HEAL. TEACH. INNOVATE.
HEAL. TEACH. INNOVATE.
The Pisgah Institute is comprised of psychiatrists, doctoral-level psychologists, psychiatric nurse practitioners, certified physician’s assistants, and master’s level clinical mental health counselors who address a full range of mental conditions. We provide consultation, medication management, and individual psychotherapy. We perform psychological and educational testing, stress management, and Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS), a new treatment for depression. We provide services for children, adults, and families.
The Pisgah Institute is the largest, most comprehensive behavioral health practice in Western North Carolina. We provide a wide variety of mental-health treatments. The home-like atmosphere of the practice provides a relaxing atmosphere where patients can feel comfortable and cared for.
We are happy to welcome Sandy Sun, F.N.P., P.M.H.N.P. to the Pisgah team! Ms. Sun is double board certified as a psychiatric and family nurse practitioner. She employs an integrative approach to treatment, using both medication therapy and a lifestyle approach...
We are happy to welcome Ross Wiedemann, M.D. & Eliot Steer, Ph.D. to the Pisgah team! Dr. Ross Wiedemann is a board-eligible psychiatrist specializing in general outpatient practice. His main areas of interest include treatment of major depression, anxiety...
The Pisgah Institute is happy to provide a range of psychological assessment services. Diagnostic clarification assessments provide insight into potential diagnoses and help develop effective treatment plans. Testing can clarify if someone may be experiencing: more...
We are happy to welcome Samantha Isakson Lyerly, Ph.D., as a clinician at The Pisgah Institute! Dr. Isakson Lyerly treats children, adolescents, and adults. She began her practice in the public school systems, state hospitals, and residential-treatment programs. She...
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