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Patricia Halligan, M.D.

Dr. Patricia Halligan is an Addiction Psychiatrist. She completed her psychiatry residency at Cornell-The New York Hospital and Fellowship in Addiction Psychiatry at the Medical University of South Carolina. She is double board certified in General and Addiction Psychiatry and holds medical licenses in both New York and South Carolina. Dr. Halligan is an advocate for those suffering during the Opioid Epidemic and an avid Buprenorphine prescriber since 2003. She is active in the fight against the overprescribing of Benzodiazepines and Z drugs and has been performing long slow Valium tapers in her private practice for decades. Dr. Halligan believes in the power of connection and trained at the Center for Group Studies in NYC to run modern analytic groups for people in recovery.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Surviving Xanax.. When the Doctor Becomes the Patient
Cardiologist Dr. Christy Huff and Physician Assistant Nicole Lamberson tell Psychiatrist Dr. Patricia Halliganhow they both survived Xanax and are ...
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Surviving Xanax.. When the Doctor Becomes the Patient

5-10 Benzo Calls Per Week: A Talk w/ Addiction Psychiatrist Patricia Halligan, MD
Nicole Lamberson, PA speaks with Dr. Patricia Halligan about her experiences helping patients tapering off benzodiazepines. Dr. Patricia Halligan is an Addiction ...
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5-10 Benzo Calls Per Week: A Talk w/ Addiction Psychiatrist Patricia Halligan, MD

The Epidemic of Overprescribing Opioids and Benzodiazepines
Recovery... The Hero's Journey with Dr. Patricia Halligan: Interview with Anna Lembke, MD, author of “Drug Dealer, MD…How Doctors Were ...
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The Epidemic of Overprescribing Opioids and Benzodiazepines