Dr. Wright (pronouns he/him/his)is a graduate of the University of Illinois College of medicine and has been practicing medicine for almost 35 years. He completed his internship in Internal Medicine at Michael Reese Hospital and Medical Center in Chicago and then transferred to do his residency in General Psychiatry at the University of Illinois. He then completed a two year fellowship in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry at the Institute of Juvenile Research in Chicago. He worked at Northwestern Memorial Hospital in Chicago to help start an outpatient psychiatric clinic for teens for several years. He then moved back to his Alma Mater at the University of Illinois to focus on medical education. He was the Training Director for the Child and Adolescent Psychiatry fellowship, as well as responsible for the medical students' experience in psychiatry. After more than a decade there, he and his husband moved to Madison wisconsin. He then started working as the Medical Director of the adolescent residential unit at Rosecrance Health Network. While there, he worked with more than 700 teens yearly in their residential substance use and mental health programs.
We believe in a holistic approach to mental health treatment, addressing not just your symptoms but also the underlying causes. Our team will work with you to develop a personalized treatment plan that meets your unique needs and goals.
We offer a range of services to help you manage your mental health including:
Q: What kind of Illnesses are treated?
A: Dr Wright has practiced Child and Adolescent Psychiatry over 30 years. He treats things such as ADHD, Mood Disorders, Anxiety Disorders, Adjustment issues other behavioral health problems
Q: What kind of treatment does Dr. Wright specialize?
A: Dr. Wright is experienced and trained in most psychiatric disorders and approaches his work from the viewpoint of a physician. He can prescribe medications, as well as other physical treatments such as TMS and other neuromodulation devices. He looks at his work from a systems approach. His treatment is comprehensive, often involving psychotherapy, medication, and system intervention.
Q: Does Dr. Wright take insurance
A: Dr Wright's practice is only cash pay. His rates varies based on time and complexity. His office will provide a bill, which will include service codes that can be used by the patient to pursue reimbursement from their insurance companies (with the exception of Medicaid and Medicare)
Q: What happens in the first meeting?
A: Dr Wright realizes that pursuing help for mental health issues is a personal endeavor. A good fit between a Dr. and patient is important. The first session is designed to get to know each other, evaluate some of the issues, discuss beginning treatment plans, review financial and time commitments and decide next steps.
Hear from some of our past patients about their experiences with Tom Wright Family Psychiatry Psychiatry. We are proud to have helped so many people on their journey to better mental health.
Ready to schedule an appointment or have questions about our practice? Just call our intake desk at 414-286-7159 to set up your first appointmnent
2524 E Webster PL #203
Milwaukee, WI 53211