Integrative Psychiatry

What is Integrative Psychiatry?

At Luvita, we offer evidence-based and innovative treatments for our patients. Many of our patients suffer from treatment-resistant conditions – symptoms and side effects that often do not go away with traditional therapies.

With Integrative Psychiatry, our nurse practitioners offer a holistic patient-centered model that combines evidence-based pharmaceutical and conventional medicine with other non-pharmacological modalities like supplements, diet, and lifestyle coaching to promote long-term well-being.

Achieving harmony between the body and the brain is essential to whole-body wellness, and we strive to identify and treat the underlying causes, not just the symptoms. 

Treatment recommendations are based on a comprehensive history, questionnaires and evaluations, targeted laboratory testing, and patient preference. 

CONDITIONS TREATED:

Services are designed to enhance a person’s emotional well-being and can be used to treat a number of conditions, including:

  • Anxiety
  • Bipolar disorder
  • Chronic fatigue syndrome
  • Chronic pain syndromes
  • Depression
  • Drug and alcohol dependency
  • Eating disorders
  • Insomnia
  • Obsessive-compulsive disorder
  • Post-traumatic stress disorder

SERVICES:

  • Initial visit (60-90 minutes): Includes brief therapy and psychiatric evaluation for diagnosis and medication management.
  • Follow-up visit (15-30 minutes): Includes evaluation and assessment for medication adjustment.
  • Telepsychiatry services are available throughout Montana, Wyoming, and Colorado.

PAYMENT:

  • Insurance: Blue Cross Blue Shield, Cigna, UnitedHealthcare, Allegiance, PacificSource, and out-of-network billing.
    • Co-pays: are due at the time of the visit.
  • A sliding fee scale is available for those without insurance.
  • Private pay: At the time of your visit.

To schedule a new patient appointment, please click HERE and fill out the Self-Referral Form. A team member will contact you shortly, and we look forward to working with you.

If you believe you or another individual is suffering a mental health crisis emergency, seek medical attention immediately — call 911 or proceed to the nearest emergency room.

If you are in need of support, but not in crisis, consider reaching out to a warmline. Warmlines offer a place to call when you just need to talk to someone. Speaking to someone on these calls is typically free, confidential, and run by people who understand what it’s like to struggle with mental health problems.

Find a warmline at mhanational.org/warmlines.