Patient Care

Clinical services by physicians and other faculty in the Department of Psychiatry are provided at numerous sites. Most services are provided at LCMC Health Behavioral Health in the Tulane Medical Center building. You can find a doctor at Appointments can be made by calling (504) 988 5800 or (800) 588 5800.

Tulane Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and Psychology Services (T-CAPPS)

T-CAPPS provides personalized and in-depth evaluation and treatment for children and adolescents with emotional and behavioral difficulties. Clinicians are faculty of Tulane’s Department of Psychiatry, Section of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, who specialize in trauma, disruptive behavior, and mood and anxiety disorders. T-CAPPS psychiatrists and psychologists take a thoughtful approach to each child and provide a well-rounded treatment plan, including psychotherapy, medications, and collaborative care with other providers and schools. T-CAPPS is located on the 14th floor of the Murphy Building, part of Tulane’s campus in the bio-district in downtown New Orleans.

To schedule an appointment, call (504) 988-5405.

Affordable and Evidence-Based Care from Tulane University Faculty

Tulane University Behavioral Health Clinic – Metairie (TUBHC-Metairie), a psychiatric specialty clinic of the Tulane University School of Medicine.  The clinicians and staff of TUBHC-Metairie provide behavioral health services through state-of-the art clinical programs in adult psychiatry.   Problems we treat include anxiety, posttraumatic stress disorder, panic attacks, obsessive compulsive disorder, depression, bipolar disorder, loss & grief, ADHD, and more.  We accept many insurance plans.

Scheduling an appointment: For more information or to schedule an appointment, call (504) 988-7250

4641 Fairfield St., Suite F
Metairie, LA 70006

EPIC-NOLA, Early Psychosis Intervention Clinic

The Sinfonia Family Services of Louisiana EPIC-NOLA, Early Psychosis Intervention Clinic, provides comprehensive evaluation and treatment of adolescents and young adults who have recently begun experiencing psychosis. We are the first and only clinic of this kind in New Orleans. Our team of experts will provide diagnosis and treatment planning consistent with the most progressive evidence-based models for first-episode psychosis treatment. The goal of EPIC-NOLA is to help adolescents and young adults understand, manage, and cope with these experiences in order to get back to their everyday lives.   

The term 'psychosis' describes symptoms usually associated with severe mental illness. These symptoms are characterized by a loss of contact with reality. Children, as well as adults, can experience psychosis for a number of reasons. Common psychotic symptoms are: Hallucinations- distorted sensory experiences in which one sees or hears things that are not there. Delusions- fixed, false beliefs about what is taking place that is contrary to reality. EPIC-NOLA provides psychiatric medication management, individual counseling and therapy, and family counseling and therapy. Some of these services can be provided in the community and home.  Our multi-disciplinary team works with patients and their families in order to determine goals and navigate the path towards recovery and wellness.  

Patients may be eligible to participate in the EPIC-CLINIC if they are: ·         

  • Between the ages of 12 and 35 ·         
  • Have been experiencing psychosis for less than 2 years ·         
  • Have received a diagnosis of schizophrenia or other psychotic disorder ·         
  • Have been recently hospitalized for psychosis ·         
  • Willing to be evaluated and treated by healthcare professionals 

For more information or to schedule an appointment call 504-988-0301. 

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Tulane physicians also provide clinical care and teaching at the Medical Center of Louisiana New Orleans (MCLNO), also known as University Hospital, the New Orleans facility of the state system of Charity Hospitals. This facility is jointly staffed by Tulane University and LSU physicians. The Department of Psychiatry also provides faculty physicians for the Veterans Affairs system in New Orleans. The VA system in New Orleans and the surrounding area operates several outpatient clinics and an urgent care center. Inpatient services of the VA for eligible veterans are provided at Tulane Medical Center.