When you acknowledge that you have concerns, and learn about your symptoms and the treatment available, you are on your way to making your life better. 

Your emotional and physical health, social life, and spiritual well-being are key aspects of functioning well, feeling good, and being satisfied with your life. These factors affect your ability to manage challenges — and to enjoy yourself.

You may have concerns about what you are feeling or how well you are functioning. Perhaps you are having difficulty with relationships at home or at work. Or you may be wondering whether you are experiencing anxiety, depression, ADHD or another condition.

Potomac Grove Psychiatry (PGP) offers a wide range of psychotherapy and psychiatric services. Our director, Dr. Louis E. Kopolow, is a top psychiatrist with expertise in recognizing and treating emotional and medical issues.  Your specific needs are met through our unique team approach. Our psychiatrists, psychologists and counselors collaborate to individualize treatment for each patient.

In our treatment team approach, the various clinicians involved in a patient’s care communicate and collaborate in order to coordinate treatment.  We find that this is the way to give our patients the very best care.

Potomac Grove Psychiatry’s clinical and administrative staff work together with a commitment to provide high quality mental health care. Patients feel welcomed, and experience our staff as responsive, supportive, and respectful. We return phone calls within 24 hours.

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Let us help you address your concerns.
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301-963-0060.

Let us help you address your concerns

Call today for an appointment

301-963-0060

Louis E. Kopolow, M.D.

Director 

Dr. Kopolow is nationally recognized as a psychopharmacologist for his clinical, educational, and research activities as well as a skilled psychotherapist.

judytysonphd

Judy Tyson, PhD 

Co-Director 

“My approach is to help you explore your personal struggles and use what you learn about yourself to create positive life changes.”