Psychologists and Psychiatrists

Hilliard Pediatrics, Inc. - Dr. Tim Teller, MD


Below is a list of psychologists and psychiatrists that our patients have seen for a variety of issues. As with seeing any specialist, your insurance may have a specific list of providers or encourage you to access a psychologist or psychiatrist through a referral source specific to your insurance. It is your responsibility to check with your insurance (and/or their current provider directory) regarding any specific referral requirements. However, once you supply us with specific information about an appointment with a provider, we will send into the insurance any specific referral information that they require. In addition, you should know that insurance coverage of appointments with psychologists and psychiatrists varies widely between different insurance plans. Therefore, it is possible that these appointments will not be covered by your insurance (and will be an out-of-pocket expense).

There are some important differences between a psychologist and psychiatrist. A psychologist has a Ph.D.; does counseling, testing, and assessments; and cannot prescribe medication. A psychiatrist has a M.D. or D.O.; does counseling, treatments, and therapy; and can prescribe medication for a variety of issues: Attention Deficit Disorder, Depression, Anxiety, Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder, and many others. We will discuss with you whether your child would most likely benefit from seeing a psychologist or psychiatrist.

Psychologists and Counseling

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Eating Disorders


  • Nationwide Children’s Hospital Psychiatry Department
  • PsychBC - Dr. Shoenfelt
  • Dale Richards, D.O.
    • 500 W. Wilson Bridge St., Suite 240. Worthington, Ohio. (ph) 614-841-9763
  • David Scandinaro, M.D.
    • 500 W. Wilson Bridge St., Suite 240. Worthington, Ohio. (ph) 614-885-3707
  • Yaser Ramadran, M.D.
    • 5190 Blazer Parkway. Dublin, Ohio. (ph) 614-799-2211
  • Matthew Lowe, D.O. Providers for Healthy Living
    • 3931 Trueman Blvd. Hilliard, Ohio. 43017. (ph) 614-664-3595
  • Michael Schottenstein, M.D.
    • 2700 East Main Street, Bexley, Ohio. (ph) 614-470-5582
  • Douglas Beech, M.D.
    • 2740 East Main Street. Bexley, Ohio. (ph) 614-338-1390
  • Mary Dobyns, M.D.
    • 2200 West Broad St. Columbus, Ohio. (ph) 614-752-0333
  • Robert Simms, M.D.
    • 5900 Sawmill Road, Suite 210. Dublin, Ohio. (ph) 1-888-629-7988 or 614-790-0604.
  • Concord Counseling
    • 700 Brooksedge Blvd. Westerville, Ohio. (ph) 614-882-9338
  • Central Ohio Behavioral Medicine
    • 5025 Arlington Centre Blvd. Columbus, Ohio. (ph) 614-885-3707
  • Adam Brandemihi, M.D.
    • 5060 Parkcenter Ave., Suite F 2nd Floor. Dublin, Ohio. (ph) 614-766-5205 
  • Optima Behavioral Health
    • 81 Outerbelt Street. Columbus, Ohio. 43123. (ph) 614-759-5075
  • The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center Child & Adolescent Psychiatry Services
  • UMCH Family Services
    • Multiple locations in Central Ohio; contact: Kelly Lament at 614-885-5020
  • Basheet Lotfi-Fard, M.D.

Mental Health and/or Drug and Alcohol Crisis Program

  • Children and adolescents in crisis are usually evaluated and possibly admitted through the Emergency Department at Nationwide Children’s Hospital at 700 Children’s Drive, Columbus, Ohio or at
  • Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center at 410 W. 10th Street, Columbus, Ohio. Netcare Access at 199 S. Central Avenue, Columbus, Ohio. (ph) 614-276-2273 or 888-276-2273. A joint collaboration between the Ohio State University, Nationwide Children’s Hospital, and ADAMH of Franklin County.