She was previously an ophthalmologist.
Education and Training
Medical Academy of Latvia
Latvian Med Academy, Riga, Latvia (Fn: -) 1964
LATVIJAS UNIV MED FAK 1964
Dr. Inna Kogan MD's Expert Contributions
I advise to show your son to a child psychiatrist. In addition, engage him in sports, perhaps travel. READ MORE
Anxiety can be treated in different ways and very successfully. Lorazepam has a lot of side effects, including withdrawals, addiction, and memory problems. It could be recommended for a short time only. READ MORE
There are the multiple reasons for your fatigue: several medical problems, including low thyroid function, low blood pressure, etc. It could be a result of stress, insomnia, long working hours, depression, etc. READ MORE
Not a good idea. It markedly decreases the effectiveness of treatment. READ MORE
To suggest to see a psychiatrist is not offensive!! The stigma is: if you see a psychiatrist, you must be crazy. How wrong! READ MORE
Often runs in the family READ MORE
It is very important to find out the reason for her depression. There was some disappointment, perhaps rejection, that happened recently. She needs to share it with you or a psychiatrist. READ MORE
It is not normal, but is common. You can get rid of it by assessment by psychiatrist and appropriate treatment. READ MORE
You must learn how to control your anger. You can learn it. Psychotherapy, appropriate evaluation by psychiatrist and medication management will help READ MORE
OCD is a debilitating psychiatric problem. Therapy and appropriate medicine arrangement can help. READ MORE
Definitely, psychotherapy can help to overcome his stress READ MORE
Psychotherapy and antidepressants READ MORE
I was sexually abused as a child and now as my marriage is approaching, I am beginning to freak out. What should I do?
Did you have a chance to know your future husband? Take it slow, analyze, give yourself and him time to to know each other, talk to your friend or have a few sessions with psychiatrist READ MORE
It often runs in the family. READ MORE
You have a lot of uncertainty about yourself, a lot of unanswered questions. Psychotherapy can help you to find the answers. It will help a lot. Why do you hesitate? It will help you to learn about yourself, your needs, etc. READ MORE
Psychotherapy can help you to discover the reason and help to overcome your fear READ MORE
Yes, it can, but before this assumption, be sure to consult the urologist and family practitioner to rule out any organic causes of it. READ MORE
The best result could be achieved with combination of appropriate medications and psychotherapy READ MORE
He needs to find the goal and purpose of his life and go forward to achieve it READ MORE
Yes, first of all you have to eliminate your “issues”, show her your love and full attention, let her know she is the only one and only, let her feel again loved and beautiful. And you will be surprised...! READ MORE
Take her to the doctor to find out the origin of the pain, follow doctors recommendations. No matter what is her diagnosis she would benefit from antidepressant. You have to be very patient and supportive READ MORE
Your fear is very debilitating. See psychiatrist. Appropriate psychotherapy will help you overcome it READ MORE
Possible. Could be anxiety as well. Diabetes must to be ruled out READ MORE
If severe and interferes with her life, it is possible the symptom is of OCD. READ MORE
Must be tapered down gradually, then stopped. It will prevent withdrawal. READ MORE
Don’t advertise it, spend more time with your baby. Think how much he depends on you, how vulnerable he is, how much he needs you. You will learn to love him. You just probably are exhausted. READ MORE
Psychotherapy will help READ MORE
Continuous and severe stress may lead to medical conditions READ MORE
Areas of expertise and specialization
Faculty Titles & Positions
- Clinical Professor The University of Texas Sotheestern Medical School at Dallas - 2017
- Bipolar Disorder
- Dallas Co Hp-Parkland Mem, Psychiatry
- Methodist Health System Dallas Program
- Parkland Health & Hospital System
- University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center
Professional Society Memberships
- Member and Former Chairman of the Association of Women Psychiatrists, Dallas Area
Articles and Publications
What do you attribute your success to?
- Hard work, dedication, her love for her patients, and her desire to improve the world.
Hobbies / Sports
- Classical Music, Reading, Traveling
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- What is Autistic Disorder
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- How To Help Your Loved One Combat Geriatric Depression
Clinical depression is very common in elderly people. While the cause of depression is different depending on the individual, one of the main reasons behind geriatric depression is loneliness. Family members usually focus on the physical health of their elders and deliberately ignore another...
- What are the Symptoms of Bipolar Disorder?
Bipolar disorder is a complex mental disorder that leads to uncontrollable mood swings and severe risky behaviors. Otherwise known as manic-depressive disorder, this mental condition is associated with moods that sway between depression and mania. When an individual is not experiencing moods of...
- Why Do Hallucinations Happen?
IntroductionHallucinations are sensations that people perceive as real, but in reality, are only created by their mind. A person's five senses are often affected. Examples are hearing voices without anyone around or seeing images that are not real. Such symptoms are may due to mental illnesses, drug...
- Is ADHD Lifelong?
ADHD is often regarded as a childhood disorder. ADHD patients are usually inattentive, impulsive, and hyperactive. About 60% of these children will experience the condition throughout their entire life. In the US, more than 4% of the adults are living with ADHD. Unfortunately, a bigger fraction of...
- The Science Behind Depression: What Happens in Your Brain
Although the causes of depression are often associated with tragic life events, pregnancy, retirement, or conflicts in a relationship, this complex disorder is scientifically believed to be caused by a chemical imbalance. This chemical imbalance can be a result of a genetic vulnerability,...
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