Welcome to the
OCPS Online Physician Directory
The psychiatrists listed in this online directory are members of the Orange County Psychiatric Society who elected to make information about their practices available to the public. OCPS has not verified the accuracy of that information and does not make patient referrals.
How to Use this Directory
From the list below, click on a general psychiatric problem or interest that most closely matches the reason for which you are seeking a psychiatrist, or click on the type of counseling in which you are interested.
If you don’t know what to choose, click on All Psychiatrists. You can choose to view All Psychiatrists by city or alphabetically.
Board-certified Psychiatrists: If you are interested in finding a board-certified psychiatrist, please read this.
Insurance: If you are looking for a psychiatrist whose fees will be reimbursed by your insurance, please read this.
Please note: To use the Physician Directory, you will need Adobe Acrobat Reader. If you don’t have it on your computer, you can download it here.
ATTENTION PSYCHIATRISTS: If your listing needs to be updated, please login to the Member’s Only area of the OCPS website for instructions.
All psychiatrists (by city)
LISTING OF ALL PSYCHIATRISTS
Choose this link for a list of all psychiatrists listed in the Physician Directory grouped by city and in alphabetical order, with their expressed special interests or specialties.
All psychiatrists (alphabetical)
Choose this link for a list of all psychiatrists listed in the Physician Directory in alphabetical order, with their expressed special interests or specialties.
Click on this link to view a list of psychiatrists who offer psychotherapy, including:
PSYCHOTHERAPY (ALSO KNOWN AS COUNSELING OR “TALK THERAPY”)
Individual adult psychotherapy
Marital or couples counseling
Click here for child and adolescent psychotherapy.
Child & Adolescent
GENERAL PSYCHIATRIC PROBLEMS AND AREAS OF INTEREST
Choose this link if the patient is a child or adolescent (less than 18-years-old), regardless of psychiatric problem.
These are conditions that have anxiety as one of their main symptoms. Choose this category if the problem you are experiencing is mainly characterized by anxiety. Examples of these problems are Generalized Anxiety Disorder, Panic Disorder, Agoraphobia, Social Phobia, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder, Specific Phobias (like fear of heights), and anxiety disorders caused by substances or medical conditions, among others.
These are conditions where the problem is mainly characterized by unusual eating behaviors. There is often excessive concern about self-image or body-image, and the affected individuals may employ various means to control body weight, such as purging or excessive exercise, among other methods. Examples of these problems include Anorexia Nervosa, Bulimia Nervosa, Binge-Eating disorder, and others.
Mood problems, including depression and bipolar disorder
Also known as “affective” conditions, these often have depressed mood or mood swings as one of their main symptoms. Depressed mood is when you feel sad, down, “blue,” “blah,” or “hopeless,” for example. Choose this link if the problem you are experiencing is mainly characterized by mood changes. Many people with mood problems also have anxiety problems. Examples of these problems are Major Depressive Disorder, Dysthymic Disorder, Bipolar I or II Disorder, Cyclothymia, and mood disorders caused by substances or medical conditions, among others.
Psychotic problems, including schizophrenia
Substance use problems, including abuse and dependence
These conditions are those in which alcohol or drug abuse or dependence is the central area of concern. Most commonly, these problems involve the use of alcohol, illegal drugs, or addicting prescription drugs.
These are conditions that include an impaired ability to tell what is real, and may include symptoms such as disorganized or delusional thinking, and hallucinations. Examples of these problems include schizophrenia and disorders of thinking caused by substances or medical conditions, among others.
Geriatric problems, including dementia
These conditions usually occur in elderly people, and include disorders such as Alzheimer’s dementia, delirium (usually due to a medical condition), or other conditions affecting memory and the ability to function in daily activities of life. Most of these patients are older than 65.
Choose this category for psychiatrists specializing in women’s issues, cross-cultural issues, gay/lesbian populations, abuse (domestic or sexual), special medical populations (e.g. infertility, HIV/AIDS, cancer, bariatric), other populations (e.g. religious, aviation) or other related areas.
Other areas of concern or interest
Choose this category if you are looking for psychiatrists who specialize in forensic or legal psychiatry. This category also includes psychiatrists who specialize in disability or worker’s compensation evaluations.
Choose this category for problems or areas of interest not listed above. You will be taken to the list of all psychiatrists by city, so that you may look through the list for psychiatrists specifying expertise in your specific concern or area of interest.