Dr. Dunnewold explains which doctors are qualified to treat premenstrual dysphoric disorder (PMDD).
I think that OB/GYNs can treat it, family doctors can treat it if they have some knowledge of it, psychologists and counselors and nurse midwives, anybody who really has an interest and has taken the time to figure out what are the strategies that really work. So many medical and mental health professionals can if they have researched it.
About Dr. Ann Dunnewold, M.A., Ph.D.:
Dr. Ann Dunnewold is a licensed psychologist practicing in Dallas, Texas. With 25 years experience helping women cope with life issues, Ann assist in addressing parental guilt and worry, creating a balance between family, self and work, postpartum depression, couples counseling and more. She received her M.A. and Ph.D in counseling Psychology from Ohio State University and is registered by the National Register of Health Service Providers in Psychology. Dr. Dunnewold uses an eclectic therapy approach to focus on the here and now and changes thinking to change behaviors.
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