Do you need a virtual psychiatrist that specializes in ADHD? If so, look to Equilibrium Behavioral Health in Cambridge, MA. Equilibrium Behavioral Health serves California, Florida, Georgia, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, and New York with high-quality mental health care with a specialization in ADHD. At Equilibrium Behavioral Health, we provide virtual therapy sessions to offer high-quality care on your schedule. Virtual sessions grant flexibility and access to mental health care. Dr. Emeric Bojarski works with your primary healthcare provider to provide a comprehensive treatment plan. Equilibrium Behavioral Health uses medication management, psychotherapy, and lifestyle interventions to improve mental health symptoms. He is dedicated to minimizing your symptoms and improving your quality of life.
ADHD can make it challenging to concentrate and focus on day-to-day tasks. From school to work and more, it can be hard to concentrate. With virtual psychiatry sessions, Dr. Ermeric Bojarski works with those struggling with ADHD to minimize symptoms and provide effective treatment. We are committed to providing quality care on your terms and your schedule through our virtual sessions. Backed by years of experience and a passion for helping people overcome mental health challenges, you can rely on Dr. Emeric Bojarski to deliver compassionate care. Contact Dr. Emeric Bojarski at Equilibrium Behavioral Health in Cambridge, MA, for an introductory phone call appointment.
Some symptoms of ADHD in adolescents
Having a short attention span and being easily distracted
Constantly changing activity or task
Having a hard time sitting still
Some symptoms of ADHD in adults
Inability to focus
Poor organizational skills
Difficulty dealing with stress
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).