Your Health Comes First.

Psychiatric disorders can affect anyone at any time in their life. Mental health issues affect a significant portion of the population, and often remain undiagnosed and untreated.

This lack of treatment leads to needless suffering and sometimes unfortunate events. You and your loved ones deserve the opportunity to work toward living a good, fulfilling and meaningful life. If psychiatric symptoms are interfering with your everyday activities and relationships, you should seek medical treatment.


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A Team Approach

Our doctors, nurse practitioners, and therapists work together using a biopsychosocial approach to treatment that may involve medication, psychotherapy, education, and social development to effect change. We offer outpatient behavioral healthcare in a safe, caring, and confidential environment.

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Real People Who Listen and Care About What You Feel

Our continuing interactions with each other and with our patients keep us in touch with the fact that human beings are not standardized and experience difficulties in many perplexing ways that resist attempts to fit individuals into neat categories.

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Patient-Doctor Collaborative Decision-Making

We are interested in developing a collaborative relationship with you in which we decide together the kind of treatment that is best for you. Working together, over time, we use a range of proven techniques to help people gain strength and continue to grow and develop.

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Providing Continuity and Capabilities

InterCare Psychiatric Services has been offering behavioral healthcare to children, adolescents, and adults in the South Hills for more than 30 years. It is an independent, physician owned practice that has extensive experience working with patients, families, and schools. We are well connected with primary care and specialty medical practices as well as mental health service organizations in the Pittsburgh area. The InterCare team is continually working to stay current with evidence supported treatment interventions.