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Teen Psychologist

Begin Your Journey to Happiness

Who We Are.

Dr. Andrew Newton has been providing mental health services to the community and surrounding areas for the last 30 years. He is a well-respected, highly recognized, and dedicated psychiatrist that has focused his life on research and clinical care through multiple collaborative and therapeutic relationships. He is empathetic, personable, knowledgeable, and approachable in the science of delivering excellent mental health care, which he has mastered over the last 30+ years. 


What We Treat.


Mood Disorders

Life is filled with everyday ups and downs or normal reactions to positive and negative events. However, if you find that mood is affecting your daily activities, relationships, education you may be suffering from a mood disorder.  Mood disorders are typically diagnosed under three major states of mood: depressive, manic, and bipolar.


Anxiety is a naturally occurring phenomenon that all humans experience. In most cases anxiety is mild and beneficial for survival and motivation. However, sometimes the levels of anxiety a person feels are no longer productive and prevent necessary daily activities. When anxiety reaches this unproductive level, an anxiety disorder is generally diagnosed. Anxiety disorders may include Generalized Anxiety Disorder, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, and panic disorder.


Other Mental Conditions

Dr. Andrew Newton has effectively treated all mental health conditions that can impact an individual’s mental health and wellness. Working in all mental health treatment settings, across the lifespan, has prepared Dr. Newton to apply his vast clinical expertise to all psychiatric conditions that affect children, adolescents, young adults, adults, and geriatric populations. His approach is person-centered and driven by innovative, evidence-based best practices. 

What We Treat
  • Psychotherapy
    The greatest influence in treatment success is the combination of appropriate medications and individual/family psychotherapy. At Newton Psychiatric Clinic, LLC, we provide access to experienced clinicians to share the client journey into mental wellness. Types of psychotherapeutic approaches that are available include Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, Brief Solution Based Therapy, Supportive Counseling, Psychodynamic Therapy, and Humanistic Therapy. Once a treatment plan is developed between all treatment team members, including client and family, the journey of mental health and wellness will begin.
  • Medication Management
    Involves prescribing psychotropic medications based on the most current evidence-based practice. Medication is prescribed at the sole discretion of our providers after a through diagnostic assessment, if appropriate. At Newton Psychiatric Clinic, LLC we strive to work collaboratively in a multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary team approach with the client and family to ensure an individualized treatment plan for success.
  • Trancranial Magnetic Stimulation (Coming Soon)
    Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) is a noninvasive procedure that uses magnetic fields to stimulate nerve cells in the brain to improve symptoms of certain mental health disorders. Most TMS providers find that TMS has a success rate at between 70% or 80%, meaning that most individuals find significant relief after treatment. About 50% of people experience complete remission, meaning that the symptoms of depression are absent after just one course of treatment. · An alternative to antidepressants · Series of pulsed magnetic stimuli to the brain · FDA cleared for the treatment of MDD · FDA cleared for adjunct treatment of OCD · Non-invasive treatment – no anesthesia · Free from common antidepressant drug side effects · Does not affect cognitive function and is not to be confused with ECT (Electro Convulsive Therapy) · Patients are able to resume daily activities right after treatment · May be used with or without antidepressant (determined by physician) · For use in outpatient settings Learn More:
  • Ketamine Therapy
    Ketamine therapy is a psychopharmacological approach to certain mental health disorder. It’s not entirely clear how ketamine works. Because it exerts an antidepressant effect through a new mechanism, ketamine may be able to help people successfully manage depression when other treatments have not worked. One likely target for ketamine is NMDA receptors in the brain. By binding to these receptors, ketamine appears to increase the amount of a neurotransmitter called glutamate in the spaces between neurons. Glutamate then activates connections in another receptor, called the AMPA receptor. Together, the initial blockade of NMDA receptors and activation of AMPA receptors lead to the release of other molecules that help neurons communicate with each other along new pathways. Known as synaptogenesis, this process likely affects mood, thought patterns, and cognition.
  • T.O.V.A. for Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
    The Test of Variables of Attention, or T.O.V.A. for short, is a neuropsychological assessment that was created in the 1960s by Dr. Lawrence Greenberg . It measures the individual's ability to remain focused during a repetitive, boring task, and their ability to control their impulses during a more stimulating task. This test provides objective assessment to provide accurate diagnosis of ADHD and ADD. The test will be recommended during the initial psychiatric evaluation and may be repeated to assess whether designated treatment is effective in managing symptoms.

What We Offer.

What We Offer
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