Psychiatric Services – Ramsey (MN)

Our team provides diagnostic assessments to help diagnose mental and chemical health issues. They are able to provide psychotropic medications to aid with the treatment of all mental health issues and offer ongoing medication management and follow-up care.

Most of our Ramsey psychiatrists work with adults 18 years of age and older, though we also have psychiatry available to children/adolescents. The psychiatrists work with many classes of medications including anti-depressants, anti-anxiety medications, mood stabilizers, anti-psychotics, and psycho-stimulants. Your psychiatrist will work with you to find the right medication to help relieve the symptoms that are holding you back.

Map of Ramsey (MN)

About Ramsey (MN)

Ramsey, Minnesota, is a city located in Anoka County within the Minneapolis-Saint Paul metropolitan area. As of my last knowledge update in September 2021, Ramsey had a population of approximately 26,000 residents. It is characterized by a welcoming community, family-friendly atmosphere, and a mix of residential neighborhoods, parks, and natural areas. The city provides recreational opportunities, educational facilities through the Anoka-Hennepin School District, access to various employment opportunities in the metro area, and good transportation access via major roadways like Highway 10 and Highway 47.

Ramsey (MN) Psychiatrists

While the area is indeed a lovely and peaceful place to live, from time to time, the need arises for individuals, couples, and families to turn to Innovative Psychological Consultants (IPC) for psychiatric services. As a top Minnesota mental health clinic, our team of medical doctors (MDs) trained in psychiatry can provide the necessary services to identify, resolve, and manage to symptoms. Beyond this, they are also available on an ongoing basis to provide medication maintenance as well.

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