Divine Wellness And Psychiatric Services

Telephone: 3016650662  E-mail: ola@divinepsychcare.com

Who We Are.

Highly qualified and motivated professionals

Welcome to Divine Wellness And Psychiatric Services, we are an across the life-span organization and provide care for pediatric, adolescent, adult, older adult, and the elderly. 

We provide assessment, diagnosis, and treatment of an array of mental and psychiatric conditions. 

Divine Wellness And Psychiatric Services provide support for those who have experienced a severe crisis and are recovering from a disabling mental state. We work with you to facilitate recovery with a goal of returning you to optimal levels of functioning and prevent further emotional disruptions

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Contact us:

Telephone: 3016650662

E-mail: ola@divinepsychcare.com

Address: 10770 Columbia Pike Suite 300, Silver Spring, MD 20901.


Divine Wellness And Psychiatric Services.

At Divine Wellness And Psychiatric Services, we are a private practice psychiatric and mental health clinic that provide care for people across the life span. The patient population that we work with include children,  adolescents, adults and the elderly. 

We treat various psychological issues that include Mood disorders such as depression, Bipolar disorder.  Anxiety, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD),psychotic disorder and other related  r conditions. 

We have a multidisciplinary team that are ready to help you, with a comprehensive assessment and treatment plan. 

We offer assessments and treatment for a wide range of emotional and mental health problems.



Bipolar disorder

Self harm

Personality disorder


Tic disorders

Eating disorders

Obsessive compulsive disorder



Insurance Accepted

Maryland Medicare

 Maryland Medicaid

MedStar Select 

Aetna Better Health 


Priority Partners

JAI Medical Systems

 Kaiser Permanente 

Maryland Physicians Care 

United healthcare

University of Maryland Health Partners

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Addiction Treatment

Addiction treatment can greatly influence a patient’s recovery and help prevent relapse. Addiction refers to any substance, thing, or activity that a person persistently uses and craves. Some of the substances that psychiatrists treat include alcohol, stimulants such as meth and cocaine, depressants, hallucinogens, heroin, and inhalants. The primary goals of addiction treatment are to guide a patient away from their dependency, significantly reduce or eliminate their use of the drug in question, and alter their lifestyle to initiate healthier, stronger values. We attempt to achieve these goals by helping the patient rebuild their core relationships, find employment in an interest or hobby, and restore their personal beliefs and values in all other aspects of their life. These goals may seem broad, but each is personalized to match the patient’s treatment plan according to their medical and psych history, current health status, the severity of addiction, treatment type, substance type, and specifically outlined goals. Treatments for addiction will vary but may include one or a combination of therapies, medications, and mandated group sessions. To begin treatment, we will conduct a thorough physical examination, a full mental health evaluation, and a psychiatric assessment. After developing a diagnosis, we curate an individualized treatment plan tailored to meet their unique needs.

Mental Illness Treatment

Mental illnesses include a wide range of disorders, disabilities, and conditions that can affect mood, thinking, and behavior. Common mental illnesses include clinical depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, ADD, ADHD, OCD, and PTSD. Treating a mental illness requires a thorough physical and mental examination, a psychiatric evaluation, and a one-on-one consultation that may include the patient’s parents, caregiver, or guardian. Psychiatrists are mental health specialists that focus on the diagnosis, prevention, study, and treatment of mental disorders. They often work alongside other health care professionals, such as therapists, psychologists, social workers, and physicians, to comprehensively treat their patients. Treatment for mental illnesses will vary depending on each patient’s unique condition, the type of illness they suffer from, the severity of their condition, any other existing health conditions and medications, and family history. During the initial consultation, we will discuss these factors and determine the extent of their condition by assessing their symptoms and conducting physical and mental examinations. After developing a diagnosis, we will curate a personalized treatment plan that meets the patient’s unique needs. Treatments may include various forms of therapies, such as behavioral, cognitive, talk therapy, psychotherapy, medications, and, in some cases, procedures and surgeries. Many patients with mental illnesses benefit from group or peer therapy as well.


