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Understanding Dual Diagnosis: How an Addiction Psychiatrist Addresses Co-occurring Mental Health and Substance Use Disorders

Dual diagnosis, also known as co-occurring disorders, is a complex condition where an individual experiences both a mental health disorder and a substance use disorder simultaneously. Evaluating and treating dual…

Understanding Depression: Insights from Dr. Matthew Goldenberg, D.O.

Depression is a common yet serious mental health condition that affects millions of people worldwide. It is more than just feeling sad or having a bad day; it is a…

FAQ

Where is your office located? The office is located in Santa Monica, CA. My mailing address is the one listed on my website. For patient confidentiality, I only provide the…

Articles

Huffington Post Articles Click here to view archive of articles Understanding Depression Click here to view article A Guide to Treating Depression Click here to view article Bipolar Disorder: Improving…

Videos

Huffington Post: “Do you Have ADHD?” from Dr. Matthew Goldenberg on Vimeo. How a Psychiatrist Treats ADHD: Non-Medication and Medication Treatment Options from Dr. Matthew Goldenberg on Vimeo. Overcoming the Challenges of…

PTSD — It Can Happen to Anyone

When many people think of PTSD (post-traumatic stress disorder), an image of an embattled and shell-shocked soldier pops into their minds. But this image only paints a fraction of the…

Do You Have Anxiety? How a Psychiatrist Can Help with a Proper Diagnosis and Treatment

Everyone worries from time to time and some level of anxiety is normal. Anxiety can be general and non-specific or can be externally driven. For example, anxiety can take center…

Signs It’s Time to Get Help for OCD and Why a Psychiatrist Should Be Your First Call

You are late for work, again, because you had to run back to your house to make sure you turned something off. Maybe this has become a daily routine, and…

4 Tips for Supporting a Loved One Through Addiction Recovery

You have watched, feeling helpless, as your loved one struggles with a substance use disorder. It can be a tough thing to witness. Now, there is a ray of hope.…

Seasonal Affective Disorder and Other Lesser-Known Causes of Depression

You may notice that your low moods seem to have a cycle — perhaps once a month if you have a monthly menstrual cycle or maybe your moods seem to ride…

Healthy Ways to Manage Your Anxiety and Mood Through the Holidays

Under the best of circumstances, holidays can be tricky. Perhaps you’re the one playing host and you have a mountain of things to do to get ready. Or, maybe there’s…

5 Encouraging Facts and Useful Tips About ADHD in Adulthood

Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is commonly associated with children and adolescents, and that’s because the average age of diagnosis is around seven. Many of these children grow up to be adults with…

How To Evaluate Medical Insurance Options for Mental Health Coverage

Sifting through the maze of medical insurance options can feel like a monumental task, especially when factoring in coverage for mental health services. For too long, discussions around healthcare have…

When and Why to Seek a Second Opinion for Your Mental Health Diagnosis and Treatment

More than one in five Americans lives with a mental health issue. This is just an estimate, as many of those who are suffering are not properly diagnosed. Even more people with…

Where to Turn When a High Functioning Professional Needs Mental Health and/or Addiction Treatment

Every day has become a balancing act in which your professional self puts on a confident and competent front that hides the turmoil inside or at home. If you are…

Do I Have OCD?

You may double-check that the doors and windows are locked, or you might like things in a certain order — and people close to you are giving you a hard…

5 Strategies to Get a Better Night’s Sleep

More than one-third of adults in the United States are not getting enough sleep, which is defined as 7-9 hours a night. While daytime grogginess is certainly one significant effect of insomnia,…

Treatment Options for Bipolar Disorder

When dealing with the complexities of the brain, mental health issues rarely fit into tidy boxes that are easy to identify and treat. This is especially true of bipolar disorder,…

Help! I Think My Loved One Is Addicted to Opioids

If you suspect your loved one may have developed an opioid addiction, is overusing prescribed pain medications, or is abusing heroin or fentanyl, we want you to know that your…

10 Tips for Anxiety Relief and Management

Sometimes, before you even open your eyes in the morning, you feel your anxiety start to creep in and you dread spending yet another day in its grips. It might…

Lesser-Known Ways to Help Improve Depression

Each year in the United States, approximately 21 million people have at least one major depressive episode. Of this number, about nine million people are treating the issue with medications, a third of them…

I Think I Have OCD. Now What?

