Our Services

Priority Psychiatry offers a wide range of mental health services.

Individual Treatment

Individual treatments are offered to all children, students, adults, and professionals who need it. The Professionals Program treats men and women in business ownership, upper management, medicine, and other high-performance fields who are experiencing difficulty managing their career and relationships because of psychiatric disorders, addictions, demands and/or stressors.
The Students Program treats all students from Pre-K to PhD who are experiencing difficulty in managing their education, their daily functioning, and their relationships because of psychiatric disorders, addictions, demands, and/or other stressors.
These programs take into consideration each individual's unique needs, creating and shaping responsive psychiatric care within the patient's time constraints.

Mental Health Treatments Offered For:

  • Depressive disorders
  • Bipolar disorders.
  • Schizophrenia and psychotic disorders
  • Anxiety or panic disorders
  • ADHD and related disorders
  • Addictive disorders, including gambling, sexual compulsivity, drug and alcohol addiction, compulsive spending or Internet addiction
  • Dual disorders (both psychiatric and addictive disorders)
  • Personality disorders
  • Autism and other pervasive disorders
  • Impulsive or disruptive behavior, anger or self-injury history
  • Impaired concentration and memory
  • Family dysfunction and stress
  • Career decisions and transitions
  • Impaired ability to skillfully and safely perform learning tasks.

  • Suboxone Treatment

    One of the treatments for opioid addiction utizlizes "medication-assited treatment." The most common medication for this treatment is Suboxone. A guide to suboxone treatment can be found here.

    Patient Requirements
    Priority Psychiatry practice is not suitable for all people needing Suboxone treatment. Potential clients must:
  • Have a referral from their current substance abuse counselor or therapist.
  • Agree to remain in substance counseling while taking Suboxone.
  • Have strong motivation and commitment to overcoming illicit opiate use.
  • Be able to follow the terms of the Suboxone treatment contract.
  • Be behaviorally stable.
  • Be in stable medical condition.
  • Be able to reliably attend office appointments.
  • Be able to reliably pay office fees at the time of service.
  • Be willing and able to work with a local pharmacy during treatment.

  • Individuals who require a more structured treatment setting, and/or require direct coverage by insurance or Mass Health, are encouraged to seek an alternate local treatment setting, such as ADCARE or UMASS hospitals. Other local physicians qualified to prescribe Suboxone are also available for you to contact.

    Who's Involved?

    Committed to delivering quality psychiatric care.

    Dr. Momen
    El Nesr


    Triple Board Certified
    32+ Years Experience

    Our Patients


    Children, students, professionals, families, etc.

    Your Side

    Caregivers & Family

    We work closely with those who are important for your treatment.