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Bipolar Disorder Psychiatrists in Wisconsin (WI)
Manic Depression

Psych Med Management, Psychiatric Nurse  in Brookfield
“I am an Advanced Practice Nurse Prescriber specializing in psychiatry and family practice. As a nurse practitioner, I provide psychiatric assessment, consultation, and treatment. I have specialized expertise in the treatment of anxiety, depression, mood disorders, and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder in ages across the lifespan. My goal is to provide my client with an individualized psychiatric assessment, medication management and follow up care.
Bipolar Disorder
(262) 806-4398
Brookfield, Wisconsin 53005
Christine Costanzo, Psychiatrist  in Madison
“I treat patients, based on their needs, with psychotherapy and/or psychopharmacology. I have a long-standing therapy practice where I use psychodynamic and psychoanaytic approaches for in-depth work on anxiety, depression, self-esteem, career and relationship issues. I utilize other modalities including cognitive-behavioral techniques, and have extensive experience with psychopharmacology. I work within a confidential setting, two blocks east of the capitol square. I enjoy meeting my clients "where they are" and respect each individual's needs, concerns and comfort level. My approach centers around honoring the collaboration that occurs between treater and client as fundamental to healing and growth.
Bipolar Disorder
(608) 729-7003
Madison, Wisconsin 53703
Janine Allison Kolinski, Psychiatric Nurse  in Wauwatosa
“As a Nurse Practitioner I have a special interest in medicine, behavioral health, and addiction medicine. My passion is working with my patients helping them to reach their optimum level of health, assisting them to develop realistic, achievable goals in which they play a major role in creating. I work with my patients to identify their illness and treatment in a nonjudgmental, accepting, caring environment. I believe in integrating Western medicine, wholistic methods, and behavioral health to help my patients reach recovery in body, mind and spirit.
Bipolar Disorder
(414) 269-4781
Wauwatosa, Wisconsin 53222
GJB Health Services, Psychiatrist  in Appleton
“I am a board certified Psychiatrist and Neurologist, with a board certification in Neuropsychiatry. I have had greater than 30 years experience doing analytically based insight oriented psychotherapy. I generally use medication only in a time limited manner and endeavor to help the patient gain some control over the factors that are causing or exacerbating their psychiatric symptoms. An ideal patient for my practice is one who desires to work to gain insight into what is causing their bothersome psychological symptoms. I have worked extensively with patients with personality disorders and severe depressive disorders in my career.
Bipolar Disorder
(920) 560-4525
Appleton, Wisconsin 54914
Dr. Sanjay Agarwal, Psychiatrist  in Madison
“Hello. If you are visiting this site and reading my profile, chances are you have recognized that you or somebody you care about has an issue affecting the ability to live a happy life. I focus on more than just helping to restore a person's functionality; my goal is to help people realize their true potential, from a personal, professional, social, and spirtual point-of-view.
Bipolar Disorder
(608) 554-4013
Madison, Wisconsin 53711
Affiliated Psychiatric Services, Psychiatrist  in Milwaukee
“Hello -- Affiliated Psychiatric Services, a subsidiary of Achievement Associates Counseling and Family Resource Centers, is a group of experienced psychiatrists who provide caring comprehensive psychological and pharmacological intervention and treatment. For over 25 years seasoned client-centered staff have helped children, adolescents, teens, adults, and the elderly with impressive and lasting results.
Bipolar Disorder
(262) 264-7271
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53226
Selahattin Kurter, Psychiatrist  in Milwaukee
“Selahattin Kurter, MD is one of Milwaukee's leading experts in the field of Addiction Medicine. He is among a small handful of physicians in Milwaukee who carry a dual board certification in Addiction Medicine as well as Psychiatry and Neurology. During his residency at the Medical College of Wisconsin, he was appointed to the prestigious position of Chief Resident. Dr. Kurter continues to hold a position as an Associate Clinical Professor for the Medical College of Wisconsin, as well as Executive Counsel Member of the Wisconsin Psychiatric Association.
Bipolar Disorder
(414) 455-5278
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53222
Shalini Varma MD, Psychiatrist  in Kenosha
Verified by Psychology Today
Psychiatrist, BDCert, MEDS, THERAPY, COACH, SUMMA
“Come in NOW! ADD/HD, Anxiety, Problems sleeping. All ages for MEDS. Fast&easy prescription refills. SKYPE and Phone appointments. FLEXIBLE appt times: Evenings/weekends. DRVARMAMD.COM. Direct access to doctor by email and phone. Personalized care. Small population of clients. Work together to stop struggling. Clients actively participate in their care plan and to move goals forward at a real-time pace. Featured on Fox News, ABC late night, and in the Chicago Tribune for insight. From Illinois and Rutgers Medical School. Residency at Advocate Lutheran General Hospital
Bipolar Disorder
(224) 374-1918
Kenosha, Wisconsin 53144
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Joan P. Felski, Psychiatric Nurse  in Milwaukee
“I specialize in working with children and adolescents, and also work with adults, primarily women.
(414) 939-7536
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53202
J T Junig, Psychiatrist  in Fond Du Lac
“I provide the care that I value as a patient: longer, on-time appointments, a pleasant environment, and a sincere effort to understand each other. I have excellent academic credentials-- Board Certified, graduated with honors, PhD in Neuroscience, and an academic appointment at MCW. But more importantly, the challenges I’ve faced in my own life profoundly increase my appreciation for the challenges faced by my patients. I also take issue with psychiatric practices that schedule four or more patients per hour, leaving no time for patients to get settled, let alone talk about emotions.
(920) 423-5003
Fond Du Lac, Wisconsin 54935
Mary Jane Higgs, Psychiatric Nurse  in Whitefish Bay
Verified by Psychology Today
Psychiatric Nurse, MSN, APRN, AGNP-C
“I am able to work with you, and in conjunction with your therapist, for your medication management.
(414) 312-5281
Whitefish Bay, Wisconsin 53211
TMS Center of Wisconsin, Psychiatrist  in Wauwatosa
“TMS Center of Wisconsin provides the latest in depression treatments. We are pleased to be able to offer Neurostar® TMS Therapy to our patients. Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation Therapy is one of the most technologically advanced depression treatments available. This non-invasive, outpatient therapy is FDA cleared and has helped thousands of depression patients who have not received adequate results from antidepressants.
(414) 375-2799
Wauwatosa, Wisconsin 53226
Kathryn Vele, Psychiatric Nurse  in Wauwatosa
Verified by Psychology Today
Psychiatric Nurse, MSN, APNP, PMHNP
“I think I bring an interesting and valuable mix of educational, career, and personal experiences to the Psychiatric-Mental Health Nurse Practitioner role.
(414) 386-5860
Wauwatosa, Wisconsin 53226
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Bipolar Disorder (Manic Depression) Psychiatrists
Bipolar disorder, also known as manic depression, is a chronically recurring condition involving moods that swing between the highs of mania and the lows of depression. Depression is by far the most pervasive feature of the illness, and the manic phase is usually a mix of irritability, anger, and depression, with or without euphoria. The elation may manifest as unusual energy and overconfidence, playing out in bouts of overspending or promiscuity.

