My Approach to Helping
Best descriptions of what I do are what my colleagues and more importantly, what my former and current clients say about their experiences with my work. Please just Google me and see what shows up (both positive and negative).
What shows up when I look on-line is:
1) people think I'm really good at figuring out what can help and
2) I'm really good at helping them feel better again.
I use a range of options (you choose what we do) and I usually know other specialists who can pitch in also to get you better the fastest (again, I just suggest -- you choose what sounds best for you).
More Info About My Practice
-Fellow of the American Psychiatric Association (Elected to "Fellow" of the APA on 112015)
-Diplomate of the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology (Board Certified)
-Medical Director, Bay Area Research Institute, 2009-2010 (retired)
-Northern California Psychiatric Society, Professional Education Committee (retired)
-East Bay Psychiatric Association, Member (group ended)
-Northern California Psychiatric Society, Member
Hours: Flexible. Evening hours Available.
-Yale-New Haven Medicine Medical Center and Yale University School of Medicine, Psychiatry Residency, New Haven, CT, 2001
-University of Pennsylvania Medical Center (PENN MED), Internal Medicine Internship, Philadelphia, PA, 1998
-University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine (PENN MED), Medical Doctor (M.D.) Degree, Philadelphia, PA 1997
Feel free to call me with any questions or to see how I can help you find some relief. -MJK