Obsessive-compulsive disorder, or OCD, is a complex mental health condition for many reasons, not the least of which is the fact that it’s become part of our vernacular. OCD has…

5 Psychological Effects of Addiction

There are good reasons that people refer to a substance use disorder as a disease of the mind, body, and spirit. The mental and physical tolls that addiction and alcohol…

How an Addiction Psychiatrist Supports Professionals’ Mental Health and Wellness

You may have had a DUI, a failed workplace drug test, a suspicion of impairment, a complaint or allegation made, or you might have voluntarily sought treatment and are trying…

Calling All Pilots: FAA Psychiatric Evaluations

In order to begin your journey into aviation or in order to maintain your career, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) requires that you undergo a psychiatric evaluation and possibly a…

How A Psychiatrist Can Help You Get Off Medications Safely

Maybe you started taking medications to stop a downward spiral in your mental health, or during a period where things were dramatically different in your life or several doctors have…

Coping With Depression: A Psychiatrist Can Help, You Are Not Alone

The number of people affected by depression in the United States is eye-opening — 8.4% of adults (about 21 million people) have had at least one major depressive episode. These numbers don’t…

The Different Major Types of Anxiety Disorders

Everyone is anxious from time to time, but anxiety disorders escalate this worry to levels that can make it difficult to function. If it seems like your anxiety has hijacked…

Get Psychiatric Help Right from Your Own Home

When the world was forced to shut down two years ago, health care providers rose to the challenge and adjusted the way they delivered their services. While telemedicine was certainly…

7 Ways a Psychiatrist Can Help to Find the Right Medications for You

The anatomy of the human body is well studied and fairly well understood, which makes treating physical ailments and diseases straightforward with the right imaging or lab results in hand.…

Alaska Psychiatry and Mental Health

Some of the very attributes that may draw you to life in Alaska, namely the remoteness, can also present hurdles in terms of your mental health. Whether you are struggling…

COVID-19’s Impact on Mental Health and How Telepsychiatry Can Help

It has been two very long years since COVID-19 first upended our lives, and it continues to wreak havoc across the world. The fallout of this global health crisis continues…

Sleep and Mental Health — A Two-Way Street

You’ve struggled with insomnia for years and now you’re experiencing symptoms of depression. Or, perhaps your anxiety levels are at an all-time high and getting a good night’s rest seems…

How to Survive the Holidays from a Mental Health and Addiction Perspective

It’s hard to avoid the barrage of sights and sounds that signal the coming holidays, and you may find your stress levels rising with each Christmas song you hear or…

Nonmedication Tools and Skills (Compensatory Mechanisms) for ADHD

Once thought to be a temporary childhood problem, attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is now better understood as an issue that affects both children and adults. Undiagnosed and untreated, ADHD disrupts your life…

Tele-psychiatry 101: What is it like to see a psychiatrist by video?

Covid-19 has closed many businesses, including the medical offices of most psychiatrists. The good news is that secure video platforms allow you to meet with a psychiatrist, face to face…

A Step-by-step guide to out-of-network benefits

When looking for a psychiatrist, you have the option to choose between in-network and out-of-network providers. In-network psychiatrists have negotiated a contracted rate with your health insurance company; as a…

Reasons to See an Out of Network Psychiatrist

Many patients who first call my office have never considered looking outside of their insurance network to find a psychiatrist. Many patients assume it will be easier and less expensive…

My Tips for Staying Sober in Early Recovery: Lessons Learned from St. Patrick’s Day

As an addiction psychiatrist, I work with patients in all stages of recovery. For those in early recovery, staying sober can be hard. Former drinking buddies (the people), old haunts…

High-Functioning Addicts: Who They Are, Who Is at Risk and How to Get Help

It is estimated that 10% to 14% of the U.S. population is addicted to drugs or alcohol. Many of those affected, including nearly 20% of all alcoholics, do not fit the stereotypical…

