Hudson Psychiatric Associates


Psychiatrists at Hudson Psychiatric Associates are licensed medical doctors able to assess the relationship between physical and mental conditions. This comprehensive perspective helps provide a more complete assessment for patients. Unlike other mental health professionals, we can integrate psychotherapy with medical assessment and treatment including ordering medical tests and prescribing medication if necessary. We are alternative medicine friendly and dedicated to the holistic care of patients while adhering to modern, scientifically backed treatment methods and evidence based standards of clinical care.

Families/couples struggling with


Postpartum Depression

Perinatal Anxiety & Depression

New Parent Adjustment

Premenstrual Dysphoric Disorder

Menopause related issues

Individuals experiencing

Stress & Frustration


Low self-esteem

Mood Swings

Bipolar Illness

Personality changes


Anxiety & Panic attacks

Poor attention and concentration

Chronic medical conditions

Relationship problems

Career Issues

Life-work balance

Children suffering from

Infant/Toddler Sleep problems

Separation Anxiety



Behavioral disturbances

Underperformance in school

Specific phobias

We provide the following services:


A complete psychiatric evaluation can determine if treatment is needed and what types of treatment would be most effective


A psychiatric consultation may be requested as a second opinion or to collaborate with your treating doctor

Medication and/or Psychotherapy

Psychiatrists offer specific expertise in introducing and managing medication to alleviate mood and other psychiatric symptoms.

Learning to Focus…

Problems with concentration

Problems with concentration can be a symptom of a wide variety of disorders. Click here for more information.

You are not alone. Help your baby by helping yourself.

Depression and anxiety, either during or after pregnancy can have an immense impact on parent and baby. Click here for more information.

Understanding and Working through Relationship Distress

Relationship conflict leading to relationship dissatisfaction can occur when couples are negotiating major life transitions, e.g. marriage, parenthood, geographic relocation, or job change, or when confronted with acute crises such as discovery of an infidelity, major illness, or pressing financial concerns. Click here for more information.

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