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The most common disorders I encounter tend to be schizophrenia and bipolar disorder.
My clinical focus is on treating these disorders through psychotherapy - a mixture of therapy and medication.
My speciality other than my graduate degree is law.
I focus on positive reinforcement and mentoring.
No, my methods have worked.
The biggest misconception that the public should know is that those people with a mental challenges are very smart and many of them are law-abiding.
I participate in volunteer activities to minimize the stigma of mental illness and also fundraise for research.
I see my own psychiatrist once a year.
Donna Kakonge, BJ, MA, TESOL, LLB, ABD
These are common disorders where people tend to receive treatment for. They manifest in ways where people tend to require hospitalization. Unlike personality disorders where more often than not people do not tend to receive treatment. Plus schizophrenia and bipolar disorders are my area of specializations.
I do have many, many examples, however due to confidentiality I cannot discuss them in detail. I can tell you one example where one client of mine who has bipolar disorder went from being a scared but brave and brilliant master's student in Education to a married, second child on the way and a soon-to-be PhD Candidate at a prestigious university. I hope that helps. If you like more Q & A, I would need to propose additional credit. I hope this helps. I am now ready to rated.
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