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Dr. John Tumeh is a Diplomate of the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology with board certification in Adult Psychiatry. He earned his Bachelor of Arts from the College of William and Mary, followed by earning his Doctor of Medicine (M.D.) from the University of Virginia School of Medicine. He subsequently completed residency in General Adult Psychiatry at University of Pittsburgh's Western Psychiatric Institute and Clinic.
Dr. Tumeh has vast experience treating the full spectrum of psychiatric disorders including but not limited to Mood (e.g. Depression, Bipolar Disorder), Anxiety, Personality Disorders, Addiction, Psychotic Disorders, Personality Disorders, Eating disorders, Geriatric Psychiatry, Dementia and more.
Psychotherapy, the "talk therapy" used in psychiatry, is an integral part of his practice. Dr. Tumeh has extensive experience in various forms of psychotherapy including Psychodynamic, Cognitive Behavioral, Interpersonal, and Family therapies in addition to Motivational Interviewing and Couples therapy.
Healing of the psyche, the Greek word for "soul" or "spirit" requires that one attend to his/her spiritual, moral, psychological, biological and social/environmental states. These domains are interconnected and highly influence one another. A patient in need of healing will often return to and address his/her foundational and guiding principles and truths to "reset" his direction. Next, the patient will benefit from psychological work with a professional to adequately address and correct any faulty thinking patterns that may be negatively impacting his/her wellbeing. When necessary, medications are used to augment this work by correcting for biological problems that may be contributing to pathology. Finally, regular exercise when possible is very helpful for maintaining a healthy psyche.
Dr. Tumeh meets people in whatever psychological state they are in. He listens to their problems and asks questions to further delve into their struggles and to arrive at root issues and sources of conflict. Such issues include past and current experiences (e.g. upbringing, family dynamics, trauma, biological underpinnings, etc.), cognitive distortions (e.g. unhelpful patterns of thinking) among others. He works with patients to explore ways of addressing and overcoming sources of conflict and tension and assists them in developing more effective ways of coping. When necessary and helpful, he augments his work with the use of psychiatric medications.
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