Stephanie Streb, DNP, MHS, PMHNP-BC, provides psychiatric mental health treating children, adolescents, and adults. Dr. Streb's expertise includes medication responsive psychiatric disorders (e.g. ADHD, anxiety disorders, depression, autism spectrum disorders, bipolar disorder, OCD). She is well known and well liked for her ability to quickly and sincerely connect with, educate, and treat both children and parents, by providing medication and behavior management approaches which make a difference for child and the entire family.
Dr. Streb believes in taking the time with her patients to focus on their strengths and competencies. While a Peace Corps Volunteer in West Africa, Dr. Streb embraced the saying, “going slowly does not prevent you from arriving.” As a mental health provider, Dr. Streb is able weave her diverse experiences with her own experience of being a parent of two young children into her practice- to think broadly, integrate academic knowledge, and empathize with a wide range of individual experiences, including a parent’s perspective.
With CPE Clinic, LLC, Dr. Streb will be focusing on therapeutic issues associated with children, adolescents, and the family unit. We all worry about our kids. Sometimes our worries are about whether they are developing in a healthy way. Or about whether they are happy—we don’t like to see them sad or suffering. And sometimes we worry because a child’s behavior is causing problems for him—or for the whole family. Dr. Streb understands these concerns from her experience as a mental health practitioner and from being a parent. Dr. Streb recognizes the challenges of parenthood and appreciates the additional complexity of managing mental wellness and emotional health for the child, parents, the family, and the school system. She is committed to making a difference.
Dr. Streb’s practice is informed by over a decade of experience in public health programming, education, research, and management. Psychiatric care allows her to get out from behind the desk to use her strengths and skills one-on-one with patients. Dr. Streb’s studies have focused on the integration of public health research, medication management, and clinical counseling methods to collaborate with patients to meet their mental health goals.
Prior to earning her doctorate degree, Dr. Streb earned a Master’s degree in public health, worked as hospital-based RN in neurology, and also served as adjunct faculty at local universities in the departments of Community/Public Health Nursing. In 2006, she was the recipient of a Fulbright grant and worked on health-related stigma issues in West Africa. Through these diverse experiences, she always maintained a focus on human behavior and mental health issues. Doing more for the individuals she met in her career led her to pursue a doctorate in nursing practice.
What are the fees for Dr. Streb?
The CPT codes reflect the extent of service, but billing for appointments is always based on time. Appointments are set up as 30 minutes (up to30 minutes face to face), 45 minutes (up to 40 minutes face-to-face) or 1 hour (up to 50 minute face-to-face). The length of the appointment is established before the appointment, but if a session runs over time, the fee will be pro-rated. Thirty minute appointments are $150, forty-five minute appointments are $175 and one-hour appointments are $250. The initial assessment with Dr. Streb is a flat fee of $400 for a comprehensive single visit that is up to 1½ hours in duration (rather than two separate 45 minute sessions preferred by many other practices). The receipt for the initial evaluation includes a CPT code 90792 (up to 75 minutes evaluation by a clinician) and a second CPT code as applicable, usually a 90785. Follow up medication management appointments typically have a code of 99215. (HOW
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