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Fly like an Eagle!

Welcome to my new website! This website is now more user friendly for most devices. I am excited to start blogging and will have a monthly newsletter as it relates to my practice starting in the early spring of 2020. You may notice the phone number is gone from the contact page. That is because
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Too Little, Too Late?

At the end of a very long day I sat down to read the local newspaper online. I was disappointed to see a major provider of mental health services in the area  is closing leaving 170 patients to find services. The agency had provided care in the form of case management for 27 years. A little longer
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Knitting again and other mid-December Ramblings

This weekend I picked up my knitting needles again. It had been so long since I had knit something. It’s also been a while since I last blogged!   I purchased this yarn over a year ago.  That tells me how I have been neglecting the things I enjoy. One ‘small’ reason was I was having
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I have a name.

In life there will always be things that bother us.  For me one of my biggest pet peeves came when all of a sudden I went from being a psychiatrist to becoming a “behavioral health” provider.  I personally can’t stand it.  I feel like it lessens my training as a psychiatrist.  I am a psychiatrist not a behavioral
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Should I stay or should I go. The Re-union Tour.

This is a post I wrote almost two years ago.  I thought I would repost it because I had some things I wanted to add.  I will add them at the end. All therapy comes to an end. The question is what to do when the therapy ends abruptly or the patient has been wanting to
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Moving doesn’t have to hurt. But sometimes it does.

The office has moved.  As I was leaving my assistant  asked me if I felt sad at all.  Surprisingly, I have no sad feelings about leaving my current office space.  She replied with ”that means this is the right move for you.”    She was right.  In the past when I have felt  angst about  major
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