We use a variety of genetic panels in an attempt to offer our patients the test that best fits their profile, but also their financial needs.


We have been among the pioneers in the integration of novel clinical assessment tools in our practice, having started this journey over four years ago, inspired by the clinical work and results of Mayo Clinic. We work closely with professionals in the fields of genetics and pharmacology to deepen our understanding of applicability of these tests to the real life dilemmas we and our patients face every day.


Our practice offers nutrigenomic testing, looking at the connections between our nutritional health and genetic profiles. Results can indicate beneficial exercise patterns, appropriate diet patterns and can detect genetic predispositions to nutrient deficiencies to be addressed in session. Our registered dietitian meets one-on-one for personal interpretation of results and continued nutrition counseling. Click the Pathway Genomics logo to learn more.


The Mindful DNA test identifies genetic predispositions to help our patients focus on the wellness activities that may have the greatest impact on improving overall health.

Through Genomind we are excited to offer two panels of genetic testing called the Genecept Assay and the NEW Mindful DNA test. The Genecept Assay is a comprehensive saliva-based tool that allows our clinicians to see genetic markers specific to each individual patient. These markers are informative to how patients respond to different psychiatric treatments. Mindful DNA is Genomind's newest holistic test, analyzing DNA markers that could help clinicians guide lifestyle, diet, and nutritional supplement decisions in order to improve overall wellness and emotional health. Click the Genomind logo to learn more about these tests.

Genomind is a personalized medicine company, comprised of innovative researchers and expert leaders in psychiatry and neurology. At our core is a belief in the combined power of a caring clinician and scientific research. We work hard every day to bring science to psychiatry and to create new innovations that will help clinicians improve their patients’ lives.