Individual and Family Therapy

Therapy can be given and received by both an individual or an entire family. Individual therapy, typically through talk therapy, psychotherapy, and cognitive-behavioral therapy, can help manage or completely treat various mental health conditions such as anxiety, depression, and substance abuse. While individual therapy focuses primarily on a patient’s personal struggles, the purpose of family therapy is to comprehensively treat the problem. Often, family members and other individuals close to the individual play a role in their condition and/or relapse. Individuals and families can greatly benefit from therapy, especially when the condition or problem affects all or most members of the family, as is the case with most mental illnesses. Psychiatrists are specially educated, trained, and experienced in diagnosing and treating both individuals and families for a wide range of mental health issues and conditions. To begin treatment, we start with a one-on-one consultation to evaluate the patient’s case, conduct a physical examination, discuss their symptoms, assess their current mental state, and curate a custom treatment plan tailored to meet their unique needs.

Expert Services


For decades, science has tried to find the answer to the question “what causes mental illness?”.  A debate between psychologists has existed throughout about whether the cause is biological (“nature”) or environmental (“nurture”).  The answer to the nature vs. nurture question appears to be a resounding “both”.  

Substantial evidence indicates individuals can be born with genetic vulnerabilities to specific mental health issues.  For example, the child of a biological parent with bipolar disorder is 15-30% more likely to develop the disorder in their lifetime. However, genetics do not tell the entire story. Research indicates that environmental factors can also play a significant part, especially when combined with biological ones. Specifically, research has found evidence that certain environmental factors can actually alter brain structures and impair their functioning.  Clearly biological and environmental factors intertwine in a complicated dance.

We at Divine Wellness and Psychiatric Services believe what decades of research indicates is the biggest environmental factor in developing and sustaining mental health disorders of all kinds.  That factor is trauma.  Unfortunately this term is widely misunderstood by most people and associated with a limited number of life experiences such as military combat, natural disasters, mass shootings, and the unexpected death of loved ones. These examples, while undoubtedly traumatic, are only one end of the continuum of traumatic experiences.



At Divine Wellness and Psychiatric Services we believe that trauma is more accurately understood as any life experience for which you do not have adequate coping skills.

This definition helps explain why trauma often occurs in childhood when we have very few coping skills.  Traumatic experiences as a kid can greatly impact brain development and contribute to the inception of mental disorders.  The Adverse Childhood Experiences study  (ACEs) has correlated specific childhood traumas to increased rates of mental illness and major health disorders.  Consequently efforts are being made to intervene on these risk factors with children and their families to lower or eliminate them. 

However, trauma doesn’t just happen in childhood, it happens over a lifetime.  Life is a series of traumatic events – it overwhelms our coping skills frequently.  This is a hard reality to embrace. It isn’t fair and it is easier to think of trauma as a consequence of certain “bad” behaviors until it happens to us or someone we love.  When emotional pain from trauma comes along, many of us try to deny it, repress it, or numb it rather than turn towards it and face it.  M Scott Peck wrote in his best selling work The Road Less Traveled that “the attempt to avoid legitimate suffering lies at the root of all emotional illness”.  In most cases, we desperately try to avoid suffering due to not feeling equipped with and capable of utilizing adequate coping skills.


The mission of Divine Wellness and Psychiatric Services is to provide quality treatment to a population that is in dire need of being treated as equal through a multitude of treatment modalities, medication management, and education. Our goal is to erase stigma for individuals struggling with mental health disorders and to help them recover and lead happy, healthy, and productive lives.


Treatment is based on the recognition that the client is autonomous. Each has the potential for achieving growth in the management of their behavioural health needs. We're committed to providing a safe, structured environment, appropriate for therapeutic interventions, to restore them to a level of functioning that will enable treatment at a lesser level, as appropriate.

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