Dr. William Roman, MD
I attended Boston University School of Medicine and trained at Yale University. This led to practice at Bellevue and Woodhull Hospitals, and private practice in Bushwick. My specialties are depression, bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, substance abuse, and anxiety disorders in adults, but I can consult on whatever is troubling you. Currently my practice is mainly medication management. I concede that while medications are helpful, they are not necessarily the key to the solution. I caution against placing too much stock in what they can do. I have seen many people search endlessly for the right and perfect medication when there may be no such thing. And I have found that stopping medications (with care) can be as useful as starting them. In my experience, controlled substances are good at throwing a blanket over a problem but fail to address it head on. Medications like Xanax and Klonopin have some place in the treatment of mood, psychotic, and anxiety disorders, but over time can themselves become a problem. Similarly, I am wary of using stimulants to treat attention disorders.
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- American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology
- Psychiatry (Psychiatry and Neurology)
Education and training
- Medical School - Boston University, Doctor of Medicine
- Yale-New Haven Hospital (Residency)
William Roman, M.D.
1009 Broadway, #208
Brooklyn, NY 11221