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Psychiatry in Libertyville, IL

1512 Artaius Parkway suite 102, Libertyville, IL 60048, USA

Office Hours

  • Monday — Friday9am — 5pm
  • Saturday — SundayClosed

Individual providers may offer expanded appointment hours. Please call (847) 847-2230 for availability.

Geode Health accepts insurance

At Geode, we believe mental health affordability is just as important as availability. We’re in-network with most insurance plans and always working to expand coverage.

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Meet our providers in Libertyville

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Paul Berkowitz, MD

Outpatient Psychiatrist

I am a double board-certified Psychiatrist (general psychiatry and consultation-liaison psychiatry) with 23 years of... View Paul Berkowitz's profile

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Chibogu Obianwu, APRN, PMHNP-BC

Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner

I am a dedicated and board-certified Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner with extensive experience spanning both inpatient... View Chibogu Obianwu's profile

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Joan Torrato, Advanced Practice Nurse

Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner

My professional commitment centers around delivering individualized care that is tailored to the specific needs... View Joan Torrato's profile

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Andres Misquez, LCSW


Engaging in counseling is courageous. It means you are brave to not only acknowledge that... View Andres Misquez's profile

How We Help

Flexible care shaped just for you

Geode connects you with expert psychiatry or therapy resources, or a combination of both, depending on your needs.

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Geode’s board certified psychiatrists work with both children and adults to make a diagnosis and manage medications.

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Advanced Treatments

Geode Health’s local offices allow us to offer more intensive treatment options like TMS and Spravato (intranasal Ketamine).

Why Choose Geode Health?

Looking for a psychiatrist in Libertyville? Opt for Geode Health Libertyville for a groundbreaking approach to mental healthcare. Our Libertyville-based team, including psychiatrists and therapy specialists, have experience and are adept in treating a range of conditions from depressive disorders to bipolar disorder. Choose from in-person or online sessions, tailored to your lifestyle. Geode Health Libertyville is dedicated to guiding both new and existing patients towards a happier, healthier life.

Frequently asked questions about working with Geode Health

Geode Health in Libertyville offers a unique blend of traditional talk therapy, such as cognitive behavioral therapy, and advanced treatments for mental health issues, including anxiety, depression, and mood disorders. Our skilled team in Libertyville, encompassing psychiatry specialists and clinical psychologists, provides treatments that are in tune with the needs of the Libertyville community. Our services are accessible and affordable, ensuring comprehensive patient care. The Libertyville clinic is a nurturing environment, encouraging active involvement in each patient’s journey towards mental wellness.

Psychiatrists, distinct from therapists, are medical doctors with specialized training in psychiatry. This enables them to prescribe medications for various disorders, including depressive disorder, bipolar disorder, and anxiety. They are also skilled in conducting psychiatric evaluations and managing the medical aspects of mental health conditions. On the other hand, therapists, including clinical psychologists, focus on providing therapy, such as cognitive behavioral therapy, and often collaborate with psychiatrists to offer comprehensive patient care.

The timing of therapy or psychiatry sessions at Geode Health is personalized to each patient’s unique medical or mental health needs. Whether you’re a new patient or have ongoing needs, sessions can be scheduled weekly, bi-weekly, or monthly, as determined by your specific treatment plan. Our mental health professionals, experienced in both adolescent and adult psychiatry, strive to recommend the most beneficial session frequency for effective treatment and care.

While psychologists typically hold doctorate degrees and specialize in talk therapy and psychological evaluations, they are not medical doctors. Their approach to treating mental illnesses primarily involves non-pharmacological methods like counseling and therapy. Psychiatrists, however, are medical doctors (MDs) who primarily focus on medication management for mental health issues, such as mood disorders and PTSD. They also have the capability to offer talk therapy and other supportive treatments, providing a more medically-oriented approach to patient care.

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