Brooklyn Psychiatrists - New York

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(917) 566-5628
Court Street, Brooklyn, NY 11201
Victims No More Inc.
(718) 541-5680
2920 Avenue R Ste 239, Brooklyn, NY 11229
US Department of Veterans Affairs Brooklyn Va Medical Center
(718) 491-2596
800 Poly Pl, Brooklyn, NY 11209
Kingsboro Psychiatric Center
(718) 221-7700
681 Clarkson Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11203
Brooklyn Center For Psychotherapy Inc
(718) 622-2000
300 Flatbush Ave Fl 2, Brooklyn, NY 11217
Institute for Community Living Inc
(718) 855-4035
50 Nevins St, Brooklyn, NY 11217
South Beach Park Manor
(718) 871-3937
570 Coney Island Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11218
Helen Schwartz Md
(718) 921-3518
584 Bay Ridge Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11220
Glendale Mental Health Clinic
(718) 456-7001
6729 Myrtle Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11237
Alexander Heisman
(718) 449-1705
3045 Ocean Pkwy Ste 1A, Brooklyn, NY 11235
M Carlin Md
(718) 797-1583
95 Pierrepont St, Brooklyn, NY 11201
Omni Psychiatric Services Pc
(718) 491-9191
352 77th St, Brooklyn, NY 11209
Ludmila Shapiro
(718) 223-9727
100 Oceana Dr W, Brooklyn, NY 11235
Brooklyn Community Counseling Center Inc
(718) 338-4622
1651 Coney Island Ave # 200, Brooklyn, NY 11230
Jewish Board of Family & Childrens Services
(718) 946-6398
3602 Mermaid Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11224
New York State Office Of Mental Health
(718) 855-3131
250 Baltic St, Brooklyn, NY 11201
(718) 431-0009
79 CHURCH AVE, Brooklyn, NY 11218
Ny Psychiatric
(347) 275-2147
6415 Bay Pkwy, Brooklyn, NY 11204
New York Methodist Hospital
(718) 780-3000
506 6th St, Brooklyn, NY 11215
Ascension Therapeutic Management
(718) 541-5680
2920 Avenue R Ste 240, Brooklyn, NY 11229
New York Psychiatric Services
(718) 331-3800
6415 Bay Pkwy, Brooklyn, NY 11204
Abir Fereydoon Md Pc
(718) 453-4311
866 Dekalb Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11221
Brooklyn Children Center
(718) 221-4500
1819 Bergen St, Brooklyn, NY 11233
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Counseling for Diabetics

by: Milos Pesic

If you have been diagnosed with diabetes, you need counseling. In fact, you need several different forms of counseling to help you manage your disease properly. The key to living well with diabetes is education.

You may experience depression when you are first diagnosed, and mental counseling is a good idea. Mental therapy will help you to accept the condition, and help you to see that life really is going to move forward, and that you can still move forward with it.

The next kind of counseling you need is nutritional counseling. A nutritional counselor can work with you and your doctor to help devise a meal plan for you. The meal plan will be designed to help control your blood sugar levels, and to help you lose weight if that is needed as well.

If you have been prescribed medication, you need pharmaceutical counseling. This is done with your pharmacist when you pick up your prescriptions. It is vital that you take the time needed for this counseling. Plan it in advance, and make sure that you ask any questions that you may have.

You should also have a counseling session with your doctor. During this session, you should ask any questions that you may have. You should also learn about the complications that can arise with diabetes, what to be on the lookout for, proper foot care, and a variety of other information. Learn as much as you possibly can, and seek out other sources of information as well.

Ask your doctor about support groups for diabetics in your area. These groups will really be a big help. Everyone in the group has been exactly where you are, and you can learn a lot concerning foods, exercise, health concerns, and even insurance coverage.

With all of this counseling, you will see that you do not have to fear your condition. You are just as capable of living a normal life today as you were before you were diagnosed with diabetes. It isn't a death sentence. You are not going to be limited or confined in any way -- as long as you manage your diabetes properly.

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