Psychiatrist Accepting New Patients in Olathe, KS
Success Health System LLC is accepting new patients at our clinic in Olathe, KS. If you are looking to talk to a psychiatrist in your area, call us today or schedule an appointment online! We are conveniently located at 11695 South Black Bob Road, Olathe, KS 66062.
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What does a psychiatrist do for patients?
Do psychiatrists take insurance?
Can you self-refer to a psychiatrist?
Does your clinic have psychiatrists accepting new patients in Olathe, KS?
Do you need to speak to someone about a problem in your life, your mental state, or a related issue? Even if you’re not sure whether you need help, you’ll likely still benefit from seeing a psychiatrist. At Success Health System LLC, you’ll be able to find a fully capable psychiatrist, so reach out if you believe you could benefit from seeing one. We’re accepting new patients in Olathe, KS.
Some patients benefit from seeing a psychiatrist because they are struggling to deal with a death in their family and a psychiatrist is able to help with acceptance and coping. Other patients benefit from seeing a psychiatrist because they’re sad or anxious very often, or they’re suffering from a mental health condition. Sometimes it’s necessary to see a psychiatrist. This kind of professional is especially qualified to help with such issues.
Here at Success Health System LLC, our psychiatrist is able to help with a great number of issues like:
• Relationship problems like with a spouse
• Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD)
• Bipolar disorder
• Substance use problems like alcoholism
• Trouble coping with life problems like a death in the family
• Feelings of social isolation, helplessness, hopelessness, guilt, etc.
• Phobias like social phobias
• And others
Our psychiatrist is able to provide a number of helpful services like diagnoses, medication management, telepsychiatry, cognitive behavioral therapy, and others. These services will help you deal with problems more effectively and can address complicated mental health issues. Even if you just need someone to talk to, a psychiatrist can help.
Many psychiatrists take insurance, yes, and many others have self-pay plans for patients without insurance. We do both here at Success Health System LLC because we want our services to be as affordable and accessible for people as possible. In fact, many insurance providers and plans, will cover many different mental health services, and our clinic accepts most major insurances, so there’s a good chance your services can be covered.
It would be great if it were as simple as that, but it’s not quite. It’s almost that simple, though! Typically, you’ll need a referral to see a psychiatrist, but you can speak with your physician to get one if you need one. Also, lots of health insurance providers require a referral before they’ll cover the costs of mental health services.
To take your first step, reach out to your physician or our clinic. You don’t have to handle your problems and mental health by yourself; we can and will help you here at Success Health System LLC.
Yes! Success Health System LLC is currently accepting new patients in Olathe, and our psychiatrist is Dr. Moses Tabe Ambilichu MD. The doctor is board-certified by the American Board of Neurology and Psychiatry and absolutely capable of being your psychiatrist. To learn more about him, please visit our Meet Our Providers page.
Reach out to us today at (913) 246-5484 or request an appointment or consultation online if you believe you’d benefit from our services at Success Health System LLC. Our clinic is located at 11695 South Black Bob Road, Olathe, KS 66062. We look forward to seeing you soon! We serve patients from Creve Coeur MO, St. Louis MO, Independence MO, Olathe KS, Columbia MO, Craig KS, Spring Hill KS, Prathersville MO, Pierpont MO, Kirkwood MO, Kansas City MO, River Bend Mo & Beyond!
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