Dr Phillips, Orlando Psychiatrist

Looking for a psychiatrist in the Dr. Phillips, Orlando area? In the era of work from home, a lot of services have moved to online care. At Analyze, we strive to continue providing appointments with a locally based provider, as we feel there is something really special about meeting and connecting with your physician in person. We are located off of Dr. Phillips Blvd in Orlando, on the third floor of the Byblos Corner building.

Dr. Alexander Sidawi is a University of Florida trained, board certified physician psychiatrist who integrates therapy into medication management. He values spending time with his patients, and prefers to view their lives much more broadly than just the medications he prescribes. He believes in listening intently to your concerns and taking the time necessary to build a trusting connection with you, to get past the symptoms and down to the root cause of your struggles. He finds it important to incorporate discussions on the social factors that can impact your quality of life including relationships, goals, sleep, nutrition, and more.

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Some Psychiatric Ailments We Treat:

  • Schizophrenia
  • Delusional disorder
  • Arogaphobia
  • PMDD (premenstrual dysphoric disorder)
  • Changes after TBI (traumatic brain injury)
  • Seasonal affective disorder
  • Insomnia
  • Grief
  • Life transitions, goals and purpose
  • Relationship issues
  • Self-esteem and self-worth

Why Get Your Psychiatric Care In-Person?

While telehealth has undoubtedly brought about numerous conveniences, there are distinct advantages to seeing your psychiatrist in person that should be considered. Face-to-face interactions allow for a deeper level of connection and rapport between patient and psychiatrist. The physical presence can create a more personal and empathetic environment, fostering a stronger therapeutic alliance, which is vital for effective mental health treatment. In-person visits also facilitate non-verbal communication cues, such as body language and facial expressions, that can provide valuable insights into your emotional state and aid your psychiatrist in tailoring treatment plans to your unique needs.

Moreover, meeting in person allows for a more comprehensive evaluation. Your psychiatrist can conduct a thorough examination, which may include observing physical symptoms, assessing cognitive function, and conducting any necessary diagnostic tests, all of which contribute to a more accurate diagnosis and personalized treatment approach. Additionally, in-person visits provide a structured setting, potentially reducing distractions and enhancing focus during your sessions. Ultimately, both telehealth and in-person options have their merits, but the traditional in-person approach offers unique benefits that may prove invaluable in optimizing your mental health journey. We can work with you to determine the best mode of care based on your preferences, needs, and specific mental health concerns.