Psychiatrist, MD
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"Dr. Pistone has been practicing psychiatry for over 20 years. He has worked as a Diplomat for the Argentine Boards of Internal Medicine and Critical Care Medicine and for the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology. His mode of treatment is based on the Hippocratic philosophy of medicine where the main focus is on the disease rather than the symptoms. He uses medications only when it is absolutely necessary since if the actual disease is cured, then the associated symptoms will also go away."
Positive Psychology
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"Dr. Pistone has been practicing psychiatry for over 20 years. He has worked as a Diplomat for the Argentine Boards of Internal Medicine and Critical Care Medicine and for the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology. His mode of treatment is based on the Hippocratic philosophy of medicine where the main focus is on the disease rather than the symptoms. He uses medications only when it is absolutely necessary since if the actual disease is cured, then the associated symptoms will also go away."
Psychiatrist, MD
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"I practiced in Colorado and recently moved to the Bay Area. 33 years of multidisciplinary experience in outpatient, intensive outpatient and inpatient treatment of most psychiatric topics including mood disorders, psychotic disorders, personality disorders, forensic evaluations, vocational rehabilitation, worker's compensation, trauma-related illnesses, dementia, supervision of other providers, difficult case consultation and others. I have worked with adolescents (age 15 and above), adults and the elderly, the homeless, disabled and military populations. I am skilled in psychoanalytic psychotherapy, group therapy and medication management as needed."
Positive Psychology
(650) 399-7455
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"I practiced in Colorado and recently moved to the Bay Area. 33 years of multidisciplinary experience in outpatient, intensive outpatient and inpatient treatment of most psychiatric topics including mood disorders, psychotic disorders, personality disorders, forensic evaluations, vocational rehabilitation, worker's compensation, trauma-related illnesses, dementia, supervision of other providers, difficult case consultation and others. I have worked with adolescents (age 15 and above), adults and the elderly, the homeless, disabled and military populations. I am skilled in psychoanalytic psychotherapy, group therapy and medication management as needed."
Psychiatrist, MD
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""Somethings's GOT to give. I can't take this any more! No one understands. My spouse? No way. The last doctor said "more meds" and spent as much time with the computer as he did with me! My teenager is sad and going no where fast. I think the younger one might have some kind of Asperger's, ADD,OCD,ODD,PSTD or some alphabet soup salad that I'm just supposed to deal with. The counselors out there are just too young to understand what I'm going through. Certainly life wasn't meant to be like this.""
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(650) 288-6479
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Positive Psychology
""Somethings's GOT to give. I can't take this any more! No one understands. My spouse? No way. The last doctor said "more meds" and spent as much time with the computer as he did with me! My teenager is sad and going no where fast. I think the younger one might have some kind of Asperger's, ADD,OCD,ODD,PSTD or some alphabet soup salad that I'm just supposed to deal with. The counselors out there are just too young to understand what I'm going through. Certainly life wasn't meant to be like this.""
Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner, BSN, MSN, PMHNP
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"I am a Board Certified Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner, licensed to provide psychiatric evaluations, medication management, and supportive psychotherapy. My intention in practice is to work alongside each patient in treating the person as a whole in relations to their unique biological, cultural, social, academic/work, family, and community settings. Clinical interests which influence treatment include use of evidence based integrative psychiatry, including nutrition and supportive supplementation to enhance healing and recovery."
Positive Psychology
(408) 559-3403
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"I am a Board Certified Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner, licensed to provide psychiatric evaluations, medication management, and supportive psychotherapy. My intention in practice is to work alongside each patient in treating the person as a whole in relations to their unique biological, cultural, social, academic/work, family, and community settings. Clinical interests which influence treatment include use of evidence based integrative psychiatry, including nutrition and supportive supplementation to enhance healing and recovery."
Psychiatrist, MD, MPH
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"I am Stanford trained a psychiatrist also serving as a Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at Stanford University School of Medicine. My team at Lucid Lane provides a comprehensive, 24/7 care for medication tapering & withdrawal management to empower you to break free from habit-forming medications. Our personalized program provides support, guidance, therapy and medication management from professional coaches and medically-licensed psychiatrists on a daily basis to help you taper off of habit-forming medications safely and effectively."
