Yes, and in my opinion that makes for a good psychiatrist.
He once said to me that he will never put in what he can’t take out (I don’t know what that means).
We do the “head meds,” then we always laugh at whatever we’re talking about.
I think the pdocs I’ve had have been fairly conventional.
My pdoc likes to take things slow and only small changes at a time. I used to be frustrated with this but now I am actually grateful for that
I think it’s good she won’t put you on a typical AP. I’m not going to go into details about this since I don’t really know much about it, but I was told by a pretty liberal (and convincing) doctor that typical APs are much worse than they seem, and that they should be avoided as long as there are alternatives and you haven’t already been on them for a while.