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About Us

Integrative and Holistic Psychiatric Care

The Korean terms for 마음 (Ma-eum) or 몸(mohm) can both be written as "Maum" in English. At our practice, we believe that the best approach to treating children's mental health issues is through a comprehensive and holistic approach that addresses the physical, emotional, and social aspects of their lives. Our team of highly trained child psychiatrists is dedicated to providing the highest quality of care for your child, utilizing a range of evidence-based treatments and therapies tailored to their unique needs.

We understand that mental health issues can be overwhelming for both children and their families, which is why we strive to create a warm and welcoming environment where you and your child can feel safe and supported. Our integrative approach to care combines traditional psychiatric treatments with complementary therapies, such as mindfulness, yoga, and nutrition, to help your child achieve optimal mental and physical well-being.

At our practice, we are committed to working closely with you and your child to develop a personalized treatment plan that meets your family's specific needs and goals. Whether your child is struggling with anxiety, depression, ADHD, or other mental health issues, we are here to provide the care and support they need to thrive. Don't wait to give your child the help they need. Contact our child psychiatrists focused on integrative care today to schedule a consultation and take the first step towards a happier, healthier future for your child.
Yesie Yoon, MD child and adolescent psychiatrist
Our Founder

Yesie Yoon, M.D.

Yesie Yoon, MD has over ten years of experience as a pediatrician, child and adolescent psychiatrist, and a general psychiatrist.  She has held various clinical, educational, and administrative leadership positions at the University of Alabama at Birmingham, Children's of Alabama, and Montefiore Medical Center since graduating from the Cincinnati Children's Hospital/University of Cincinnati's combined pediatrics/psychiatry/child and adolescent psychiatry program ("triple board program") in 2016. She is currently board certified in pediatrics, psychiatry, and child & adolescent psychiatry.


Our Practice Areas


Integrative psychiatry

At Maum Psychiatry, we are committed to providing integrative care that addresses all aspects of a child's mental health and well-being. We incorporate complementary therapies and evidence-based tests to enhance the effectiveness of our treatment approach. Our integrative care is personalized to meet each child's unique needs, and we work collaboratively with families to ensure that the child's treatment plan is tailored to their specific goals and preferences. Our goal is to provide holistic care that supports a child's emotional, social, and physical well-being, helping them to thrive in all areas of life.

Medication management

At Maum Psychiatry, we understand that medication management can be an important component of treating certain mental health conditions in children. Our team of experienced child psychiatrists is highly trained in prescribing and monitoring medications for children, and we use a collaborative approach to work with families to ensure that medication is used effectively and safely. We carefully evaluate each child's unique needs and provide ongoing monitoring and adjustments to their medication regimen as needed to ensure optimal treatment outcomes. Rest assured that your child's safety and well-being is our top priority, and we are committed to providing the highest quality medication management services to support your child's mental health journey.

Family-centered approach

At Maum Psychiatry, we understand the importance of family-centered care in treating children's mental health issues. We are dedicated to working collaboratively with families to develop a comprehensive treatment plan that addresses the child's unique needs and goals. We involve parents and caregivers in every step of the treatment process, providing education, guidance, and support to help them understand and manage their child's mental health condition. Our family-centered care allows us to work with the entire family to address any issues that may be impacting the child's mental health. Our goal is to empower families to take an active role in their child's care, and to provide the tools and resources they need to support their child's ongoing mental health and well-being.

Specialty consultation

At Maum Psychiatry, we offer specialty consultation services to provide comprehensive and individualized care for children with complex mental health needs. We work closely with other healthcare professionals and community providers to ensure that our patients receive the highest level of care and support. We provide comprehensive psychiatric evaluations, second opinions, and ongoing consultation services to help patients and their families navigate complex mental health issues. Our goal is to offer personalized care and support that addresses the unique needs of each child and family, and to provide access to a range of evidence-based treatments and therapies that can help improve their quality of life. Our team is committed to providing exceptional consultation services that prioritize the well-being and success of our patients.

Frequently Asked Questions

Are all sessions telehealth?

The initial appointment will be conducted via telehealth. Based on the initial assessment and if indicated, in-person appointment may be carefully scheduled. We will work with you to discuss the most appropriate setting of care you receive.

Can I use my insurance?

The answer is yes and no. At this time, Maum Psychiatry is not in-network with any insurance carriers. But there is a way to utilize your medical insurance. There are number of services that can check your insurance benefits, help you file claims, and track reimbursement for you. We can guide you through the process so you can get the care you need and get reimbursement from your insurance company.

What can I expect during the initial appointment?

In general, the child (patient) and all legal guardians are required to be present during the initial appointment to ensure we gather the most comprehensive information about your child and to consider all aspects of your child’s health. Also, initial appointments are conducted virtually. For follow-up appointments, we may carefully plan in-person or parent-only sessions when appropriate and clinically beneficial. 

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