Consultee Contact

Midwest Psychiatric Center, Inc. is a private psychiatric practice owned by my colleague, Dr. Rakesh Kaneria.  I provide therapy to adults and a small number of children/adolescents at this location.  We can accept most commercial insurances, as well as Caresource (of Ohio Medicaid) and Medicare.  Adult clients who work with me at MPC also have the option to see Dr. Kaneria for evaluation and medication management if desired or needed.  Child psychiatric evaluation and medication management are not available with MPC.    We are located in West Chester, OH near the UC West Chester Hospital, just off I-75, between Liberty Way. and Tylersville Rd.

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Teamwork and Collaboration 

Inter-professional collaboration is an invaluable resource and a great asset in treatment and recovery. Within the confines of confidentiality policies and HIPAA regulations, I am committed to working together with other clinicians and professionals to promote the wellness and success of the individuals we serve.

I welcome communication, consultation, and collaboration with other clinicians and medical providers, teachers, pastors/clergy, teachers, probation officers, attorneys, etc. – however only by the written consent of the client. A HIPAA compliant consent for release of information form is required prior to discussing any protected health information. Clients may request a form in session and/or from support staff.

There may be times when I limit collaboration or communication with others.  Client empowerment is central to my practice, so I encourage my client’s to self-advocate and problem solve as independently as possible.  I avoid doing for my client what she/he can be doing.  In such a scenario, I will work with the individual to build skills to support independence and self-sufficiency, and I will encourage them to make an attempt on their own before I will step in.  Additionally, I may limit contact with other professionals or individual regarding a case in order to maintain objectivity, adhere to the ethical guidelines of my profession, or protect my role as a treatment provider (as opposed to an investigator, magistrate, parent, etc.).