Positive Psychology
(650) 646-2172
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"I am Stanford trained a psychiatrist also serving as a Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at Stanford University School of Medicine. My team at Lucid Lane provides a comprehensive, 24/7 care for medication tapering & withdrawal management to empower you to break free from habit-forming medications. Our personalized program provides support, guidance, therapy and medication management from professional coaches and medically-licensed psychiatrists on a daily basis to help you taper off of habit-forming medications safely and effectively."
Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner, MSN, APRN, PMHNP
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"Do you feel that worrying too much is affecting your quality of life? Does having a new baby make you feel overwhelm and inadequate as a mom? I understand how these feelings and thoughts can rob you from happiness in life and satisfaction in your relationships. These feelings may even make you feel distant from the people you care about the most. No one deserves to suffer through this alone. It is my ultimate passion to provide you with a safe space to talk without any judgment. I am here to partner with you in finding the best and safest treatment option based on your personal goals."
Positive Psychology
(408) 659-6983
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Positive Psychology
"Do you feel that worrying too much is affecting your quality of life? Does having a new baby make you feel overwhelm and inadequate as a mom? I understand how these feelings and thoughts can rob you from happiness in life and satisfaction in your relationships. These feelings may even make you feel distant from the people you care about the most. No one deserves to suffer through this alone. It is my ultimate passion to provide you with a safe space to talk without any judgment. I am here to partner with you in finding the best and safest treatment option based on your personal goals."
Psychiatrist, MD
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"Joe Walker is a dedicated and diligent psychiatrist serving the communities of San Francisco, San Jose, Los Altos, La Palma, and Santa Monica, CA. Dr. Walker obtained his medical degree from the University of Tennessee. He also completed his residency in psychiatry and internship at Pacific Presbyterian Medical Center. Dr. Walker is a part of SavantCare. He is board certified in psychiatry by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology. Dr. Walker was chief resident during his psychiatry residency at Pacific Presbyterian Medical Center."
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(415) 682-6406
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"Joe Walker is a dedicated and diligent psychiatrist serving the communities of San Francisco, San Jose, Los Altos, La Palma, and Santa Monica, CA. Dr. Walker obtained his medical degree from the University of Tennessee. He also completed his residency in psychiatry and internship at Pacific Presbyterian Medical Center. Dr. Walker is a part of SavantCare. He is board certified in psychiatry by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology. Dr. Walker was chief resident during his psychiatry residency at Pacific Presbyterian Medical Center."
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Psychiatrist, MD
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"PLEASE NOTE: WE DO NOT ACCEPT INSURANCE. As adjunct faculty at Stanford and Stanford Children's Hospitals, Dr. Shivani Chmura is an expert in treating patients with an evidence based, compassionate approach. She also has extensive experience with medication management for eating disorders. Dr. Chmura is trained in both Child and Adolescent and Adult Psychiatry from UCSF and Stanford Universities. She uses a holistic approach to treating every individual, couple, and family. Dr. Chmura is trained in a variety of therapeutic modalities, (CBT, DBT, Supportive). She is an expert on pharmacologic management for depression, anxiety, eating disorders, ADHD, and weight management."
(415) 993-4146
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"PLEASE NOTE: WE DO NOT ACCEPT INSURANCE. As adjunct faculty at Stanford and Stanford Children's Hospitals, Dr. Shivani Chmura is an expert in treating patients with an evidence based, compassionate approach. She also has extensive experience with medication management for eating disorders. Dr. Chmura is trained in both Child and Adolescent and Adult Psychiatry from UCSF and Stanford Universities. She uses a holistic approach to treating every individual, couple, and family. Dr. Chmura is trained in a variety of therapeutic modalities, (CBT, DBT, Supportive). She is an expert on pharmacologic management for depression, anxiety, eating disorders, ADHD, and weight management."
