Making Connections Between Psychiatry and Dermatology


“Psychiatric comorbidity is very common in my practice and in dermatology in general.”

“Various studies encounter a psychiatric condition in 1 out of 3 dermatology patients.” In collaboration with Dermatology Times®, Psychiatric Times® connected with George Kroumpouzos, MD, PhD, FAAD, a dermatologist who combines psychodermatology with clinical and cosmetic dermatology in his practice.

In this episode of An Appointment With, Kroumpouzos discusses the connections between psychiatric and dermatologic conditions, as well as the ways psychiatrists and dermatologists can work together to help patients with psychiatric and dermatologic comorbidities.

Dr Kroumpouzos is director of GK Dermatology, a clinical associate professor of dermatology at Brown University, and a professor of dermatology and collaborator at Jundiaí Medical School in São Paulo, Brazil. He combines clinical, cosmetic, and psychodermatology in his practice.

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