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How to find a therapist for handling ptsd and panic attacks? Referal from pcp not an option. Already of lexapro (escitalopram).

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Dr. Jane Van Dis
Obstetrics & Gynecology
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In brief: Found this site

This website seems to list therapists (psychologists, social workers and master degree).
It also describes specialty and you can sort by disease and gender. Seems super helpful: http://therapists.Psychologytoday.Com/rms/prof_results.Php?Sid=1383188858.0852_7898;city=santa+clara;county=santa+clara;state=ca;spec=3;lmore=1#sc1.

In brief: Found this site

This website seems to list therapists (psychologists, social workers and master degree).
It also describes specialty and you can sort by disease and gender. Seems super helpful: http://therapists.Psychologytoday.Com/rms/prof_results.Php?Sid=1383188858.0852_7898;city=santa+clara;county=santa+clara;state=ca;spec=3;lmore=1#sc1.
Dr. Jane Van Dis
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Dr. Ana Adelstein
The American Psychological Association's "Psychologist Locator" is also a great source: http://locator.apa.org. And for helpful educational info on trauma, see http://www.istss.org/ForthePublic.htm
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