A Message From Dr. Tosk,
At the Center for Perceptual Medicine we specialize in treating various mental health conditions including depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, ADHD, OCD, PTSD, addiction, sleep disorders and dementia. We employ a broad range of treatment modalities that are tailored to your individual needs and unique circumstances. Our services range from psychotherapy with medication management, to telepsychiatry for busy professionals and those who might have difficulty getting to the office, to ketamine therapy and guided meditation.
Perceptual Medicine is a term I coined that describes an approach to mental health that utilizes a combination of medications and psychotherapy to facilitate internal transformation with the goal of achieving a healthier viewpoint. While medications can be useful in this process, interventions that promote more profound shifts in awareness can result in more lasting change. Examples of these interventions include psychotherapy, meditation, and the exploration of non-ordinary states of consciousness with the use of ketamine-assisted psychotherapy. Ultimately, we believe that the goal of treatment is to help you reach a point where you no longer need our services.
Jarrett Tosk, M.D.
In addition to his work in private practice, he is the Medical Director of Psychiatric Consultation Services at RWJ Barnabas Health, including RWJ Hamilton Hospital and Community Medical Center. He has extensive experience in the treatment of mood disorders, anxiety disorders, PTSD, OCD, addiction, geriatrics, ADHD, telepsychiatry and forensic psychiatry. Dr. Tosk developed addiction protocols for the largest hospital system in New Jersey and he has given numerous grand-rounds lectures to physicians and other clinicians on the subjects of addiction and general psychiatric practice. In his forensic practice, he regularly provides expert testimony for civil cases throughout the state of New Jersey.
He received his undergraduate education at Indiana State University, and Indiana University before attending medical school at American University of the Caribbean. He began his residency in Internal Medicine at Monmouth Medical Center, in New Jersey, before completing his training in psychiatry at New York Medical College, where he served as Chief Resident.