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After the first appointment we can do visits from the comfort of your own home.

What we Treat at Life Elevated Psychiatry

Mental Health 

Medication management for depression, anxiety, panic attacks, ADHD, bipolar, schizophrenia, PTSD, and substance abuse

Life Elevated Psychiatry Owner

My Approach

Brock Haskell PA-C chose to go into psychiatry because it is rewarding to improve patients’ lives. This improved quality of life has come through medication management of various mental health disorders. His desire is to serve and help his patients reach their goals.

Frequently Asked Questions

What Insurances do you accept at Life Elevated Psychiatry?

 Aetna, Altius/Coventry, Cigna, DMBA – Deseret Mutual Benefit Administrators, EMIA – Educators Mutual Insurance Association, Health Choice, HealthUtah, HealthNet Tricare, Humana/Choice Care, Utah Medicaid, Medicare Part B, Medicare Railroad, Molina Healthcare, MultiPlan – Beech Street Network, OptumCare AARP Medicare Complete, PEHP Health and Benefits, Regence Blue Cross Blue Shield of Utah, SelectHealth/Intermountain Healthcare, United Healthcare, UUHP/Healthy U, Wise, and Self Pay.

Does Life Elevated Psychiatry offer Telehealth?

Yes. After the first visit Telehealth is an option. Simply click on the Telehealth link on the website, enter your name, and you are ready for the video call wherever is convenient for you.

What do we treat at Life Elevated Psychiatry?

Medication management for depression, anxiety, panic attacks, ADHD, bipolar, schizophrenia, PTSD, and substance abuse.

What is Mental Health?

 The World Organization defines it as “A state of well being in which every individual realizes his or her own potential, can cope with the normal stresses life presents.” It affects one person out five each year but has many misconceptions about what people are experiencing mentally during these difficult moments such that they may not be able to get help right away because there’s still a stigma around talking openly on this topic when we should all feel comfortable asking for support if needed!