Male Psychiatrists in 46225

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Eric Lyakhovetsky
Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner, PMHNP-B
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Indianapolis, IN 46225
Eric Lyakhovetsky is a board certified psychiatric nurse practitioner and has been involved in the psychiatric care of children and adults since 2010. He has studied at a variety of colleges including Indiana University, Bloomington before finishing his masters at Indiana University, Purdue University, Indianapolis. Eric takes a holistic, patient-centered approach to treatment, with an emphasis on helping patients to understand their conditions and treatment options. He has extensive experience working with children, teens and adults ranging up to age 35 with a variety of conditions including ADHD, anxiety, depression and trauma.
Eric Lyakhovetsky is a board certified psychiatric nurse practitioner and has been involved in the psychiatric care of children and adults since 2010. He has studied at a variety of colleges including Indiana University, Bloomington before finishing his masters at Indiana University, Purdue University, Indianapolis. Eric takes a holistic, patient-centered approach to treatment, with an emphasis on helping patients to understand their conditions and treatment options. He has extensive experience working with children, teens and adults ranging up to age 35 with a variety of conditions including ADHD, anxiety, depression and trauma.
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Photo of Tyler Smith, Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner in 46225, IN
Tyler Smith
Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner, PMHNP
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Indianapolis, IN 46225
Tyler Smith is a Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner in Indiana who has been practicing since 2021. He earned degrees in both BSN and MSN at Indiana University. Tyler practices very thorough and detailed assessments and treats each person as an individual to give the best patient centered care he can provide. Tyler has knowledge of therapeutic methods, locations, and opportunities to meet individual and specific needs. He has experience in inpatient and outpatient psychiatric treatment as a provider.
Tyler Smith is a Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner in Indiana who has been practicing since 2021. He earned degrees in both BSN and MSN at Indiana University. Tyler practices very thorough and detailed assessments and treats each person as an individual to give the best patient centered care he can provide. Tyler has knowledge of therapeutic methods, locations, and opportunities to meet individual and specific needs. He has experience in inpatient and outpatient psychiatric treatment as a provider.
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As a man, why might I want to see a male therapist?

There are many reasons a man might wish to work with a male therapist, including a degree of shared identity, which may help client and therapist connect to each other and allow for a more free-flowing discussion of issues that can be deeply personal. Some men may feel more comfortable talking to a male therapist about relationship concerns, the pressures they feel around the roles society and family place on men, career or job challenges, self-esteem, or anger problems. For some men who have not had a male role models in their lives, a good male therapist may be especially helpful.

How can I find out about a therapist’s experience treating men?

Individuals looking for treatment should feel comfortable directly asking a therapist about their history treating men overall and the issues that arise in therapy with men. A good therapist will be happy to discuss such matters as well as their educational background, approach to treatment, and how they think they can aid a prospective client. Prospective clients should also ask what the expectation is for treatment, and what the fee structure is, and whether and which insurance plans are accepted.

Can clients benefit from having a therapist of the same gender?

Therapy is not gender-specific, but some men as well as women feel more comfortable opening up about their experiences and history with a male therapist. An individual may feel that they have to explain less background information and be on the same page more quickly, particularly when discussing gender-specific challenges, in the case of male clients. Some women have prior negative experiences with women that predispose them to prefer working with a male in therapy. That said, a good clinician can transcend most if not all gender concerns. Ultimately, the most important factor in therapy is the connection and trust the client is able to build with the practitioner.

Would a male therapist have specific training in treating men?

Generally, no. There are no certifications for treating men specifically, but there are continuing education classes that therapists may take that focus on treating men as a group. There are many therapists who focus on men and male issues in their treatment and therefore have experience and expertise in this domain.