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Forensic Psychology Psychiatrists in Pennsylvania (PA)

Alexander Kanevsky, Psychiatrist  in Jamison
“Dr. Kanevsky, MD - invites you to experience a new level of health and vitality where modern science & ancient healing arts merge to help restore health and prolong life. There is no client that I fear in treating or helping in any way. The approaches that others take to everyday issues like depression and anxiety are looked upon as barriers that we overcome together. Some people say I am unusual because I actually do counseling with my patients and not just medication management.
Forensic Psychology
(215) 995-2774
Jamison, Pennsylvania 18929
“Ted Fallon has 25 years experience as a child and adult psychiatrist and psychoanalyst. He practices primarily psychotherapy, intensive psychotherapy and psychoanalysis, addressing a full range of issues from emotional strains, trauma, loss and anxiety to developmental issues including autistic spectrum presentations, and psychosis. He is also the Director of the Child and Adolescent Psychoanalytic Training Program at the Psychoanalytic Center of Philadelphia.
Forensic Psychology
(610) 616-5909
Wayne, Pennsylvania 19087
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Elena del Busto, Psychiatrist  in Wynnewood
“I am an ABPN Board certified psychiatrist and Clinical Associate at the University of Pennsylvania in the Department of Psychiatry. I offer an integrated, holistic approach to mental health treatment and believe in using psychotherapy and psychopharmacology when appropriate. I feel it is best to use evidence-based medicine and personalized treatment plans to help optimize outcomes and improve my patients' mental health.
(610) 616-3633
Wynnewood, Pennsylvania 19096
Philip L. Bonnet, MD, PC, Psychiatrist  in Washington Crossing
“I believe that a physician's most important job is to help the patient deal with the causes of unwellness (toxicity, nutritional deficiencies, dysfunctional behavior patterns, etc.) so that the body can heal itself. Using extensive laboratory testing on blood, hair, and urine helps me to identify and treat the underlying causes of unwellness. I take each patient as an individual, with individual issues and needs. I also believe that for chronically ill people to recover, it is important that they receive support and follow-up care to help them make the changes that may be necessary for their recvovery.
(215) 987-4073
Washington Crossing, Pennsylvania 18977
Bianca Previdi, Psychiatrist  in Philadelphia
“I offer comprehensive psychiatric treatment for a variety of mental health concerns, and seek to provide an individualized approach through therapy and/ or medications. I believe we learn ways of thinking, feeling and behaving at an early age, and often repeat these patterns in our adult life even when they no longer are in our best interests. This may lead to symptoms such as anxiety or depression. Often, we are unaware of these patterns, feeling only the discomfort they produce.
(215) 977-4352
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19102
June Greenspan-Margolis, Psychiatrist  in Jenkintown
“I have many years experience treating children, adolescents including college age. I have a special interest also in career and relationship issues of women.My main expertise is with psychotherapy and psychoanalysis. I also have many male patients with career and relationship issues. Expertise with anxiety and depression without medication.
(215) 337-4566
Jenkintown, Pennsylvania 19046
Robertson B Tucker, Psychiatrist  in Philadelphia
“Holistic and integrative child, adolescent, and adult psychiatrist, I actively collaborate with individuals suffering from psychiatric problems to help them achieve wellness. I specialize in anxiety disorders, as well as ADHD/ADD in all age groups. I have abundant experience in caring for people with depression and bipolar disorder.
(215) 839-1186
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19107
“My practiace is general adult psychiatry and modern classical psychoanalysis. My work includes consultation, supervision, psychotherapy, and psychoanalysis. The latter is for persistent or recurring problems of major importance personally and is more intensive. I see a few patients at infrequent intervals. With insight-oriented therapy, the focus is learning about oneself and relationships in a non-judgemental, supportive environment.
(215) 842-1443
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19144
Shari Y Baron, Psychiatric Nurse  in Media
Verified by Psychology Today
Psychiatric Nurse, MSN, CNS, GCP, FAGPA
“I work with individuals, couples and in groups to help you move in new directions and explore new ways of interacting with others. Being in therapy is sometimes challenging. I will strive to help you verbalize your thoughts and feelings about what happens in your life, as well as what happens between you and me in our evolving relationship. The challenge will be to learn from whatever happens in this experience and to move toward the goals we have worked together to define for you. We will work in partnership to design the plan that will achieve your best results.
(610) 880-2326
Media, Pennsylvania 19063
Amaro Reyes Garza, Psychiatrist  in Sinking Spring
“I am a board certified psychiatrist who provides a holistic approach in the treatment of mental challenges and conditions. I specialize in children and adolescents but also works with adults in providing psychotherapy, medication management, consulting, and alternative treatments when applicable. In addition, I also provide ADHD testing. I develop a comprehensive and thorough treatment plan that most importantly is designed to educate my patients on mental wellness.
(610) 624-4474
Sinking Spring, Pennsylvania 19608
“Board-Certified Psychiatrist with 20 years experience in various settings, including inpatient hospital, outpatient practice, and addiction treatment facility. Currently, I have a therapy-based holistic outpatient private practice. I value client-focused treatment that is not subject to the intrusions or time restraints of insurance-based practice.
(610) 915-8583
Media, Pennsylvania 19063
