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Useful Resources

Since 2000, I’ve provided patients with all the tools they need to maintain a healthy mindset and stay informed on the latest developments in the industry. Even when you’re not in my office, my resources are easily accessible for your convenience. Check out the resources listed below, and stay informed!

On the Couch
Prescription Drugs
Examining a Child

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline

We can all help prevent suicide. The Lifeline provides 24/7, free and confidential support for people in distress, prevention and crisis resources for you or your loved ones, and best practices for professionals in the United States.

Partnership to End Addiction

Trained and caring specialists are ready to listen to your challenges, setbacks, obstacles and difficult emotions that go along with a child’s substance use or addiction.

Support is available in English and Spanish. All communications are confidential and services are provided free of charge, with the exception of any messaging or data rates incurred.

Childhelp National Abuse Hotline

Reporting child abuse can be scary.


If you are a witness to or a victim of child abuse there is a huge benefit to making the report yourself. Being able to tell your story first hand gives the child care worker much better information than if it came from someone not involved.

Your story could save a life.

Our counselors are available to talk through child abuse situations if you have questions or need additional support. We can also help research additional resources that may be available to you.

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