Sanjeev Singhal MD has been the
Medical Director at Frederick
Psychiatry for the past three years, and is also affiliated
with Frederick Regional Hospital.
Among his specialties are treating mental illnesses, such as depression, anxiety disorders, schizophrenia, substance abuse, and more. Previously, Dr. Singhal served as a Medical Director at Behavior Health Partners of Frederick (Now Sheppard Pratt - Frederick).
Sanjeev Singhal MD, is a passionate psychiatrist with more than twenty years of experience in the field. Having a professional interest in taking mental illness treatment beyond its current limitations is what drives Dr. Singhal. Dr. Singhal earned his medical degree from Maulana Azad Medical College. However, Dr. Singhal’s education did not stop there. He continued his education, focusing on psychiatry, at both Delhi University and Baylor College of Medicine.
Residency:- Baylor College of Medicine Houston in 1997.
Practiced in Frederick since 2004.
Med Management for PTSD
Med Management for OCD
Med Management for Eating Disorder
Evaluation for Spinal Stimulator Evaluation
Evaluation for Weight Loss Surgery
Dr. Singhal also holds a interest in meditation and yoga as alternative, holistic psychiatric treatments.
If your treatment needs are primarily for family counseling, relationship issues, court mandated treatment, custody related, or substance abuse or addiction related, we are unable to provide the counseling needed for your treatment. You should seek services elsewhere.
Frederick Psychiatry treats patients from the ages of fifteen up and is well known for its medication management and treatment programs. The clinic will always take the time to answer any question a client may have, as their health and well-being come first. Dr. Singhal encourages all medical treatments to be tailored to individuals. In this case, this means he ensures that every patient receives a customized regimen designed with their health in mind. Along with medication management, Dr. Singhal implements alternative and holistic psychiatric methods. His experience has shown that meditation and yoga positively affect a person’s physical and mental well-being.
MEDICAL MARIJUANA POLICY
WE DO NOT ENDORSE, PROMOTE OR ADVOCATE THE USE OF ‘MEDICAL’ MARIJUANA IN PSYCHIATRIC ILLNESSES. CONTINUOUS USE OF MARIJUANA AND OTHER ADDICTING SUBSTANCES OR MEDICATIONS (PRESCRIPTION OR NON-PRESCRIPTION) MAY BE GROUNDS FOR TERMINATION OF TREATMENT.