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Our Providers

Gordon H. Robinson, MD

I want all of my patients to leave their session feeling heard. Listening takes time and I take as much time as possible with my patients to find the process that will work for them and ensure they understand the steps we will be taking toward bettering their mental health. 

Years in Practice: 31+ Years

School: Washington University School of Medicine

Graduated: 1986

Ann Chartrand


I believe that all patients should be respected and actively participate in treatment plans, and properly educating my patients leads to better outcomes. Optimal mental health involves all aspects of an individual and not simply medication management. Every person leaving my office will know how, why and what we are doing to try to help him/her feel better and be healthier. I enjoy working with adolescents and adults motivated to improve their mental health. My practice is informal and relaxed, designed to reduce "white coat" anxiety and stigma toward mental health treatment. I like to call it "Psychiatry with Personality."

Years in Practice:  6 Years

School: University of Southern Indiana

Graduated: 2017

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Rose Psara


Grief, trauma, and every day emotional stressors affect the body and mind differently.  I enjoy working with first responders and those with occupational stress but accept patients of all ages and mental or emotional health concerns. A treatment goal of mine is to compassionately assist individuals to move past challenging life events towards developing more effective ways to cope along with a stronger sense of self. 

Years in Practice:  4 Years

School: Maryville University

Graduated: 2019

Rebecca Palmer


I believe all clients should be treated based on their individual circumstances, as we all face different challenges and have unique needs. I am driven to help others overcome personal obstacles through establishing solid, trusting relationships, improving self-awareness, and by use of evidence-based pharmacological and non-pharmacological interventions. I believe that in order to achieve optimal mental health, clients should be included in determining goals for treatment and fully understand their treatment plan. Although my function is primarily medication management, I discuss coping strategies and provide support for all of my clients based on their individual need. ​

Years in Practice:  4 Years

School: University of Missouri St. Louis

Graduated: 2019

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