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Dr. Jacobson, a graduate of Cornell University, the Medical College of Wisconsin, and the UCLA / San Fernando Valley Psychiatry Residency Program, is a Board-Certified Psychiatrist who has been in private practice in the Los Angeles area since 1999.
He specializes in insight-oriented psychotherapy, cognitive-behavior therapy, spiritual psychotherapy, couples therapy, equine-assisted psychotherapy, hypnotherapy, and past life regression therapy.
He’s also a Motivational & Inspirational Speaker and a Mastery Of Life Mentor guiding people towards the fulfillment of their goals and dreams.
He has authored his first book, Forgive To Win!, which teaches people techniques for building self-esteem, eliminating sabotaging behaviors, and creating the lives that they want.
Shrink Rap, podcasts at My Three Shrinks, and tweets at @shrinkraproy. He can be found on LinkedIn. " />
Steven Roy Daviss, MD, is chair of Psychiatry at Baltimore Washington Medical Center, clinical assistant professor at University of Maryland, and past-president of Maryland Psychiatric Society. He is double-boarded in Psychiatry and in Psychosomatic Medicine and is a Distinguished Fellow of the American Psychiatric Association.
He is co-author of Shrink Rap: Three Psychiatrists Explain their Work, published in May 2011 by Johns Hopkins University Press. Dr. Daviss' interests include health care policy and reform, health informatics, and use of HIT and social media in health care. Dr. Daviss is Co-Chair of the CCHIT Behavioral Health Work Group, Chair of the American Psychiatric Association's Committee on Electronic Health Records, and is a member of the Health Standards Committee for URAC.
He also serves on the Maryland Health Care Commission's Health Information Exchange Policy Board and on the board of directors of the Anne Arundel County Mental Health Agency. He is currently pursuing a clinical informatics degree at Oregon Health Sciences University, merging his clinical and administrative experience with health care policy, informatics, and health care reform.
Dr. Daviss blogs at Shrink Rap, podcasts at My Three Shrinks, and tweets at @shrinkraproy. He can be found on LinkedIn.