Managing the Highs and Lows of Bipolar Disorder and Relationships

Do you love a person with bipolar disorder? Do you suffer from this mental health condition yourself? If so, you likely have found that navigating relationships can be a roller coaster…

The Professional Evaluation of a Physician: A Peek Behind the Curtain

By Matthew Goldenberg, D.O., and Greg Skipper, M.D. Doctors with substance use disorders need help finding their way back to health and to the safe practice of their profession. As…

Is Career Stress Killing You? Tips for Reclaiming Your Life

Stress is not all bad. In fact, research indicates that occasional episodes of stress can actually act as a performance enhancer, boosting focus and alertness. However, if stress levels get…

Treatment for ADHD: The Present and Future Directions

As a psychiatrist and mental health expert, with a private practice in Santa Monica, CA, I treat diagnose and treatment many patients with ADHD and ADD. Some patients come to…

What to Do If You Cannot Afford Mental Healthcare

One of the first questions I am often asked by prospective patients is, “Do you take my insurance”? The quick answer is no, I do not accept any insurance in…

Suicide Among Physicians

This article was originally published in the SCPS Newsletter, April 2017.   In the March 17th, 2017 edition of Psychiatric News there is a story that hopefully caught the attention of many of…

The First Four Steps to Get Control of your Mental Illness and/or Addiction

It is often very hard for someone who is struggling with addiction or mental illness to reach out for help. Sometimes there is significant denial. In other cases, shame, guilt,…

Publication: Quality of life and recreational cannabis use

Happy (almost) New Year! I hope everyone is having a fulfilling and restful holiday season. I am very excited to share a recent research article, on which I was first…

Sleep, Mental Illness, Addiction and Suicide: Preventing Tragedy

Thoughts of being better off dead and even suicidal thoughts can happen to anyone for a number of reasons. These types of thoughts can be fleeting; however, when they become…

Tip of My Cap Award: Stanley B. Goldenberg

We often recognize individuals for being pioneers and visionaries that are far ahead of their time. Others receive recognition for acting selflessly for the betterment of others. Some people are…

How to Handle Medication Side Effects…

Hope everyone’s year is off to a healthy start! I want to dedicate this post to two questions I often get asked when I prescribe a new medication to a…

Smoking Cessation

Today is the 37th annual Great American Smokeout, which is held on the third Thursday of November by the American Cancer Society. The basis of the event is to challenge…

Psychiatric Times Heroin Article

I hope you found the previous post on Marijuana and Quality of Life useful. I have very much enjoyed the feedback and discussion it has prompted. One of the core…

Electronic Cigarettes

Thank you to everyone who provided such great feedback about the Mind Matters blog and my last entry on smoking cessation! It is truly your comments and questions that will…

American Journal of Psychiatry: Residents’ Journal Publication

I am very honored that my article on Smoking and Smoking Cessation was selected and has been published in the most recent edition of The Residents’ Journal. Each opportunity to…

E-Cigarettes Just Got Less Cool!

I want to thank one of my most loyal blog followers, my mom!, for sending me an article via LAtimes.com. I want to share my thoughts on the article. You…

E-liquids Should be Regulated by the FDA!

I came across an interesting article from nytimes.com. It discusses the dangers of overdose and potential risk of abuse of the liquid nicotine used in e-cigarettes. Some of the highlights from…

Do E-Cigarettes Help You Quit Smoking?

I have been getting a lot of questions about e-cigarettes. The two most common are: 1) Are they safe? and 2) Can they help me quit smoking? I discussed one…

New Smoking Cessation Tool!

My wife brought a really interesting new product to my attention. I want to begin by thanking her for sharing it with me… because now I can share it with…

Residents’ Journal Article: The Opioid Epidemic

I am very excited to share an article that I wrote for the American Journal of Psychiatry Residents’ Journal. They previously published my article on Smoking Cessation this past February.…

Tip of My Cap Awards: My Top Mental Health Advocates of 2014

While I recognized my Father’s efforts to help his customers quit smoking with my first Tip of My Cap award, this time I want to recognize three individuals. Many successful social…

Should You Smoke Marijuana? Part II

One of most enjoyable aspects of starting this blog has been the feedback that I have received. There was a lot of interest regarding my January post on Marijuana’s impact…

How does Marijuana Affect the Body?

