Professional help

new doc 2017-11-17 12.15.36_5 Below you’ll find a list of links to (current or eventual) blogs/articles about medications, types of therapy, electroconvulsive therapy, transcranial magnetic stimulation, types of clinical settings and providers, and much more.

Sorry, this is a work in progress…  Still working on it!

 

A

Aging: Dementia and Normal Aging

Aging: Exciting Stuff About Aging

Antidepressants

B

Bipolar medications

 

C

Case Management

Cognitive Therapy

Crisis Plan

D

Feisty elderly ladyDementia: normal aging vs Alzheimer’s

Dementia: what is dementia?

Dementia: is it time for a home?

Depression medications

Depression: What To Do When You’re Too Depressed To Think

Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT)

E

Electroconvulsive Therapy

Evaluation

H

History of Freud & his Followers

Hospitalization: What it’s like to be admitted to a psychiatric hospital

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M

Medications: Hints for surviving psych meds

Medications: Medications for Anxiety

Medications: Medications for Anxiety, How Benzodiazepines Work

Medications: Medications for Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)

Medications: Medications for Bipolar Disorder

Medications: Medications for Dementia

Medications: Medications for Depression

Medications: Medications for Depression, Augmenting Antidepressants

Medications: Medications for Depression, How Antidepressants Work

Medications: Medications for Depression, Selective Serotonin Reuptake Inhibitor (SSRI) Withdrawal Syndrome

Medications: Medications for Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)

Medications: Medications for Psychosis

Medications: Medications for Psychosis, How Antipsychotics Work

Medications: Medications for Psychosis, Treating Side Effects of Antipsychotics

Medications for erectile dysfunction and low sex drive

Medications: Medications for Sleep

Medications: Medications for Substance and Alcohol Use Disorders

Mood Stabilizers

P

Pain: tips for living with chronic pain

Provider: Types of Psychiatric Providers

Psychiatric Evaluation

Psychiatric Setting: Overview of Psychiatric Care Settings

Psychiatric Setting: Crisis Unit

Psychiatric Setting: Day Hospital or Intensive Outpatient

Psychiatric Setting: Inpatient Psychiatric Hospitalization

Psychiatric Setting: Medical Detox Unit

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Psychoanalysis vs Psychodynamic Therapy

Psychotherapy: What is Psychotherapy?

Psychotherapy: Cognitive Therapy

Psychotherapy: Behavioral Therapy

Psychotherapy: Psychoanalysis vs Psychodynamic Therapy

Psychotherapy: Behavioral Activation Therapy for Depression

Psychotherapy: Dialectical Behavioral Therapy (DBT)

Psychotherapy: Family and Couple Therapy

Psychotherapy: Interpersonal Therapy

Psychotherapy: Gestalt Therapy

Psychotherapy: Hypnosis

Psychotherapy: Biofeedback

Psychotherapy: Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing (EMDR)

S

Sex: meds for sex drive and erectile dysfunction

Sleepwarling manSleep: Stages of Sleep

T

Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation

Treatment Team

 


Information provided by Kim Rosenthal, MD – Psychiatry

Disclaimer:

Please remember that the information found here is not meant to be a substitute for real medical care.  It isn’t meant to and doesn’t provide professional diagnosis, services, or medical advice to you or any other individual.  Everyone is unique; the ideas you find here may not apply to your situation. Please make an appointment with a mental health professional for proper diagnosis and treatment of any psychiatric condition.  Keep in mind that no interaction or information on this website establishes a doctor-patient relationship.  Thanks.

 

 

 

 

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