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Talk to a private psychologist and arrange for the test. You can do it anonymously or with an assumed name. There is no reason to have a permanent record of this test between you and your psychologist.
Fantastic. I was told that I had to use my social security number when I took the test, and that is just not something I am going to do.
Let me check to make sure that this is not a new ruling. It was never that way before Please give me a moment.
And how do I find someone who is a experienced with ADD - bipolar - perimenopause fun? Not something I can ask my friends about.
I see no changes. Let me check one more place, but I do not think so. GIve me another moment please.. Tell me your city and state and I will give you some contacts. Do you have insurance needs?
Salt Lake City, UT and from what I have read of the reams of forms I have filled out at doctor's offices I have NO real privacy if I use insurance. Computer privacy is a total oxymoron. Esp since we have already had the state "allow" access by hackers into our Medicare files.
Then go private. My private patients have no public records whatsoever unless they are insurance. Use cash.
Let me find someone who can help you in your area.
Thank you. I will do exactly that. I gather you agree with my assessment? Or are you just providing me with support? :) I would love the list of specialist you can refer me to here.
I could best assess you in person with a great deal of back and forth dialogue but I shall provide you with the names of some good therapists in your area.
Dr. Jeff Kocherhans, psychologist
Carie B. Schwartz, PsyD1104 Ashton Ave. Suite 212Salt Lake City, Utah 84106(NNN) NNN-NNNN/p>
Robert Jay Thomas, Psychologist
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If I can be of further assistance please feel free to get back to me.
Elliott, MAE, LPCC, NCC, CCMHC
Sorry. I went off to get my tea. Thank you for the list.
You are very welcome. May I ask what kind of tea?
Oolong. Re-steepable all day and tastes OK if its ice cold in the morning.
I love oolong and put all my tea in the fridge. :)
I wish you great success and shall keep you in my prayers for healing and well-being.
One more thought. Does the caffeine affect you?
Steep all day and it is stronger.
Too funny. When I go to the hard stuff (black tea with tons of sugar) I know I am having a bad day. And I cannot drink anything stronger than oolong after 2 pm if I want to sleep at all at night. (and I usually manage to go to sleep around 3 am unless I use chemical help). My maternal grandmother was the same.
My advice is to avoid the chemical sleep aids.
The tons of sugar will give you a quick boost and then a big letdown.
Mine too. And most of those other drugs I have been offered have had such a host of side effects that I feel worse than I did with my original complaint. The oolong has helped wean me off the sugar-tea I drank for 35+ years.
I also recommend Yerba Mate (mah tay)
A South American herb with some caffeine and good medicinal properties.
For calming and antioxidants.
The girly tea? Not to my taste. Lucky me, I am a highly-sensitive-person who is also very picky. My roommate swears by rooibos.
Yerba mate is drunk by the gauchos (cowboys).
What I meant was that it has been recommended consistently to help with my "female" problems. No offense meant. :)
No offense taken. I didn't know it had those properties.
I just looked up rooibos and now I want to try it.
The caramel and the toffee flavoured ones (Fava Tea) fill our home with a wonderful smell.
Thank you for your help and have a lovely evening.