About Doctor Oksana
Oksana Baram, M.D, started Family Psychiatry because she recognized the need for a more comprehensive approach to treating mental health and behavioral disorders. By helping an individual from every aspect of their needs, including physical and neurobiological wellness, as well as psychological, behavioral, and interpersonal wellness, we can improve the overall health of the individual. Thus, we enhance and enrich the lives of each of our clients and/or patients so they may live a happier and more productive life.
After completing her training and residency in the department of neurology and psychiatry at St. Louis University, and fellowship in child and adolescent psychiatry at the University of Missouri – Columbia, Dr. Oksana wanted to develop a practice environment that catered to the younger adult, as well as the LGBTQ community. While the practice offers assistance to all ages, she recognized the need to assist parents and families with the challenges they often face when their son or daughter suffers from the area and specializes in working with the LGBTQ community, a mental health or behavioral disorder. Additionally, Dr. Oksana recognized the need for LGBTQ mental health services in St. Louis.
Our goal at Family Psychiatry is to offer individuals an integrated approach to their mental health treatment. Medications alone only mask symptoms. Our goal is to incorporate one-on-one therapy and other treatment modalities so that the individual can live a more meaningful life.
Our team includes physicians, nurse practitioners, counselors/therapists, TMS therapy, and other treatment modalities. We provide care for all age groups including family members where appropriate. Our team of professionals communicates closely and coordinates care so that our clients can be cared for in the most expedient and cost-effective manner. Equally important is our attention to privacy and sensitivity in maintaining the confidentiality of each of our clients.
Thank you for taking the time to visit our web page and learning more about our services. We encourage you to call our office today if you or a loved one is struggling with a mental health or behavioral disorder, or if you feel you just need someone to assist you through a difficult time in your life.