“As a Baltimore Psychiatrist, I bring my academic background at The Johns Hopkins Hospital and extensive private practice experience to the treatment of my patients, combining both medication and counseling approaches.”

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  • when to see a psychiatrist

Symptoms to Warrant a Psychiatrist Evaluation

July 10th, 2018|Comments Off on Symptoms to Warrant a Psychiatrist Evaluation

These Symptoms May Warrant an Evaluation by a Psychiatrist in Baltimore Life’s changes and challenges often make many people feel overwhelmed. Obstacles and circumstances can cause a stir of emotions or changes in attitude that [...]

  • depression and suicide

Depression and Suicide: An Important Connection

July 5th, 2018|Comments Off on Depression and Suicide: An Important Connection

Depression Treatment to Prevent Suicide Individuals and families face different challenges associated with depression each day. Some people go months and sometimes years living with depression before seeking help. This is unhealthy and can lead [...]

  • mood disorder treatment options

Mood Disorders are Common but Treatment Options Vary

June 11th, 2018|Comments Off on Mood Disorders are Common but Treatment Options Vary

Treatment Options for Mood Disorders Mood swings, we all experience them on occasion. The key is to know, without a shadow of a doubt, that what you are experiencing are actually mood swings and not [...]

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Can Coffee Rev Up Your Workout?

April 12th, 2018|Comments Off on Can Coffee Rev Up Your Workout?

See my New York Times letter commenting on the effects of caffeine on exercise! Your inherent (genetically coded) rate of metabolizing caffeine has an influence on its effect on exercise.  That rate is determined by [...]