Dr. David Greenfield is a psychologist practicing in West Hartford, CT. Dr. Greenfield specializes in the treatment of health mental problems, and helps people to cope with their mental illnesses. As a psychologist, Dr. Greenfield evaluates and treats patients through a variety of methods, most typically being psychotherapy or talk therapy. Patients usually visit Dr. Greenfield because they have been experiencing depression, anxiety, stress or anger for a significant period of time and are seeking help. Psychologists may perform a variety of exams and assessments to diagnose a mental condition.
Education and Training
Texas Tech University PhD 1986
Fairleigh Dickenson University MS 2017
New York University MA 1980
American Board of Addiction Medicine
Dr. Dr. David N. Greenfield's Expert Contributions
Yes, but you should consider get some treatment with a good psychologist or psychiatrist; anxiety disorders are very treatable with some help. READ MORE
No... just be in a relationship READ MORE
There’s not a lot of research yet on effectiveness of these kinds of treatments READ MORE
Yes it can READ MORE
Take a look at the book “The Porn Trap” READ MORE
Generally, there are specific antidepressants that can be safe; the prescribing doctor will have to evaluate the risk/benefit factors in deciding. If the psychiatric medications are being prescribed by someone other than her OB-GYN, then they should collaborate. READ MORE
Many people. About 1/3 do need to stay on them for their lifetime, based on numerous diagnostic factors. Others can use them for a period of time, typically not less than 6 months. Speak to your prescriber about his/her recommendations. READ MORE
Yes, it can. Often, we experience strong emotional reaction to physical or emotional changes or losses. Seeing a psychologist or therapist can help in these situations. There is a strong relationship between physical and emotional health. READ MORE
Meditation, mindfulness, exercise, social connection, getting plenty of rest, talking it out, taking breaks at work can all help manage stress. Also, cut yourself some slack and not having to be or do things perfectly. READ MORE
That's not a typical reaction so there may be something that occurs during summer that is painful or uncomfortable for you; something in your situation may change during summer that is contributing to your feeling depressed. Perhaps seeing a psychologist or therapist might be helpful here. READ MORE
It’s probably not a bad idea to get a consultation with a mental health professional psychologist psychiatrist or therapist of some type can help diagnose and advise you on which way to go; nothing to be ashamed of. Dr. David Greenfield READ MORE
Areas of expertise and specialization
- American Psychological Association
- American Society of Addiction Medicine
Dr. Dr. David N. Greenfield's Practice location
West Hartford, CT 06437Get Direction
West Hartford, CT 06107Get Direction
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