“When people are in the midst of mental illness or addictions, things can seem helpless or overwhelming. What I love about being a psychiatrist is that I can help people get their lives back. This impacts not only my patients, but also their families and anyone who cares about them.”
—Anthony Massey, M.D., founder of Gladstone Psychiatry and Wellness
Gladstone Psychiatry and Wellness is a new psychiatry and counseling center with a chief mission of providing quality psychiatric care for Maryland residents who want to use their insurance benefits.
Our small team of experienced psychiatrists is dedicated to spending as much time as patients need to have their issues understood. First appointments with a psychiatrist are typically one hour long; follow-up visits are thirty-minutes. If needed, a nurse-specialist handles coordination of care between a patient’s primary care doctor, pharmacist, insurance company, and designated family members.
Even though we prescribe medications, we see treatment for mental health and addiction problems as including many things beyond medicine. Building resilience requires attention to and perhaps changes to one’s lifestyle along with counseling and psychotherapy. Recovery often involves repairing significant personal relationships, and support is key from family and friends. We work to develop a treatment plan that includes these things and makes sense to both patient and provider.
The Baltimore clinic is located within Mt. Washington Center at 1501 Sulgrave Avenue in the heart of the Mt. Washington Village neighborhood. The Columbia clinic is located at 9841 Broken Land Parkway, Suite 211. The Hunt Valley clinic is located at 11350 McCormick Rd., Building III, Suite 600. The Bethesda location is located at 4416 East West Highway, Suite 310.
To request a new patient appointment, please phone 443-708-5856.
Mt. Washington Fax: 667-212-5095
Columbia Fax: 240-708-4153
Hunt Valley Fax: 443-353-5701
Bethesda Fax: 240-396-6485
Providers at Gladstone Psychiatry are in network with the following insurers: United Behavioral Health/Optum, Aetna, Cigna, EHP/Johns Hopkins, CareFirst and BC/BS (both PPO and HMO).