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hello-i have a rancidly great puzzle for anyone who wants to try and figure out.so far-no one has and its been 3 years and all over the place.ok all of these are diagnosed in 1 person-pneumonitis,encephalopathy,acute respiratory failure,other convulsions,nonpsycotic mental disorder,leukocytosis unspeified,altered mental status,LDH,abnormal coagulation profile,psychosocial,abnormal brain function,mood problem,raynaud's syndrome,transient alteration of awareness,memory loss,spells,convulsions,anxiety problem,nerve disorder,mental health problem,chronic fatigue,joint pain,ptsd,seizure disorder,sleep disorder,headache,myalgia.now this is mess is not all either.35 year old female.the only meds currently being prescribed-Xanax 2mg bars and pot.many symptoms are getting worse,crippling the woman slowly but can't find any help though the female is insured.thoughts anyone?
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Hi please dont make excuses for your husbands behavior, abuse is abuse whether it be physical or mental, I suffered in an abusive marriage/relationship for 28 years never got the courage to leave although I wanted to for many many years, he used to blame it on me say it was my fault, that I wasnt well (I have bipolar and borderline personality disorder)and that that was causing the problems, I see a psychotherapist I am in the UK so my doc prescribed 10 sessions that were free for me she really made me open my eyes see what was happening around me and that my disorders were not an excuse for abuse, I then see my husband for what he was, A controlling bully. One day out of nowhere I just told him enough was enough that I wasnt doing it anymore, any of it. That was 3 years ago I still am suffering from my disorders and am about to start a new course of psychotherapy but without a life of abuse.My new partner is understanding, patient, and willing to help me rather than abuse me.
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I would go to a Dynamic Relationship psychologist.
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hello-i have a rancidly great puzzle for anyone who wants to try and figure out.so far-no one has and its been 3 years and all over the place.ok all of these are diagnosed in 1 person-pneumonitis,encephalopathy,acute respiratory failure,other convulsions,nonpsycotic mental disorder,leukocytosis unspeified,altered mental status,LDH,abnormal coagulation profile,psychosocial,abnormal brain function,mood problem,raynaud's syndrome,transient alteration of awareness,memory loss,spells,convulsions,anxiety problem,nerve disorder,mental health problem,chronic fatigue,joint pain,ptsd,seizure disorder,sleep disorder,headache,myalgia.now this is mess is not all either.35 year old female.the only meds currently being prescribed-Xanax 2mg bars and pot.many symptoms are getting worse,crippling the woman slowly but can't find any help though the female is insured.thoughts anyone?

What's your diet like? Sounds like you're being poisoned by processed foods.
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I HAVE SPENT DAYS LOOKING ON EVERY WEBSITE I CAN THINK OF TO SEE IF A PSYCHOLOGIST IF LISCENCED IN A CERTAN STATE. I AM LOOKING TO SEE ABOUT ONE IN THE STATE OF OKLAHOMA AND IF HE IS NOT WHAT CAN I DO ABOUT IT?
Here's the link to the Oklahoma State Board of Examiners of Psychologists.
(Sorry this site won't actually let me post links until I have a bigger score. This seems totally stupid but I can't do anything about it.)

They have a search page where you can search a particular name to see if that person is a registered psychologist of Oklahoma:
(can't give you this link either)

Other than them you can contact the American Psychological Association: (guess what??? I think you've figured it out by now...)

But it's probably best to start with your state's organizations first.

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I found mine on psychology today looking for psychodynamic.. Best therapist ever, he is credentialed with abpp which is supposed to be some high credential . What a difference a good therapist makes.. my T however would just say its about the fit ,and downplay his credentials , pretty humble about it even though he is brilliant.

Try looking up abpp they have a locater for psychologists.. might find a good one.
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take test with a psychologist who you can find out if they prescribe adhd medicine. i passed the test was prescribed and got prescribed right after test was takin.
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Is it possible to add a 'psychiatry' forum. We have one for PSychotherapy which I have occasionally posted about my doctors appointments but we really need to be able to post threads unique to our experiences with the psychiatrist.
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Hi guys, I'm going through a bad time, I would say for the last year. My job is insecure, relationship broke 6 months ago and financial problems. I think I'm depressed, but I don't know how to figure out if I am or not, my brain seems clouded all the time. My studies are going wrong because I'm unable to retain anything. Did anyone here experience sumthing like that here....I need some advice on what to try
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