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January 22, 2004

Complementary medicine re-establishes psychiatry service

UPMC Shadyside’s Center for Complementary Medicine has re-established its integrative psychiatry service under the direction of Ronald Glick, assistant professor of family medicine at the School of Medicine.

“Our focus is to offer an integrated holistic approach to mental health treatment for individuals with problems related to stress, anxiety and depression, as well as related conditions such as pain,” Glick said. In addition to traditional psychopharmacology, Glick will counsel individuals on nutrition and supplements as well as other activities and life-style changes.

Psychotherapists will offer services beyond the traditional psychotherapies: eye movement desensitization and reprocessing, biofeedback, relaxation training, guided imagery and gestalt therapy.

Other services include yoga and meditation classes.

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