Unless you have been living under a rock for the past few years, you have undoubtedly heard that there is an ongoing debate regarding Marijuana’s legal status and use as…

APA Advocacy Leadership Conference

I just got back from spending a few days advocating with the American Psychiatric Association (APA) on Capital Hill in Washington D.C. and want to share my thoughts on this…

You can join The Next #YourMH Twitter Chat!

I have been hosting the American Psychiatric Association‘s #YourMH Twitter Chat for a few weeks now. The most common question I get asked is: “What is a Twitter Chat?” In brief,…

Information About Involuntary Commitment

I recently came across a great article written by Drs. Alexander and Olsen who are psychiatrists in the Maricopa County Healthcare System. The article is due to be run in…

Is Our Treatment of Mental Health a Crime?

Happy Friday! I recently came across an article that got me thinking. We know that our jails and prisons are overcrowded, but how much of the burden on the system…

Psychiatry and Hope: Let’s Stand Together

Today is World Suicide Prevention Day. Therefore, I am especially appreciative that the American Psychiatric Association and the editorial staff at Psychiatric News shared my article on Depression and Hope.…

Do you drink too much?

months I hope to share more of the research that is being published on that evolving topic on this blog. Sticking with the topic of addiction again, I came across…

Alcohol Kills!

I just read an interesting article on the dangers of alcohol. Click here for the full article. While alcohol is not an illicit drug, it is well known to cause intoxication and…

How Improving Your Mental Wellness Goes Beyond Mental Health

Over the past few months the focus of my articles has been on providing education and resources that anyone can use to improve their mental health. My goal with these…

Psychedelic Treatment of Addiction: Coming to a Clinic near You?

With “Celebrities” like Scott Disick and Brooke Mueller making the news for allegedly entering addiction programs that utilize Hallucinogens as treatment of addiction, it came as no surprise to me that some of my…

Tip of My Cap: New Beginning

After spending the past 8 years in Arizona, I have moved back to my home town of Los Angeles, CA to begin a one year Addiction Psychiatry Fellowship through UCLA…

Do Alcohol and Drugs Make You More Creative?

*Disclaimer: This was not an actual case, any similarities to actual patients is purely coincidental, this is a conglomeration of several typical cases I have seen. Rounding in the hospital…

The Most Dangerous Drugs in the U.S.

One of the most common questions my friends and family ask me about addiction is “What is the most dangerous drug?” There are certainly many metrics for quantifying the risks…

Do Alcohol and Drugs Make You More Creative?

In Mad Men, characters often imbibed to spark their creativity.*Disclaimer: This was not an actual case, any similarities to actual patients is purely coincidental, this is a conglomeration of several…

Part Two: How a Psychiatrist Diagnoses and Treats ADHD in Adults

In my Huffington Post article, “Part 1: Do You Have Adult ADHD? A Psychiatrist Explains How You Can Tell” (link pending publication), I described the most recent updates to the…

Tip Of My Cap: Lets Go! Two Friends Become Ironmen and Raise Money and Awareness for Mental Illness

Around 100 Americans die from a drug overdose every day. [1] On April 29, 2014, at the age of 22, Dylan David Hunter was one of those souls. However, like each individual…

3 Ways for Veterans to Cope with a PTSD Diagnosis

I am very excited to share an original article written by a reader of my blog. Julia, a retired RN, reached out to me regarding her passion for helping veterans…

Substance Use Disorders and Behavioral Addictions

Articles:  General Addiction Topics: 1)What My Experience Working With Veterans can Teach us about Trauma, PTSD and Addiction 2) The Most Dangerous Drugs in the U.S. 3) Do Alcohol and Drugs Make…

Other Professionals

Despite being highly successful in all other areas of their lives many professionals suffer from depression, mood swings, anxiety or other mental health problems. In many cases, their highly stressful…

Healthcare Providers in Santa Monica, CA

Healthcare providers such as Physicians, nurses, pharmacists, therapists etc all work in extremely safety sensitive positions. Accordingly, healthcare providers need a mental health and addiction expert that is specially trained…

