. Our team is able to help you over the phone or video. Online services enable clients to get the help that they need from the comfort and convenience of home.

Who Can a Psychiatrist Help?

As we began to explain above, a psychiatrist can help many different people. It can help people like Jonathan who are feeling depressed. It can help other people too who may be experiencing symptoms of a different mental health condition. Here are a couple of mental health conditions that are commonly diagnosed and/or treated by a psychiatrist:

  • Depressive disorders: There are different types of depression including major depressive disorder, minor depression, bipolar disorder, seasonal affective disorder, postpartum depression, and others. If you are feeling depressed and believe that you may have a depressive disorder, a psychiatrist can assess your symptoms, offer a diagnosis, and also provide you with a treatment plan or refer you to another professional for treatment.
  • Anxiety disorders: There are also different types of anxiety, which include generalized anxiety disorder, social anxiety, obsessive-compulsive disorder, and others. If you are exhibiting symptoms of an anxiety disorder, you should explain them to a psychiatrist. They can identify what type of anxiety you might be experiencing, what may have caused it, and also offer treatment.

Psychiatrists can go on to offer therapy, medication, or another form of treatment for the above conditions as well as substance abuse, addiction, and others. They can also work with another mental health provider to ensure you receive this treatment.

In addition, some psychiatrists specialize in adolescent psychiatry, geriatric psychiatry, and others.

Psychiatrists vs. Psychologists: How Do They Differ?

Psychiatrists are medical doctors who can utilize a variety of treatments including talk therapy and medication. Meanwhile, psychologists are mental health professionals who have masters or doctorates in psychology. These professionals help their clients with a range of mental health challenges.

The biggest difference between the two professions is that psychiatrists are able to prescribe and manage medication. Typically, psychologists cannot (with the exception of those who practice in a few states).

If you do require medication, a psychiatrist can help you find a medication that works the best for you. They’ll talk to you about how exactly you should take it, what side effects you might experience, and other important information related to medication management.

Schedule a Psychiatry Appointment at Thriveworks in Winston-Salem, NC

You can schedule a psychiatry appointment at Thriveworks in Winston-Salem, NC today. Better yet, you might meet with your psychiatrist today if you call to schedule your appointment right now. We can often set new clients up with a provider the same or next day. 

In addition to same- and next-day appointments, Thriveworks in Winston-Salem can offer other benefits, like:

  • Flexible appointments in the evenings and on the weekends
  • Flexible cancellations with just 23.5-hour notice
  • Exclusive access to videos and other helpful resources
  • Access to your provider between sessions when needed
  • Support from our scheduling team 7 days a week

If you choose to work with one of our psychiatrists, you can look forward to talking to your psychiatrist online. While it may be necessary for you to come in for an appointment every now and then, you can attend the majority of them over the phone or video chat.

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Kysha Duncan is an awesome therapist. She shows empathy and compassion, as well as professionalism. She's a therapist that you don't mind talking to about anything because you know you won't be judged. She has her own unique way of empowering you towards your journey of healthy mental health.

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Mental health includes our emotional, psychological, and social well-being. It affects how we think, feel and act. It also helps determine how we handle stress, relate to others and make choices. Mental health is important at every stage of life, from childhood and adolescence through adulthood.

Behavioral health issues affect millions of adolescents and adults in the United States with about 1 in 5 adults, aged 18 or older, having a mental illness.

Over the course of your life, if you experience mental health problems, your thinking, mood and behavior could be affected. Many factors contribute to mental health problems, including:

  • Biological factors, such as genes or brain chemistry
  • Life experiences, such as trauma or abuse
  • Family history of mental health problems

Mental health problems are common and help is available. People with mental health problems can improve and many recover completely.

At Atrium Health Wake Forest Baptist, the patient's best interests come first. This commitment takes priority over everything else we do. Even though we are an academic center with serious commitments to education and research, we never lose sight of the fact that all our activities serve one person - the patient.

Our mission is to improve behavioral health and well-being of the people of this region by means of patient care, education and research. It is the full and thoughtful integration of these three elements that makes academic medical centers different; it is the dedication to placing patient care first that identifies the best of these centers.

Inpatient Services

Inpatient services for adults are located in the Sticht Center on the main campus of the Atrium Health Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center. This recently renovated unit offers state-of-the-art diagnostic and therapeutic services to all of our patients for a full range of psychiatric presentations.

