Our Practice Philosophy

 

At Prospect Behavioral Pediatrics and Psychiatry, we evaluate and treat the whole person. We realize that this is a similar claim held by other psychiatric and behavioral health providers, but we believe that the difference is clear and apparent when people engage with our services. We recognize and address all of the issues that impact children and can manifest as, or appear to be psychiatric issues. We thoroughly examine the medical, psychologic, developmental, and psychosocial components that impact children. Your child. Your most precious belonging. We approach psychiatric illness in children in a compassionate and integrated fashion to arrive at the best treatment options available. With Dr. Trombley's training, experience and expertise in pediatrics, this often includes a medical evaluation for the most comprehensive and thoughtful diagnosis and treatment regimen possible. We believe in cost-effective management and practice judicious use of medications, following the latest literature and evidence-based guidelines. We understand that children are in the midst of complex physiologic and developmental changes and trajectories, and that medications should be reserved to the simplest and least harmful regimens. We engage the parents' or guardians' voice and opinion as well to help guide and tailor treatment options to the individual child. As the parent or guardian, we believe that you should be a fundamental part of the treatment team and make informed choices in the best interest of your child. ​

 

THE PRACTICE

Latest clinic news

We currently remain open through the COVID-19 pandemic for telepsychiatry visits and  
in-office visits for those who prefer. If in-office, we ask that adults be immunized and masks will still be required. We also ask that no more than 2 people attend an appointment (e.g. a child and one parent or guardian). 


For this ongoing crisis, we are using virtual visits/telepsychiatry through a HIPAA compliant platform at https://doxy.me/

At this point, all insurance companies have TEMPORARILY authorized telehealth visits at no additional cost. 

Please be aware that telehealth visits are NOT a regularly covered service and once this crisis has passed, your insurance company may not pay for any further telehealth service and we anticipate returning to all in-office visits ONLY
 
What people are saying....

"Real true care in partner with cognitive behavior therapy and psychiatric care in tandem."

...on Google reviews