Treatment in Santa Monica, CA

Dr. Goldenberg provides psychiatry and addiction treatment and is experienced working with professionals in safety sensitive roles (i.e. healthcare providers and pilots) and is a HIMS trained psychiatrist for the…

Professionals

Evaluations Dr. Goldenberg provides individualized psychiatric and addiction evaluations for healthcare providers and pilots. Dr. Goldenberg is a HIMS trained psychiatrist providing psychiatric, HIMS, SSRI and ADHD evaluations for the…

Suboxone (buprenorphine/naloxone) Induction and Maintenance in Santa Monica, CA

Medication assisted treatment (MAT) is an evidence-based treatment to help patients with Opioid Use Disorders. The key to beating addiction is getting the right diagnosis and seeking appropriate treatment. Dr.…

Mental Health and Fitness for Duty Evaluations for Healthcare Providers

Healthcare providers such as Physicians, nurses, pharmacists, therapists, dentists, veterinarians etc all work in extremely safety-sensitive positions. Accordingly, healthcare providers need an evaluator who is experienced working with hospital wellbeing…

Telemedicine in Santa Monica, CA

Matthew Goldenberg, DO, is pleased to provide general and addiction psychiatry evaluation and treatment online. If you are residing in California or Alaska, Dr. Goldenberg can be your online psychiatrist…

Substance Abuse in Santa Monica, CA

Substance abuse is a common issue today, and it must be addressed before it truly ruins lives. Dr. Matthew Goldenberg, a board-certified psychiatrist in Los Angeles, CA, helps patients overcome…

PTSD in Santa Monica, CA

PTSD and acute stress disorder can both make it very difficult to feel healthy and whole. Dr. Matthew Goldenberg, a board-certified psychiatrist in Los Angeles, CA, is ready to help…

What My Experience Working With Veterans can Teach us about Trauma, PTSD

One of the most common stories I hear from the Veterans I work with as part of my Addiction Psychiatry Fellowship is that their addictions spiraled out of control after…

OCD in Santa Monica, CA

Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) is a serious problem that can really interfere with living your life. Dr. Matthew Goldenberg is a board-certified psychiatrist who helps Los Angeles, CA area patients with…

Insomnia

Insomnia can be more than just an inconvenience; it can eventually cause major issues with daily life. Dr. Matthew Goldenberg, a board-certified psychiatrist in Los Angeles, CA, has effective insomnia…

Sleep Hygiene: Suggestions for a Better Night Sleep

More than 60 million Americans struggle to get a good night sleep. [1] That translates to almost 1 in 3 American adults struggling with insomnia, according to the American Academy…

Depression in Santa Monica, CA

Depression can happen for a number of different reasons, and it can make life seem hopeless at times. Dr. Matthew Goldenberg is a board-certified psychiatrist who helps Los Angeles, CA…

Depression Part II: What is Depression?

What is depression? What causes it? Those are common questions that I get asked every day. Some people erroneously attribute depression to weakness, lack of faith or lack of will.…

Doc, I think I am bipolar!

Many patients come to my office because their mood has been “off” or they are worried they might be “bipolar.” Some of these patients are worried because their family or…

Low/No-Cost Options to Improve Your Mental Health Today!

Welcome back to the Mind Matters Blog! And Hello to new readers! One question that I received regarding my previous post “Doc, I Think I am Bipolar!” was “what treatment…

A Guide to Treating Depression via Medscape Psychiatry

I have continued to enjoy the feedback, suggestions and critical thought that my blog posts have sparked. I met up with some old friends this weekend and was pleasantly surprised…

Depression Part 1: Spreading Hope

    “You treat a disease, you win, you lose. You treat a person, I guarantee you, you’ll win, no matter what the outcome.” I whole-heartedly agree with that statement.…

Bipolar Disorder in Santa Monica, CA

Bipolar disorder may be more common than many people know. Dr. Matthew Goldenberg, a board-certified psychiatrist in Los Angeles, CA, can help patients deal with bipolar disorder in a supportive…

Anxiety in Santa Monica, CA

Anxiety may occur in a wide range of different disorders. The key to beating anxiety is getting the right diagnosis and seeking appropriate treatment. Dr. Matthew Goldenberg is a board-certified…

