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The show taped and premiering at 8:30 p.m. on November 7, 2022 features a new mental health service provider, Harmony – Charleston, A member of the Transformations Care Network.
Guests on the Show
We interviewed Dana Petroff, Clinical Director of Harmony – Charleton, along with Jeremy Walker, FNP, Maggie Wheeler, FNP, and Erica Gunnoe, FNP.
They are all part of the Harmony – Charleston clinical team.
Dana discussed the purpose and mission of Harmony.
Harmony is a mental health service provider dedicated to the treatment of mental health issues and restoration of balance and mental well-being. They are a group of board certified psychiatrists and licensed therapists providing general psychiatry services to adults, adolescents and children in communities throughout West Virginia. They offer medication management and therapy for a wide variety of conditions including depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, ADHD, substance abuse, body image, and more. Call them at 304-460-5123 x3400 to learn more and set an appointment with one of their team members
They are located at 1 Kenton Drive Suite 200 Charleston, WV in the North Gate Business Park.
Jeremy talked about his journey to Harmony. Orginally from Roane County, WV he has a long history of working with patients dealing with mental health problems.
Erica, origally from Winfield, WV has been with Harmony – Charleston since they open in the spring of 2022. She sees all ages, but specializes in treating adults.
Harmony – Charleston accepts most insurances and also accepts Medicaid patients.
Call 304-460-5123 x3400 to set up an appointment.
They are open M-F from 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Maggie is a Charleston, WV native. She too can treat all patients, but sees mostly adults.
The anchor on the Harmony clinical team is Dr. VIctor Nease, a child psychiatrist with many years of experience.
Mental Health in West Virginia
Mental health disorders is a treatable. They can be managed successfully. Research shows that combining behavioral therapy with medications is the best way to ensure success for most people. Statistics show that 1 in 3 West Virginians are suffiering with a mental health issue. It does not have to be that way.
Call Harmony – Charleston, they can help. 304-460-5123 x3400.
If you would like to learn more about the Highlights TV Show, contact Host and Executive Producer Jim Strawn at 304-541-4756.