How I can help

My practice has shifted toward doing more psychotherapy  because I feel that the field of  psychiatry became too medication focused.  Psychotropic medicine can certainly  be of help but it is also important to have the life that one wants.  I  will listen intently to  try to understand what it feels like to be you.  I may suggest medication, psychotherapy or a combination of the two.  I am also skilled at treating patients with psychiatric illness that may have been brought on by a medical condition such as Diabetes or Coronary Artery Disease.   While I have significant experience in treating addiction,  I am not able to take on patients who are actively abusing substances. 

**In late 2016  I seemed to be getting more calls for short and long term disability evaluations.   Some major corporations are now requiring that a psychiatrist opine if an employee has been out for more than thirty days. While I will support any  one  of my active patients  who may need to go out on a short or a long term disability,  I am unable to provide disability evaluations for unestablished or  new"  patients.  This is due in part because  it is very difficult to evaluate a situation based on one  or two visits.

I can usually schedule within one week of an initial phone contact.

I am currently accepting new patients for:


Evaluation of Psychiatric Illness caused by a General Medical Condition such as Diabetes or Heart Disease

Short or Long Term Psychotherapy

Medication Management  with and without psychotherapy

Dream Work

I am also available for:

Direction for Mental Health Professionals wishing to enter private practice

Consultation to Primary Care Physicians

Grief Work 

Madeline A. Goodman D.O.

Diplomate,  American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology, General Psychiatry with subspecialty certification in Psychosomatic Medicine

oIMPORTANT NOTICE:  Use of this  website does not establish a doctor/patient relationship with Dr. Madeline Goodman.   This website does NOT take  the place of the diagnosis, treatment and/or care of any psychiatric condition.   Any information contained in this website should not be used in place of or as a substitute for Psychiatric treatment.