Psychiatrist, MD
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"Are you an intelligent soul looking for answers, healing, and support in today's fast-paced world? I am a board-certified psychiatrist in San Mateo available for videoconferencing and in-person appointments in a discreet, well-appointed office in a spacious business park. I offer highly-individualized pharmacotherapy and in-depth therapeutic work during our sessions to help you heal from depression, anxiety, behavioral addictions, childhood wounds, relationship trauma, or the stress of various life transitions. For more information, please visit my website www.consciouspsychiatry.org or call 650-503-HEAL to schedule an appointment."
"Are you an intelligent soul looking for answers, healing, and support in today's fast-paced world? I am a board-certified psychiatrist in San Mateo available for videoconferencing and in-person appointments in a discreet, well-appointed office in a spacious business park. I offer highly-individualized pharmacotherapy and in-depth therapeutic work during our sessions to help you heal from depression, anxiety, behavioral addictions, childhood wounds, relationship trauma, or the stress of various life transitions. For more information, please visit my website www.consciouspsychiatry.org or call 650-503-HEAL to schedule an appointment."
Psychiatrist, MD, PhD
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"Welcome to my profile in Psychology Today. I am a Stanford-trained, board-certified psychiatrist who has provided mental health care to a variety of populations over the last 18 years. In my private practice, I see adults over 18 years old, and I have expertise with diagnoses, such as anxiety disorders, PTSD, depression, bipolar disorder, and schizophrenia. When I first meet new patients, they are frequently unsure what kind of treatment they might benefit from. By providing a warm and collaborative environment, I help the patients understand their needs and identify treatment options, such a medications, therapy, or a combination of both. I strongly believe that ‘no patient is a diagnosis’ – instead, we are all a complex combination of genetic predisposition, upbringing, and other influences that make us the people we are. "
(650) 282-3962
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"Welcome to my profile in Psychology Today. I am a Stanford-trained, board-certified psychiatrist who has provided mental health care to a variety of populations over the last 18 years. In my private practice, I see adults over 18 years old, and I have expertise with diagnoses, such as anxiety disorders, PTSD, depression, bipolar disorder, and schizophrenia. When I first meet new patients, they are frequently unsure what kind of treatment they might benefit from. By providing a warm and collaborative environment, I help the patients understand their needs and identify treatment options, such a medications, therapy, or a combination of both. I strongly believe that ‘no patient is a diagnosis’ – instead, we are all a complex combination of genetic predisposition, upbringing, and other influences that make us the people we are. "
Psychiatrist, MD
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"Dr. Emaya Anbalagan is a child and adolescent psychiatrist at Savant Care. She is board certified in adult and child psychiatry and completed child and adolescent psychiatry training at the University of California, Davis. Dr.Anbalagan's interest in psychiatry grew from working with the severely mentally ill during medical school and she pursued this interest through a psychiatry residency at the University of Missouri Hospital in Columbia, MissouriDuring her time in residency, she served as the Chief resident and was an elected to represent the residents as Counselor in the House Staff Committee."
(650) 257-9212
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"Dr. Emaya Anbalagan is a child and adolescent psychiatrist at Savant Care. She is board certified in adult and child psychiatry and completed child and adolescent psychiatry training at the University of California, Davis. Dr.Anbalagan's interest in psychiatry grew from working with the severely mentally ill during medical school and she pursued this interest through a psychiatry residency at the University of Missouri Hospital in Columbia, MissouriDuring her time in residency, she served as the Chief resident and was an elected to represent the residents as Counselor in the House Staff Committee."
Psychiatrist, MD
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"I'd like to welcome you to my practice of Psychotherapy and Psychiatry. I'll work with you to build a connection that facilitates communication and that will support lasting change. I can help you establish more stability and satisfaction in your life and in your relationships, partner with you to develop more confidence in your decision making, help you weather losses, imagine and actualize what you'd like to do next and think through problems in your most important relationships."
