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Psychiatrist Louisville

At UofL Physicians - Psychiatry, we believe that good mental health is essential to a high quality of life. Mental health impacts the ability to enjoy life, deal with challenges and difficult life events and experience positive and meaningful connections with other people. Good mental health is integral to overall health and helps us achieve balance in all aspects of our lives – social, physical, spiritual and emotional. We can all improve our mental health in the same way that we can our physical health. Our Louisville psychiatrists believe that everyone can practice good mental-health habits through developing improved coping strategies.

UofL Physicians - Psychiatry, formerly known as University Psychiatric Foundation, is a full-service mental health practice. This respected group of physicians and therapists provides complete life-cycle services, from infancy to the elderly. The practice includes psychiatrists, psychologists,  psychiatric social workers and addiction counselors. UofL Physicians-Psychiatry serves thousands of patients each year all over the Louisville region.

The providers of the UofL Physicians - Psychiatry practice include national leaders in diagnosis and treatment in all areas of psychiatry. Subspecialties include: women’s mental health, memory disorders, geriatric psychiatry (including Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias as well as mood disorders in the elderly), anxiety disorders, addiction disorders, depression and bipolar disorder. The UofL Physicians-Depression Center, based in the UofL Physicians - Psychiatry offices, is a charter member of the National Network of Depression Centers.

The practice offers several innovative treatments, including somatic therapies such as transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS). TMS is the newest somatic treatment for depression, for those patients who do not respond to traditional methods. The treatment uses a focused magnetic field that promotes changes in brain function in order to improve the symptoms of depression. There are very few side effects of TMS treatment, which is delivered in the Louisville psychiatrist outpatient offices.  We are the first in Kentucky to offer this treatment.

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Louisville Psychiatry

Mental health issues we can help you with include:

  • Addictions
  • Alcoholism
  • Anxiety Disorders
  • Behavioral health
  • Bipolar disorder
  • Chemical dependency
  • Depression
  • Geriatric psychiatry
  • Memory disorders
  • Women’s mental health

Louisville Therapy

  • General psychiatry (psychotherapy, medication therapy, cognitive-behavior therapy)
  • Memory disorders (Alzheimer’s, dementia)
  • Addiction therapy (alcohol, drug, sexual, food)
  • Geriatric psychiatry (mental health issues for adults over age 65)
  • Women’s mental health (specifically related to pregnancy and menopause)
  • Inpatient, outpatient and consultation services at local hospitals
  • Depression, anxiety and bipolar disorders. (For more, click here.)

Physicians in this practice may not see patients at all locations listed below. For details, please call the appointment line for the location you are interested in visiting.

Offices and Clinics

  • Psychiatry at UofL Physicians Outpatient Center
    401 E. Chestnut St.
    Suite 610
    Louisville, Kentucky 40202
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Hospital Affiliations

  • University of Louisville Hospital
  • Norton Hospitals
  • Robley Rex VA Medical Center

Our psychiatrists in Louisville are regionally and nationally known in their fields for leading the treatment of a broad array of mental health disorders with the utmost skill and compassion. Our skilled clinical team evaluates, diagnoses, and treats patients facing mental health issues of all types and levels of severity. Our doctors are also leaders in research. Recent research studies include: studies in bipolar illness; cognitive disturbances in major depression or substance abuse, cognitive therapy; and new generation medication clinical trials.

Next Steps

For more information or to make an appointment,
call 502-588-6000