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In this week's episode, we’re talking about Depression with my dear friend and Columbia psychiatrist Dr. Diana Samuel.
In this episode we expound on:
- How to identify the signs & symptoms of depression
- The clinical & therapeutic treatments that are used for depression
- When and why medication might be necessary
- How to support someone with severe depression
and so much more that you don’t want to miss.
Dr. Samuel is an adult psychiatrist who completed her residency at Mount Sinai Hospital, and dual fellowships at Columbia University Irving Medical Center. Dr. Samuel has extensive experience in evaluating and treating a wide variety of both acute and non-acute psychiatric symptoms and illnesses with many years of experience at renowned hospitals in NYC. She is trained in psychodynamic psychotherapy and actively works with families in helping them cope with mental illness in a loved one. Dr. Samuel is an Assistant Professor of Clinical Psychiatry at Columbia University Irving Medical Center has had a busy private practice at Columbia Doctors in Midtown Manhattan. She has been cited in popular media outlets such as People Magazine, US News & World Report and Good Housekeeping.
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