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Psychiatry in Park Ridge, IL

444 N Northwest Hwy suite 202, Park Ridge, IL 60068, USA

Office Hours

  • Monday — Friday9am — 5pm
  • Saturday — SundayClosed

Individual providers may offer expanded appointment hours. Please call 8472684645 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 Park Ridge

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Scott Kainovic, LPC


I am a Licensed Professional Counselor and have been providing therapy services for three years... View Scott Kainovic's profile

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Ana Mirica, PMHNP

Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner

I am a Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner and have been providing mental health services for 11... View Ana Mirica's profile

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Asha Patel, PMHNP

Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner

I am a psychiatric nurse practitioner and have been providing mental health services for 2... View Asha Patel's profile

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Colin Jensen, LCSW


I believe that therapy can provide new and different angles to assist people with finding... View Colin Jensen'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?

At Geode Health Park Ridge, we’re reshaping the mental health care landscape with our comprehensive health plans. Our team of therapists and psychiatric professionals have experience specializing in areas like adolescent psychiatry and mood disorders, provides holistic care to adults, young adults, and older adults. Whether you prefer in-person or telehealth appointments, we adapt to your needs, offering everything from psychotherapy to medication management. Trust Geode Health Park Ridge for a journey to a healthier, happier life, embracing mental wellness and healing.

Frequently asked questions about working with Geode Health

Geode Health in Park Ridge sets itself apart with a blend of traditional talk therapy and advanced treatment methods, effectively addressing mental health issues like anxiety disorders, depression, and bipolar disorder. Our skilled team, including clinical psychologists, focuses on treatments that resonate with individuals in the Park Ridge community, ensuring care for every mental health condition. We emphasize making our comprehensive mental health treatment accessible, offering multiple payment methods, including insurance options. The clinic in Park Ridge is designed as a nurturing space, promoting a sense of belonging and partnership with each client as they pursue their mental health journey.

Psychiatrists, as medical doctors, have the unique capability to prescribe medication and manage the medical aspects of mental health treatment, a role that therapists cannot fulfill. Their extensive training in psychiatry is essential in treating a range of mental illnesses and disorders, utilizing approaches like medication management and counseling. Therapists, while not able to prescribe medication, offer a wide range of effective talk therapy and often work collaboratively with psychiatrists for comprehensive patient care.

The frequency of therapy or psychiatry sessions is personalized based on the unique needs and situations of each individual. Sessions could be scheduled weekly, bi-weekly, or monthly, aligning with your specific requirements. Our mental health experts focus on creating a treatment plan that recommends the best frequency for your sessions, ensuring that you receive optimal care for your mental health condition.

Psychologists typically hold doctoral degrees but are not medical doctors. Their approach to mental health treatment primarily involves talk therapy and other non-medical methods, suitable for a range of mental health issues. Psychiatrists, on the other hand, are medical doctors (MDs) and primarily use medication in treating mental health conditions. They can also provide talk therapy and other complementary treatments, offering a more comprehensive approach to mental health care, especially for conditions requiring medication management.

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