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Hello World!


In this post, I'd like to share more about myself and my motivations for creating this blog.

I am a Yale-trained Adult Psychiatrist. I completed medical school in 2002. Since then, I have treated well over a thousand patients who have sought care for a broad range of mental health conditions - such as a mood disorder (depression or bipolar disorder), an anxiety disorder (generalized anxiety disorder, panic disorder, obsessive-compulsive disorder, or post-traumatic stress disorder), a psychotic disorder (schizophrenia), an eating disorder (anorexia or bulimia), insomnia, a personality disorder (borderline personality disorder), ADD/ADHD, troubles related to alcohol or drug use, or some other malady.

Some people experience mental health problems triggered by temporary or long-term physical conditions like pregnancy, illness, or chronic pain.

I work with each of these patients to restore their level of functioning. We work together with the goal of shifting mental illness from a defining characteristic of their lives to a mere footnote.

Other people with whom I work do not contend with major mental illness. Short and sweet professional advice can help to resolve difficulties coping with day-to-day life stressors or challenging circumstances in romantic, social, or work relationships.

I have experience related to the delivery of mental health care in outpatient settings (large multidisciplinary managed care clinics, academia, and individual/solo private practice), crisis clinics and emergency rooms, and, inpatient settings.

My passions include helping people who are experiencing emotional difficulties, writing, and advice columns. I aim to combine my education and passions to help people face their life challenges. I hope that you will find this blog to be both informative and enjoyable to read.

You can send questions via the Contact Form at the bottom of the Knowledge is Power blog page.

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