(650) 903-7205
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"I'd like to welcome you to my practice of Psychotherapy and Psychiatry. I'll work with you to build a connection that facilitates communication and that will support lasting change. I can help you establish more stability and satisfaction in your life and in your relationships, partner with you to develop more confidence in your decision making, help you weather losses, imagine and actualize what you'd like to do next and think through problems in your most important relationships."
Psychiatrist, MD
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"Dr. Zalpuri is a Stanford trained, board certified child and adolescent psychiatrist. She has expertise in treating children and teens with depression, bipolar disorder, anxiety disorders, psychosis and ADHD. She focuses on her client's physical, emotional and cognitive well being and also works closely with their school to provide adequate support. Apart from medication management, Dr. Zalpuri is well versed in psychodynamic therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy and family work. In addition to her private practice at Morrissey Compton, she is an Assistant Clinical Professor at Stanford University School of Medicine."
(650) 480-3670
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"Dr. Zalpuri is a Stanford trained, board certified child and adolescent psychiatrist. She has expertise in treating children and teens with depression, bipolar disorder, anxiety disorders, psychosis and ADHD. She focuses on her client's physical, emotional and cognitive well being and also works closely with their school to provide adequate support. Apart from medication management, Dr. Zalpuri is well versed in psychodynamic therapy, cognitive behavioral therapy and family work. In addition to her private practice at Morrissey Compton, she is an Assistant Clinical Professor at Stanford University School of Medicine."
Psychiatrist, MD, MPH
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"I am a Stanford and Emory trained child, adolescent and adult psychiatrist. Each patient of mine is a distinct individual with their own unique life experiences, strengths and challenges. Therefore, I create a specialized treatment plan in a collaborative and respectful manner, providing compassionate and evidence-based psychotherapy and/or pharmacologic management in a warm, supportive environment. I have particular expertise in ADHD, mood disorders, anxiety disorders, eating disorders and Adult ADHD. I am trained, among other therapeutic methods, in Family-Based Therapy for Anorexia Nervosa and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy at Stanford University."
(650) 714-7737
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"I am a Stanford and Emory trained child, adolescent and adult psychiatrist. Each patient of mine is a distinct individual with their own unique life experiences, strengths and challenges. Therefore, I create a specialized treatment plan in a collaborative and respectful manner, providing compassionate and evidence-based psychotherapy and/or pharmacologic management in a warm, supportive environment. I have particular expertise in ADHD, mood disorders, anxiety disorders, eating disorders and Adult ADHD. I am trained, among other therapeutic methods, in Family-Based Therapy for Anorexia Nervosa and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy at Stanford University."
Psychiatrist, MD
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"People are complex. A person is not a disorder, a disease, or a diagnosis. Throughout our lives we find ourselves in circumstances that bring our attention to the fact that we could know ourselves better and if we did, we could be happier and more balanced in our lives. My treatment philosophy centers on the belief that therapy can be valuable for everyone, particularly at times of intense change, loss, or personal trauma. With expertise in both psychopharmacology and individual psychotherapy, i maintain a patient centered, integrative approach to treating the whole person."
(650) 830-3034
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"People are complex. A person is not a disorder, a disease, or a diagnosis. Throughout our lives we find ourselves in circumstances that bring our attention to the fact that we could know ourselves better and if we did, we could be happier and more balanced in our lives. My treatment philosophy centers on the belief that therapy can be valuable for everyone, particularly at times of intense change, loss, or personal trauma. With expertise in both psychopharmacology and individual psychotherapy, i maintain a patient centered, integrative approach to treating the whole person."
Psychiatrist, MD
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"I am a Northwestern-trained, board certified psychiatrist, and I currently serve as an Adjunct Clinical Faculty member at Stanford. I provide thorough diagnostic evaluations, evidence-based medication management, and individual psychotherapy. My focus is on mood and anxiety disorders, including depression, bipolar disorder, generalized anxiety, social anxiety, and panic disorder. I also treat patients with OCD and ADHD."
