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I have seen many of counselors, therapists, and psychiatrists but no one understands...Looking for a referral in the las vegas area- just moved?
No one understands?: No one understands what? Sounds like you have been through a lot of professionals, and are still having problems. To find a psychologist or other therapist in your new city, you can go to http://www.Psychologytoday.Com/ and use the "find a therapist" search screen. Some psychiatrists will be there also. You can also contact the nevada psychiatric society, or the medical school for optionsl. ...Read more
Find the right one: A good counselor or therapist will spend some time making you feel comfortable. You can prepare yourself by getting ready--make a few notes about what you want to talk about, and make the appointment at a time when you aren't rushed so that you can put your full attention into the visit. Turn off your cell phone! remember that talking about these things is uncomfortable for most people! ...Read more
Buyer beware: Many guidelines and regulations-regarding internet based psychotherapy, a human interactive process, are yet to be developed. Issues about privacy, security, lack of knowlege of local resources, and lack of a fully developed science are raised as well danger if it does not work, someone may not try traditional therapy. See: http://cpancf.Com/articles_files/internetpsychotherapyethics.Asp. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What other options are there for an older woman to resolve eating disorders when finding a therapist/psychiatrist to help has been unsuccessful?
I'm in the middle of eating disorder recovery. Therapist doesn't want me to weigh myself. Should i listen to her?
How will my teachers react if my mam tells them about my eating disorder? I've lied about it for so long but my therapist wants my school to know.
It was recommended by my therapist that, because I've had disordered eating and had purged in various methods (laxative misuse, overexercise) that I see my doctor to do a check up. What tests, etc. might that entail?
Test follow PE: The tests that your doctor will order will depend on your history and your physical exam. They most likely will include routine blood tests such as complete blood count and differential , liver and renal tests, thyroid function and perhaps a few others but those are pretty much the essentials. You most probably will also be give a urine test and perhaps stool examination. ...Read more
Usually 4 medication: In most states, psychiatrists are the only mental health professionals who can prescribe medication. Other reasons include if a medical cause is suspected, e.g., a hormone disorder or drug side-effect causing the emotional problem. Or occasionally, simply if the situation is very severe, complex, or has medical or legal complications. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Call their offices: Simply call their offices to check on availability to accept new patients. Some also offer brief initial phone consultations before the appointment, to be sure that a good match is likely. A helpful resource to find potential psychologists/therapists & psychiatrists is http://www.Psychologytoday.Com/ friends or your physician may also know of reliable referral sources. ...Read more
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