Mental health is just as important as physical health, but it can be hard to find a Psychiatrist that is accepting new patients. UBERDOC offers direct-to-physician scheduling that allows patients to skip the line and the referral process to get in to see a physician fast! Whether you prefer in-person or telemedicine appointments, week days or weekends, UBERDOC has a physician that fits your schedule. Take control of your mental health today and book an appointment with one of our top 10 Psychiatrists in Florida.
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Dr. Eli Kolp, MD
Dr. Kolp has established and maintained a private practice, and has served as medical director in various psychiatric facilities, directing inpatient, residential and outpatient treatment programs. Dr. Kolp specialized in the diagnosis and treatment of people with anxiety disorders, affective and psychotic illnesses, eating disorders and addictive illnesses.
Dr. Raul Corredor, MD
As clinician-researcher Dr. Corredor has extensive experience treating patients with neuropsychiatric disorders that affect behavior and cognition. Dr. Corredor clinical work uses integrative medicine, electrical brain stimulation, pharmacological and non-pharmacological approaches to promote brain plasticity and restore the balance of the mind/body relationship in patients with psychosomatic disorders, chronic pain, and cognitive disorders, from ADHD to neurodegenerative disorders including Alzheimer’s disease.
Dr. Joshua Werblin, MD
Dr. Werblin is a board certified Child, Adolescent & Adult Psychiatrist and board eligible for Addictions Psychiatry.
Dr. Naomi Jeanty-Higgins, MD
Dr. Jeanty-Higgins specialties include mood and anxiety disorders, depression, ADHD, bipolar disorder, trauma, OCD, sleep disorder, psychosis, schizophrenia, sexual dysfunction, and substance use disorder, in addition to treating performance anxiety for musicians and recording artists.
Dr. Inyene Umoren, MD
Dr. Umoren is Board certified by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology in 3 specialties: Adult psychiatry, Geriatric psychiatry, and Hospice and Palliative Medicine. Dr. Umoren’s, warm, compassionate approach to talk therapy sets patients at ease and helps them focus on constructive steps toward improving emotional wellness and sustainable living. He is dedicated to working collaboratively with individuals to achieve success, drawing on his extensive training and experience to help them navigate internal and external challenges.
Dr. Delvena Thomas, MD
Dr. Thomas works with patients suffering from trauma, depression, anxiety, ADHD, relationship issues, addiction, and sexual dysfunction. Dr. Thomas is a Lieutenant Colonel in the U.S. Army Reserves and a veteran of Operations Iraqi & Enduring Freedom, and has completed three tours of duty in Iraq, Afghanistan, and Kuwait, where she provided mental health care for soldiers who required stress reduction/therapy, family connectedness, and spiritual well-being.
Dr. Sunil Parashar, MD
Dr. Parashar Specializes in Anxiety, Mood, Insomnia, alcohol Opiate, Binge eating, Nicotine related disorder amongst other complex psychiatric and addiction disorders.
Dr. Riaz Ahmed, MD
Dr. Ahmed offers psychiatric evaluations and management of all mental health disorders. Dr. Ahmed specializes in diagnosis and treatment of bipolar disorders, depression and anxiety disorders, psychotic disorders, PTSD and TBI, dementia related behavioral disorders, ADHD and ADD disorders, and personality disorders.
Dr. Pragnesh Patel, MD
Dr. Patel is currently very active with his clinical services at Tampa Community Hospital and Memorial Hospital of Tampa, and provides comprehensive psychiatric assessment and addiction treatment. He offers traditional treatment including psychopharmacological and psychotherapy. He also now offers and specializes in alternative treatment such as Electroconvulsive treatment (ECT) and Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation for treatment resistant depression.
Dr. Andrea Chamberlain, MD
Dr. Andrea Chamberlain is trained in both psychiatry and family medicine and can help identify how problems in each of these areas may be influencing the other. Her focus is on treating the WHOLE patient and not simply psychiatric issues in isolation.