Talking about Mental Health, Anxiety, Depression, Meditation,& Therapy

with Dr. Randie Schacter


This episode is all about therapy, social distancing, mental health, depression.

You don’t want to miss this if:

👉🏾You know someone who is depressed

👉🏾You know someone with anxiety

👉🏾You want to understand different types of therapy

👉🏾 You are interested in better understanding mental health

👉🏾You are thinking about going for therapy

👉🏾 You or someone you know is in therapy

👉🏾 You want tips to cope during lockdowns

👉🏾 You want to understand what a psychiatrist does

About Dr. Randie Schacter

Dr. Schacter received her undergraduate degree from UCLA with a major in psychology. She attended medical school at New York College of Osteopathic Medicine. Dr. Schacter then completed an Osteopathic Internship at Massapequa General Hospital. HerGeneral Psychiatry Residency was completed at LIJ-Zucker-Hillside Hospital and a Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Fellowship through LIJ-Schneider Children’s. She is dually board-certified in General Psychiatry and Child/Adolescent Psychiatry through the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology. While training at LIJ, she received additional training specializing in Dialectical Behavioral Therapy. Moving to Charlotte, NC, in 2006, she continued working with patients on inpatient and outpatient services with the Novant health system.

In 2010, she left Novant and opened her private practice, and worked as the psychiatrist for The Renfrew Center in Charlotte (one of the many locations of the nation’s first and largest eating disorder treatment facilities). In 2011 she transitioned from Renfrew to full-time in private practice where she treats primarily women and children. She is the Charlotte Area Psychiatric Society Past-President. True to her osteopathic training, she practices a holistic approach to medicine and believes strongly in the importance of treating the mind and body to help promote wellness. Dr. Schacter enjoys spending time with her family, creating pottery, cooking, traveling, gardening, and spending time with friends. Combining her passions of caring for the well-being of others she has recently launched an interactive, in-person program to navigate stress and burnout for vaccinated women physicians. She leverages her talents in stress management with CBT training, mindfulness training and combines them with creating art, facilitating connections, and all accompanied by farm-to-table preservative-free delicacies.

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