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Driftless Integrative Psychiatry

Dr. Erica Burger, DO MPH

telemedicine and in-person

heart-centered and holistic care

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Integrative Psychiatry

As integrative psychiatry experts, we look into root causes of your symptoms.  There is time to discuss your concerns.  Your voice is heard.  Evidence-based treatment options are based on your needs and goals.  Treatment options may include lifestyle changes, nutritional psychiatry (food as medicine), targeted supplements, stress reduction techniques, psychotherapy, medication, and more. 


About Driftless Integrative Psychiatry

Welcome! Driftless Integrative Psychiatry strives to provide exceptional individualized and heart-centered mental health care to individuals living in Iowa and Wisconsin. 

My intention is to help you feel better and live a life that is aligned with your values while providing support, guidance, and expertise from a physician with specialization in psychiatry.

I am honored you are here. 

Dr. Erica Burger, DO 

Conditions Treated:





Brain Fog

Bipolar disorder

Poor Concentration

Low energy

Food intolerances



Who We Serve:
  • We work with adults in IA and WI* seeking integrative psychiatric care.

  • We work with individuals seeking pharmaceutical and non-pharmaceutical treatment options.

  • Please be aware that we do not accept insurance or work with insurance companies directly, but we can provide an itemized receipt/superbill that may allow you to get reimbursement from your insurance company. 

* due to state licensing limitations

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Free 15 Minute Phone Consultation

We offer a complimentary 15 minute "Get to Know You" visit so you can ask questions about our services and practice model to determine if we are a good fit. 

Initial Intake 

New patients start with a 75 minute evaluation in order to better understand you, including your background, mental health history, values and goals, and treatment options.  Patients are provided with a detailed treatment plan.  

25 Minute Follow Up

Focus sessions that include assessing response to treatment.  These sessions can also be used for brief psychotherapy and review of lab results.  The recommended follow up frequency depends on your needs and what works best for you.

50 Minute Follow Up

Longer sessions allow for more in-depth psychotherapy, providing education on your symptoms, discussing diagnostic testing results, lifestyle coaching, and your response to treatment.  The recommended frequency depends on your needs and what works best for you.


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