Bernard D. Beitman, M.D has a private practice of psychiatry at 1020 E. Jefferson St in Charlottesville, Virginia. He specializes in younger adults ages 20-40 with depression, anxiety disorders, and bipolar disorder. He prefers to see patients needing both psychotherapy and pharmacotherapy and does see patients for medication management only.
He has written several books. Learning Psychotherapy received two national awards for its interactive training program for psychiatric residents. He is internationally known for research in panic disorder and chest pain and has edited several books about how to integrate pharmacotherapy and psychotherapy.
He went to Swarthmore College, Yale Medical School and did his psychiatric residency at Stanford. He was chair of psychiatry of the University of Missouri-Columbia medical school for 17 years. In high school and college, he was captain of the baseball team. He was scouted by the Oakland Raiders pro football team and played rugby at Yale.
He has written Connecting with Coincidence (2016) and is currently writing a Textbook of Coincidence Studies to help establish this new field.
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