Dr. Tola is a Double Board Certified Psychiatrist and Addictions Specialist now serving patients in Massachusetts with Telehealth Services available to clients in Ohio, New York, Connecticut and New Jersey.

Dr. Tola has an office in Boston, Massachusetts with Telehealth Services available to clients in New York, Connecticut, Ohio, and New Jersey.
Woman with eyes closed and hands over her heart

Compassionate

Humility for mankind are the fundamentals of my clinical practice


Man on a plane looking outside a window

Confidential

Consistent safe & private support above and beyond


woman leaning against a wall

Committed

To provide unprecedented mental health support to enhance clients long-term well being

Overcome Opiod Addiction With Telemedicine
Suboxone Treatment Today

Take control of your life with convenient and confidential Suboxone
treatments now available via telemedicine at Addiction Support System , we provide expert care
and support from the comfort and privacy of your home.

Start Your Journey to Recovery Today

Learn more about our telemedicine suboxone treatment services and take the
first step towards a healthier, addiction-free life.

Addiction Support System

Dr. Tola T’Sarumi is a Double Board Certified Psychiatrist and Addiction expert who helps individuals overcome addiction, depression, and suicidal thoughts. 

She’s the Director of Dr. Tola T’Sarumi, LLC and Aesthetics + Mind MD, where she blends mental wellness with aesthetic treatments, offering a holistic approach to personal wellbeing. Her use of the non-invasive; non-surgical Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) therapy has been welcomed by patients looking for a non-drug; non-shock alternative for the treatment of depression. 

Dr.Tola has been tapped as an expert professional for publications, podcasts, and films, where she speaks about mental health topics, such as addiction, suicide, and depression, on numerous stages. Dr. Tola received an award from the American Academy of Addiction Psychiatry and has also received an award from Columbia University/ NYC for her work on physician suicide. She has been featured in Medscape, Forbes, the Canadian Medical Journal, the American Association of Publishing Leadership, The American Journal on Addiction, Health eCareers, The Washington Post; Authority Magazine, Thrive Global, and on podcast shows.

My passion is my patients’ mental health which is their mental wealth.

I’m committed, compassionate, and fully confidential!

Mental Wellness

Compassionate, Confidential, Committed

Welcome !

I take pride in providing my clients with the highest quality of confidential personalized therapy. I’ve learned over the years that not all healthcare providers are for everyone. It is my professional commitment to provide services to an audience that I’ve spent a considerable amount of time with to optimize the long-term sustainable impact of their Mental Wellness.

During the course of my career, my focus has been on individuals in both the public and private sector for mental wellness. I’ve dedicated time to understand who they are, their perspective, and why they are seeking support. Providing therapy to those who seek Mental wellness is my passion and providing therapy to CEO’s, corporate executives, physicians, government officials, pastors, celebrities and professionals is my niche.

depression man sitting with hands on his face

Depression

Depression is a mood disorder and serious medical illness that can negatively affect how you feel, think and act. Depression causes sadness and/or a loss of interest in activities you once enjoyed.

Examples of how you may feel

  • Feeling sad or having a depressed mood
  • Loss of interest or pleasure in activities once enjoyed
  • Feeling worthless or guilty
  • Difficulty thinking, concentrating, or making decisions
  • Thoughts of death or suicide
  • Changes in appetite — weight loss or gain unrelated to dieting
  • Trouble sleeping or sleeping too much
  • Loss of energy or increased fatigue
  • Increase in purposeless physical activity

Addiction

Substance use disorder (SUD) is a complex condition that manifests as a chronic relapsing disease with compulsive drive to use despite serious adverse consequences. People with SUD have an intense focus on using a certain substance(s) such as alcohol, tobacco, or illicit drugs, to the point where the person’s ability to function in day-to-day life becomes impaired.

Examples of how you may feel

  • The feeling of pleasure, “high” or “intoxication.”
  • Relieve stress, forget problems, or feel numb.
  • Improve performance or thinking.
  • Curiosity and peer pressure or experimenting
man sitting with glass to his forehead
woman sitting with her head down at a desk

Stress/Anxiety

Stress is the physical or mental response to an external cause, such as having a lot of work, pressure or having an illness. People under stress experience mental and physical symptoms, such as irritability, anger, fatigue, muscle pain, digestive troubles, and difficulty sleeping. Anxiety, on the other hand, is defined by persistent, excessive worries that don’t go away even in the absence of a stressor.

Examples of how you may feel

  • If you are stressed, you might feel: Irritable, angry, impatient, or wound up, over-burdened or overwhelmed. Anxious, nervous, or afraid.
  • If you have anxiety you might feel: nervous, restless, or tense. Have a sense of impending danger, panic or doom, and Have an increased heart rate. Breathing rapidly (hyperventilation)
    Sweating.

Suicide

Suicide is the 2nd leading cause of death in ages 10-34. It is death caused by injuring oneself with the intent to die.  Estimated 1.4 million adults attempt suicide each year, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). More than one in five people who died by suicide had expressed their suicide intent. Men are more than three times more likely than women to take their lives. Suicide is preventable and understanding the risk factors and recognizing the warning signs for suicide can help prevent suicide.

  • Previous suicide attempt
  • Family history of suicide
  • Substance use
  • Mood disorders (depression, bipolar disorder)
  • Losses and other events (for example, the breakup of a relationship or a death, failures, legal & financial difficulties)
  • Trauma or abuse
  • Access to lethal means (e.g., keeping firearms in the home
  • Chronic physical illness

Examples of how you may feel

  • You might think or feel hopeless, like there is no point in living
  • Tearful and overwhelmed by negative thoughts 
  • Unbearable pain that you can’t imagine ending
  • Useless, not wanted, or not needed by others desperate, as if you have no other choice
woman sitting with her head down

Blog

Contact Us

Option 1

Direct Confidential Line

(614) 379-4133

Option 2

Message Addiction Support System Now

Dr. Tola received an award from the American Academy of Addiction Psychiatry, has also received an award from Columbia University/ NYC on her work on physician suicide. She has been featured in Medscape, the Canadian Medical Journal, the American Association of Publishing Leadership, The American Journal on Addiction, Health eCareers; The Washington Post; Authority Magazine, Thrive Global, List TV and on podcast shows.

Compassionate, Confidential, Committed

Addiction Support System Hours
Monday to Friday 9:00 AM – 7:00 PM

Email Address
contact@addictionssupportsystem.com

Phone Number
1-614-379-4133

Suboxone clinic near me, suboxone doctors near me, Suboxone treatment, Suboxone Ohio, Suboxone Columbus, Suboxone New Albany, psychiatrist near me, available in Columbus, Blacklick, Gahanna, Reynoldsburg, Dublin, Westerville, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Toledo, Greater Columbus Area, and New Albany, OH, USA.