Now Serving Wilmington’s Mental Health Needs
On top of everything in normal life, the past year has been hard on many people in a variety of ways. Folks have been experiencing a range of emotions including fear, confusion, anger, and anxiety. Not to mention that isolation due to the restrictions in place can and has led to distressing feelings of loneliness and depression for many adults and children. There is no longer such a stigma around seeking help in navigating life’s challenges when they arise.
MindPath Care Centers treats thousands of people each year in North Carolina and is now centrally located in Wilmington –convenient to patients near Wrightsville Beach, UNCW, Mayfaire, Downtown Wilmington, and beyond. New patients may be seen in-office, or via a HIPAA-compliant telehealth platform.
At MindPath Care Centers, we understand that we all encounter challenges that can impact our mental health and well-being, especially in times like these. We have been committed to providing the most comprehensive mental and behavioral healthcare organization in the state for the past 25 years.
Our aspiration is to reduce the stigma associated with, mental health and to provide quality access to mind care to all people in need – we believe that “Healthcare Begins with Mindcare™.”
We accept several major of insurance plans and our offerings at this office include services like psychotherapy, counseling, addiction recovery, psychiatric evaluations, medication management, and so much more. We also treat a wide range of conditions at our Wilmington office, including:
•Drug and Alcohol Use Disorders
We are proud to support the Wilmington community. If you or your loved one struggle with emotional, behavioral, relationship, or psychological difficulties, the specialist staff at MindPath Care Centers are here and ready to help. Find the answers to all of your questions and schedule your first appointment by visiting our website at mindpathcare.com or calling our Wilmington office at 910-444-3614.
Our Wilmington Providers:
Stephen Katz, MD, psychiatrist, is most passionate about doing a good job for his patients and being respectful of them. He aggressively pursues positive outcomes.
Tanya Bush, PMHNP, psychiatric nurse practitioner, is interested in the relationship between mind and body, and has experience working with patients of all ages.
Laura Young, LCSW, psychotherapist, strives for a patient to learn to be their own therapist, through integrating meaningful skills and patterns into their lifestyle.