Services & Specialties

Whole Body Psychiatry’s services focus on treating patients with anxiety, depression, bipolar disorder, and identity issues, as well as providing assertiveness training and guidance for women working to advance in their careers.

Our Specialties

Dr. Brandon’s sub-specializations include medically ill patients (i.e. Crohn’s and Colitis, IBS, oncology, transplant, and neurological issues including headache). She is trained in reproductive psychiatry and consults with and treats women in all stages of their reproductive cycle.


Consultation-Liaison psychiatry

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Chronic Illness

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Medication Management Services

Patients have tried various medications and yet they have found little to no relief from their symptoms. This often leads to frustration surrounding taking medication in general, and can bring about a lot of stress. It can also be very tough to get off medications and patients no longer want to try.

Psychotherapy Services

Psychotherapy is a great way to take the first step in feeling better. Psychotherapy can help to reduce or eliminate unwanted mental health symptoms and learn to manage the symptoms that remain. Psychotherapy can help you to regain a feeling of control in your life, increase your functioning, well-being, and ultimately, heal.

Keynote Speaker Engagements

Dr. Brandon is a sought after key note speaker on mind-body connection and mental wellness. She is often working with boutique financial firms and working on assertiveness and work-life balance for professionals in high paced fields.

Frequently Asked Questions

Do you take insurance?

No, Dr. Brandon is fee for service, meaning no types of insurance are accepted as direct payment. Payment is due at the time of service. As a patient of Whole Body Psychiatry, you will have access to utilize for free to help submit your claims to your insurance for out of network reimbursement directly to you. Please note, Dr. Brandon is opted out of Medicare and Medicaid, meaning you cannot submit to these types of insurances for any kind of reimbursement.

How long is the session?

Initial intake sessions are scheduled for 90 minutes and follow up sessions are typically 45 minutes long.


Where does Dr. Brandon see patients?

Dr. Brandon is currently seeing patients in person and online. To see Dr. Brandon for any type of services, your primary residence must be located within a state in which she is licensed: New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, Florida, or Massachusetts.


What is your cancellation policy?

At Whole Body Psychiatry, there is no such thing as double booking. Your appointment is specifically held for you only. In order to allow for all patients to be seen in a timely manner, there is a strict 3 business day cancellation policy. Late cancellations, missed appointments, and late reschedules are charged for the full fee of the session time.

What is a consultation with Dr. Brandon?

There are a few types of consultations with Dr. Brandon.

Considering Initiation of Treatment

If your goal is to see Dr. Brandon as a patient on an ongoing basis, you must first have a full intake session. During this 90 minute session, you’ll meet in person or virtually for a full intake session to review your medical and psychiatric history and discuss diagnosis and treatment options. This session may or may not end with being prescribed medication. Having an intake session does not guarantee that you will become a patient of Dr. Brandon’s as some patients require a higher level of care after being fully evaluated. Dr. Brandon will review your treatment plan with you during this session to let you know if you will be able to continue in the practice.

Second Opinion Consultation

This is a one time consultation session either in person or virtual with Dr. Brandon to discuss in-depth your medical and psychiatric history. Outside hours of Dr. Brandon’s time may be dedicated to reviewing your prior medical records which will be billed at her usual fee. You will discuss diagnosis and possible treatment options for you to discuss with your outside provider. Following this consultation a full written treatment plan will be provided to you and your treating physician. No medications are prescribed and there is no continuation of care. At the end of this appointment, Dr. Brandon is not your treatment provider.