Adolescent Child & Adult Psychiatry NOW ACCEPTING NEW PATIENTS
Adolescent Child & Adult Psychiatry NOW ACCEPTING NEW PATIENTS 

Dr. Melissa Jackson-Westbrook

Dr. Jackson is a licensed clinical psychologist in North Carolina. Dr. Jackson particularly enjoys working with adolescent and adult populations but has experience with all ages. She also has extensive training in various forensic and psychological assessments.
Dr. Jackson has worked with children and adolescents with behavioral disorders, such as ADHD and Oppositional Defiant Disorder. Dr. Jackson particularly enjoys psychological testing, treating mood and anxiety disorders, substance abuse, personality disorders, grief and loss, and those with difficulties with anger.
Dr. Jackson practices utilizing mostly cognitive-behavioral therapy techniques but believes in an integrative approach; that treatment must be tailored to each client's needs. She is also a firm believer that motivation is the key to success within the therapeutic process, and works to maintain a high level of motivation within the client.
Dr. Jackson is accpeting new testing patients in our Raleigh office.


She accepts the following insurances: Aetna, BCBS, Cigna, Medicare and Tricare.






Office Hours

Our office is open:


Monday:          10 to 5
Tuesday:         10  to 5
Wednesday:    10 to 5
Thursday:       10 to 5
Friday:            10 to 5


Each provider's hours will vary

Insurance Accepted

Aetna, Ambetter, BCBS, Cigna, Contigo Health, Medcost, Medicaid, Medicare, Tricare Prime and Standard


**All Medicaid patients must have a referral from their PCP or pediatrician before an appointment can be scheduled**


Adolescent Child and Adult Psychiatry


Raleigh Location:

4041 Ed Drive

Suite 108
Raleigh, NC  27612


Clayton Location:


501 Gateway Drive

Suite 101

Clayton NC 27520


Main Number: 919-783-8377


New Patients:  919-324-3383


Follow Up Appointments: 919-324-3385


Prescription Refills 919-324-3382


Fax:  919-324-3404


OnCall/Emergency Line:












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