Do you know those individuals who know exactly what they want to do from the time they are young? I was not one of those people. It took me a while, I traveled through a variety of careers, and I grew and learned from each, but when I discovered counseling, I knew this was it. This was something I could relate to, and use my own experiences and training to help others.
Approach to Treatment
I approach treatment as a holistic endeavor. Wellness requires that the mind, body and soul are equally cared for. This is why I encourage incorporating healthy habits into one's lifestyle. I also, help you to understand how your thoughts and perceptions affect your mental state. This is more formally known as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and I also use Mindfulness techniques that will help you to manage your emotions. With these tools and hard work, you can have a rich and fulfilling life again.
On a Personal Note
I consider myself to be multi-cultural. I was born in Guyana, South America, and I am lucky to have a rich indian (India), Caribbean and American culture. I came to the United States when I was 4 years old and was raised in New Jersey. I moved to Texas in my mid-twenties, where I joined the Air Force and pursued my higher education. During my off time, I enjoy traveling, spending time with my family, pets and friends.
Dr. Chris Sadeh
A 15 year veteran of Dallas emergency departments, Dr. Chris Sadeh provides a wealth of clinical experience providing care for your condition. Patients receive education on their treatments, on-call communication, and follow-up throughout their course of illness. Seeing you through back to health, in the comfort of your home.
B.A. Johns Hopkins University
M.D. Emory University
Board Certified American Board of Family Medicine
Texas Medical License L9881