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Can I meet with a psychiatrist regarding my spouse/friend/child?
 

Can I meet with a psychiatrist regarding my spouse/friend/child?

Many people find it stressful to have a family member who is suffering from mental illness. We are happy to meet with patents who would like in assistance in coping with this type of stress. However, it is impossible for us to provide treatment to family member who is not willing to come for an appointment. 

 

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