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The Psychiatrist as Psychotherapist
February 11, 2016

Those psychiatrists trained in “The Golden Age of Psychiatry” received intensive training in various modalities of psychotherapy, such as psychodynamic, cognitive-behavioral, and family systems; as well as learning the science of psychopharmacology. These fortunate physicians are able to evaluate and treat the whole person, including the ability to address biological, psychological, social/environmental, and existential issues throughout the course of therapy with their clients, according to the Biopsychosocial Model.

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Genetic Testing, Nutrition and Psychotherapy in the Treatment of Bipolar Depression
January 19, 2016

Adele* was a young mother in her early thirties who had a master’s degree in engineering and who practiced patent law,…

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Intimacy, the Human Heart, and Psychotherapy
January 19, 2016

I’ve been lonely I’ve been waiting for you I’m pretending and that’s all I can do The love I’m sending Ain’t…

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Marriage Counseling and the Power of Listening
January 19, 2016

Marriage may be the most challenging relationship in one’s life. Loving feelings are precious, and can be fragile and difficult to…

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Self Esteem, Depression, and Bipolar Disorder
January 19, 2016

A stable, positive feeling about oneself is to be cherished. For many people it is hard to come by, at least…

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Living With ADHD
January 19, 2016

In the United States, an estimated 4.4 percent of adults ages 18-44, 4 percent of children ages 4-8, and 9.7 percent…

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