COVID-19 and Mental Health Issues: The Changing Picture
Dr. Jason Levine, Clinical Psychologist in private practice in Los Angeles that specializes in Substance Use Disorders, Anxiety, Depression, LGBTQ+ issues, and anger management joins eHealth Radio and the Mental Health & Health News Channels.
Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels and guest Dr. Jason Levine discuss the following:
How has the pandemic impacted people with previous mental health or substance abuse challenges?
What are some things people can do to lessen their anxiety or depression?
What is the CBT Model of treatment?
What do you see as challenges ahead as the pandemic numbers increase and there is uncertainty around when things will get better?
How can loved ones get involved if they see issues developing with someone in their family?
Dr. Levine is a licensed Clinical Psychologist born, raised, and clinically trained in New York. He has held a number of leadership positions throughout the years and is currently in private practice in Los Angeles, CA. His most recent position was as Senior Executive Director of Promises Treatment Centers in Malibu.
Dr. Levine offers expert treatment for those who seek a caring and highly experienced treatment provider. He offers highly individualized cognitive behavioral and psychodynamic treatment in his specialty areas of substance use, anxiety and depression, LGBTQ+, persons with HIV/AIDS, anger management and smoking cessation treatment. Dr. Levine has been trained at the Mayo Clinic in their Tobacco Specialist Training Program to provide expert vaping, chew and smoking cessation services.
Dr. Levine received his doctorate from the New School for Social Research in New York City and has since been providing clinical treatment and administrative oversight to a myriad of cutting-edge programs for over 25 years. Dr. Levine has always made it his priority to implement the most innovative treatment solutions for the most challenging issues.
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