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What is telepsychiatry?
Telepsychiatry (or telehealth or telemedicine) is a way of seeing your doctor without visiting the office. You schedule sessions with your doctor the same way you would an in-person session, but the visit occurs over a secure videoconference connection on your computer or phone.
How it helps you
Telepsychiatry offers a way of continuing your care wherever you are. For people who have busy schedules and can’t easily make it to in-person appointments, telepsychiatry makes their lives easier. Your doctor can do almost all of the same things via videoconferencing that they can do at an in-person visit.
There are some restrictions on federally controlled substances and there may be occasions where it’s important to conduct an in-person session. Your doctor will work with you to determine that.
California is like nowhere else. With so many people needing to move back and forth between NorCal and SoCal, the daily challenges of our commutes, and all the jobs we have that we do from home or on set, it’s hard to have a home base and a doctor’s office next door.
We’ve had numerous patients on-the-move around the state who have comfortable psychiatric care without having to worry about switching to a new clinic. You won’t have to take a sick day once a month or take 3 hours out of your day anymore!
- WOMEN’S MENTAL HEALTH
- BIPOLAR DISORDER
- PERSONALITY DISORDERS
MEDICATION MANAGEMENT SERVICES SO YOU CAN FEEL BETTER NOW
No two people are alike. That’s why we’re dedicated to building a relationship with each of our patients, understanding the unique challenges they face so we can prescribe treatments based on medical integrity and trust.
Mood & Anxiety
We are experts on depression, anxiety, ADHD, and other mood disorders - but you’re the expert on yourself. Together, we can forge a path that gives your mental health the care and attention it deserves.
Women’s Mental Health
We understand that women’s mental health requires a unique understanding and approach. From pregnancy issues (prenatal, postpartum, miscarriage, infertility) to trauma and PTSD, we’re here to help women through life’s challenges.
Josephine McNary, M.D.
Josephine has her B.A./M.A degrees from Stanford University and her M.D. from Tulane University. She is currently attending staff at the UCLA Department of Psychiatry, where she provides both inpatient psychiatry and consultation services. At UCLA, she completed residency training and specialty fellowship training in both psycho-oncology and treatment-resistant mood disorders.
Marguerite Maguire, M.D.
Marguerite has her B.S. degree from the University of Wisconsin and her M.D. from the University of Rochester. She completed psychiatry residency at USC. She has treated a wide variety of psychiatric illnesses, and has a particular expertise in mental health in pregnancy and mental health in the Latino population.
Margaret Haglund, M.D.
Margaret trained at Columbia and UCLA and is double Board Certified in Adult and Addiction psychiatry. She completed additional post-graduate training in the UCLA Mood Disorders Fellowship, gaining expertise in depression, bipolar disorder, and treatment resistant conditions.
Mira Gracer, M.D.
Mira has her B.A. from U.C. Santa Barbara and her M.D. from Albany Medical College. She completed psychiatry residency at USC. She treats a variety of psychiatric illnesses, with special expertise in treatment-resistant depression and anxiety.
Jordan David, M.D.
Jordan earned his Bachelor of Science degree from The George Washington University, his Master of Science in Public Health from Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, and his Doctor of Medicine from New York Medical College. He has a particular interest in treating people living with mood and anxiety disorders, treatment-resistant depression, substance use disorders, and psychosis, as well as in maternal mental health.
MARINA DEL REY