What We Offer

Psychiatric & Behavioral Solutions provides an array of quality mental health and substance abuse/addiction services to individuals, couples, and families. Our treatment team provides evidence-based treatment in order to identify behavioral health interventions for specific problems.

Anxiety Disorders

Stress Management

Gambling Addition

Grief Counseling

Behavioral Disorders

Mood Disorders/Depression

Posttraumatic Stress Disorders

Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity

Relationships (Divorce, Parenting, etc.)

Substance Abuse Disorders

Many places exist solely for monetary gain. This is far from one of them. I’ve been privileged to know them well over the course of a couple years now and would not hesitate to recommend them.” – Michael Longshawa

Psychopharmacology Research

At PB-Solutions, people come first. Part of this commitment involves conducting medical research with the goal of helping patients live happier, healthier lives.

If you are interested in participating in a study and would like more information, please contact either Christina Ward or Kayelee Auer. You can reach us at the office at 801-467-1200 or email us at Christinaw@pb-solutions.net.   

We want you to feel comfortable before volunteering for one of our studies.  If you have questions, please feel free to ask a member of our team. You should also consider factors such as alternative treatments, risks and benefits, cost, and more.

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Every trial has its own unique risks and benefits.  For example, you may be one of the first people to benefit from a new treatment and could help many people for years to come.  But there is also the possibility of side effects.  Be sure to consider all of these possibilities.

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Since all of our patients are volunteers, you can absolutely leave the trial at any point.  However, we recommend talking to your doctor to learn about the potential health effects.

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Our staff members have created and conducted clinical trials of new medications for over 30 years. They are internationally known and publish regularly in the psychiatric journals. This permits them a deeper understanding of the new medications as they become available.

Without willing volunteers, our research for mental health is not possible.  We encourage you to learn more about our studies and decide if volunteering for one of our clinical studies is right for you.

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