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Back in my psychiatry residency training, one fundamental teaching of becoming a doctor was the need to be a blank screen for patients to project their deepest thoughts, fears, and desires onto. It is...

    Since I’m starting my own private practice, I had my last day of seeing patients at my prior job a few weeks ago.  If you ever wondered, yes, your psychiatrist does feel sad at sa...

I met with my patient for a follow up. She came to me for her first visit last week, one month post-partum from delivering her first baby. She was struggling and she did not quite know where to go. Sh...

I’ll be honest.  The concept of coaching never entered my mind before. As a trained therapist and psychiatrist, I was focused on healing from within my training, and helping to the mental healt...

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