Situated minutes from the shores of Lake Geneva in the city of Lausanne, Lausanne Centre for Interventional Psychiatry treats clients struggling with mental illnesses like depression, anxiety, OCD and trauma as well as substance use disorders and physical conditions like tinnitus. The private practice of Dr. Jean-Frederic Mall, Lausanne specializes in interventional psychiatry, a method that includes neurostimulation, electroconvulsive therapy (ECT), transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) and transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS). The boutique facility is easily accessible by public transport, as it is located a few minutes from the Eglantine bus stop and a 15 minute walk from the Lausanne train station. Dr. Mall primarily offers outpatient neurostimulation and medication management.
Treatment and Staff
Clients entering treatment with Dr. Mall undergo an extensive evaluation to help determine the most effective form of treatment. Lausanne offers evidence-based, innovative treatment methods for a range mental illnesses like depression, OCD, PTSD and substance use disorders in addition to chronic conditions like neuropathic pain, fibromyalgia and tinnitus. TMS and tDCS are cutting edge treatment methods that use electromagnetic pulses to increase or decrease cell activity in areas of the brain responsible for depression. tDCS induces currents that can increase or decrease neural activity and is typically used for mild to moderate depression. While the length of treatments vary depending on the progress and specific needs of the individual, treatment typically lasts between 10 and 15 sessions.
In addition, Dr. Mall provides consultations for clients with depression and bipolar disorders as well as assessments for cognitive and memory disorders. Lausanne also offers expertise in therapy adjustments in order to optimize treatment.
Lausanne Centre is the private practice of Dr. Jean-Frederic Mall, a psychiatrist and psychotherapist for adults and the elderly. Dr. Mall is the senior physician and head of ECT at the Lausanne University Hospital. He is a member of the Swiss Society of Biological Psychiatry, the Clinical TMS Society and the American Society of Ketamine Physicians. Medication management is also available.
Lausanne partners with Mobile Anesthesia Care to offer ketamine treatment. Often used as an anesthesia, ketamine is a powerful antidepressant medication that increases dopamine and serotonin in the brain. As it is taken intravenously, the effects of ketamine occur much faster than traditional medication. In addition to depression, it is used for chronic pain.
The private practice of psychiatrist and psychotherapist Dr. Jean-Frederic Mall, Lausanne Centre for Interventional Psychiatry utilizes innovative treatment methods like neurostimulation, electroconvulsive therapy (ECT), transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) and transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS). The facility treats clients struggling with mental illnesses like depression, bipolar disorder, OCD, anxiety and trauma as well as substance use disorder. For clients seeking cutting edge treatments and consultations, Lausanne is an excellent option.
Dr. Jean-Frederic Mall
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Lausanne Centre for Interventional Psychiatry Cost: Call for cost; some insurances accepted. Reach Lausanne Centre for Interventional Psychiatry by phone at +41 21 320 10 05 or by email at [email protected].
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