Welcome to Our Practice
Dr. Hubbard is a clinical psychiatrist and psychopharmacologist who has practiced in the San Diego area for over thirty years. His Mission Valley practice includes general psychiatric and psychopharmacology counseling and forensic consultations. The practice also includes Ann Wycoff, Ph.D., a licensed psychologist, and Rizwan Khan, PAC, a psychiatric physician assistant. Our practice accepts most insurance plans as well as Medicare and Tricare.
Please feel free to use this website to learn more about psychiatry, psychology, medications, and treatments for conditions such as anxiety disorders, depression, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), bipolar disorder, addictions and many others.
This site also features "self-tests' to help you determine if you may have symptoms of some common psychiatric problems.
Have a question or concern?
Read our Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) to learn more about the common concerns and questions people have about psychiatric conditions, diagnoses, and treatments that are available.
Transacranial Magnetic Stimulation
Click on the button to see a video from Neurostar to learn more about transcranial magnetic stimulation for the treatment of depression. See the following testimonial from Nanette:
“I noticed immediately an improvement and so did the people around me. That heavy weight of depression was lifted and I felt good. I’m happier than I’ve been in years. The medicines weren’t working so I got proactive and tried this. I’m so patient with my husband now. I don’t have that anger anymore. I laugh every day many times and that’s really new. I’ve never been to a place with so much empathy and compassion. I felt I could let down and show it all. The staff here is deeply invested in their patients. What I experience now is positivity. I guess that’s the right word. My husband is so happy with the results. I didn’t smile for so long. I don’t have the moodiness. There are so many depressed people in the world that this will help. If anyone wants to email me or talk with me I’d be happy to talk with them.”