Clarity Care COVID-19 Statement

Our mission is to strengthen our community and improve the lives of our clients by delivering excellent health and human services tailored to meet their needs.

Clarity Psychiatric Care is a boutique-style practice specializing in psychopharmacology (the art of prescribing medication in the field of psychiatry). Our providers, Cristina Sertway and Dr. Amy Carnall offer convenient office hours in Cherry Hill, NJ. With over 25 years of clinical experience, Cristina and Dr. Amy are holistically trained nurse practitioners, emphasizing patient, and family-centered care.

Clarity Psychiatric Care is dedicated to bringing a profound element of comfort, empathy, and understanding of their patient’s unique circumstances and needs.

We do not currently accept insurance but will provide the paperwork to submit to your insurance provider for OON (Out of Network) Benefits. However, we would be happy to help assist with OON reimbursement. For payment, we accept HSA accounts, credit cards, check, or cash. We also offer financing through Advance Care, if needed.

Clarity Care is conveniently located at 2 Split Rock Dr. Suite 11, Cherry Hill, New Jersey, 08033

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We are so humbled to make a difference in our patients’ lives…

I can’t say enough about Cristina and Dr. Amy. Scheduling my appointment was very easy and I immediately felt comfortable in their care! They saved my life and I finally am having relief after years of suffering. Thank you for saving my life!!

The word psyche comes from the ancient Greek for soul or butterfly.

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    Mental Health “Everyone feels worried or anxious or down from time to time. But relatively few people develop a mental illness. What’s the difference? Mental illness is a mental health condition that gets in the way of thinking, relating to others, and day-to-day functions. Dozens of mental illnesses have been …
  • Mood disorders and complementary and alternative medicine: a literature review
    “Abstract: Approximately 30%–40% of patients with major depression have only a partial response to available pharmacological and psychotherapeutic interventions. Complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) has been used either alone or in combination with conventional therapies in patients with mood disorders. This review of the literature examines evidence-based data on the …

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