Your healing needs are top priority. There is a proud commitment to provide a high quality level of customer service, medical experience, and attentiveness to health and wellness to all patients. The goal is to make you feel better as quickly as possible.
With years of experience, collaborating has lead to a robust network of connections and partnerships.
Board Certified in Child & Adolescent Psychiatry as well as General Psychiatry by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology.
Compassion is the driving motivator. Learning your unique story and circumstances is the only way to develop an individually tailored treatment plan that fits your specific needs.
May 14, 2022
Nevada Mental Health (NMH) prides its self on in-depth evaluations leading to highly tailored treatment plans for your unique needs.
The UNLV School of Medicine Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Fellowship was created to combat the severe shortage of child psychiatrists in Southern Nevada. Our community-based training program focuses on training fellows to become skilled in working within community systems of care, both locally and with the skills to apply their knowledge nationally.
The Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Health at the UNLV School of Medicine encompasses hospital and clinic based mental health services and educational programs in Psychiatry, Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, and Couple and Family Therapy. The Department consists of more than 10 full-time faculty plus over 30 community faculty associated with the many public and private facilities in Las Vegas where we have collaborations. Patient care services take place at Mojave Counseling, University Medical Center and in collaboration with other public mental health agencies.
The Clark County Children's Mental Health Consortium has been a part of the community since 2001 and brings professionals and parents together from a variety of disciplines and organizations to focus on bettering the services and resources for children's mental health in Clark County, NV.
The Consortium was created by the passage of Assembly Bill 1 of the 2001 Special Session of the Nevada Legislature to study the mental health needs of all children in Clark County and to develop recommendations for service delivery reform.
The State of Nevada, local government organizations, providers, community health and human service organizations and the local non-profit community partners are dedicated and have a vested interest to improve performance on priority measures of child health; reduce avoidable inpatient hospitalizations and out-of-home placements.