COVID-19 update: Our mental health care providers are seeing patients. Video visits are available for many appointment types. For in-person visits, we have implemented
additional safety measures to protect you and our caregivers. Call 858-534-7792, and we will guide you to the most appropriate type of care.
If you or a loved one is struggling with a behavioral or mental health condition, you are not alone. Mental and behavioral health conditions are common and yet often go undiagnosed and untreated.
Trust us to compassionately diagnose and treat your mental or behavioral health condition because our providers are experts in their fields, actively working to advance evidence-based care.
If you have never seen a mental health care professional, you can make an appointment by calling 858-534-7792 (PSYC) and come talk to someone who can put you or a loved one on a path to well-being.
Please note that some of our programs are only available to UC San Diego Health patients.
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General Psychiatry Services
If you have a common mental or behavioral health concern, it can be important that you see a mental health professional who is knowledgeable about the issues common to your stage of life. This is why our general psychiatric care services are tailored to:
Specialty Care for Specific Conditions
General Psychiatry Services for Adults
We treat a range of common mental health concerns such as depression, anxiety, and issues related to work or relationships.
Depending on your condition and individual needs, your care team may include a licensed psychiatrist, nurse practitioner, psychologist and / or clinical social worker. Together, they provide medication evaluation and management, as well as individual, group and couple’s therapy.
If you need
specialized care services, including
hospital-based services, we can refer you to the right provider.
Signs that You May Need Help
Mental health conditions are treatable. You should consider making an appointment with a mental health care provider, if you feel "off" or have any of the following:
- Social withdrawal
- Sleep and appetite changes
- Loss of interest in appearance
- Changes in behavior or personality
- Attention or concentration difficulties
How to Become a Patient
General adult psychiatry appointments require internal referral from a UC San Diego Health provider.
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Patient Rights and Responsibilities
All patients at UC San Diego Health have
important patient rights, which we value and respect.