Ludmil Manov, M.D. : Child, Adult, and Adolescent Psychiatrist

Healing is possible.

Dr. Manov believes that anyone can achieve emotional growth through dedicated effort. 

About Dr. Manov

Dr. Manov specializes in Adult, Child & Adolescent psychiatry. He is certified by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology in both specialties. 

Dr. Manov takes a highly individualized approach with all patients. Through a combination of medication and/or talk therapies, he aims to construct the best sustainable solution to significantly improve your quality of life, based on your preference. Whether you achieve a small improvement to your level of functioning, or a complete cure, depends on your will. You can reach the outcome you want -- this is mostly decided by your commitment to the treatment process. 




Salt Lake City

1387 S. 1100 E. 
Salt Lake City, UT 84105

Office: (801) 463-4963
Fax: (801) 463-4643

American Fork

21 North 490 West
American Fork, UT 84003

Office: (801) 642-2396
Fax: (801) 642-2496


Areas of Practice

To learn more about treatment options, click on the titles below. 


Anxiety is characterized by an excessive state of uneasiness or apprehension, typically accompanied by compulsive behavior and panic attacks. Anxiety-related conditions include Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, General Anxiety, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, and Panic Disorder. The appearance of anxiety in daily life can be minimized, and sometimes eliminated, through the dedicated work of the patient. 


ADD/ADHD is a disorder with the continuity of attention. Although it is not an emotional disorder in and of itself, the existance of ADHD can lead to emotional problems whose elimination can lead to a significantly improved quality of life. 

ADHD is best managed through a combination of behavioral therapy and medication, where appropriate.


Depression is characterized by feelings of severe despondency and dejection. The type and severity of a depression can vary widely among individuals, depending on neurological and environmental factors. 


Biploar disorder is characterized by manic and depressive episodes, or manic episodes only. The illness sometimes follows individualized patterns.