• Location:
    746 Route 34, Suite 10 Matawan, New Jersey 07747
  • Phone Number: 732-696-2146
  • Email Address: info@noblecarehealth.com

We provide personalized treatment for various mental and behavioral health issues.

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Our team at NobleCare Healthcare Services has extensive knowledge in developing interventions and strategies to help individuals manage their mental health concerns. They are up-to-date on the latest approaches to treatment to ensure that they can create an effective care plan that would best suit each patient. The conditions that we treat include the following:

Depressive Disorders

Depressive disorders occur when a persistent low mood interferes with a person’s ability to function normally. Symptoms can include feeling sad, withdrawing from social circles, feeling irritable or restless, disrupted sleep patterns, disrupted appetite, unexplained physical aches and pains, impaired cognitive function, feeling worthless, and considering self-harm. There are many different causes. Depressive disorders are highly treatable with medication and therapy.

Anxiety Disorders

Anxiety disorders typically present as intense stress, fear, worry, or panic. It can also cause physical symptoms such as sweating, shortness of breath, trouble sleeping, headaches, or digestive issues. There are lots of potential causes but it can be effectively managed with medication and therapy.

Bipolar Disorder

Bipolar disorder causes intense shifts in mood and energy levels. In severe cases, it can present with hallucinations or delusions. Bipolar disorder can severely impact a person’s ability to lead a normal life, work effectively, maintain relationships, and look after their physical health. It’s more common in women than men and can be effectively managed with medication and therapy.

Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)

ADHD is a medical condition characterized by an inability to concentrate, sit still, and control impulses. It’s a very common childhood neurodevelopmental disorder that affect learning, work, relationships, and other parts of life. ADHD can be managed with medication and therapy.

Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)

PTSD occurs in people who have experienced a traumatic event. That includes events such as war, sexual assault, natural disasters, terrorist acts, serious accidents, and witnessing something terrible. However, that is not a complete list. PTSD can affect anyone at any stage of their life. Symptoms may include flashbacks, nightmares, sadness, fear, anger, detachment, aversion, irritability, mood swings, and strong emotional reactions. It can be treated effectively with professional assistance.

Eating Disorders

Eating disorders are complex psychiatric illnesses that have a significant impact on a patient’s physical health. There are several different types, including anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, and binge eating disorder. Typically, people living with these conditions become obsessed with food. Eating disorders can be life-threatening, so early diagnosis and intervention is important. It’s possible to make a full recovery with professional assistance. Our experienced team can help.

Substance Use Disorders

Substance use disorders occur when a person is unable to control their intake of a drug or medication. These substances can be either legal or illegal. Uncontrolled use can cause harmful consequences to their mental and physical health, relationships, financial well-being, and more. The exact symptoms can vary from substance to substance, but it’s very common that they can alter behavior and affect brain function. Substance use disorders can be treated with professional help

Obsessive Compulsive Disorders (OCD)

OCD is typically characterized by obsessive thoughts and repetitive behaviors. These behaviors are usually associated with anxiety. It’s most common in teens and young adults, but it can develop in anyone. It’s common that patients identify the fact that they are having irrational and unwanted thoughts and that the behaviors are interfering with their daily activities, however, that doesn’t mean they can break the cycle. OCD can be effectively treated with professional guidance.

Peri- and Postpartum Psychiatric Health

Pregnancy and birth are significant life events that come with significant physical and mental changes. Sometimes this can trigger psychiatric symptoms, such as anxiety, depression, withdrawal, disassociation, obsessive-compulsive behaviors, psychosis and more. When new mothers experience significant changes in mood or behavior, it’s important to seek medical help without delay.

LGBT Psychiatric Health

Mental illness, including the risk of self-harm and suicidal ideation, is much more common in LGBT people than heterosexual people. There are many factors that contribute to this, such as abuse and discrimination as well as psychological, biological, and social issues. We’re here to provide mental health support to help people in the Massachusetts LGBT community live happy and fulfilling lives.

Dual Diagnoses

A dual diagnosis occurs when a person has a mental illness and a substance use disorder. Some common examples are depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, and schizophrenia. Typically, the two issues will interact and worsen over time. Treating dual diagnoses can be complicated, but they can be effectively managed with medication and therapy, particularly in the form of support groups.


NobleCare Psychiatry provides comprehensive mental health services for adults that have been suffering with schizophrenia or schizoaffective disorder symptoms.
What is Schizophrenia?

Schizophrenia is a chronic mental disorder that affects how a person thinks, feels, and behaves. It impacts an individual’s perceptions, emotions, and behavior throughout their life. It causes patients to perceive the world abnormally. This disorder can be dangerous, both for the patient and those around them.

The causes and symptoms can vary among individuals. Schizophrenia affects about one percent of the population, appearing equally in both men and women, though symptoms tend to begin earlier in men. The disorder is present in all ethnic groups. Rarely have children under the age of 16 been diagnosed with schizophrenia.

What causes schizophrenia?

The exact cause of schizophrenia isn’t clear, but it may be a combination of genetics, environmental factors, and brain chemistry. Studies have shown that patients with schizophrenia have central nervous system and brain structure differences that may contribute to their disorder. Imbalances in certain brain chemicals, including glutamate and dopamine, may also play a role in the development of schizophrenia.

What are the symptoms of schizophrenia?

Some of the most common symptoms of schizophrenia include:

    The symptoms may vary based on the age of the patient, the severity of the disorder, and other factors.

    What treatments are available to treat schizophrenia?

    Most people with schizophrenia will need at least one medication to control their symptoms, and many patients will need multiple prescriptions. The psychiatric provider at Wholesome Psychiatry will work closely with the patient to find a combination of medications that works effectively.

    In addition to taking medication, patients with schizophrenia may also benefit from individual therapy, social skills training, and vocational training. Patients experiencing severe symptoms because of schizophrenia may need to be hospitalized, either temporarily or permanently. Family members and caretakers of patients with this disorder should be vigilant and report any significant behavioral changes or symptoms they notice so that the patient can get the treatment they need.

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