About Us

OFFICE HOURS: (with appointments daily)

Monday – Thursday:

8:00am to 5:00pm, 


8:00am to 12:00pm

“At the Holiner Psychiatric Group, our goal is to provide quality, comprehensive psychiatric services to children, adolescents and adults.”

How do patients find us? Some choose to research and contact physicians on their own, but most patients come to us through referrals. We have longstanding relationships with other healthcare professionals in the community who guide patients to the resources and physicians who can best meet their needs.

Because the Holiner Psychiatric Group regularly educates other healthcare professionals on new treatment strategies and medications in the psychiatric field, most of our referrals come from those who are very familiar with our expertise and services.

As a highly respected authority in the psychiatric community for nearly three decades, Dr. Joel Holiner has been able to recruit an exceptionally talented team of professionals. And, while it’s true we have grown into a large practice, we have kept the personal touch that is so important to our patients. Our entire team—physicians, psychologists, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, and office staff —takes pride in planning and providing treatment in an efficient, cohesive and caring way.

We invite you to meet our staff, and decide for yourself if we are the right choice for your needs.

If you have any questions that are not answered on our FAQ page, please contact us, and someone will call or email you at the first available opportunity.


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