I help individuals facing an array of challenges, which may appear in the form of depression, anxiety, stress, chronic illness, panic, insomnia, focus problems, relationship and work difficulties. We will collaborate to explore the psychological, biological and environmental contributors to the situation and develop an integrated treatment plan that can draw from any or all of my specialties in psychotherapy, psychopharmacology, lifestyle and complementary medicine.
Dr. Katherine Falk practices Integrative and Holistic Psychiatry in New York City. She is also licensed in CA, MA, and PA and can treat those who live there by Telepsychiatry. In addition to providing psychotherapy, she has developed a method of evaluating the biological underpinnings of mental illness and recommends a personalized approach for each of her patients. Using natural substances – vitamins, minerals, amino acids, herbs, homeopathy – she is able to minimize (and often eliminate) the need for psychiatric medications. She has a longstanding interest in spirituality and, when appropriate, teaches breathing and meditation.
Are you in pain, mentally or physically and anxious? Are you depressed? Have you had symptoms of physical distress? Are you wanting so much more for life, but not knowing how to get there or if it is even possible? Are you questioning yourself and your life and have you suffered from a neurological or neurodegenerative disease like MS, Fibromyalgia, Lou Gehrigs, Lupus, Parkinsons or Lyme, or even the beginning cognitive decline of Alzheimers? and felt depressed? I am both a therapist and a psychiatric nurse practitioner. I understand and can help.
Graduated from the Gandhi Medical College located at Musheerabad, Secunderabad, India in 1980, specialized in Psychiatry with 40 years of practice. Residency at West Ros Park Mental Health Center. Was a participant in the Medicare Physician Quality Reporting System, Medicare Maintenance of Certification Program,Medicare Electronic Health Record,Medicare Electronic Prescribing.
I am a Board Certified advanced practice Psychiatric Nurse. The majority of my practice is psychopharmacology ( prescribing psychiatric medications). I treat each person individually and in our collaboration will listen carefully to your concerns, symptoms, and needs to develop a treatment plan that is right for you. In my practice I treat a variety of mental health disorders such as depression, anxiety disorders, panic disorder, , Bipolar disorder , PTSD as well as others. I do not treat ADD or ADHD My clients range from late adolescents to geriatrics. Best way to contact me is email through Psychology Today website.
Whitney Ogbo, MSN, APRN, PMHNP-BC is a board certified psychiatric nurse practitioner licensed to prescribe psychiatric medication across the lifespan, currently focusing on children and Adults. She has been in the Psychiatric/Behavioral Health field for over 10 years. She is licensed to diagnose mental health and substance use conditions, provide medication evaluation and management. Her approach is individualized with evidence-based effective treatment guidelines to substantially improve your overall function.
I work with adults, teens, and children in talk therapy, couples therapy, play therapy, or parent guidance. I can be especially helpful for anxiety and depression, love and relationship issues, parenting and family concerns, loss and grief, separation and divorce, adjustment to medical illness, eating and body image concerns, college life adjustment, career concerns, child behavioral problems, and child development issues.
I have 30 years of clinical experience treating children, adolescents, and young adults. It is my passion to work with my patients and families to address their challenges in a comprehensive way which results in the best outcomes for my patients and their families. I have specialized in ADHD, anxiety, and depression and have conducted research at Mc Lean Hospital in those areas. Medication evaluations, medication management, and supportive psychotherapy are my specialties. I also teach advanced practice nursing and psychopharmacology at Northeastern University. .
Jena is a dedicated Family Nurse Practitioner with more than 20 years of experience in healthcare. She specialized in kidney disease early in her career and practiced within that specialty until she had the opportunity to begin working with individuals with substance use and psychiatric disorders. Additionally, Jena treats individuals with depression, anxiety, ADHD and other mood disorders.
Our clinical staff consists of medication providers (physicians and nurse practitioners) and therapists who often work in collaboration to deliver optimal care. Our goal is to enable every person to feel well and function at their best. Our therapists have extensive experience in Individual psychotherapy, Couples counseling, Family therapy, Stress management, Parenting/co-parenting guidance, and Addiction recovery.
In my experience as a psychiatrist and psychoanalyst, I have attempted to help people struggling with emotional difficulties, compromised productivity, troubled relationships, and stunted creativity. Sometimes these difficulties yield to medications, advice, or short-term strategies. Sometimes they are the product of conflicts with a long history that result in frustrating repetitions that cost the patient time, pleasure, and fulfillment. Until these conflicts and feelings can be talked about they will show up as action and people will feel stuck and hopeless. Psychotherapy and psychoanalysis can break this logjam and free the individual to choose their own course.
I am a psychiatrist trained in psychotherapy and psychoanalysis. My practice has been directed at individuals who have difficulty finding satisfaction in both their work and love lives despite having achieved considerable success in their professions. I have been seeing individuals and couples for over 30 years and I am experienced with providing combined therapy, including medication and psychotherapy. I work with patients from 1x/week to 4x/week depending on the patient's need for more or less intensive therapy. While the past as a determinant of the present is acknowledged the work is done in the here and now.
Managing and maintaining daily life activities can sometimes be very challenging, stressful and a daunting task for some people, especially since and during the pandemic. If you have not been feeling yourself lately, you are not alone. Maybe, you feel stuck or confused in your current situation at work, school, family, career, financial or relationship. Do you feel marginalized, afraid or alienated because of your race, gender, sex orientation and culture? Perhaps you have been experiencing symptoms of depression and anxiety that won't go away. Here, your story matters! This is a safe place for you to vent and to find relief.