“I am a psychoanalyst, as well as a psychiatrist with training in child development and child and adolescent analytic therapy. I am also skilled in the uses and indications for the various psychotropic medications, particularly in outpatient situations. Iencourage discussionof these aspects of diagnosis and treatment.
(610) 898-3223
Wynnewood, Pennsylvania 19096
Stephen E. Levick, Psychiatrist  in Philadelphia
“Might it be to your advantage to see a psychiatrist who can attend to both the psychological and biological dimensions of your difficulties? Proficient in both psychotherapy and psychopharmacology, I'll assess your needs in both dimensions. An initial evaluation can also help you decide whether whether I'd be right for you. I've been in full time private practice for over 25 years. Before that, I was full time faculty at Yale and then at Penn, where I continue on the clinical faculty, and supervising the psychotherapy of psychiatry and clinical psychology trainees.
(267) 348-4039
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19103
John Tumeh, Psychiatrist  in Uniontown
“I am excited to have opened a new psychiatry practice in Uniontown, PA. My practice treats patients of all ages, from children to geriatrics. We offer management of all psychiatric disorders, including but not limited to, mood, anxiety and psychotic disorders, substance use disorders (including Suboxone treatment), trauma, personality disorders and neurocognitive disorders (i.e., dementia) - essentially the entire spectrum of psychiatry. Our clinic has onsite psychotherapists, including drug and alcohol, trauma-based, depression, marriage and couples therapy and more. We also have primary care physicians onsite, thus offering our patients a "one-stop shop" for psychiatry and primary care!
(724) 972-4916
Uniontown, Pennsylvania 15401
David Springer, Psychiatrist  in Media
“I treat patients with a wide variety of problems. My treatment is tailored to the individual needs of my patients and includes psychotherapy and the prescription of medication. Treatment is in a private and confidential setting. The first appointment is a comprehensive psychiatric evaluation, lasting about 75 minutes. At the end of the evaluation, recommendations for treatment will be discussed. If there are medical issues, I will collaborate with other physicians as needed, and with your consent. Follow-up appointments will be arranged and scheduled as needed. Office hours are Monday through Friday by appointment, with some evening hours available.
(610) 898-3267
Media, Pennsylvania 19063
Barbara A Hyatt, Psychiatric Nurse  in Chadds Ford
Verified by Psychology Today
Psychiatric Nurse, MS, PMHCNS, BC
“I believe that the basis for effective therapy resides in the connection between therapist and client, one which is based on trust and safety, in a comfortable and pleasant environment. My mission is to assess, understand, and clarify the client's needs and goals for therapy which enrich living. I believe in using every resource and tool available to that end. I have experience with most issues and problems. I believe in the importance of understanding the relationship between mind, body, and spirit.
(484) 851-1023
Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania 19317
Howard Scott Baker, Psychiatrist  in Wynnewood
“I'm a general psychiatrist providing individual, couples, and family psychotherapy. I also prescribe medication. I begin by trying to understand you as a person, and I'm convinced that you must feel understood. Problems most people face are the result of psychological, interpersonal and biological factors. These usually interact. After initial meetings, we decide how to proceed: perhaps psychotherapy, and we may or may not decide to use medication. Many of my patients have AD/HD, but I treat other problems. I actively pursue continuing education and teach medical students and psychiatry residents at the University of Pennsylvania.
(610) 915-8433
Wynnewood, Pennsylvania 19096
Franklin Maleson, Psychiatrist  in Philadelphia
“I regard empathy, responsiveness, and respect for the patient as core therapeutic values. While I tailor treatment to the individual, as a psychoanalyst I place special importance on gaining insight about unconscious contributors to current difficulties. I also appreciate the importance of clarifying and resolving here-and-now problems. When appropriate I prescribe medications or work short-term. My style is collaborative rather than authoritarian. For many years I have taught psychotherapy and psychoanalysis to trainees in these fields. I also teach professional ethics. I have published in the major journals in my field and am a training and supervising psychoanalyst.
(215) 821-9941
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19107
Lawrence D. Blum, Psychiatrist  in Philadelphia
“If you had a problem with your heart, you'd consult a cardiologist. For problems with your emotional heart, you should also consult an expert: a psychoanalyst, a mental health professional with extra training to help people understand what their problems are really about, especially problems that don't respond to simple solutions and advice. For the most effective treatment, kindness and understanding are essential, and so is extensive knowledge of human psychology, culture, and biology. Confidentiality and respect for personal experience, autonomy, and potential for change and growth are equally important.
(215) 995-1203
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19103
Michael J Canino, Psychiatrist  in Philadelphia
“Adjustments can often be challenging. Whether it may be a shift in career, end to a relationship, or change in phase of life, these transitions can frequently disrupt our usual patterns of thinking and behavior. My professional experience has found that having an interested, empathetic, and active listener as a psychotherapist can be extremely beneficial in assisting not only with these difficult times, but also with unforeseen situations bound to occur in the future.
(215) 874-4485
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19102
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Forensic Psychology Psychiatrists
Forensic Psychology is the application of psychological knowledge to the criminal justice system. Forensic psychologists offer expert testimony in criminal and civil cases and may perform psychological autopsies and evaluate a person's psychological competency to stand trial.