While the depression of bipolar disorder can resist treatment, mood swings and recurrences can often be delayed or prevented with a mood stabilizer, alone or combined with other drugs. Therapy is an important adjunct to drugs, especially for dealing with the work and relationship problems that can accompany the disorder.

If you're looking for help with bipolar in Wisconsin (WI) or for a Wisconsin (WI) bipolar Psychiatrist these professionals provide bipolar therapy (and bipolar therapies), bipolar treatment and bipolar help in Wisconsin (WI). They include bipolar Psychiatrists, bipolar psychologists, bipolar psychotherapists and bipolar counselors in Wisconsin (WI). They can help teen suffering from bipolar disorder. They provide Wisconsin (WI) bipolar counseling, bipolar support, referrals to bipolar support groups in Wisconsin (WI) and Wisconsin (WI) bipolar groups. If you're depressed in Wisconsin (WI), get help from one of these bipolar specialists.

About Psychiatrists, meds and Psychiatric Nurses.

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

Wisconsin (WI) 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 Wisconsin (WI) specialize in age groups (so check for Wisconsin (WI) child psychiatrists or adolescent psychiatrists in Wisconsin (WI)). 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 Wisconsin (WI), or mental health nurses, specialize in nursing care for people with mental illness or mental distress. Wisconsin (WI) 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.