Our model of care is patient-centered, multi-disciplinary, and collaborative and we work with our patients and their families to ensure a prompt and safe return to the community.

The adult inpatient unit offers a full range of educational and therapeutic groups to all patients on a daily basis.

During the admission, we work to identify all appropriate community resources to make sure that at the time of discharge, all needs are being addressed to ensure success in the community and to minimize the need for additional hospitalization.

The adult inpatient unit is a major teaching site for psychiatry residents and Wake Forest School of Medicine students. Our team approach is the standard of care across the nation and helps fulfill our educational, clinical, and research missions.

Outpatient Programs

We provide high quality psychiatric care to a wide range of patients in both child/adolescent and adult populations. Services include diagnostic evaluation and psychopharmacology management for the full range of psychiatric disorders including depressive disorders, anxiety disorders, schizophrenia and other psychotic illnesses and sleep disorders. 

The child and adolescent outpatient department performs evaluations and treatment of all childhood psychiatric disorders including depressive disorders, schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, anxiety disorders and attention deficit disorders. It is staffed by general psychiatry residents, child/adolescent psychiatric fellows and attending physicians who are specialists in this field.

In the adult sector, along with general psychiatric care we also offer specialty clinics for specific populations – geriatric (ages 65+), neurobehavioral/neurodevelopmental (intellectual delay, autistic spectrum disorder, psychiatric complications from neurological illnesses such as Parkinson’s disorder, dementias, TBI), women’s health and medication assisted treatment for substance abuse disorders. Upper level psychiatry residents serve as our patients’ primary providers for medication management services, under the direct supervision of attending psychiatric specialists, who are closely involved with diagnosis and treatment planning for every patient at every visit.  

Intensive outpatient group therapy, individual evaluations and therapy form the core of our alcohol and substance abuse services, along with medication assisted treatment. Learn more about our Chemical Dependency Program. 

Community

Our physicians are committed to extending access to Wake Forest Baptist's highest level of behavioral health care to every member of our community regardless of race, religion or socioeconomic status. This is accomplished through the various educational, clinical and volunteer opportunities we engage in with our community partners on a daily basis.

Community-based opportunities include:

  • DEAC clinic - A free primary care clinic that is student run and physician staffed. 
  • Go Program - The Geriatric Outreach Program, or GO Program is a collaborative outreach service that brings mental health care to older adults who need it in their home due to difficulty with transportation or mobility. The GO Team is able to bring mental health services to home-bound elders thanks to a generous gift from the Snider Family in honor of Kate Mills Snider.
  • Bowman Gray Child Guidance - Child Guidance, a non-profit United Way Agency within the Child and Adolescent Psychiatry section, provides mental health services to indigent children ages 3 through 17 and their families from Forsyth, Stokes and Davie counties. The services provided include comprehensive multidisciplinary evaluations, initial screening and referral to appropriate resources, individual therapy, family therapy, group therapy/ social skills training, parent training, school consultation and pharmacotherapy. We also provide specialty evaluations and treatment of sexually abused children.
  • University Mental Health - University Mental Health is the community outreach and clinical service arm of the School of Medicine's Department of Psychiatry that is focused specifically on Transitional Aged Youth (ages 16-24). 
  • Peer Support Specialists - Our psychiatrists and emergency department physicians have teamed up to provide this innovative community resource. Peer support specialists are people with a history of substance use disorder or mental illness who are in recovery and have been trained to provide personal, experience-based guidance and assistance to others with similar problems. Peer support is available in the emergency department at our Winston-Salem location from 8 am to 10 pm, Monday through Friday. 
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Psychiatrists in Winston Salem, NC

