Does Dr. Ablow offer psychotherapy?
Yes. Dr. Ablow is trained in insight-oriented individual psychotherapy and marriage therapy and has written extensively on its importance in healing and empowering people.
Does Dr. Ablow offer medication management/psychopharmacology services?
Yes. Dr. Ablow is an expert in using medications to help defeat major depression, bipolar disorder, panic disorder, addictions, PTSD, attention deficit disorder, sleep disorders, obsessive-compulsive disorder and many other conditions.
Is Dr. Ablow Board Certified?
Dr. Ablow is Board Certified in Adult, Adolescent and Forensic Psychiatry by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology.
I don’t live in Boston or New York, where Dr. Ablow has his offices. Does Dr. Ablow offer treatment by phone or Skype?
Dr. Ablow treats people all over the United States and in several foreign countries using phone and Skype.
Does Dr. Ablow treat adolescents and children, too?
Dr. Ablow treats patients of all ages, but patients younger than 12-years-of-age must be seen face-to-face in one of his offices.
Dr. Ablow testifies as an expert witness on psychiatry in courts. How do I get him involved in my legal case?
You may contact our office personally or invite your attorney to do so. Dr. Ablow has testified around the country in criminal cases and civil cases.
Which of Dr. Ablow’s books is most important to read to understand his treatment philosophy?
Patients of Dr. Ablow often find that reading Living the Truth: Transform Your Life through the Power of Insight and Honesty is very helpful to them.
Where did Dr. Ablow get his training?
Dr. Ablow graduated Brown University with a degree in neurosciences, with highest honors. He then completed the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine and a psychiatry residency at Tufts Medical School/New England Medical Center Hospitals.