Ventre Medical Associates is an outpatient psychiatric clinic that provides mental health and services to patients of all ages.
The first step is to understand, as much as possible, what your friend is going through. From the outside, depression could look like regular sadness—the kind that touches all of our lives at times and brings us down before we eventually move on.
Doctor of psychiatry PeterVentre knows that, with the school year getting under way yet again, parents everywhere are about to turn their attention to making sure that their children do well academically.
According to Dr. Peter Ventre of Ventre Medical Associates, depression is “when feelings of intense sadness — including feeling helpless, hopeless, and worthless — last for days to weeks and keep you from functioning normally, your depression may be something more than sadness.“
According to doctor of psychiatry Peter Ventre, the word “addiction” is sometimes misunderstood. Common speech regularly uses the word to denote an intense love of a particular thing or action. People claim to be addicted to things like their phone, their favorite food, a popular band, another person, or anything else that they really enjoy. Real, […]
Dr. Ventre on CNN Latino with Dr. Azaret discussing Bipolar Disorder
“Feeling sad or gloomy now and then is a perfectly normal part of human nature,” say the psychiatrists at Ventre Medical Associates, an outpatient psychiatry clinic in Fort Lauderdale, FL. “However, if you’re feeling rundown and hopeless day in and day out, no longer enjoying things that once gave you pleasure, this isn’t normal. This is […]
Doctor of psychiatry Peter Ventre examines the play preferences of children with autism spectrum disorder and how these preferences can be used to help autistic children and their parents cope with the condition. FORT LAUDERDALE, FL, September 18, 2013 /24-7PressRelease/ — As a psychiatric professional with his own clinic, Dr. Peter Ventre treats patients of all ages with a […]
A global clinical trial involving South Florida children is studying a drug that — if proven safe and effective — would deliver a dose of hope to the autism community. ConnectMe, an international initiative with more than 85 study centers in the United States and 185 worldwide, is investigating the effects of memantine on children […]