About Our Office

Comprehensive Psychiatric Care 

Under the leadership of Dr. Mahmoud Okasha, MD, CPC has served the Eastern Connecticut Community for over 30 years.  Please feel free to contact us with any questions regarding services.

Comprehensive Psychiatric Care is an outpatient mental health facility that has served the Eastern Connecticut community for over 30 years.  Our goal is to provide our clients with the best mental health care in the least restrictive environment.   

Led by Board Certified psychiatrist Dr. Mahmoud Okasha, M.D., CPC is a team of multi-dicinplinary mental health practitioners who work together to best serve the needs of our patients.  Our staff are experienced, licensed, mental health clinicians who adhere to the highest ethical and professional standards.  CPC clinicians are trained in a wide variety of therapeutic orientations including: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Solution Focused Therapy, Psychodynamic (insight orientated) therapy, & Child Centered Play therapy.  

What We Do:

We provide a full range of therapeutic, psychopharmalogical, clinical research, and counseling services to an outpatient population.  We are able to serve children, aged 4-18, as well as adults and seniors at our facility. Our therapists also work with families and couples, and we can conduct clinical assessments which provide diagnostic clarification for treatment or referral purposes.  Additionally, we are the first outpatient site in Connecticut to offer TMS Neurostar services, a non-invasive treatment for individuals with Major Depressive Disorder who did not respond to anti-depressant medications.  

Treatment is tailored to each patients' individual needs.  We do not believe in a "one size fits all" approach to mental health.  Each patient comes in with their own story.  As a group, we aim to understand each patient as an individual, and to work collaboratively to establish treatment goals. 

The general approach to treatment follow the "bio-psycho-social" model.  This means that we believe that psychiatric issues result from a combination of biological (hereditary, genetic), psychological (loss, trauma), and social (environmental, life challenges) issues.  We tailor our treatment to address these three areas, and encourage our patients to consider how these factors have contributed to their psychological issues.