Northern Medical Center

Mental Health Experts in Middletown, NY

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Balancing Mind, Body, and Spirit for Complete Wellness

Optimizing Mental Health: A Holistic Approachmiddletown

At Northern Medical Center, we believe that mental illness has a complex interplay between brain dysfunction and maladaptive coping behaviors. Our comprehensive model addresses the mind, body, and spirit, examining factors contributing to mental dysfunctions on multiple levels:


Structural Integrity

Evaluating the physical body’s health and function.


Biochemical Balance

Focusing on the chemical processes within the body and their impact on mental health.


Energetic Equilibrium

Exploring the balance of energy and vitality.


Spiritual Health

Nurturing spiritual and emotional well-being.
Integrative Therapy

The Mind-Body-Spirit Approachmiddletown

Our center employs an integrative approach, combining various modalities and therapies to help patients enhance their functionality, reduce medication dependency, and regain their ability to live meaningful lives.

We seamlessly merge cutting-edge medical technologies such as transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) and neurofeedback (biofeedback) with time-honored healing practices like acupuncture, psychotherapy, advanced nutrient therapy, and functional medicine.

Advanced Nutrient Therapy

Targeting Biochemical Imbalancesmiddletown

Numerous common mental health conditions, including but not limited to depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, PTSD, autism, and ADHD, are associated with biochemical imbalances arising from a combination of genetic and environmental factors. Through the pinpointing and rectification of precise biochemical imbalances, our personalized Advanced Nutrient Therapy facilitates natural enhancement of cognitive functions, resulting in the alleviation of symptoms.

Jingduan Yang, M.D.

Jingduan Yang, M.D.

Dr. Yang is the president and founder of the American Institute for Clinical Acupuncture, which is dedicated to educating and training physicians and other healthcare professionals on clinical acupuncture and ancient Chinese medicine. He is also a founding board member of the nonprofit International Network of Integrative Mental Health, which is dedicated to improving public access to integrative medicine treatments.
Dr. Yang is the author of two books, “Facing East: Ancient Health and Beauty Secrets for the Modern Age” with noted designer and fashion icon Norma Kamali and “Clinical Acupuncture and Ancient Chinese Medicine,” a textbook resource for modern healthcare professionals seeking knowledge about acupuncture and ancient Chinese medicine, with Dr. Daniel Monti. He has authored numerous peer-reviewed articles in his fields of expertise and is frequently a speaker at national and international conferences and academic forums.
In 2017, Dr. Yang was appointed by the mayor of Philadelphia to The Opioid Task Force, a group that has been tasked with developing a comprehensive and coordinated plan to reduce opioid abuse, dependence and overdose in Philadelphia. Through his, and others, efforts, the FDA recently advised doctors to consider acupuncture as an alternative to opioids for pain management.
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Michael Soto, LMSW

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Michael Soto, LMSW

Mr. Soto is a caring and welcoming psychotherapist who works with his patients to address several mental health concerns, including anxiety, stress, hyperactive disorder, and relationship troubles. He also offers grief and post-traumatic stress disorder counseling.
Mr. Soto utilizes several psychotherapy techniques, such as cognitive behavioral therapy, to understand patients’ struggles and help them develop healthy coping skills. He works closely with patients to find suitable treatment plans tailored to their needs.
Your Well-being is Our Priority

Commitment to Your Optimal Mental Health

Our team of experts at Northern Medical Center consistently and successfully provides holistic, safe, and effective integrative mental health solutions, with a minimal reliance on pharmaceutical interventions. We prioritize your overall health and remain dedicated to assisting you in achieving your optimal state of mental health.
Northern Medical Center

Schedule an Appointment

At this time, all visits are by appointment only.

When calling to schedule an appointment, please have the following information ready:

  • Patient’s full name (including middle initial)
  • Date of birth
  • Current address and phone number
  • Current insurance information
  • Purpose of the appointment

It is important to let the Patient Service Representative know all the concerns you would like addressed during your appointment so we can schedule the appropriate amount of time to care for your needs.

Please call the front desk at (845) 800-5118 to reschedule the appointment.

If your schedule changes, please call us to cancel the appointment at least 24 hours prior to your appointment time. This will allow us to give another patient the opportunity to be seen.

If you miss an appointment, you will be marked as a no show and we reserve the right to charge a $25.00 no show fee.

Yes, you can make an appointment later the same day.
Yes, we accept Medicare , Aetna, Cigna, United Healthcare, MVP, Empire Blue Cross Blue Shield, Affinity and others. For more information, please call 845-800-5118.