Psychiatrists Serving Hartford County, CT


South County Psychiatry offers behavioral health services, specializing in the latest advancements in mental health treatment, to patients in Hartford County, CT. We understand that having a mental health condition can impact your quality of life if left unmanaged – and we want to offer you the help you need to feel like yourself again. 

Following a psychiatric evaluation, our psychiatrists provide medication management and therapy for the treatment of

  • Depression
  • Anxiety
  • ADHD
  • Panic attacks
  • OCD
  • PTSD
  • PMDD

And, because we want everyone in the Hartford County, CT area to have access to high-quality mental health services, we offer treatment during both regular working hours and extended hours. Contact us to schedule an appointment!


Psychiatrists Serving Hartford County, 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 Services in Hartford County, CT


There are three general types of services we offer the patients of South County Psychiatry – and we personalize our treatments using an evidence-based approach. In other words, we only use techniques that work to help our patients successfully manage their mental health. 

We will talk with you to discuss your treatment goals as well as use our expertise to diagnose any mental health conditions. Together, we will come up with a treatment plan that may include the following: 

Psychotherapy – Psychotherapy basically refers to talking and listening. We want you to feel heard and to express what you are feeling and how you are feeling. And, we want you to listen as we help give you the tools you need and empower you to use them. 

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 – Medication may be used on its own or in combination with psychotherapy. At South County Psychiatry, we work slowly and methodically when it comes to medication – as it is not often our first go-to option. So, whenever we prescribe something, you can feel confident that it plays a role in treatment – and it will be monitored to ensure the right results are achieved. 

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


“I've been working with Hannah Creta for a bit now and she's already made more of a difference in my treatment plan than anyone in my mental health journey. If you want someone who actually listens to your concerns and questions, cares about you as an individual, and is skilled in creating and tailoring treatment plans, I highly suggest you work with her!”
Rebekah S., Google Review

“Hannah Creta has made me feel comfortable and heard at every appointment. She's super easy to talk to and very passionate about what she does. I would 100% recommend her to anyone interested!”
Jeremiah J., Google Review

“Dr. Gallo is amazing. I truly value his honesty and guidance with each session.”
Melisa B., Google Review

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