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Video instructions and help with filling out and completing Will Form 5495 Appointed

Instructions and Help about Will Form 5495 Appointed

Hey everybody, thanks for checking back today. I'm sitting down with my friend Barry Lieberman, who is a psychiatrist, and we are answering your questions about psychiatry, medication, and more. So stay tuned. If someone makes an appointment to see a psychiatrist, what do they expect? How long do you see them? Is there a ton of paperwork to fill out? All of that jazz. What kind of questions are you going to ask? Well, the difference is what they expect and what they actually get is often different. People often expect some little man in a white coat to just stare at them like a fish. In all of my years, maybe in the hospital, I kept one here for years just for fun, to take one out and intimidate somebody who's already here on a second appointment. "I need to wear this now." Very good. But in fact, most people go to a psychiatrist, and yes, they will often fill out a form and provide their medical history. I don't do that because I'd rather ask the questions myself and do a more focused personal interview. But you usually want to know about the person, the history of their problem, and their medical conditions and stuff like that. Typically, a first session should and always should be at least nearly an hour to really get to know what's going on with that person. Yeah, and I agree. I think that, I'm sure you feel this way, but sometimes, especially first appointments, an hour goes by like no, and I can barely get a full history. If we're talking about work or school issues or family history or medical history, an hour isn't really very long. No, it isn't. And in fact, it really isn't any different for a...