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Psycho-Babble Guest Experts

From time to time, experts on various topics visit Psycho-Babble and respond to questions. This page lists those questions.

Please feel free to contribute to the discussion at Psycho-Babble Administration about potential future guest experts.

The participation of guest experts is intended to provide information and not advice. Their responses should *not* be considered diagnosis or treatment. One of them may suggest an option to consider, but do *not* infer that his or her professional opinion is that you personally should choose that option. What specifically to do for yourself or a loved one you should discuss with a knowledgeable professional in person.


Elliott Richelson, MD

Donald C. and Lucy Dayton Professor of Psychiatry and Pharmacology at Mayo Medical School.

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Andrew A. Nierenberg, MD

Associate Professor of Psychiatry at Harvard University.

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Thomas A. M. Kramer, MD

Clinical Associate Professor of Psychiatry at Northwestern University and Psychopharmacology Today columnist at Medscape.


Valerie Davis Raskin, MD

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Elliot S. Gershon, MD

Chairman and Foundations Fund Professor of Psychiatry here at the University of Chicago.

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Steven D. Hollon, PhD

Professor of Psychology at Vanderbilt University.

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Maureen P. Dymek, PhD

Assistant Professor of Psychiatry here at the University of Chicago.

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John La Puma, MD

Medical Director of the Santa Barbara Institute for Medical Nutrition and Healthy Weight and formerly Clinical Associate Professor of Medicine here at the University of Chicago.

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Charles L. Bowden, MD

Nancy Ullman Karren Professor and Chairman of Psychiatry and Professor of Pharmacology at the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio.

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Tom Grimes

Author of the book, "WILL@epicqwest.com : A Medicated Memoir". He says:

I've dealt with, and have thought a lot about, the effects of medication and mood disorders on creativity. Like, um, right now, I should be writing my novel, but my head's been a little fuzzy the past couple of days.

Anyway, how this all figures into our lives, and our culture, is what WILL@epicqwest.com is about, so I'm happy to talk about it. Readers at least will find it pretty funny, amidst all the anxiety and searching for the right meds.

My publisher has a web site for the book. There are reviews, and on the subsequent page, which pops up after a few seconds, there's an interview with me, and a link to chapters 1-4.


Erika Schmidt, LCSW

A faculty member at the Institute for Clinical Social Work and the Child and Adolescent Psychotherapy Training Program at the Institute for Psychoanalysis, both here in Chicago.


Kali Munro, MEd

An online psychotherapist and support group facilitator and host -- and the author of the article on how to resolve conflict online linked to by the FAQ. She also offers other self-help resources at her site and has a private practice in Toronto. Her clinical specialties include trauma, relationships, body image, and sexuality.

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Revised: August 10, 2004
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Copyright 2004 Robert Hsiung.