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RecoverMD is a mental health resource created by Board-Certified Psychiatrist Dr. Edward Ratush, a Morristown NJ Psychiatrist.

RecoverMD offers support for people experiencing life challenges. Its mission is to help people, through references and peer reflections, to become more aware of and at ease with their own mind, so as to make better-informed decisions for improving their mental health.

This website is a portal to Dr. Ratush’s innovative, courageous, and life-changing work with patients in New Jersey and New York. It reflects his 20 years of promoting and practicing compassionate, comprehensive psychiatry.

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Edward Ratush, MD

 

Dr. Edward Ratush is a Psychiatrist who specializes in addiction treatment. He is a Diplomat of the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology and of the American Board of Addiction Medicine.

Dr. Ratush uses an integrative and complementary approach when treating patients by incorporating independent effective treatment modalities. He offers comprehensive treatment for Depression, Anxiety, Adult Attention Deficit Disorder and Alcohol/Substance Abuse Disorders. Because Dr. Ratush believes that patients deserve more than medication, he combines psychotherapy with every medication visit.

As an adolescent, Dr. Ratush was diagnosed with Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD), so he is well aware of the challenges people face when they process information differently from the expected norm. While working from a solid base of mental health support, Dr. Ratush knows that it is possible to use multiple pathways to work with patients who have different learning and information processing styles. He has often succeeded with patients who previously had unsuccessful results with other mental health services.