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Working Professionals: FAQ


Do you feel trapped with:

  • Work stress

  • Excessive workload

  • Deadlines and time pressures

  • Low control and autonomy

  • No work-life balance

  • Meaningless tasks

  • Back-to-back meetings

  • Office gossip

  • Toxic culture

  • Constant self-doubt

  • Low self-esteem

Do you struggle internally with burnout, depression, anxiety, or other distress? Do these symptoms get in the way of your work, relationships, and daily responsibilities?

A few facts:

  • 76% of US employees experience burnout

  • 32-44% are exhausted physically, mentally, and emotionally

  • 19-26% have low motivation and show poor effort at work

  • Depression is the #1 cause of disability

  • Depression affects 6.7% of the US population annually; only 62% receive treatment

  • Anxiety is the #1 mental disorder in the US

  • Anxiety affects 18% of the US population annually; only 37% receive treatment

  • 50% of those who suffer from depression also struggle with anxiety


My training offers an in-depth understanding of the nuances when diagnosing, treating, or prescribing medications for high achievers with intense workloads and schedules. One major hesitation is medication may cause daytime sleepiness or brain fog that interfere with your work. I worked in the corporate world before my medical training - I understand.

Every patient is different, and my recommendations are always made on a case-by-case analysis. If together we determine that medication is beneficial, I’ll walk you through different options, thoroughly explaining risks, benefits, alternatives, and potential side effects, so you can be fully informed and content with your next steps.

A few examples:

  • Some antidepressants, like trazodone, can be sedating and help with sleep. However, in the case of trazodone, you may also need to look for morning grogginess.

  • Some bipolar medications (carbamazepine, oxcarbazepine) and supplements for depression (St John’s Wort) increase an enzyme in your liver called CYP3A4, which ramps up the clearance of oral contraceptive pills (OCP), making your OCP less effective.

My Masters in Psychopharmacology and Applied Psychology add even more insight on all things medication and human behavior. Let me help you feel your best and find fulfillment in the workplace.

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