Radiant Light Psychiatry
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Our mission is to promote mental health wellness and decrease stigma.
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Radiant Light Psychiatry (RLP) specializes in mental health and wellness. We focus on assisting individuals develop strength-based solutions to achieve consistent relief, regain function, and live full and healthy lives.
Radiant Light Psychiatry (RLP) offers telemedicine and in-person appointments to Georgia residents. However, due to COVID-19 pandemic, in person appointments are not available.
Radiant Light Psychiatry is working on getting licensed in other states.
Telepsychiatry is the process of providing mental health care from a distance through technology, most often using videoconferencing. There are many benefits of telepsychiatry such as convenience, improved access, reduced delay in care, less potential transportation barriers, and reduced need for time off work. Because of its privacy, it can reduce the barrier of stigma. In fact, many like it because they are able to be seen in the comfort of their home. Research has shown that the experience for most is good and that the same quality level of care is delivered.
When would telepsychiatry not be appropriate?
Patients who are at moderate or high risk of harm to themselves or to others are generally not appropriate for telehealth. This could include patients who are acutely suicidal, homicidal or intoxicated by alcohol or other drugs.
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Will my insurance cover my visit?
RLP does not contract with any insurance companies at this time. However, if your insurance policy provides out-of-network benefits we can provide a superbill which clients may file their own claims for reimbursement. RLP cannot guarantee that your insurance will reimburse you for any charges.
Please contact your insurance company for details. Important questions when speaking with your Insurance carrier
Do I have "out-of-network" benefits and if so, how much is reimbursed?
Are there any deductibles that must be met before my benefits are active?
Is a referral or prior authorization required and are there limits on the number of therapy visits in a given time period?
How do I submit claims for reimbursement? (typically this is done online or by mail after the provider gives the patient a receipt that includes all relevant diagnostic and service codes).
What forms of payment do you accept?
RLP accepts all major credit cards and cash payments. Clients may also use HSA/FSA (Health Savings Account) cards for payment if applicable. Payment of fees are due at the time of service and vary depend on time and modality.
Can I be treated for substance abuse or dependence related issues?
No. Individuals with co-morbid substance issues should be seen by a provider who can address both mental health and substance issues.
I am currently on a benzodiazepine (i.e. Xanax, Klonopin, Valium, etc.) Does Radiant Light Psychiatry prescribe these types of medications?
Benzodiazepines are a type of medication known as tranquilizers. Familiar names include Valium and Xanax. They are some of the most commonly prescribed medications in the United States. They are also some of the most commonly addictive medications in the United States. Unintentional, long-term use also can lead to tolerance, which means that lower doses will become ineffective and patients will need higher doses. Although, they can be useful, RLP has decided to offer other useful medication and therapeutic treatments that have no risk of addiction.
What conditions do you treat?
Child and Adolescent mild to moderate depression and/or anxiety
Child and Adolescent ADHD
Do you offer emergency appointments?
Appointments should be booked in advance. We are unable to provide emergency services.
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To schedule your telepsychiatry appointment
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20 Minute Free
Potential patients get your FREE discovery session. This provides you with the opportunity to speak with a psychiatrist to discuss services offered. After the discovery session, if appropriate, you can schedule an appointment.