Virtual Anxiety Psychiatrist
At Equilibrium Behavioral Health, we offer virtual psychiatry sessions for the utmost convenience and accessibility to our patients. Licensed in Massachusetts, Florida, California, Maine, and New Hampshire, Dr. Bojarski strives to provide the highest quality of care for those grappling with anxiety and other mental health conditions. Dr. Bojarski is committed to working with individuals alongside their healthcare practitioner and therapist to find the appropriate treatment plan.
Anxiety can make it challenging to go about your day, and Dr. Bojarski understands the nature of anxiety and how it can affect people. Equilibrium Behavioral Health provides treatment plans for anxiety and a wide range of mental health conditions. From ADHD to trauma, depression, obsessive-compulsive disorder, and other diagnoses, Dr. Bojarski provides care on your terms and schedule. If you are searching for a virtual psychiatrist, contact Equilibrium Behavioral Health for an introductory phone call with Dr. Bojarski.
What is anxiety?
Anxiety is the body's natural response and reaction to any stressful or unfamiliar situation. When you experience anxiety, you can experience a wide range of symptoms such as racing heart, sweaty hands, and more. Some forms of anxiety are natural such as nerves before a big test, presentation, or interview, but if stress hinders you from living your day to day life, that can be a sign of a more significant issue. At Equilibrium Behavioral Health, we specialize in anxiety and can help you reduce your symptoms to live the highest quality of life.
What are the symptoms of anxiety?
Anxiety manifests in different ways for other people. Below are a few of the symptoms that can arise in people who experience anxiety:
Visits will occur at our office in
or through a virtual visit.
(with or without Psychopharmacology)
We do not accept insurance payments. However, many insurance companies offer out-of-network benefits, which may allow you to be reimbursed for services rendered by Equilibrium Behavioral Health.
You may also pay for treatment using a Health Savings Account (HSA) or Flexible Spending Account (FSA).