Telepsychiatry For College Students

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Telehealth and Medication Management For College Students

Are you a university student in Massachusetts struggling to manage depression, anxiety, or ADHD? Or perhaps you’re a parent looking for convenient, effective psychiatric care for your student who is attending university in Massachusetts?

At Novum Psychiatry, we specialize in telepsychiatry and medication management for college students throughout the state.

With just one in-person visit per year and regular online telehealth visits, our comprehensive telepsychiatry program ensures continuity of medication management and mental health support throughout the academic year.

Telepsychiatry Care Details

If you’re one of the nearly half a million college students enrolled in Massachusetts, you may already have experience with mental health services or currently taking a prescription medication for a diagnosed condition such as ADHD, anxiety, or depression. 

Nearly one in five college students are prescribed medication for a mental health issue. For out-of-state students with doctors back home, the question of how to manage care and get prescription refills for diagnosed conditions while away at college can be challenging.

At Novum Psychiatry, we specialize in providing the support you need to thrive academically and personally through our comprehensive telepsychiatry care plan for college students studying anywhere in the state of Massachusetts.

How Do I Know If Telepsychiatry Is Right For Me?

Telepsychiatry is ideal for high-functioning students who need ongoing medication management and support for conditions like ADHD, depression, and anxiety. If you’re looking for a flexible, effective way to manage your mental health while balancing your academic responsibilities, telepsychiatry may be the perfect solution.

Do You Offer Telehealth Appointments?

Yes! Our convenient telehealth appointments from the privacy of a student’s dorm or residence minimizes disruption to a college student’s busy schedule, while also ensuring access to the highest quality psychiatric care available.

How Many In-Person Visits Do I Need Per Year?

With just one in-person annual visit to our Sudbury office, Novum Psychiatry offers a convenient and high-quality psychiatric care and medication management program.

Remaining appointments can be conducted remotely via our secure telehealth platform.

How Many Telehealth Visits Do I Need Per Year?

In conjunction with your annual in-person appointment, telehealth appointments are typically scheduled at least every two months.

Do You Offer Medication Management?

Yes! As an outpatient private psychiatry group, we offer a range of services including psychiatric care, therapy, and medication management to create a holistic treatment plan. Our experienced team will tailor your medication regimen and psychotherapy treatment to your specific needs and medical history.

Finding the right medication regimen may take time and patience. After the initial in-person visit, students who are on a medication regimen will need to attend regular follow-up telehealth appointments to monitor the effectiveness of their prescribed medications and make any necessary changes to the treatment plan.

What Are the Benefits of Telepsychiatry for College Students?

Telepsychiatry provides numerous benefits, including easy access to mental health care, the ability to maintain regular appointments without disrupting your academic schedule, and a comfortable environment for discussing sensitive issues.

What Should I Expect During the Annual In-Person Visit?

The annual in-person visit is an opportunity for a comprehensive health assessment and to strengthen your therapeutic relationship with your psychiatrist. This visit allows for a detailed evaluation and any necessary adjustments to your treatment plan.

Perhaps you’ve never seen a psychiatrist but are now facing new challenges in college, like heightened anxiety, social anxiety, depression, or difficulty focusing in your classes or completing coursework.

Our professional team is ready to assist you getting the help you’re looking for so that can maximize the quality of your life.

What Conditions Can Be Treated?

At Novum Psychiatry, our clinical team provides high-quality, patient-centered psychiatric evaluations and medication interventions for a variety of mental health conditions, including ADHD, anxiety disorders, bipolar disorder, depression, obsessive-compulsive disorder, panic disorder, PTSD, and social anxiety.

Do You Accept Health Insurance?

Novum Psychiatry accepts a wide range of commercial health insurance plans for psychiatric, medication management, and therapy visits.

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With our telepsychiatry services, you can manage conditions like ADHD, anxiety, and depression conveniently and effectively while focusing on your academic success.

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We know that taking the first step can be difficult. Whether this is your first time seeking psychiatric care or if you are seeking a new provider, Novum Psychiatry can help. Our team of psychiatrists and therapists are committed to understanding your unique experience and working closely with you on a treatment plan to maximize the quality of your life.