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About Us

Established in 1998, Boston Neurobehavioral Associates provides comprehensive outpatient behavioral healthcare to all ages. In order to best serve our clients, we are now accepting appointments from all over Massachusetts.

Led by Mohammad Munir, MD, the team of psychiatrists, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, psychologists, therapists, neuropsychologists, and other medical professionals collaborate to provide well-rounded care individualized for each patient. Boston Neurobehavioral Associates providers offer care for a broad range of mental disorders and emotional difficulties.

Patients can expect an accurate diagnosis, followed by an integrative treatment plan that is tailored for their unique needs. The practice regularly cares for patients who are dealing with depression, bipolar, anxiety, insomnia, attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), and OCD, among other conditions.

Between individual psychotherapy, medication management, and customized lifestyle changes, patients learn to cope with their diagnosis and overcome it in time. We understand every patient has a different story that brought them to seek our care. As such, treatment plans are entirely individualized for each patient allowing them to experience optimal care.

Boston Neurobehavioral Associates has a mission to spread awareness about the stigma of mental health by providing high-quality, accessible psychiatric care. The team is dedicated to meeting all of the professional expectations of each patient and their family in an effort to improve a patient’s quality of life.

To make an appointment, call the nearest office or use the online scheduler here on the website.
 
 

Accepted Insurance

BNBA accepts most major insurances. For more information please contact our office.

Aetna
All Savers®
BlueCross BlueShield
Cigna
Magellan Health
MassHealth
Medicare
UniCare
United Behavioral Health
UnitedHealthcare

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