Dr. Roth is a board certified adult and child psychiatrist in practice with a team of expert psychiatrist, psychologist, social work, psychiatric nurse practitioner and psychiatric physician assistant specialists. Our practice treats adults, teenagers, children, and families.
Dr. Roth’s Background
He is medical director at Commerce Psychiatric Services in Walled Lake. Dr. Roth is also an adult psychoanalyst, a graduate of the Michigan Psychoanalytic Institute. He specializes in adult psychoanalysis as well as adult, adolescent, child and family insight and psychoanalytic psychotherapy in addition to medical psychiatry. He is a clinical assistant professor of psychiatry at Michigan State University College of Osteopathic Medicine. Dr. Roth is also a consultant to the U.S. Army TACOM and a Qualified Medical Evaluator in psychiatry for the Department of Workers Compensation in the State of California. Dr. Roth was director of consultation psychiatry at Huron Valley Sinai Hospital in Commerce Township from 1995-2017. These highly specialized qualifications give Dr. Roth the expertise to truly benefit his patients in ways that most other mental health specialists do not. It is unfortunate that too many psychiatrists limit themselves to only prescribing medications and neglecting the whole person.
Our practice helps people change in deep ways to promote growth by reducing unresolved conflicts which can create blocks in personal development.
Psychoanalysis and psychoanalytic psychotherapy promotes:
- Insight and understanding
- Removal of self imposed blocks
- Allowing a new openness & light
- Allowing healing into ones life
The development of self-awareness/insight is a step in achieving that progress. As a psychoanalyst, Dr. Roth is very committed to helping you work in the most meaningful way toward reaching your full potential. Problems don’t necessarily have to be severe to justify making the first call and beginning this journey.
Peace of Mind
You probably have heard the term “worried well” and may even apply that to yourself at times when you are at a loss to describe a general malaise you are feeling. Many people, for example, may be highly functioning at work and home, but troubled inside. While the term “worried well” has sometimes been used pejoratively, being worried, having long-standing internal conflicts, or even just curious about yourself and how your mind works, are valid reasons for speaking with a psychoanalytic professional. People who have concerns that interfere with the way they want to live their lives benefit from therapy. Psychoanalytic treatment helps people address mental disorders and internal conflicts, and increase self-understanding and freedom.
Why Choose Us?
If you are looking for an honest and trusted team of specialists to provide you with the highest level of expertise and care, you found the right place. If you are facing a challenging situation, or you are just ready to move in a new direction in your life, we look forward to working with you to achieve your goals.
When you call our office you will speak with Dr. Roth. He will help you find the right therapist for you, either in our office or in the community.