Photo of Lea Harrell Kirkland, Psychiatrist
I am board certified in both adult and child/adolescent psychiatry. I practiced and was board certified in Internal Medicine prior to training in psychiatry. My practice focuses on the diagnosis and treatment of children, adolescents and adults who deal with problems including all types of anxiety and mood disorders, ADHD and other behavior or emotional problems. I see patients with autism and other pervasive developmental disorders. These and other mental health problems affect the quality of life and healthy development of individuals.
I am board certified in both adult and child/adolescent psychiatry. I practiced and was board certified in Internal Medicine prior to training in psychiatry. My practice focuses on the diagnosis and treatment of children, adolescents and adults who deal with problems including all types of anxiety and mood disorders, ADHD and other behavior or emotional problems. I see patients with autism and other pervasive developmental disorders. These and other mental health problems affect the quality of life and healthy development of individuals.
Photo of Kairos Medical Consulting, Psychiatrist
At Kairos Medical Consulting, we believe your voice is important and provide care that is driven by your own views as well as your needs. We recognize that you are more than your diagnosis and your care much more than a compilation of therapies and medications. That is why we offer an opportunity for collaboration at every step of your journey with Dr. Ikwechegh & Dr. Dunham (Board Certified Psychiatrists) who are dedicated to your success. With unique treatment plans tailored to fit your specific needs, we take into account your bio-psychosocial as well as spiritual constructs. We recognize the hidden strength of our patients.
At Kairos Medical Consulting, we believe your voice is important and provide care that is driven by your own views as well as your needs. We recognize that you are more than your diagnosis and your care much more than a compilation of therapies and medications. That is why we offer an opportunity for collaboration at every step of your journey with Dr. Ikwechegh & Dr. Dunham (Board Certified Psychiatrists) who are dedicated to your success. With unique treatment plans tailored to fit your specific needs, we take into account your bio-psychosocial as well as spiritual constructs. We recognize the hidden strength of our patients.
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Psychiatrist,MD,MAEd,FAPAVerified
You can find out more information about Dr. Dunham and schedule an appointment online at: https://provider.kareo.com/ken-dunham. Also, you can get an introduction to Dr. Dunham and his approach to clients from Dr. Dunham's nationally broadcasted interview on Business Talk Radio online at: https://businesstalkradio1.com/dr-ken-charles-dunham-08-20-20-psychiatry-and-internal-medicine/
You can find out more information about Dr. Dunham and schedule an appointment online at: https://provider.kareo.com/ken-dunham. Also, you can get an introduction to Dr. Dunham and his approach to clients from Dr. Dunham's nationally broadcasted interview on Business Talk Radio online at: https://businesstalkradio1.com/dr-ken-charles-dunham-08-20-20-psychiatry-and-internal-medicine/
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A nationally recognized center with offices in Winston-Salem, Clemmmons, Boone, and Greensboro, NC. We offer counseling, medication, natural treatments, DBT, transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS), and esketamine. When people take medications, we help them build a lifestyle to further their recovery (see http://www.moodtreatmentcenter.com/lifestyle).
A nationally recognized center with offices in Winston-Salem, Clemmmons, Boone, and Greensboro, NC. We offer counseling, medication, natural treatments, DBT, transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS), and esketamine. When people take medications, we help them build a lifestyle to further their recovery (see http://www.moodtreatmentcenter.com/lifestyle).
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Certus is Latin for determined. At Certus Psychiatric & Integrated Care in Winston-Salem, we are determined to help our patients emotionally and physically to achieve balance by being active participants in their own care. At Certus, we are a "stigma-free zone." - You can come to us with peace-of-mind in knowing no one will stand in judgment of you. Our primary objectives are to evaluate your symptoms and develop strategies to help put you on a path to recovery and wellness. Believe in WE, and together we will work to help you realize a better quality of life and improved mental wellness.
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3 Best Psychiatrists in Winston Salem, NC

CONNIE L. CALVERT, DO

725 Highland Avenue, Winston Salem, NC 27101 DIRECTIONS

Since 2005

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Dr. Connie L. Calvert is a psychiatry specialist for 15 years in Winston Salem, NC. She graduated from the West Virginia University School of Medicine, West Virginia University School of Medicine. Dr. Connie did her residency at the Cleveland Clinic Foundation. She provides an array of outpatient, and psychiatric services for the treatment of a wide range of mental illnesses, substance use disorders, and developmental disabilities. Dr. Connie accepts new patients, and also she provides services in both Spanish & English language. Dr. Connie also has expert knowledge in Neurology related treatments.

SPECIALTY:
Anxiety Dissociative and Somatoform, Depressive Disorders, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), Substance Abuse Intensive Outpatient Program (SAIOP), Dialectic Behavioral Therapy, Mental Health Outpatient Treatment, Psychiatric Services/Medical Management, Depression & Insomnia

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Insurance AcceptedBCBS NC BlueOptions, Humana Choice POS, BCBS NC Blue Select, Humana ChoiceCare Network PPO, CIGNA PPO, CIGNA Open Access Plus, CIGNA HMO, BCBS Blue Card PPO & more

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