(650) 542-8302
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"I am a Northwestern-trained, board certified psychiatrist, and I currently serve as an Adjunct Clinical Faculty member at Stanford. I provide thorough diagnostic evaluations, evidence-based medication management, and individual psychotherapy. My focus is on mood and anxiety disorders, including depression, bipolar disorder, generalized anxiety, social anxiety, and panic disorder. I also treat patients with OCD and ADHD."
Psychiatrist, MD, F.I.P.A
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"Mali Mann, MD is adult, adolescent and child psychiatrist and psychoanalyst in Palo Alto and San Francisco California. After finishing her medical school, she finished her residency and child fellowship at University Rochester and Kanas. She finished adolescent Medicine fellowship at Stanford university Psychiatry Department. She completed her adult and child psychoanalytic training at San Francisco Center for Psychoanalysis. She is a faculty member and Training and supervising psychoanalyst, adult and child at SFCP. She is also an adjunct Clinical Professor at Stanford University, School of Medicine. She published "Psychoanalytic Aspect of Assisted reproductive Technology" and collection of her poetry."
(650) 835-1779
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"Mali Mann, MD is adult, adolescent and child psychiatrist and psychoanalyst in Palo Alto and San Francisco California. After finishing her medical school, she finished her residency and child fellowship at University Rochester and Kanas. She finished adolescent Medicine fellowship at Stanford university Psychiatry Department. She completed her adult and child psychoanalytic training at San Francisco Center for Psychoanalysis. She is a faculty member and Training and supervising psychoanalyst, adult and child at SFCP. She is also an adjunct Clinical Professor at Stanford University, School of Medicine. She published "Psychoanalytic Aspect of Assisted reproductive Technology" and collection of her poetry."
Psychiatrist, MD
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"I am a Stanford-trained, Board-Certified Psychiatrist with a specialization in Adult ADHD and Anxiety disorders. My Psychiatry training at Stanford, where I also served as Chief Resident, has equipped me with the most up-to-date treatment strategies to help my clients achieve their goals as soon as possible."
(650) 490-4735
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"I am a Stanford-trained, Board-Certified Psychiatrist with a specialization in Adult ADHD and Anxiety disorders. My Psychiatry training at Stanford, where I also served as Chief Resident, has equipped me with the most up-to-date treatment strategies to help my clients achieve their goals as soon as possible."
Psychiatrist, MD
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"Dr. Jack Yen is a dual board-certified psychiatrist in general and forensic psychiatry. He has extensive experience working in public and private mental health settings. He offers medication management and psychiatric services to optimize diagnostic assessment and treatment. Dr. Yen has experience with a wide range of issues including depression, anxiety, ADHD, Bipolar Disorder, substance use and other common and complex mental health conditions. He has presented numerous talks and workshops nationally on a wide range of topics from suicide prevention to the benefits of video-medicine. "
(628) 300-3787
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"Dr. Jack Yen is a dual board-certified psychiatrist in general and forensic psychiatry. He has extensive experience working in public and private mental health settings. He offers medication management and psychiatric services to optimize diagnostic assessment and treatment. Dr. Yen has experience with a wide range of issues including depression, anxiety, ADHD, Bipolar Disorder, substance use and other common and complex mental health conditions. He has presented numerous talks and workshops nationally on a wide range of topics from suicide prevention to the benefits of video-medicine. "
Psychiatrist, MD
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"I strive to create a judgement free, welcoming environment and treat my patients in a holistic and culturally competent manner through the use of evidence-based therapies and medications. I use a comprehensive approach to understand the emotional, psychosocial and interpersonal spheres of my patients' lives. This allows me to identify the strengths, vulnerabilities and needs of my patients. I prioritize making my patients feel as comfortable as possible, often by engaging them in their own interests."
(650) 627-7523
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"I strive to create a judgement free, welcoming environment and treat my patients in a holistic and culturally competent manner through the use of evidence-based therapies and medications. I use a comprehensive approach to understand the emotional, psychosocial and interpersonal spheres of my patients' lives. This allows me to identify the strengths, vulnerabilities and needs of my patients. I prioritize making my patients feel as comfortable as possible, often by engaging them in their own interests."

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