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by Heber Ullrich MD 9 min read

Pacific Psychiatry – Serving the Central Coast

17 hours ago Access your patient portal to message your provider, make a payment, view statements, or request a refill. ... Pacific Coast Psychiatric Associates is now LifeStance Health! Patients will continue to receive the same comprehensive and compassionate care with the same insurance coverage. This site will soon redirect to a site our new online home ... >> Go To The Portal


What is Pacific psychiatry?

Access your patient portal to message your provider, make a payment, view statements, or request a refill. ... Pacific Coast Psychiatric Associates is now LifeStance Health! Patients will continue to receive the same comprehensive and compassionate care with the same insurance coverage. This site will soon redirect to a site our new online home ...

What is pacpsych?

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Is PCPA still using yourhealthfile patient portal?

Pacific Coast Psychiatric Associates is now LifeStance Health! Patients will continue to receive the same comprehensive and compassionate care with the same insurance coverage. This site will soon redirect to a site our new online home where you’ll find access to our online scheduling, expanded resources, and important information.

Why choose Aso as Orange County's leading psychiatrist practice?

IMPORTANT: ALL APPOINTMENTS WILL BE HELD VIA VIDEO UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE. PLEASE GO AHEAD AND SCHEDULE AN APPOINTMENT AT YOUR PREFERRED OFFICE LOCATION. YOU WILL RECEIVE FURTHER DETAILS AFTER YOU BOOK. Please Note: Scheduling a therapy or psychiatry intake does not guarantee ongoing therapy with that clinician, or at the same weekly …

What is Pacific Neuropsychiatric Specialists?

We are Pacific Neuropsychiatric Specialists (PNS) and our experience enables us to offer effective outpatient, individualized, psychiatry care. Our psychiatry team provides psychiatric treatments for children, adolescents, adults, and seniors, from multiple offices located throughout Orange County (Costa Mesa, Huntington Beach, Orange, and Mission Viejo) - We do accept patients from the entire United States, as well. Our psychiatrists treat a number of mental health disorders, including anxiety, stress, PTSD, bipolar, schizophrenia, dementia, depression, ADD ADHD, alcohol and chemical dependency, and more. Our Psychiatry practice was founded on the principles of treating patients with care, compassion, and understanding.

What is PNS in Orange County?

PNS treats people who suffer from a wide array of cognitive, behavioral, emotional, and chemical dependence/alcohol disorders. As Orange County's leading psychiatrist practice we strive to deliver the highest standard of mental health care available to patients anywhere.

What is the purpose of PNS?

Alva's pioneering vision of PNS integrates the latest advances in neuropsychiatry, psychiatry, psychoanalysis, psychology, scientific research, social and behavioral therapies, neurochemistry, psychopharmacology as well as non-pharmacological modalities, such as Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) with the purpose of treating mental illness including chemical/alcohol dependence. We create and use technology - but, we will always care for you as an individual. We are one of the few mental health practices to offer an option for a male and female psychiatrist, as well as a multicultural team.

What are the mental health problems of adults?

Adult mental health problems range from quick bursts of uncontrollable anger and debilitating anxiety to the coping and living with of depression, bipolar disorder, and schizophrenia. The team at Pacific Neuropsychiatric Specialists has extensive experience in adult psychiatry, offering comprehensive medical and therapeutic care for the full scope of mental health disorders. We are here to help!

What is schizophrenia mental health?

Schizoaffective disorder is a mental health condition, which is marked by a varied combination of schizophrenia symptoms, (such as hallucinations or delusions), and mood disorder symptoms, such as depression or mania.