Redeemed Mental Health is a mental health practice based in Newport Beach, California, dedicated to providing compassionate and effective mental health services. Our commitment is to help individuals navigate through life’s challenges and transform their journey into one of healing, growth, and self-discovery.
Our philosophy at Redeemed Mental Health is rooted in the belief that everyone deserves to live a life of peace, fulfillment, and happiness. We understand that mental health issues are not a sign of weakness, but a testament to the trials and tribulations one has endured. We see resilience in each individual and strive to nurture it, fostering a sense of empowerment and self-efficacy.
Our approach to therapy is both personalized and evidence-based. We understand that each individual’s journey is unique, and we tailor our services to meet your specific needs. We use a variety of therapeutic techniques, including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Solution-Focused Brief Therapy, Dialectical Behavioral Therapy, Person-Centered therapy, and Rational Emotive Behavioral Therapy, to provide comprehensive care.
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At Redeemed Mental Health, we are committed to providing a safe, nurturing environment where individuals can explore their feelings, confront their fears, and embark on a journey of self-discovery. We are here to support you every step of the way.
Dr. Andrea M. Wagner, Psy.D., is the backbone of Redeemed Mental Health. With a wealth of experience across various settings, Dr. Wagner brings a unique perspective to mental health treatment. She is passionate about making complex therapeutic issues easily understandable and provides a roadmap to mental well-being that is tailored to each individual’s unique journey.
Dr. Wagner strives to provide an easily understandable approach to difficult and complex therapeutic issues. She will translate complicated concepts related to mental health concerns into basic and simplistic strategies aimed to achieve the results you desire based on your individual needs.
She currently practices at Department of State Hospitals (California in-patient forensic psychiatric hospital) as an active member on multiple committees. She earned a Doctorate of Psychology in Clinical Forensic Psychology from The Chicago School of Professional Psychology. She has experience in various settings including the United States Army, UCI Medical Center (Partial Hospitalization Program; Adolescent), Juvenile Recovery Court (Substance and Behavioral Treatment), and the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation. She specializes in a broad range of psychiatric arenas in evaluations and treatment of multiple major mental illnesses.
Dr. Wagner specializes in treating adults struggling with the more severe ramifications their major mental health issue causes in their daily lives. She has extensive experience in psychological assessment to include personality, intelligence, developmental, and assessment of learning disabilities. She has the ability to treat an array of mental health issues ranging from Schizophrenia to codependency and coaching through life difficulties. She has specialty with psychotic disorders, personality disorders, and mood disorders.
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There are many mental health treatments available in the US, including therapy, medication, and support groups. Some common therapeutic approaches include cognitive-behavioral therapy, dialectical behavior therapy, and psychodynamic therapy.
The best way to determine which treatment is right for you is to work with a mental health professional. They can assess your needs and help you develop a personalized treatment plan.
The length of mental health treatment varies depending on the individual and their specific needs. Some people may see improvement after just a few sessions, while others may benefit from ongoing treatment.
Yes, many insurance plans cover mental health treatment. However, the extent of coverage may vary depending on the plan.
Yes, many mental health professionals offer remote therapy sessions via phone or video conferencing. This can be helpful for individuals who are unable to attend in-person appointments.