Who Can Benefit from Medication Management?

Who Can Benefit from Medication Management?

The groundwork of all happiness is health.

Leigh Hunt


It might sound like a single solution to a narrow set of problems.

But, in reality, the possibilities for incorporating medication management into a holistic plan for emotional wellness support are as varied as the people we see.

It’s all about what’s right for you.

Today we’re highlighting 5 examples of who can benefit from medication management:

1. If you’re exploring options.

Considering medication as an option for you or someone you care for? Maybe you have more questions than you can fit into your primary care visit. (Or maybe you’re not even sure which questions to ask!) Meeting with a member of our Psychiatry team for an initial evaluation is a great first step in determining how medication management might fit into your emotional wellness care plan.

2. If you live in a remote area.

The Twin Cities metro area offers a variety of medication management options. But, if you live outside this area, you know how challenging it can be to connect with the psychiatric care you need. No question, increased accessibility is one of the greatest reasons you might benefit from virtual sessions with one of our medication management providers. (Do you live anywhere in Minnesota? We’re here, ready to support you.)

3. If you’re looking to partner with a specialist.

Perhaps your medication is being managed by a provider you no longer wish to see. Or maybe you’re looking for the comprehensive care that comes from working with a specialist. Whatever your reasons, incorporating medication management is one clear way to strengthen your support network.

4. If you’re seeking clarity.

From job transitions to life stages to changes in coverage, many people will meet with a variety of different providers over their lifetime. Along the way, some of us end up with a list of diagnostic labels that may or may not fit our current experience. If you’re feeling confused or overwhelmed by your own health history, please reach out to schedule an evaluation with a member of our Psychiatry team.

5. If you’re struggling.

Learning to navigate life’s unique challenges is a vital emotional wellness skill. But, if you’re struggling to function in your usual roles and normal routine, it might be time to consult with a professional. A member of our Psychiatry team can help you identify your unique stressors and discuss short- and longer-term supports that can help you experience relief. Even if you’ve never met with a psychiatric provider before, you might benefit from medication management.

Wherever you are, we’re ready to meet you there.   

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