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This content was provided by Catherine Poulos "Catherine Poulos is a Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner, board certified, licensed and registered by the department of New York State Office of the Professions. With these credentials, Ms. Poulos is privileged to prescribe and therefore specialize in psychopharmacology. Additionally, Catherine recognized the need in the community and is the founder of East End Mental Health. She is a graduate of Adelphi University where she earned a Bachelor of Science in Nursing and from Stony Brook University where she received a Master of Science, Magna Cum Laude and the Academic Excellence Advanced Practice Nursing Award in Psychiatric/Mental Health. Her Master's clinical rotation took place in several areas where she was in charge of providing care to individuals with chronic mental illnesses including bipolar disorder, major depressive disorder, anxiety and substance abuse. Ms. Poulos is a former Adjunct Clinical Professor for the Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner program at Stony Brook University and clinical consultant for Long Island Center for Recovery in Hampton Bays, New York. Catherine's psychiatric specialty is working with women coping with mid life challenges, anxiety, ADHD, depression, family, marital stressors and hormonal changes. Research suggests that there are many psychotherapeutic medications and modalities of therapy that can help treat these special conditions. In her practice, she refers to the most up to date research while following the guidelines of treatment including genetic testing."
This content was provided by Catherine Poulos "My approach is one based on a wellness model. While it is necessary to target the symptoms that lead someone to treatment, I feel people are much more than the symptoms they are experiencing. Each person has a diversity of strengths, talents, interests, and experiences. I feel, the most effective way to help a person begin to heal is by focusing on their strengths and assisting them to harness their available resources, while getting their symptoms under control."
Nursing (Nurse Practitioner)
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