Comprehensive Care

Psychiatric services are an important part of Hamm Clinic’s multi-disciplinary approach to mental health care. Our psychiatric team works together with your therapist to develop the treatment plan that’s right for you and coordinates care with members of the Hamm Clinic treatment team including your therapist.

Prescribing Services

Our psychiatric team conducts evaluations and diagnostic assessments. Our full array of high-quality psychiatric services includes:

  • Comprehensive evaluations and diagnoses
  • Individualized and evidence-based medication treatment.
  • Management of many psychiatric conditions, including depression, anxiety, ADHD, trauma, personality disorders, schizophrenia, and bipolar disorder

Our psychiatry team takes a respectful, whole-client approach to care. We provide trauma-informed and culturally responsive support to help you manage your mental health challenges.

If medication is indicated to treat a mental illness, it is carefully managed by the prescriber while you receive psychotherapy services at Hamm Clinic.

To ensure the best possible care, our psychiatric team may also consult with other non-mental health physicians or providers who are caring for you. This is a useful resource for evaluation and to help assure informed medication management in the primary care setting.

We are currently accepting new referrals for psychiatry for clients active in our therapy programs and services including clients interested in engaging in therapy services at Hamm Clinic.

Contact us to learn more.

View our Psychiatry Info Card

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What We Do

We want you to feel welcome at Hamm Clinic. You and your provider will work together to help you improve your psychological, physical, emotional, spiritual, and cultural health. We celebrate all of who you are, and are dedicated to providing trauma-responsive, culturally responsive, and equitable mental health care.

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Call us to schedule an intake appointment today.

Ph: 651-224-0614
Fx: 651-224-5754

Please call 911 in an emergency.

In a crisis? Get help 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Call the Adult Mental Health Crisis Line: 651-266-7900

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