Psychiatric Complaints

A psychiatric complaint is considered a behavior or situation in which an individual is having troubled thoughts, exhibiting troubling behaviors, or could be caused by property destruction.

This behavior is present at time of check-in to iCare.

Symptoms of Psychiatric Complaints

  • Confused thinking
  • Reduced ability to concentrate
  • Deep, ongoing sadness, or feeling “down”
  • Inability to manage day-to-day stress and problems
  • Trouble understanding situations and other people 
  • Withdrawal from others and from activities you used to enjoy
  • Extreme tiredness, low energy, or sleeping problems
  • Strong feelings of fear, worry, or guilt


General Treatment for Psychiatric Complaints

  • Psychological treatment
  • Interpersonal Psychotherapy
  • Dialectal behavior therapy
  • Antidepressant medication
  • Anti-psychotic medications
  • Mood-stabilizing medications

We do not provide therapy on-site at iCare but can provide patients with resources to seek treatment at a behavioral treatment center or refer you to a medical professional who can develop a treatment plan that may include medications and or therapy for you and manage your care on an outpatient basis. 

What to Expect

When you visit iCare, our exceptional team led by an experienced ER physicians will immediately assess your situation, employ life-saving intervention as needed, assess your medical history and provide a physical examination.  After our ER physician assesses you, they will provide suggestions and resources for you to reach out to a behavioral health treatment center or a referral for outpatient treatment. iCare does not provide on-site therapy or prescribe psychotropic medications but we can provide resources to help you find a specialist to design and manage a care plan designed for you.