ADHD in Santa Monica, CA

ADHD is common in both children and adults today. Dr. Matthew Goldenberg, a board-certified psychiatrist in Los Angeles, has effective solutions for ADHD patients so they can live normally again.…

How I Treat ADHD in Adults

Articles: 1) Huffington Post: Part 1: Do You Have Adult ADHD? A Psychiatrist Explains How You Can Tell 2) Part Two: How a Psychiatrist Diagnoses and Treats ADHD in Adults 3) Medscape: Part…

Expert Witness in Santa Monica, CA

Matthew Goldenberg D.O. is double Board Certified in Psychiatry and Addiction Psychiatry and is a certified Medical Review Officer (MRO). He is an expert in the evaluation and treatment of…

Evaluations in Santa Monica, CA

Dr. Goldenberg provides individualized psychiatric and addiction evaluations for healthcare providers and pilots. Dr. Goldenberg is a HIMS trained psychiatrist providing psychiatric, HIMS, SSRI and ADHD evaluations for the FAA.…

Pilots

It should come as no surprise that pilots work in extremely safety sensitive positions. Accordingly, both commercial and private pilots need a psychiatrist that is specially trained to work with…

HIMS Psychiatric Evaluation for the FAA in Santa Monica, CA

Pilots, flight attendants, air traffic controllers and flight crew need a specially trained psychiatrist to perform their evaluation and to provide treatment that meets the rigorous standards of the FAA.…

Reasons to See an Out of Network Psychiatrist

Many patients who first call my office have never considered looking outside of their insurance network to find a psychiatrist. Many patients assume it will be easier and less expensive…

A Step-by-step guide to out-of-network benefits

When looking for a psychiatrist, you have the option to choose between in-network and out-of-network providers. In-network psychiatrists have negotiated a contracted rate with your health insurance company; as a…

Insurance

Dr. Goldenberg does NOT accept any insurance and is NOT contracted with any health insurance plans, in his private practice, including Medicare or Medi-Cal/LA Care. Unfortunately, Medicare and Medi-Cal/LA and other HMO plans (i.e. Kaiser) will…

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Meet Dr. Goldenberg

About Dr. Matthew Goldenberg: Matthew Goldenberg D.O. is double Board Certified in Psychiatry and Addiction Psychiatry and is a certified Medical Review Officer (MRO). Dr. Goldenberg is an expert psychiatrist…

Second Opinions Q & A in Santa Monica, CA

Despite a doctor’s best intentions and efforts patients do not always achieve their goals or experience the progress and resolving of symptoms that they have hoped for. In these cases,…

Follow Up- Medication Management in Santa Monica, CA

Medication management is an effective and evidence-based tool that an addiction psychiatrist can employ to assist patients to improve their mental health, quality of life and to achieve their goals.…

Initial Psychiatric and Substance Use Disorder Evaluation in Santa Monica, CA

The first step to improving your mental health, and/or gaining control of addiction, is obtaining a proper diagnosis. This should always come before starting a treatment plan. A comprehensive psychiatric…

Part Two: How a Psychiatrist Diagnoses and Treats ADHD in Adults

In my Huffington Post article, “Part 1: Do You Have Adult ADHD? A Psychiatrist Explains How You Can Tell” (link pending publication), I described the most recent updates to the…

Telepsychiatry/Telehealth in Santa Monica, CA

Matthew Goldenberg, DO, is pleased to provide general and addiction psychiatry evaluation and treatment online. If you are residing in California or Alaska, Dr. Goldenberg can be your online psychiatrist…

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About Your Psychiatrist & Addiction Treatment Specialist in Santa Monica, CA

The private practice of Dr. Matthew Goldenberg is based in Santa Monica, California. He provides top psychiatry and addiction treatment to patients from all Los Angeles, including Beverly Hills, Culver…

New Patients

During your first visit with us, you will meet our kind and compassionate staff, and go over some basic health information. A comprehensive diagnostic exam will then be conducted, with…

Your Psychiatrist & Addiction Treatment Specialist in Santa Monica, CA Services

To effectively manage the outcomes of emotional problems, mental disorders and difficult periods, it is important to find the psychiatry service that will meet your needs. Every psychiatrist is required…

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