If you're looking for Forensic psychology in Pennsylvania (PA) or for a Pennsylvania (PA) Forensic therapist these professionals provide forensic psychological services. They include child forensic psychologists, clinical forensic psychologists and Forensic therapists, Forensic psychologists, Forensic psychotherapists and Forensic counselors.

About Psychiatrists, meds and Psychiatric Nurses.

A Psychiatrist in Pennsylvania (PA) is a qualified medical doctor who specializes in treating mental health issues and diagnosable disorders.

Pennsylvania (PA) Psychiatrists differ from other mental health professionals in that they may prescribe medication or psychotropics. Psychiatrists may conduct physical examinations, order and interpret lab tests and brain image scans, such as CT scans, CAT Scans and MRIs.

Some psychiatric practitioners in Pennsylvania (PA) specialize in age groups (so check for Pennsylvania (PA) child psychiatrists or adolescent psychiatrists in Pennsylvania (PA)). Those who work with the elderly are called geriatric psychiatrists or geropsychiatrists.

Other related specialties include psychopharmacology (certain states license Psychopharmacologists), psychiatric genetics and neuroimaging.

Psychiatric nurses in Pennsylvania (PA), or mental health nurses, specialize in nursing care for people with mental illness or mental distress. Pennsylvania (PA) Psychiatric nurses receive training in psychological therapies (such as CBT), building therapeutic alliance with clients and dealing with challenging behavior. Importantly, they are trained to administer psychiatric medication (or 'psychiatric meds') and, in very limited ways, to prescribe meds.

Nurses monitor for side effects and responses to medical treatments and offer information on meds so that clients can make informed choices about their use.