I. – Evaluation One-hour evaluation-Identify the priorities of the active and underlying issue(s) II. Present Treatment Plan-Present length of treatment, Present intensity of treatment with any required lab testing to check health status. Coexisting medical or psychiatric disorders will be treated initially in addition to the eating or addiction disorder III. – Customized Therapy and Medication- I will conduct the therapy and prescribe medication, if needed, Neurology will be used to understand how the science of the brain plays a part in eating disorders and/or addictions, Psychiatry will be used to understand cognitive and/or emotional interplay in relation to eating disorders and/or addictions, Psychoanalysis will be used to address underlying unconscious aspects that motivate eating disorders and/or addictions, and Addictionology will be used to allow the utilization of all of these different fields of science to address eating disorders and/or addictions.Read more
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I believe in the patient having the right to choose and the right to be informed of all HIPAA rights. It's such a part of my practice that I Co-authored position statement with U.S. Attorneys Generals Office of the Justice Department for presentation to the U.S. Supreme Court, Washington, D.C., April 1990. I also co-authored The Right to Treatment position statement with U.S. Attorneys General...