About Our Program
The Neuropsychiatry Program offers a comprehensive approach to the evaluation and treatment of patients 18 and older with developmental disabilities, traumatic brain injuries, age-associated cognitive impairments, and related mental health problems. It is comprised of four subdivisions: The General Neuropsychiatry and Behavioral Neurology Clinic, The Concussion Clinic, The Memory Clinic, and The Developmental Neuropsychiatry Track.
Our program, founded in 1997 by Vassilis Koliatsos, M.D., provides specialized care in an outpatient setting to assess and treat patients with psychiatric and cognitive symptoms related to the following conditions:
- Autism and other neurodevelopmental conditions
- Traumatic and other acquired brain injuries
- Neurodegenerative and vascular dementias including Alzheimer’s disease, atherosclerosis, frontotemporal degeneration, Parkinson’s disease, and related conditions
- Demyelinating diseases
- Complex mood and psychotic disorders
Our team uses a neuropsychosocial approach in working with patients, families, and caregivers to ensure that patients are given every opportunity to heal and recover. Our lead clinicians are subspecialty-trained in both behavioral neurology/neuropsychiatry and psychiatry, and they treat a wide variety of patients with disorders of the nervous system (brain injury or disease) who also have psychiatric problems.
Referrals: 410-938-48246501 N. Charles Street
Gibson Building, Suite 100
Baltimore, Maryland 21204