Psychiatrists Serving Cheshire, CT


Obtaining help for mental illness is important when it comes to living a quality life. And, at South County Psychiatry, the residents in Cheshire, CT, and the surrounding area have access to superior service – with a focus on the latest mental health treatment available. 

There are many mental health conditions that we treat, including, but not limited to: 

  • Anxiety disorders
  • Mood disorders (including depression, bipolar disorder, etc)
  • Personality disorders
  • Psychotic disorders (including schizophrenia)
  • Eating disorders
  • Trauma-related disorders (including PTSD)
  • Substance abuse disorders

Effective treatment needs to be available at a wide range of times so that everyone has access to psychiatric services. At South County Psychiatry, we make our services available during both regular and extended hours. 

When you are ready to schedule your appointment, contact us today.


Psychiatrists Serving Cheshire, CT

South County Psychiatry - Connecticut

ADDRESS
420 Scrabbletown Road, Suite A
North Kingstown, RI 02852
PHONE
Tel: 959-666-3777 | Fax: 855-268-5333

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About Our Psychiatry Services in Chesire, CT


If you live in or near Cheshire, CT, then you have can take advantage of the services offered by our experienced psychiatrists at South County Psychiatry, which include: 

  • Psychotherapy
  • Medication Management
  • Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS)

Psychotherapy

Psychotherapy is all about helping patients to:

  • Get to know themselves on a deeper level
  • Resolve emotional pain or confusion
  • Develop insight into past trauma or psychological issues
  • Learn effective coping skills
  • Set goals for the future

Psychotherapy is a common treatment used for many different mental health conditions, such as anxiety, depression, bipolar disorder, addiction, stress, panic disorder, obsessive-compulsive disorder, specific phobias, and various negative thought patterns.

Medication Management 

We handle medication carefully at methodically at South County Psychiatry. Medication can be used as a treatment on its own or in combination with another type of treatment. Either way, it is carefully monitored to yield the best results. The following factors (amongst others) are taken into consideration before proceeding with this treatment: 

  • Diagnosis
  • Age, weight, height
  • Comorbid medical and psychiatric conditions
  • Side effects
  • Medication history with a list of doses, effects, and side effects, if applicable

And, of course, we make sure that medication is something that the patient prefers. 

Medication can be used for all sorts of mental illnesses, but it is commonly used to help treat depression, ADHD, anxiety, bipolar disorder, panic disorders, and more. 

Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) – This non-invasive procedure is used to stimulate nerve cells in the brain as part of a safe and effective treatment method for major depression and OCD.


What Our Patients Are Saying


“Hannah Creta is a wonderful doctor! She is open, receptive and kind! We found a balancing act for my Bipolar and I couldn’t be any happier! The practice is also very compassionate and understanding. 10/10 would highly recommend to anyone!”
Samantha B., Google Review

“Dr. Gallo and the office staff are fantastic! I have had a very positive experience with scheduling and virtual visits to best fit my needs.”
Missy R., Google Review

“Doctor Gallo is extremely punctual and sincere in his patients' interactions. He is a doctor I feel I can trust to always have my back when warranted. I put my full trust in him.”
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