Mental health and behavioral conditions are more than simple chemical imbalances.
This is why one-size-fits-all treatments do not work for many.
Instead of just knowing your symptoms, we take the time to get to know you and your unique story so that we can become true partners in your health journey.
We incorporate many tools that have been used in traditional healing systems to provide gentle, non-invasive treatment options with fewer side-effects.
Our treatments are based on the most up-to-date research in neuroscience and medicine, from restoring the gut microbiome to neurotherapy techniques.
For those looking for more answers and deeper healing than a typical psychiatric visit offers. We closely partner with patients and use an integrative and functional medicine approach to uncover and address root causes.
Sometimes talk therapy isn't enough. Neurofeedback uses the language of the brain to create biological change by retraining your brainwave activity to move away from unhealthy patterns associated with depression or anxiety to healthier activity.
Neuromodulation incorporates the latest neuroscience into treatment by supporting the brain's healing with gentle stimulation (via light, current, and/or magnets). Our neuromodulation services include transcranial stimulation, photobiomodulation, and PEMF.
Recent neuroscience research has taught us that not everyone with the same diagnosis has the same brain activity. Our clinic uses qEEG brain mapping techniques to investigate what may underlie your symptoms and to tailor treatments to your specific needs.
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Because many of our patients require in-person visits, we work primarily with patients who live within driving distance of our office. Additionally, Dr. Chandra is only able to provide virtual consultations, when appropriate, to patients located in Maryland and Virginia.
Additionally, we do not provide one or short-term consultations. We work with patients toward long-erm healing.
Whenever appropriate, Dr. Chandra does help patients who are interested in coming off or reducing their dose and/or number of psychiatric medications. However, this is generally only done after a patient is both in a stable condition and some work has been done to address underlying issues. Therefore, the process of reducing medications does not usually begin in the initial few visits. Additionally, for some patients, longer-term treatment with medications may be indicated.
Our clinic does not have expertise in the following areas: substance abuse & addiction, cognitive decline, and certain psychotic disorders.