Minhas Psychiatry is a psychiatric private practice based in Connecticut that provides services to the northeast region of the United States. We are also available to provide consultations nation-wide.
At Minhas Psychiatry our aim is to provide comprehensive psychiatric and addiction treatment services. In our clinical division we treat clients of all ages, across a breadth of neuro-psychiatric conditions and disorders.
We provide holistic care which is informed not just by a deep understanding of biology, but also by psychological, cultural, and spiritual factors. Our philosophy is to treat the individual as a whole – not just the disease.
As part of our forensic division, Dr. Minhas is available to provide consultations and expert opinions to attorneys, courts, and institutions. These consultations may assist in addressing a variety of questions such as non-response to treatment, advanced psychopharmacology, and the interplay of mental health and the law.
We provide child and family treatment to all age ranges. With advanced training in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry from Brown University, we are experienced in treating all types of childhood onset conditions such as anxiety, depression, autism spectrum disorders, psychosis, and others.
We provide a variety of adult psychiatric treatment services which extend from early adulthood to late age. With years of experience treating adult and geriatric psychiatric conditions, we provide continued outpatient care, second opinions for treatment resistance, and management for advanced psychopharmacologic regimens.
We provide services for outpatient detoxification and relapse prevention from a variety of drugs including alcohol and opiates. With a special license to prescribe buprenorphine (Suboxone), we are able to treat clients with a history of opiate dependence.
We provide forensic evaluations and expert testimony. With advanced training in Psychiatry and the Law from Yale University, we are experienced in dealing with criminal and civil issues that involve the overlap of mental health and the law.